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Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Bird ticks in Hungary reflect western, southern, eastern flyway connections and two genetic lineages of Ixodes frontalis and Haemaphysalis concinna

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Morphology of tick species identified in the relevant stage for the first time in Hungary. a: I. frontalis nymph showing parallel sides of palps and “frons” (arrows); b: Hy. rufipes nymph with broadly rounded posterior margin of the scutum (arrow) and elongated spiracular plate (insert); c: I. festai female, dorsal view – the scutum with deep punctuations and few long hairs, distinct cornuae on the basis capituli (arrows); d: I. festai female, ventral view – broad auriculae curved backwards, long internal spur on coxa I (arrows)

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