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Table 1 Number of ticks collected from five municipalities in the south of Coahuila, northern Mexico, according to community of origin and developmental stage. Infestation rates and mean intensity are also reported

From: Detection of Rickettsia spp. in Rhipicephalus sanguineus (sensu lato) collected from free-roaming dogs in Coahuila state, northern Mexico

Community Engorged females Engorged nymphs Tick infestation rate (%) Mean intensity
Congregacion Hidalgo 17 3 50 4.0
Granada 37 14 70 7.3
Vicente Guerrero 21 12 50 6.6
Solis 29 6 80 4.4
Manantial 28 10 60 6.3
El Cambio 37 2 100 3.9
La Ventana 67 6 70 10.4
San Juan de Villanueva 21 8 50 5.8
San Isidro 12 4 80 2.0
Villa de Bilbao 38 3 70 5.9
Gabino Vazquez 35 2 100 3.7
Zapata 53 2 100 5.5
El Retiro 22 2 80 3.0
Luchana 85 2 90 9.8
Concordia 20 1 80 2.6
San Miguel 19 2 100 2.1
Mayrán 20 4 100 2.4
San Nicolas 30 1 80 3.9
Lequeitio 92 15 100 10.7
Jaboncillo 27 4 80 3.9
Santo Niño 29 1 80 3.8
Hidalgo 33 16 100 4.9
El Cántabro 44 5 100 4.9
El Venado 72 10 100 8.2
La Flor de Jimulco 49 5 100 5.4
Ana 24 6 100 3.0
La Partida 23 15 100 3.8
Rancho Alegre 10 2 60 2.0
Juan Eugenio 25 6 100 3.1
La Trinidad 44 6 100 5.0
Total 1063 175 84.3 4.9