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Fig. 3 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 3

From: Possible transmission of Sarcoptes scabiei between herbivorous Japanese serows and omnivorous Caniformia in Japan: a cryptic transmission and persistence?

Fig. 3

NeighborNet network constructed by DSA between each pair of 93 mites. Main clusters (A, B, C, D and E) are separated by different colors. The genetic differentiation between clusters B and C is not clear, and WM, WCc, GN5, GN7 were experientially assorted into Cluster C. Japanese serow-derived mites (StCc, WCc, OCc1-5) are shown with the yellow background. Abbreviations for populations are provided in Table 1

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