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Table 1 Host species, higher-level taxon and the number of mite samples in each area

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

Prefecture Host species Host taxon Sample size Sampling year Population name
Tokyo Domestic dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 1 2012 TCf
Raccoon dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 1 2012 TN
Kanagawa Raccoon dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 8 2012–2014 KN
Saitama Japanese serow Cetartiodactyla (Ruminantia) 1 1996 StCc
Gifu Domestic dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 9 2014–2015 GCf
Raccoon dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 23 2007–2015 GN
Wakayama Domestic dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 1 2010 WCf
Japanese marten Carnivora (Caniformia) 1 2010 WM
Raccoon dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 26 2009–2014 WN
Raccoon Carnivora (Caniformia) 1 2010 WP
Japanese serow Cetartiodactyla (Ruminantia) 1 2010 WCc
Wild boar Cetartiodactyla (Suina) 1 2011 WS
Hyogo Wild boar Cetartiodactyla (Suina) 5 2011 HS
Shimane Wild boar Cetartiodactyla (Suina) 6 2011 SmS
Yamaguchi Wild boar Cetartiodactyla (Suina) 1 2011 YS
Oita Japanese serow Cetartiodactyla (Ruminantia) 5 1996, 2016a OCc
Saga Raccoon dog Carnivora (Caniformia) 2 2009 SgN
  1. aOnly the OCc 5 was collected in 2016