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Table 1 Geographical origin, host species, sample size, and sampling year of the Sarcoptes included in this study

From: Sarcoptic mange in wild ruminants in Spain: solving the epidemiological enigma using microsatellite markers

Geographical origin Host species Sampled animals Sarcoptes isolateda Sampling year Index case
Sierra de Grazalema (Andalucía) C. pyrenaica 4 11 2017 2011
Sierra de las Nieves (Andalucía) C. pyrenaica 6 13 2017 1989
Sierra Nevada (Andalucía) C. pyrenaica 47 100 2017 1992
Tortosa-Beceite (Cataluña) C. pyrenaica 10 11 2018 2014
Sierra de Cazorla (Andalucía) C. pyrenaica 9 18 2017 1987
O. aries musimon 1 5
C. elaphus 2 10
Sierra de los Filabres (Andalucía) C. pyrenaica 3 4 2018 2012
Sierras del Noroeste (Murcia) C. pyrenaica 4 8 2019 1990
Sierra Espuña (Murcia) A. lervia 1 2 2019 1991
Cordillera Cantábrica (Asturias) R. pyrenaica 16 40 2010 1993
C. capreolus 2 4
C. elaphus 9 19
Sierra Morena (Andalucía) C. elaphus 2 4 2011 NA
Sierra de Demanda (La Rioja) C. elaphus 5 17 2011 2010
  1. Index case refers to the year of the first mange report in the wild host population of that area
  2. NA not available
  3. aMites that fulfilled the required criteria for the population genetic analysis after molecular analysis
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