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Table 1 Tick specimens examined in this study, origin and sequences obtained

From: Automatic barcode gap discovery reveals diverse clades of Rhipicephalus spp. and Haemaphysalis spp. ticks from small mammals in 'Asir, Saudi Arabia

Tick sample ID Tick genus Host species Location Year Habitat type Loci sequenceda
cox1 16S 12S
R11_1 Rhipicephalus M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y Y N
R11_2 Y N N
R11_3 Y N N
R12 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural N Y N
R13 A. dimidiatus Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y N Y
R15 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y Y Y
R22 M. yemeni Alogl 2017 Montane Y N N
R25 A. dimidiatus Wosanib 2017 Montane Y Y Y
R29b M. rex Wosanib 2017 Agricultural N Y Y
R3 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y N N
R30 M. rex Wosanib 2017 Agricultural Y N N
R39 A. dimidiatus Wosanib 2017 Montane N Y N
R4 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural N Y N
R46_3 A. dimidiatus Wosanib 2017 Montane N Y N
R5_1 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y Y Y
R5_2   Y N N
R5_3   Y N N
R5_4   Y N N
R7_1 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y Y Y
R7_2   Y N N
R7_3   Y Y Y
R7_4   Y N N
R8 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y Y N
R9_1 M. rex Alogl 2017 Agricultural Y Y Y
R9_2   N Y N
R9_28   Y Y Y
R9_3   Y Y N
R9_4   Y Y Y
R9_5   N Y Y
R9_6   Y Y Y
R9_7   Y Y Y
R9_8   Y N Y
H1_1   P. aethiopicus Wosanib 2020 Montane N Y Yc
H1_2       Y Y Yc
R3a_1 Haemaphysalis A. dimidiatus Al Ous' 2016 Montane NA Y NA
R3a_2   NA Y NA
R3a_3   NA Y NA
R3a_7   NA Y NA
R6a Haemaphysalis A. dimidiatus Al Ous' 2016 Montane NA Y NA
R20a Haemaphysalis A. dimidiatus Al Ous' 2016 Montane NA Y NA
R44_1 Haemaphysalis M. musculus Alogl 2017 Montane NA Y NA
R44_2   NA Y NA
  1. aY, sequence obtained; N, sequence not obtained; NA, sequence amplification not attempted
  2. bAll sequences were obtained from individual nymphs except for R29, which was a pool of six larvae
  3. cSequences obtained were too short (~ 200 bases) to include in phylogenetic analyses