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hematophagous

[¦hē·mə¦täf·ə·gəs]
(zoology)
Feeding on blood.
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The results obtained showed that the ectoparasites of Sahelian Pigeon Algerois are represented by two groups of ectoparasites, lice and mites: the first group is represented by the family of lice mallophages (lice of the birds) with four species identified In the host model: Columbicola columbae; Physconelloideseurysema; Campanulotesbidentatus; Hohorstiellalata.and the second group is represented by the mites: Ornithyssusbursa, Cnemidocopteslaeviscolomba are haematophagous mites; And Falculifer sp which are mites specific to feathers.
Implication of haematophagous arthropod salivary proteins in host-vector interactions.
Corethrella appendiculata is facultatively haematophagous and thus females do not require a blood meal to lay their first batch of eggs.
Effect of parasitism by haematophagous mite on reproduction in the barn swallow.
While they carried out their mission, Chagas made a number of observations on a haematophagous (blood-feeding) insect common to the area and popularly known as barbeiro (barber).
ABSTRACT: The deer ked (Lipoptena cervi) is a haematophagous ectoparasite of moose (Alces alces) and other cervids that commonly bites humans in Finland.
Trypanosomosis is a vector-borne inoculable infection, spread by haematophagous vectors including Glossina spp.
Effects of haematophagous ectoparasites on nestling house wrens: who pays the cost of parasitism?
-- The American swallow bug (Oeciacus vicarius) is a haematophagous ectoparasite that specializes on the cliff swallow (Hirundo pyrrhonota) as its host.
Effects of an haematophagous mite on the barn swallows (Hirundo rustica): A test of the Hamilton and Zuk hypothesis.
When people drink/eat uncooked infected abovementioned materials, infective metacercariae excyst in the duodenum, larvae emerge and penetrate the wall of the small intestine and the liver capsule; then they pass through the liver tissue into the biliary tract, where they grow into hermaphroditic and haematophagous adult worms.