Haemaphysalis

A genus of small, eyeless, inornate ticks. As larvae and nymphs, they are found chiefly on small mammals and birds; as adults, they are found on larger mammals and some birds. They are important as vectors of protozoa and viruses, (e.g., Kyasanur Forest disease virus). ... Origin: G. Haima, blood, + physaleos, full of wind ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Haemaphysalis

(he″mә-fisĀ“ә-lis) a genus of hard ticks, species of which are important vectors of diseases such as Q fever and tularemia.
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Haemaphysalis

Type: Term Pronunciation: hē′mă-fī′să-lis Definitions: 1. A genus of small, eyeless, inornate ticks. As larvae and nymphs, they are found chiefly on small mammals and birds; as adults, they are found on larger mammals and some birds. They are important as vectors of protozoa and viruses, (e.g., Kyasanur Forest diseas...
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Haemaphysalis

Haemaphysalis is a genus of ticks, containing the following species: ...
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