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Host-Relationships and Seasonal Abundance of Immature Ticks (Haemaphysalis spp. and Dermacentor spp.) in Primary and Mixed-Secondary Rainforests in West Malaysia

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  • Volume
    3
  • Issue/Number/Part
    4
  • December 1972
  • Pages
    605-612
  • Publisher
    SEAMEO Regional Tropical Medicine and Public Health Network (SEAMEO TROPMED Network)
  • Country
    Thailand
  • Language
    English
  • ISSN
    01251562
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Lim, B.L. (1972). Host-Relationships and Seasonal Abundance of Immature Ticks (Haemaphysalis spp. and Dermacentor spp.) in Primary and Mixed-Secondary Rainforests in West Malaysia. The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine & Public Health 3 (4): pp. 605-612
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