Santiago Nava, Yasmin Elshenawy, Marina E. Eremeeva, John W. Sumner, Mariano Mastropaolo, and Christopher D. Paddock
Author affiliations: Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Santa Fe, Argentina (S. Nava, M. Mastropaolo); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (Y. Elshenawy, M.E. Eremeeva, J.W. Sumner, C.D. Paddock)
Figure 1. Adult female (A) and male (B) Amblyomma triste ticks and tick collection sites in the lower Paraná River Delta of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, showing freshwater marsh habitats in the Reserva Natural Otamendi (C) and Estación Experimental Instituto, Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Delta del Paraná (D).
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