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Volume 17, Number 5—May 2011

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Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Ticks, Germany

Cornelia SilaghiComments to Author , Dietmar Hamel, Claudia Thiel, Kurt Pfister, and Martin Pfeffer
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany (C. Silaghi, D. Hamel, C. Thiel, K. Pfister); Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany (M. Pfeffer)

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Tick sampling sites in Germany during 2008 and 2009 (green shading): Saarland, sites A–C, along the border with France (sampled March–September 2008). Bavaria, site D (sampled April and September 2009). Saxony, sites E–G, in Lake Cospuden renatured brown coal surface-mining area (blue shading); site H, renatured waste disposal site (sampled April and September/October 2009); and site I, game park (sampled in April 2009). Federal states of Saarland, Bavaria, and Saxony are shaded in gray.

Figure. Tick sampling sites in Germany during 2008 and 2009 (green shading): Saarland, sites A–C, along the border with France (sampled March–September 2008). Bavaria, site D (sampled April and September 2009). Saxony, sites E–G, in Lake Cospuden renatured brown coal surface-mining area (blue shading); site H, renatured waste disposal site (sampled April and September/October 2009); and site I, game park (sampled in April 2009). Federal states of Saarland, Bavaria, and Saxony are shaded in gray.

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