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          The development of Amblyomma lepidum tick under field condition in El Damazin District, The Blue Nile State, Sudan, occurred only in the wet season. The oviposition and hatchability were markedly affected by seasonality, where ambient temperature and relative humidity seemed to be the critical factors governing the development process. Climatic changes manifested by slight increase in ambient temperature and decreased relative humidity that occurred during the second year of the study and was reflected in soil surface conditions, had virtually resulted in increased pre-oviposition and oviposition periods, decreased total egg mass weight, number of eggs and eclosion period. The hatchability, on the other hand, was not affected.

 

 
 
   
 
 

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