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Summary
           The recovery rates of the tick Amblyomma lepidum were found to increase significantly (P < 0.05) from larvae to nymphs to adults, where they ranged between 30.7% to 51.3 %, 60% to 79 % and 90% to 100% for larvae, nymphs and adult females, respectively. No significant difference (P>0.05) was detected within individual animals for all stages. The effect of season was only noticed in case of nymphs during the cool-dry season when fewer nymphs were recovered compared to the other two seasons.  The feeding period of the adult stage was slightly longer than those of larvae and nymphs. Detachment of all stages was accomplished within two days except on two occasions when female ticks took up to three days.

 

 
 
   
 
 

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