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XII.0 Referenzen und zitierte Literaturstellen

Auf dieser in den Fachbereich der Speziellen Zecken­kunde ein­führenden Internet-​Seite wird ein an den täglichen Bedürf­nissen ausgerichtetes Verzeichnis der wissen­schaftlichen und populär­wissen­schaftlichen Publikationen zum Thema Zecken in ⇒ Zentral­europa dargelegt und und damit die historio­grafischen Fundamente des „Wis­sens­wertesten” der vorherigen Kapitel allgemein­ver­ständlich veran­schaulicht werden.


XII.1 Referenz

Zum Thema „Spinnentiere, Zecken und die von ihnen übertragenen Krankheiten” gibt es eine große Anzahl an Internet-Seiten und populär­wissenschaftlichen Abhandlungen. Die Adressen dieser Internetseiten und die Aktualität der Inhalte populär­wissenschaftlicher Aufsätze ändern sich jedoch derartig rasch, dass ich wegen des enormen Zeitaufwandes im Falle einer laufenden Aktualisierung auf die Auflistung der Sprüche gleich ganz verzichte. Hier wird nur auf eine Kurzfassung meiner Dissertation, in der ich mich mit einem facheinschlägigen Thema befasste, verwiesen:

  1. Hassl A [1981]: Untersuchungen über die Möglichkeit der Einschleppung von durch Zecken übertragenen Arboviren durch Vögel nach Mitteleuropa. Dissertation zur Erlangung des Dr. phil. an der Universität Wien.

XII.2 Das Literaturstellenverzeichnis der eigenen Zecken-Internetseite

Unten stehend eine Liste der von mir bei der Zusammenstellung des Themas genutzten Literatur. Es handelt sich durchwegs um wissenschaftliche Publikationen, deren Inhalt - redlich zitiert - für jedermann frei verfügbar und persönlich nutzbar ist. Die Garantie für die lang fortbestehende Freiheit von offensichtlichen Fehlern und vorhersehbaren Irrmeinungen in der Veröffentlichung übernimmt in diesem, dem althergebrachten (natur-)wissenschaftlichen Zitiersystem, der Autor/die Autoren der Publikation.

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  3. Apanaskevich DA [2021]: New larval host records and locality data for Nuttalliella namaqua Bedford, 1931 (Acari: Nuttalliellidae). Systematic and Applied Acarology 26(1), 317-319.
  4. Apanaskevich DA et Horak IG [2005]: The genus Hyalomma Koch, 1844. II. Taxonomic status of H. (Euhyalomma) anatolicum Koch, 1844 and H. (E.) excavatum Koch, 1844 (Acari, Ixodidae) with redescriptions of all stages. Acarina 13(2): 181-197.
  5. Apanaskevich DA et Goodman SM [2020]: Description of a new species of Haemaphysalis Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae) from the H. (Rhipistoma) asiatica subgroup, parasite of an endemic Malagasy carnivoran (Carnivora: Eupleridae). Systematic Parasitology 97(6): 591-9.
  6. Apanaskevich DA, Santos-Silva MM, Horak IG [2008]: The genus Hyalomma Koch, 1844. IV. Redescription of all parasitic stages of H. (Euhyalomma) lusitanicum Koch, 1844 and the adults of H. (E.) franchinii Tonelli Rondelli, 1932 (Acari: Ixodidae) with a first description of its immature stages. Folia Parasitologica 55: 61-74.
  7. Apanaskevich DA et Horak IG [2008a]: The genus Hyalomma Koch, 1844: V. Re-evaluation of the taxonomic rank of taxa comprising the H. (Euhyalomma) marginatum Koch complex of species (Acari: Ixodidae) with redescription of all parasitic stages and notes on biology. Internat J Acarol 34(1): 13-42.
  8. Apanaskevich DA et Horak IG [2008b]: The genus Hyalomma. VI. Systematics of H. (Euhyalomma) truncatum and the closely related species, H. (E.) albiparmatum and H. (E.) nitidum (Acari: Ixodidae). Exp Appl Acarol 44: 115-36.
  9. Apanaskevich DA et Tomlinson JA [2019]: Description of four new species of Haemaphysalis Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae) from the H. (Rhipistoma) spinulosa subgroup, parasites of carnivores and rodents in Africa. Syst Parasitol 96: 625-57.
  10. Apanaskevich DA, Schuster AL, Horak IG [2008c]:The Genus Hyalomma: VII. Redescription of all Parasitic Stages of H. (Euhyalomma) dromedarii and H. (E.) schulzei (Acari: Ixodidae). J. Med. Entomol. 45(5): 817-31.
  11. Apanaskevich DA, Filippova NA, Horak IG [2010]: The genus Hyalomma Koch, 1844. X. Redescription of all parasitic stages of H. (Euhyalomma) scupense Schulze, 1919 (= H. detritum Schulze) (Acari: Ixodidae) and notes on its biology. Folia Parasitologica 57(1): 69-78.
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