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  1. Alderweireldt, M. A taxonomic revision of the genus Ocyale Audouin, 1826 in Africa (Araneae: Lycosidae): Journal of Natural History 30(9), September 1996: 1349-1365, Illustr.
  2. Attems, Karl. 1937. Myriapodes. Publ. Inst. Parcs Nat. Congo Belge, Fasc. 2. Tervuren: Koninlijk Museum van Belgisch Congo.
  3. . 1952. Neue Myriopoden des Belgischen Congo. Annalen Van Het Koninlijk Museum Van Belgisch Congo, Tervuren. Zooligische Wetenschapen, Deel 18, Fasc. 18. Tervuren: Koninlijk Museum van Belgisch Congo.
  4. Atyeo, W. T. A new genus of feather mites and a new expression of male polymorphism (Analgoidea: Avenzoariidae): Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 57(3) 1984: 437-455, Illustr.
  5. Beier, M. Neue afrikanische Pseudoskorpione aus dem Musee Royal de l'Afrique Centrale in Tervuren: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 93(1) 1979: 101-113, Illustr.
  6. Beier, Max. 1959. Pseudoscorpione aus dem Belgischen Congo gesammelt von Herrn N. Leleup. Annales Du Musée Royal Du Congo Belge, d. 72. Tervuren: Musèe Royal du Congo Belge.
  7. Benoit, P. L G. Etudes sur les Ctenidae africains 10. Gen. Ctenus Walck - groupe nigromaculatus (Araneae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 94(1) 1980: 109-118, Illustr.
  8. . Etudes sur les Ctenidae africains (Araneae) 11. Etude des males isoles: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 95(1) 1981: 29-44, Illustr.
  9. . Etudes sur les Ctenidae africains (Araneae) 8. Gen. Ctenus Walck. - groupe abditus: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 93(2) 1979: 425-444, Illustr.
  10. Bequaert, Joseph C. 1930. Ticks collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition 1909-1915, with notes on the parasites and predacious enemies of these arthropods .Herbert Lang, James Paul Chapin, and American Museum Congo Expedition. American Museum Novitates, no. 426. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  11. Berland, L. 1955. Les arachnides de l'Afrique noire francaise. Init. Afr. no. no. 12.
  12. Bjorn, Per de Place. A taxonomic revision of the African part of the orb-weaving genus Argiope (Araneae: Araneidae): Entomologica Scandinavica 28(2), 1997: 199-239, Illustr.
  13. Blandin, P. Etudes sur les Pisauridae africaines. 9. Mise au point sur les genres Cispius Simon, 1898 et Charminus Thorell, 1899 (Araneae-Pisauridae-Pisaurinae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 92(1) 1978: 37-76, Illustr.
  14. Bonato, O., J. Baumgartner, and J. Gutierrez. Sampling plans for Mononychellus progresivus and Oligonychus gossypii (Acari: Tetranychidae) on cassava in Africa: Journal of Economic Entomology 88(5), October 1995: 1296-1300, Illustr.
  15. Bonato, O, S Mapangou Divassa, and J Gutierrez. 1995. Influence of relative humidity on life-history parameters of Mononychellus progresivus and Oligonychus gossypii (Acari: Tetranychidae). Environmental Entomology.
    Abstract: Life-history parameters of Mononychellus progresivus Doreste and Oligonychus gossypii (Zacher), 2 major mite pests of cassava in Africa, were determined in the laboratory at 3 constant relative humidities (30, 60, and 90% RH) obtained with saturated salt solutions. Experiments were carried out in airtight boxes placed in an air-conditioned room at 26 +- 1 degree C and a photoperiod of 12:12 (L:D) h (illuminance 3,500 lux). Low (30% RH) and high (90% RH) air humidity had a negative effect on the life-history traits of both species compared with medium air humidity (60% RH). For both species, the strongest effect was obtained at 90% RH; e.g., no M. progresivus eggs hatched, and 96% of the immature stages of O. gossypii died. Relative humidity is, thus, an important abiotic factor influencing the population dynamics of both species and may explain part of the decrease in populations observed in the middle to the end of the dry season and the virtual absence of mites during the wet season
  16. Bosmans, R. Studies on African Hahniidae (Araneae) 4. Redescription of Hahnia schubotzi Strand and remarks on its synonymy, with description of three new species: Entomologica Scandinavica 17(3) 1986: 339-349, Illustr.
  17. Camicas, J., Y. Robin, G. le Gonidec, J. Salyzzo, A. Jouan, J. P. Cornet, G. Chauvancy, and K. Ba. Etude ecologique et nosologique des arbovirus transmis par les tiques au Senegal. 3. Les vecteurs potentiels du virus de la fievre hemorragique de Crimmee-Congo (virus CCHF) au Senegal et en Mauritaine: Cahiers O.r.s.t.o.m. (Office De La Recherche Scientifique Et Technique Outre-Mer) Serie Entomologie Medicale Et Parasitologie 24(4) 1986[1987]: 255-264, Illustr.
  18. Chamberlin, Ralph V. Ralph Vary. 1927. The Chilopoda and Diplopoda collected by the American Museum of Natural History Congo Expedition (1909-1915), with notes on some other African species .Herbert Lang, James Paul Chapin, and American Museum Congo Expedition. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 57, article 4. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
  19. Cornet, J. P., Y. S. Ba, K. Ba, G. Chauvancy, and H. G. Zeller. 1997. Contribution to the Study of the Tick Vectors (Acarina : Ixodina) of the Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever Virus (Cchf) in Senegal .3. Rhipicephalus Guilhoni Morel Et Vassilliades, Variations in Size as a Function of Parasitic Load. Epidemiological Consequences. Acarologia 38, no. 1: 39-41.
    Abstract: The ixodid fauna of rodent burrows in the Bandia area was studied. From May 1987 to April 1988, 1794 ticks were collected, mostly immature and mature A. sonrai (98,2%). This tick species is present all year round, without significant seasonal variations. The development cycle of 110 days was determined in the laboratory. Three CCHF virus isolates were obtained from this tick species. However, CCHF transmission experiments strongly suggest that A. sonrai is not a vector of CCHF virus.
    The higher the number of ticks located on one host, the smaller will be the size of the adults collected. The number of eggs laid will be reduced, with a consequential affect on the spreading of the virus. On a rabbit, 5 larvae were placed at one site and 15 at another: the average length of the adults collected was respectively, 3.03 mm and 2.97 mm. On another rabbit the length of the adults obtained from 5 larvae at one site was 2.80 mm, and 2.47 mm for 200 larvae from the other.
  20. Cornet, J. P., H. G. Zeller, K. Ba, J. Camicas, J. Gonzalez, and M. Wilson. Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) vectrices du virus de la fievre hemorragique Crimee-Congo (CCHF) au Senegal. 1. Analyse du parasitisme chez les petits rongeurs: Acarologia (Paris) 36(4), Decembre 1995: 287-292, Illustr.
  21. Cornet, J. P., H. G. Zeller, and J. Camicas. Contribution a l'etude des tiques (Acarina: Ixodina) vectrices du virus de la fievre hemorragique Crimee-Congo (CCHF) au Senegal. 2. Biologie, aux stases preimaginales, de Hyalomma marginatum rufipes: Acarologia (Paris) 36(4), Decembre 1995: 293-295, Illustr.
  22. de Bernardi, M., G. Mellerio, G. Vidari, and P. Vita Finzi. Quinones in the defensive secretions of African millipedes: Naturwissenschaften 69(12) 1982: 601-602, Illustr.
  23. Demange, J. M. Contribution a la connaissance de la faune myriapodologique du Zaire (Myriapoda: Diplopoda): Pubblicazioni Dell'istituto Di Entomologia Agraria Dell'universita Di Pavia No. 15 1981: 1-19, Illustr.
  24. Dickson, D., and M. Turell. Replication and tissue tropisms of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in experimentally infected adult Hyalomma truncatum (Acari: Ixodidae): Journal of Medical Entomology 29(5) 1992: 767-773, Illustr.
  25. Dohm, D., T. Logan, K. Linthicum, C. Rossi, and M. Turell. Transmission of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus by Hyalomma impeltatum (Acari: Ixodidae) after experimental infection: Journal of Medical Entomology 33(5), September 1996: 848-851, Illustr.
  26. Durden, L., T. Logan, M. Wilson, and K. Linthicum. Experimental vector incompetence of a soft tick, Ornithodorus sonrai (Acari: Argasidae), for Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus: Journal of Medical Entomology 30(2), March 1993: 493-496, Illustr.
  27. Elbl, Alena, and George Anastos. 1966-. Ixodid ticks (Acarina, Ixodidae) of Central Africa. Koninklijk Museum Voor Midden-Afrika. Annalen. Reeks in -8o. Zoologische Wetenschappen: Annalen, nr. 145-. Tervuren: Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale.
  28. Elsen, P. Etude d'une collection de Celaenopsoidea africains (Acari, Mesostigmata) 2. - Nouvelles descriptions de genres et d'especes appartenant a la famille des Diplogyniidae Tragardh, 1941: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 95(3) 1981: 570-607, Illustr.
  29. Fain, A. Description of a new genus and three new species of Tetrathrombiinae (Acari: Johnstonianidae) from their larval stages: Bulletin De L'institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie 67, 1997: 57-64, Illustr.
  30. Fain, A. Deux nouveaux genres et especes d'acariens vivant dans les poussieres de maison du Zaire (Acari, Astigmata, Glycyphagidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 92(2) 1978: 451-456, Illustr.
  31. Fain, A. 1967. Les hypopes des Glycyphagidae nidicoles en Afrique au sud du Sahara (Acarina:Sarcoptiformes). Annalen. Reeks in-8o, Zoologische Wetenschappen: Annales. Série in-8o, Sciences Zoologiques: Annalen, nr. 156. Tervuren, Belgique: Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale.
  32. Fain, A. Notes on hypopi of the family Acaridae from Central Africa: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 92(3) 1978: 738-744, Illustr.
  33. Fain, A. Notes on Listrophoridae (Acari, Astigmata). II. Descriptions of some insufficiently known and two new species: Notes sur les Listrophoridae (Acari : Astigmata). II. Description d'especes insuffisamment connues et de deux especes nouvelles. 415-26.
    Abstract: 11 species of Listrophoridae, all described except Afrolistrophorus congoicola
  34. Fain, A. Notes on mites associated with Myriapoda 1. Three new astigmatic mites from Afrotropical Myriapoda (Acari, Astigmata): Bulletin De L'institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie 57 1987: 161-172, Illustr.
  35. . Notes on mites associated with Myriapoda 2. Four new species of the genus Julolaelaps Berlese, 1916 (Acari, Laelapidae): Bulletin De L'institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie 57 1987: 203-208, Illustr.
  36. . Notes on mites associated with Myriapoda. 3. Two new species of the genus Heterozercon Berlese, 1888 (Acari, Mesostigmata) from Afrotropical myriapods: Bulletin Et Annales De La Societe Royale Belge D'entomologie 124(7-9) 1988: 237-242, Illustr.
  37. . Notes on mites associated with Myriapoda 4. New taxa in the Heterozerconidae (Acari, Mesostigmata): Bulletin De L'institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie 59 1989: 145-156, Illustr.
  38. . Notes on mites associated with Myriapoda. 6. The genus Jacobsonia Berlese, 1910 (Acari: Laelapidae): Journal of African Zoology 108(6), 23 December 1994: 585-595, Illustr.
  39. . Notes on some new parasitic mites (Acari, Mesostigmata) from Afrotropical region: Bulletin De L'institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie 61 1991: 183-191, Illustr.
  40. . Notes sur des acariens des genres Soricilichus Fain et Lutrilichus Fain (Acari Chirodiscidae): Bulletin Et Annales De La Societe Royale Belge D'entomologie 117(1-3) 1981: 41-44, Illustr.
  41. . Notes sur les Coreitarsoneminae (Acari, Prostigmata, Tarsonemidae) parasites de la glande odoriferante d'hemipteres Coreidae en Afrique Centrale: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 92(4) 1978: 959-970, Illustr.
  42. . Notes sur les labidocarpines (Acari, Chirodiscidae) parasites des chiropteres: Bulletin De L'institut Royal Des Sciences Naturelles De Belgique Entomologie 54(4) 1982: 1-37, Illustr.
  43. . Nouveaux taxa dans la famille Heterocoptidae Fain, 1967 (Acari, Astigmata): Bulletin Et Annales De La Societe Royale Belge D'entomologie 123(7-9) 1987: 243-253, Illustr.
  44. . Nouvelles localites pour des acariens de la famille Pyroglyphidae (Acari): Bulletin Et Annales De La Societe Royale Belge D'entomologie 124(10-12) 1988[1989]: 267-268.
  45. . Observations sur les genres Suidasia Oudemans, 1905, Tyrophagus Oudemans, 1924 et Madaglyphus Fain, 1971 (Acari, Acaridae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 99(2) 1985: 159-164, Illustr.
  46. . Samsinakia gonocephalum n. sp., a new cheyletid mite from an Afrotropical beetle Gonocephalum simplex Fab. (Acari, Cheyletidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 98(3) 1984: 684-688, Illustr.
  47. . Syringanoetus vandenberghi n. g., n. s. (Acari, Astigmata): Lannoo, G. [Ed.] Liber Amicorum Walter Van Den Bergh. Publisher Not Known, Tielt, Belgium 1980: 1-242. Chapter Pagination: 116-117, Illustr.
  48. Fain, A., and P. Elsen. Observations sur les larves du genre Leptus Latreille 1795 (Acari, Erythraeidae) d'Afrique centrale: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 101(1) 1987: 103-123, Illustr.
  49. Fain, A., and J. Gaud. Sur un nouveau groupe d'acariens, dans la famille Pyroglyphidae (astigmates), infeode aux pics afrotropicaux des familles Capitonidae et Picidae: Acarologia (Paris) 25(1) 1984: 47-53, Illustr.
  50. Fain, A., and B. Hart J. Acariens parasites ou nidicoles de rongeurs et d'insectivores de la region du Kivu, au Zaire. 2. Genre Androlaelaps Berlese, 1903 (Mesostigmata, Laelapidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 102(4) 1988: 439-453, Illustr.
  51. Fain, A., B. Hart J, and U. Rahm. Acariens parasites ou nidicoles de rongeurs et d'insectivores de la region du Kivu, au Zaire. 1. Listrophoroidea (Acari, Astigmata): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 99(4) 1986: 369-390, Illustr.
  52. Fain, A., and G. Krantz W. Notes on the genus Asperoseius Chat, 1957 (Acari, Phytoseiidae), with descriptions of two new species: Journal of African Zoology 104(3) 1990: 213-220, Illustr.
  53. Fain, A., and F. Lukoschus S. A new Psoroptidae (Acari: Astigmata) from Dendrohyrax dorsalis in Zaire: International Journal of Acarology 7(1-4) 1981: 143-146, Illustr.
  54. Fain, A., and R. Tinsley C. A new Xenopacarus (Acari, Ereynetidae) from the nasal cavities of Xenopus sp. (fraseri group), with a discussion on the evolution host-parasite: Journal of African Zoology 107(6), 22 December 1993: 513-517, Illustr.
  55. Faye, O., J. P. Cornet, J. Camicas, D. Fontenille, and J. Gonzalez. 1999. Experimental Transmission of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever Virus: Role of Three Vectorial Species in Maintenance and Transmission Cycles in Senegal. Parasite-Journal De La Societe Francaise De Parasitologie 6, no. 1: 27-32.
    Abstract: In this article, we published the role of three species ei ticks Amblyomma variegatum (Fabricius, 1974), Hyalomma marginatum rufipes (Koch, 1844) and Hyalomma truncatum (Koch, 1844) in the maintenance and transmission of the CCHF virus. The images of these species were infected by intracoelomic route. Vertical transmission (transtasial and transovarial) and horizontal transmission for different stases were studied by isolation on newborn mice, polymerase chain reaction, indirect immunofluorescence and ELISA.Our results proved that 15 days after inoculation, infection rates of 100 % were noted with Hyalomma marginatum rufipes and Hyalomma truncatum. This rate is about 60 % for Ambiyommo variegatum. The images of the three species infected have transmitted the virus to their host during blood feeding (100 %). A high transovarial transmission for Hyalomma marginatum rufipes and Hyalomma truncatum were observed (respectively 53 and 50 %). This rate is about 12 % for Amblyomma variegatum. The tick infection does not persist up to the first generation for the three species studied. Ticks ore temporary reservoirs vectors but not permanent reservoirs of CCHF virus.
  56. Funk, R. Generic revision of the family Euzerconidae (Mesostigmata: Celaenopsoidea) with description of seven new genera: International Journal of Acarology 6(4) 1980: 313-349, Illustr.
  57. Gaud, J. Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Ciconiiformes d'Afrique 1. Introduction et parasites des Ardeidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 95(4) 1981: 806-828, Illustr.
  58. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Ciconiiformes d'Afrique 2. Parasites des Ciconiidae, Scopidae et Phoenicopteridae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 96(2) 1982: 335-357, Illustr.
  59. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Ciconiiformes d'Afrique. 3. Parasites des Threskiornithidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 96(4) 1982: 701-730, Illustr.
  60. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Coliiformes d'Afrique: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 97(1) 1983: 45-59, Illustr.
  61. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux. Coraciiformes d'Afrique 1. Parasites des Meropidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 92(4) 1978: 1023-1052, Illustr.
  62. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Falconiformes d'Afrique 1. Introduction: parasites des Falconidae, des Pandionidae et des Elanions: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 97(4) 1983: 721-736, Illustr.
  63. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Falconiformes d'Afrique 2. Parasites des Accipitridae et Sagittariidae (Acariens Gabuciniidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 97(4) 1983: 737-766, Illustr.
  64. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites de Piciformes d'Afrique. 1. Parasites des Indicatoridae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 102(4) 1988: 411-428, Illustr.
  65. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux Apodiformes d'Afrique. 1. Acariens de la famille Eustathiidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 102(2) 1988: 201-212, Illustr.
  66. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 2. Acariens de la sous-famille Hyonyssinae (Analygoidea, Avenzoariidae): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 103(3) 1989: 229-242, Illustr.
  67. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 3. Parasites des Capitonidae et des Picidae - acariens de la sous-famille Pteronyssinae - genre Anephippius: Journal of African Zoology 104(3) 1990: 229-239, Illustr.
  68. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 4. Parasites des Capitonidae et des Picidae - Acariens de la sous-famille Pteronyssinae-genre Conomerus: Journal of African Zoology 104(4) 1990: 313-333, Illustr.
  69. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. 5. Acariens des genres Pegopteronyssus et Pteronyssus (Analgoidea, Avenzoariidae): Journal of African Zoology 105(2) 1991: 113-124, Illustr.
  70. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites des oiseaux piciformes d'Afrique. - 6. Acariens de la famille Trouessartiidae (Analgoidea): Journal of African Zoology 107(2), 6 May 1993: 121-134, Illustr.
  71. . Acariens Sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites sur les oiseaux Lariformes et Columbiformes d'Afrique: Koninklijk Museum Voor Midden-Afrika Tervuren Belgie Annalen Zoologische Wetenschappen No. 214 1976: 1-101, Illustr.
  72. . Acariens sarcoptiformes plumicoles parasites sur les oiseaux Psittaciformes, Strigiformes et Caprimulgiformes en Afrique: Koninklijk Museum Voor Midden-Afrika Tervuren Belgie Annalen Zoologische Wetenschappen No. 230 1980: I-Vii, 1-106, Illustr.
  73. . Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Coraciiformes d'Afrique 2. Parasites des Alcedidae (Acarina): Revue De Zoologie Africaine 93(1) 1979: 245-266, Illustr.
  74. . Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Coraciiformes d'Afrique 4A. Parasites des Bucerotidae acariens des familles Analgidae, Pterolichidae et Xolalgidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 94(1) 1980: 61-86, Illustr.
  75. . Sarcoptiformes plumicoles des oiseaux Coraciiformes d'Afrique 4B. Parasites des Bucerotidae. Acariens de la famille Vexillariidae: Revue De Zoologie Africaine 94(3) 1980: 709-743, Illustr.
  76. Gaud, J., and W. Atyeo T. Les acariens du genre Pteronyssoides (Avenzoariidae, Analgoidea) parasites des hirondelles eurafricaines: Acarologia (Paris) 26(3) 1985: 295-307, Illustr.
  77. Georgieva, G., G. Geceva, D. Filipov, N. Karanikolova, G. Matev, A. Kanceva, A. Bratanova, and G. Kebedziev. Ixodes ticks in regions of south-east Bulgaria with focal areas of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever: Epidemiologiya Mikrobiologiya I Infektsiozni Bolesti 27(2) 1990: 5-13, Illustr.
  78. Giordani Soika, A. Sulla presenza di acarinari nei vespidi solitari e descrizione dell'Acarepipona insolita n. gen. n. sp., con un acarinario di nuovo tipo: Bollettino Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Venezia 34 1983[1985]: 189-196, Illustr.
  79. Gonzalez, J., J. Camicas, J. P. Cornet, O. Faye, and M. Wilson. Sexual and transovarian transmission of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus in Hyalomma truncatum ticks: Research in Virology 143(1) 1992: 23-28, Illustr.
  80. Gordon, S., K. Linthicum, and J. Moulton. Transmission of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in two species of Hyalomma ticks from infected adults to cofeeding immature forms: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 48(4), April 1993: 576-580, Illustr.
  81. Graber, M. Parasites internes des vertebres domestiques et sauvages, autres que les primates de la Republique Populaire du Congo (d'apres la collection Cassard-Chambron, 1956-1960). Role pathogene - prophylaxie: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 34(2) 1981: 155-167.
  82. Graber, M., and J. Gevrey. Parasites internes des Primates de la Republique Democratique du Congo (d'apres la collection Cassard-Chambron 1956-1960). Role pathogene-diagnostic prophylaxie: Revue D'elevage Et De Medecine Veterinaire Des Pays Tropicaux 34(1) 1981: 27-41.
  83. Grasshoff, M. Die Radnetzspinnen-Gattung Neoscona in Afrika (Arachnida: Araneae): Koninklijk Museum Voor Midden-Afrika Tervuren Belgie Annalen Zoologische Wetenschappen 250 1986: 1-123, Illustr.
  84. Griswold, C. E. The African members of the trap-door spider family Migidae (Araneae: Mygalomorphae). 1: the genus Moggridgea O.P. Cambridge, 1875: Annals of the Natal Museum 28(1) 1987: 1-118, Illustr.
  85. Gutierrez, J., and O. Bonato. Les acariens Tetranychidae attaquant le manioc au Congo et quelques-uns de leurs predateurs: Journal of African Zoology 108(2), 6 May 1994: 191-200, Illustr.
  86. Haitlinger, R. Fifteen new canestriniid mites (Acari, Astigmata, Canestriniidae) associated with beetles of the Colydiidae and Cetoniinae (Scarabaeidae) (Insecta, Coleoptera): Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne 37(2) 1991[1992]: 281-305, Illustr.
  87. . New canestriniid mites (Acari, Astigmata, Canestriniidae) associated with beetles of the families Carabidae, Scarabaeidae, Tenebrionidae and Passandridae (Insecta, Coleoptera): Annales Zoologici (Warsaw) 43(14) 1990: 311-325, Illustr.
  88. . New heterocoptid mites (Acari, Astigmata, Heterocoptidae) associated with Cassidinae and Hispinae (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) from Africa and Asia: Linzer Biologische Beitraege 28(2), 31 Dezember 1996: 979-998, Illustr.
  89. Hirschmann, W. Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes. Teil 413. Stadien von 2 neuen Uropoda (Metadinychus)-Arten aus Zaire (Uropodini, Uropodinae): Acarologie (Nuremberg) 28 1981: 117-118, Illustr.
  90. . Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes. Teil 414. 5 neue Uropodiden-Deutonymphen von Goliathus-Kafern aus Zaire, gesammelt von E. van Daele: Acarologie (Nuremberg) 28 1981: 118-120, Illustr.
  91. . Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes. Teil 420. Teilgang und Stadien von 4 neuen Uroobovella-Arten der pulchella- und carinata-Gruppe aus Belgien, Zaire, USA und Vietnam (Dinychini, Uropodinae): Acarologie (Nuremberg) 28 1981: 125-127, Illustr.
  92. . Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes. Teil 430. Stadien von 4 neuen Uropodiden-Arten aus Zaire, Vietnam und Tanganyika: Acarologie (Nuremberg) No. 30 1983: 73-77, Illustr.
  93. . Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes Teil 512. Weltweite Revision der Gattung Uroactinia Hirschmann v. Zirngiebl-Nicol 1964 (Uroactiniini, Uroactiniinae): Acarologie (Nuremberg) 37 1990: 1-65, Illustr.
  94. . Gangsystematik der Parasitiformes Teil 513. Die Teilganggattung Chiropturopoda Sellnick 1958 (Uroactiniinii Uroactiniinae): Acarologie (Nuremberg) 37 1990: 65-75, Illustr.
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    Abstract: From 1989 to 1992, a longitudinal study of the relationships between different tick species and domestic ungulates in the transmission and amplification of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) virus was undertaken in the Bandia area in Senegal where the presence of the virus had been reported previously. An epizootic occurred in 1991-1992 and 22 strains of CCHF virus were isolated from Hyalomma marginatum rufipes Koch, Amblyomma variegatum (F.), Rhipicephalus guilhoni Morel & Vassiliades, and R. evertsi evertsi Neumann ticks collected from cattle and goats. No human cases were reported. Transmission of CCHF virus in the area involves a complicated pattern including many tick species and hosts. Amplicons of the S fragment (536 bp) of the CCHF genome of 12 isolates from the study were obtained by polymerase chain reaction and analyzed by restriction length fragment polymorphism. Three different genotypes of CCHF virus were identified and present during the epizootic. One genotype was recovered from A. variegatum, R. guilhoni, and R. e. evertsi and 2 genotypes were isolated from H. m. rufipes.