Andrey A. Denisov FAUNAL AND ECOLOGICAL FEATURES OF BLOOD-SUCKING ARTHROPODS OF THE FAMILY IXODIDAE IN BIOCENOSES OF THE LOWER VOLGA REGION

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15688/nsr.jvolsu.2019.1.3

Andrey A. Denisov, Candidate of Sciences (Biology), Associate Professor, Department of Ecology and Nature Resources Management, Volgograd State University, prosp. Universitetskiy, 100, 400062 Volgograd, Russian Federation, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Abstract. Ecological and faunal changes caused by physical and geographical changes, climatic, anthropogenic impacts, lead to an increase in the number and spread of Ixodes mites. The above mentioned factors have a significant impact on the formation of the fauna of bloodsucking arthropods in bio and agrocenoses, as well as in settlements. The study of the mechanisms that impact on the spatial distribution, timing of breeding and mass attack of the bloodsuckers on proximately, the change of life the schemes of the parasites in different climatic and geographic areas is of considerable theoretical and practical interest for veterinary and medical practices. For ixodid distinctive relationship with a particular landscape type and occurrence within certain habitats. That is why hese types of blood-sucking ectoparasites are able to pass to parasitism on new feeders. The development of civilization is accompanied by an active transformation of nature, as a result of which large areas disappear landscapes previously untouched by human hand. Naturally, such transformations, accompanied by the creation of anthropogenic landscapes, can not in one way or another affect the nature of the spread of zoonoses and, above all, natural focal infections, most closely related to the environment. The obtained data can be used by veterinary and medical services, as well as biologists of profile appointment in the planning of preventive measures of diseases associated with blood-sucking arthropods.
Key words: parasitology, Ixodes mites, Lower Volga region.

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