project leader:  Lise Grøva      ph+47 404 80 525 www.tickless.no

Del på Twitter Del på Facebook
Utskrift
Results
Publications from the TICKLESS project are posted below.

I denne artikkelen antyder vi at sau kan bidra til å redusere flåttbestanden:

Steigedal, H., Loe, L.E., Grøva, L., and Mysterud, A. 2013. The effect of sheep (Ovis aries) presence on the abundance of ticks (Ixodes ricinus). Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section A - Animal Science: 63: 111-120.

 

a a a

IMG_0017 sheep.jpg

sau-lam- torjulvågen (2).JPG

Ixodes ricinus nymph. Photo Karin Westrum.jpg

Ixodes ricinus mating. Photo Karin Westrum.jpg

Ixodes ricinus female.  Photo Karin Westrum.jpg

3. Ixodes ricinus female infected with  Metarhizium, early inf. Photo Karin Westrum.jpg

DSC00198.JPG

IMG_3145.jpg

Sheep on tick pasture. Photo Steffen Adler, Bioforsk

Sheep on tick infested pasture. Photo: Peggy Haugnes, Bioforsk.

Ixodes ricinus nymph. Photo Karin Westrum, Bioforsk

Ixodes ricinus mating. Photo: Karin Westrum, Bioforsk

Ixodes ricinus female. Photo: Karin Westrum, Bioforsk

Ixodes ricinus female infected with Metarhizium sp, late inf. Photo Karin Westrum, Bioforsk

Lambs with joint inflamation, a common secondary infection caused by TBF. Photo Lise Grøva, Bioforsk

Fully grown adult tick (Ixodes ricinus) attached to lamb. Photo Lise Grøva, Bioforsk.