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Mechowce - żywiciele pośredni tasiemców z rodziny Anoplocephalidae na małych pastwiskach w Krakowie

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Oribatid mites (Oribatida: Acari): the indirect host of Anoplocephalidae tapeworms in an area of small pastures in Krakow
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The research into the Oribatid mites was conducted in the Bielańsko-Tyniecki Landscape Park in Cracow in locations where horses and sheep periodically grazed. The research material comprised soil samples collected from three sites. Site I - a fenced area, which was exposed to the sun, overgrown with grass, and located on an elevation where sheep were pastured. Site 2 was located in the vicinity of a horse paddock. The soil in Site 2 was compacted and had sparse vegetation. Site 3, located in lower areas, was a meadow adjacent to the Vistula river bank, which was used as a horse pasture by a riding school. Soil samples of 10 × 10 cm in size and 5-10 cm in depth sometimes contained the remains of animal feces and a mite microenvironment (grass tussocks). The mites were obtained from the soil in Tullgren funnels; subsequently they were sorted out and the content of their bodies marked and analysed in preparations made by using Grandjean’s method (14). In the collected research material species participating in the life cycle of tapeworms constituted 85% in Site 1, 82% in Site 2 and 92% in Site 3. There were the following species: Scheloribates laevigatus (C. L. Koch, 1836), Liebstadia similis (Michael, 1886), Galumna elimata (C. L. Koch, 1841), Galumna obvia (Berlese, 1914), Ceratozetes gracilis (Michael, 1884), Ceratozetes peritus (Grandjean, 1951), Achipteria coleoptrata (Linne, 1758) as well as Trichoribates novus (Sellenick, 1928). In 2 out of 880 examined specimens the presence of tapeworms at two developmental stages was confirmed. They were: an egg in the species Liebstadia similis and a cysticercoid in Achipteria coleoptrata. The results show that it is useful to study Oribatida on small pastures because in such places there are favorable conditions for the mite and animal feces to meet in a confined area.
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09
Opis fizyczny
s.565-567,fot.,tab.,bibliogr.
Twórcy
  • Zakład Zoologii Bezkręgowców i Parazytologii, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie, ul.Podbrzezie 3, 31-054 Kraków
  • Zakład Zoologii Bezkręgowców i Parazytologii, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie, ul.Podbrzezie 3, 31-054 Kraków
Bibliografia
  • 1.Akrami M. A., Eslami A., Saboori A.: Galumna iranensis (Oribatida: Galumnidae) as intermediate host of tapeworms to the family Anoplocephalidae from Iran. Abstr. Book 12th Internat. Congress Acarology, Amsterdam 21-26 August 2006, s. 8.
  • 2.Akrami M. A., Saboori A., Eslami A.: Observations on oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) serving as intermediate hosts of Moniezia expansa (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) in Iran. Internat. J. Acarol. 2007, 33, 365-369.
  • 3.Aoki J.: Microhabitats of oribatid mites on the forest floor. Bull. Nat. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 1967, 10, 133-138.
  • 4.Borowiak P., Niedbała W.: Badania nad mikrośrodowiskami mechowców (Acari, Oribatei). Pr. Kom. Nauk. PTG. 1980, 25, 27-38.
  • 5.Denegri G. M.: Review of oribatid mites as intermediate host of tapeworms of the Anoplocephalidae. Exp. Appl. Acarol. 1993, 17, 567-580.
  • 6.Denegri G. M., Elissondo M. C., Dopchiz M. C.: Oribatid mites as intermediate hosts of Thysansoma actinioides (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) a preliminary study. Vet. Parasitol. 2002, 103, 267-271.
  • 7.Fritz G. N.: Oribatid mites infected with cysticercoids of Moniezia expansa (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae). Internat. J. Acarol. 1995, 21, 233-238.
  • 8.Jarosenko N. N.: Pancirnyje klescy - promezucnoje hozjajeva cestod semejstva Anoplocephalidae. Vestnik Zool. Suplement 2005, 19, 381-383.
  • 9.Kornaś S., Nowosad B., Skalska M., Błoz T.: Inwazje pasożytów jelitowych koni w klubach jeździeckich okolic Krakowa. Wiad. Parazyt. 2004, 50, 323-327.
  • 10.Mazyad S. A., El Garhy M. F.: Laboratory and field studies on Oribatid mites as intermediate host of Moniesia expansa infecting Egyptian ship. Egypt. Soc. Parasiotol. 2004, 34, 305-314.
  • 11.McAloon M. F.: Oribatid mites as intermediate hosts of Anoplocephala manubriata, cestode of the Asian elephant in India. Exp. Appl. Acarol. 2004, 32, 181-185.
  • 12.Niedbała W.: Mechowce - roztocze ekosystemów lądowych. PWN, Warszawa 1980.
  • 13.Rajski A.: Mechowce (Acari: Oribatei) jako żywiciele pośredni tasiemców (Cestodes: Anoplocephalata) w świetle literatury. Zesz. Nauk. Uniw. im. A. Mickiewicza 1959, 2, 164-192.
  • 14.Shimano S., Kamimura K.: A cysticerkoid in Mixacarus exilis (Acari: Oribatida) Nymph as an Intermediate Host of Anoplocephalid Cestodes. J. Acarol. Soc. Jpn. 2005, 14, 31-34.
  • 15.Solarz K., Madej G., Żbikowska-Zdun K., Dudziak G.: Mites of ordes Acaridida, Gamasida and Oribatida in coal mines of Upper Silesian Region (Poland), [w:] Ignatowicz S. Post. Pol. Akarologii 2002, 179-193.
  • 16.Żbikowska-Zdun K., Korczyk S.: Species diversity of oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) In soil polluted with fly ashes light metals plant in Kęty, Poland. Adv. Polish Acarol. 2006, 485-489.
  • 17.Żbikowska-Zdun K., Piksa K., Watrak I.: Diversity of mites (Acari: Oribatida) in selected mikrohabitats of Bug River Protected Landscape Area. Biolog. Lett. 2006, 43, 277-286.
  • 18.Xiao L., Herd P. R.: Infectivity of Moniezia benedeni and Moniezia expansa to oribatid mites from Ohio and Georgia. Vet. Parasitol. 1992, 45, 101-110.
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