Data for: Population fluctuation of predators and sanitary importance mites (Acari) in commercial laying hen: ecological interactions

Published: 22 July 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/2r4rwt74tx.1
Contributors:
Tamara Horn,
Juliana Granich

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 Megninia ginglymura has been the species of greater health importance on feathers and its populations seems to be related with increase of temperature;  Tuccioglyphus setosus seems to be influenced by environmental conditions and it’s populations seems to be influenced by relative humidity of the air and temperature;  The predator species Blattisocius keegani and Typhlodromus transvaalensis correlated with M. ginglymura. Besides, T. transvaalensis and Cheyletus malaccensis seems to be correlated to T. setosus.

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Poultry, Animal Ecology, Ectoparasite

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