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Issue:ISSN 1000-7083
          CN 51-1193/Q
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Fly species distribution of Camelus bactrianus surroundings in three areas of Inner Mongolia
Author of the article:ZHAO Zhiguo1, 2, YANG Xiaoye1*, YANG Lianru1, GU Wei1, WANG Rui1, ZHANG Wei1,
Author's Workplace:1. College of Veterinary Medicine, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot 010018, China; 2.The Inspection and Quarantine Technology Center, Inner Mongolia Entry-exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, Hohhot 010020, China; 3. Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center of Erdos, Erdos, Inner Mongolia 017000, China; 4. Animal Disease Prevention and Control Center of Linxi County in Chifeng, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia 025250, China
Key Words:Inner Mongolia; Camelus bactrianus; morphological identification; fly species; distribution
Abstract:In order to study the distribution of Parabronema skrjabini in Camelus bactrianus in China, 7 153 flies were netted from the main producing areas of C. bactrianus (Alxa, Ulanqab and Bayannur) in Inner Mongolia. A total of 25 C. bactrianus species belonging to 17 genera and 9 families were identified, while 3 species (Haematobia irritans, H. titillans and Stomoxys calcitrans) were identified as sucking flies. Subsequently, the preponderant fly species, species diversity indexes and similarity degree of the live environment of 3 C. bactrianus were analyzed. The results showed that the preponderant fly species among the 3 areas were very different; the fly species richness index of Bayannur was the highest; the diversity index and evenness index of the 3 areas were all low, but Alxa was the highest, followed by Ulanqab and Bayannur; the similarity degrees among Alxa and the other 2 were extremely different, and the index between Ulanqab and Bayannur was moderate different.
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