Ticks and blood smears were collected from a reintroduced population of threatened tammar wallabies (Notamacropus eugenii eugenii). Ixodes hirsti was common during Autumn/Winter, and Amblyomma spp. in spring/summer, reflecting the seasonal density of questing A. triguttatum triguttatum. Red blood cell parasites were not detected in the 90 smears analysed.
Waudby, H. P., Petit, S., Matthews, B., Sharp, A., Pradhan, R., & Dale, B. (2018). Investigation of ticks and red blood cell parasites of a population of reintroduced mainland tammar wallabies (Notamacropus eugenii eugenii). Australian Mammalogy, 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1071/AM18033