LAPORAN PERTAMA SPESIES KUTU Craspedorrhynchus platystomus DARI ELANG ULAR BIDO (Spilornis cheela bido) DI BANYUWANGI

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2018
Authors:Yudhana, A, Praja, RNovita
Journal:Jurnal Medik Veteriner (Journal of Veterinary Medicine)
Volume:1
Issue:2
Pagination:51 - 56
ISSN:2615-7497 (print), 2581-012X (online)
Keywords:Banyuwangi, elang ular bido
Abstract:

Abstrak

Ectoparasit seperti kutu dapat memainkan peran penyebaran penyakit antar hewan, ini bisa lebih buruk jika ektoparasit bertindak sebagai vektor. Hilangnya mulai dari penurunan berat badan, penurunan produksi, rambut rontok atau bulu, trauma, iritasi, anemia, hingga kematian dan sering terjadi pada hewan liar di hutan. Belum ada penelitian yang menjelaskan sebelumnya tentang infestasi kutu pada elang ular bido (Spilornis cheela bido) di Banyuwangi. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melaporkan infestasi kutu yang dikumpulkan dari elang ular bido di Banyuwangi. Elang ular bido diperiksa dengan hati-hati untuk mengambil kutu pada permukaan tubuh, hanya satu spesies kutu yang diamati yaitu Craspedorrhynchus platystomus. Spesies lain dari ektoparasit tidak diisolasi dari elang yang terinfestasi selama periode penelitian.

English Title: First report of the chewing lice species of Craspedorrhynchus platystomus from Crested Serpent Eagle (Spilornis cheela bido) in Banyuwangi

Abstract: Ectoparasites such as lice can play a role spread of disease between animals, this can be even worse if ectoparasites acting as vector. The losses starting from decreased body weight, decreased production, hair loss or fur, trauma, irritation, anemia, until death and often occurs on wild animals in the forest. There is no previous described research on lice infestation of Crested Serpent eagle (Spilornis cheela bido) in Banyuwangi. This research aim to first report of lice infestation collected from Crested Serpent eagle in Banyuwangi. Crested Serpent eagle were examined carefully for chewing lice on the body surfaces, only one lice species was observed namely Craspedorrhynchus platystomus. Another species of ectoparasites were not isolated from the infested eagle during the research period.

URL:https://www.e-journal.unair.ac.id/JMV/article/view/9366
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