Tunga species: Geographic distribution, sexes, stages, neosomes, and sites of attachment to their principal true hosts.
|Tunga species (Geographical distribution)||Sexes and stages||Neosome (hypertrophied female)
||Main true hosts
|Shape||(length × width × height)||Order: Genera (principal sites of attachment)|
|T. penetrans (Latin America, Africa)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀, egg, larva 1st instar, larva 2nd instar, pupa||Globular without lobes||6 × 5 × 4||Artiodactyla: Sus (feet, scrotum, snout),|
|Primates: Homo (between the toes, periungueal region)|
|Carnivora: Canis (around the claws, on the pads, on the muzzle)|
|Cingulata: Dasypus (feet and paws)|
|Rodentia: Rattus, Mus (feet)|
|T. caecata (Brazil)||♀, hypertrophied ♀||Globular without lobes||7 × 6 × 6||Rodentia: Rattus, Mus (upper surface of ears)|
|T. travassosi (Brazil)||hypertrophied ♀||Globular without lobes||13 × 8 × 10||Cingulata: Dasypus (ventral abdominal region)|
|T. terasma (Brazil)||♂, ♀ (?), hypertrophied ♀||With four prominent subcylindrical lobes||10 × 9 × 13||Cingulata: Euphractus, Dasypus, Cabassous, Priodontes (ventral abdomen and toes)|
|T. bondari (Brazil)||hypertrophied ♀||Mushroom-shaped with a stem and conical posterior region||6 × 6 × 5||Pilosa: Tamandua (ventral abdomen)|
|T. caecigena (China, Japan)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀||Elliptical with four lobes: dorsal and ventral portions of similar dilatation||7–10 × 5 × 6||Rodentia: Rattus, Mus (edge of the pinna and dorsal surface of ears)|
|T. callida (China)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀||Spherical with four lobes: dorsal portion more swelled than the ventral portion||4.5 × 4.5 × 4.5||Rodentia: Rattus, Mus (around the anus)|
|T. libis (Ecuador, Chile)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀||Vertically elliptical and without lobes||Higher than long||Rodentia: Akodon, Phyllotis (ears)|
|T. monositus (USA, Mexico)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀, egg, larva 1st instar, larva 2nd instar, pupa||Bell-shaped with eight lobes, arranged as four large outer lobes and four small inner lobes||6 × 5.4 × 4.5||Rodentia: Peromyscus, Neotoma (upper surface of the pinna)|
|T. trimamillata (Ecuador, Peru, Brazil)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀||Globular with three lobes located anteriorly||12 × 5 × 5||Artiodactyla: Bos (coronary band, sole of the hoof, perianal area, udder, prepuce) Primates: Homo (feet)|
|T. bossii (Brazil)||hypertrophied ♀||Globular without lobes||9 × 8 × 7||Rodentia: Delomys (base of the tail)|
|T. bonneti (Chile)||♂, ♀, hypertrophied ♀||Horizontally elliptical without lobes, in form of rugby ball||10 × 6 × 6||Rodentia: Phyllotis great axis of the tail)|
|T. hexalobulata (Brazil)||hypertrophied ♀||Spherical, with six lobes located anteriorly, pearl-white colored, slightly compressed in anterior direction||4 × 4 × 4||Artiodactyla: Bos (coronary band)|
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