Takashi Tsunoda

tsunoda@nagasaki-u.ac.jp

 
 
Achievements:

1. Takashi Tsunoda (2008) Influence of aggregation and relative humidity on longevity of unfed bush tick, Haemaphysalis       longicornis Neumann (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Parasitology 94: 990-992.

2. Takashi Tsunoda and Seiichi Moriya (2008) Measurement of flight speed and estimation of flight distance of the bean bug, Riptortus pedestris (Fabricius) (Heteroptera: Alydidae) and the rice bug, Leptocorisa chinensis Dallas (Heteroptera: Alydidae) with a speed sensor and flight mills. Applied Entomology and Zoology 43: 451-456.

3. Takashi Tsunoda and Seiichi Moriya (2008) Estimation of flight distance of an insect with flight mill and speed sensor. Syokubutu-Boueki 62: 393-396.

4.  Takashi Tsunoda (2007) Seasonal change in habitat utilization by Haemaphysalis longicornis (Acari: Ixodidae): plant, litter, and soil.  Journal of Medical Entomology 44: 575-579.

5.  Takashi Tsunoda (2007) Inter- and intra-specific associations of hard ticks in relation to questing site.  Journal of Parasitology 93: 531-541.

6.  Takashi Tsunoda (2006) Ticks.  Shinrin-Kagaku 47: 60-63.

7.  Takashi Tsunoda, Shikoh Kasuga, and Hiroshi Amano (2004) Estimation of the density of nymphs of the bush tick, Haemaphysalis longicornis (Acari: Ixodidae), by the catch effort method.  Experimental and Applied Acarology 32: 69-78.

8.  Takashi Tsunoda and Shiro Tatsuzawa (2004) Ambush height of nymphs of the bush tick, Haemaphysalis longicornis, and its closely related species, H. mageshimaensis: correlation with body size of the host.  Parasitology 128: 503-509.

9.  Takashi Tsunoda  (2004)  Tick bite cases in researchers studying deer in Boso Peninsula, central Japan.  Medical Entomology and Zoology 55: 243-245.

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Position: Assistant Professor

 
Field: Japan, Vietnam

Research: Community ecology of ticks of large mammals, Host-seeking behavior of blood-sucking arthropods