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This study represents a preliminary inquiry on tick fauna composition carried out in Maremma, Central Italy, where very few data are available. The study area was selected in the limestone hills surrounding Tarquinia town, on the base of suitable elements directly affecting the tick occurrence and the possible circulation of tick-borne pathogens, such as wild cattle rearing, kind of vegetation and human activities. Since a proper understanding of tick ecology is critical in predicting the riskdoi:10.4415/ann_15_01_12 pmid:25857387 fatcat:iyk232ssrbfatoxliixukmww24