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Parasitic Insects
Parasitic Insects. By R. R. Askew. Pp. xvii + 316. (Heinemann: London, June 1971.) £3.50.
The Ixodes ticks of Chiroptera (Ixodoidea, Ixodidae).
  • D. Arthur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 April 1956
Ticks of the Genus Ixodes in Africa.
TLDR
Ticks of the genus Ixodes in Africa are threatened by introduced introduced species such as "Ixodes vulgaris" and "E. coli" which pose a threat to human health and agriculture. Expand
The Ecology of Tubificids in the Thames Estuary with Particular Reference to Tubifex costatus (Claparède)
TLDR
Evidence is presented from an examination of the growth of size classes within the population of T. costatus in association with stages in the life history, to suggest that this tubificid has a two year life cycle and that temperature influences the timing of reproduction. Expand
The host relationships of Ixodes hexagonus leach in Britain.
  • D. Arthur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Parasitology
  • 1 November 1953
TLDR
It is suggested tentatively that the ticks may drop off hedgehogs away from the nest and that after further development they are picked up by such animals as foxes, stoats, weasels. Expand
A review of some ticks (Acarina: Ixodidae) of sea birds. Part II. The taxonomic problems associated with the Ixodes auritulus-percavatus group of species.
  • D. Arthur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Parasitology
  • 1 May 1960
TLDR
Ticks from Marion Island are identified as a new species, I. pterodromae, and female and nymphs from the Paris Museum originally identified by Neumann as I. auritulus now fall into the percavatus group and are named I. perc Cavatus sp.nov. Expand
Ticks and disease
Ixodes pacificus Cooley and Kohls, 1943: its life-histor and occurrence.
TLDR
The life-history of I. pacificus when fed on guinea-pigs under laboratory conditions is described, and with due allowance for hardening of the mouthparts the life- history of one generation was about 7 months, and females died within 3 or 4 months if hosts were not available. Expand
Ixodes kohlsi, a new species of tick from Australia.
  • D. Arthur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 February 1955
In December 1953 I received, from Mr. Glen M. Kohls of the Rocky Mountain Laboratory, Hamilton, Montana, U.S.A., four lots of ticks from Eudyptula minor for further investigation. The material inExpand
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