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Ectoparasitic mites (Acari) of sympatric Brazilian free-tailed bats and big brown bats in Alabama.
Seven species of mites were recovered from 133 Brazilian free-tailed bats, Tadarida brasiliensis, and 94 big brown bats, Eptesicus fuscus, from February through November 1990 in colonies that sharedExpand
New distributional records of ticks from Southeast Asia and the Pacific (Metastigmata : Argasidae, Ixodidae)
The following 11 species of ticks are recorded for the first time from various countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific: Argas (Persicargas) robertsi (Indonesia), Amblyomma nitidum (West Irian),...
Ectoparasitic Insects of Bats in British Columbia, Canada
One species of parasitic bug (Hemiptera: Cimicidae), 3 species of fleas (Siphonaptera: Ischnopsyllidae), and 2 species of parasitic flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) were collected from 9 species ofExpand
Scientific Notes: Three Species of Aponomma (Acari: Ixodidae) Collected from Imported Reptiles in the United States
Frequently ticks are accidentally imported to the United States on animals, animal products, and miscellaneous items. Becklund (1968) listed and briefly discussed 71 records of 36 species, in theExpand
Studies on Southeast Asian Haemaphysalis ticks (Ixodoidea, Ixodidae). H. (Alloceraea) vietnamensis sp. n., the first structurally primitive haemaphysalid recorded from Southern Asia.
Structurally primitive haemaphysalids of Eurasia have been found only in temperate, northern areas. In spite of this contemporary distribution pattern, it has been postulated that the genusExpand
A New Species of Nycteridopsylla (Siphonaptera: Ischnopsyllidae) from Southwestern United States, With a Key to the North American Species
A new species of Nycteridopsylla (Siphonaptera: Ischnopsyllidae) is described from the United States, and the other 2 North American taxa are discussed and illustrated. A summary of the biology, hostExpand
Seasonal Populations and Movements of the Gray Bat in the Kentucky Area
During studies of bat populations of about 100 caves in the Kentucky area, a hibernating colony of about 100,000 gray bats, Myotis grisescens, was found in a cave in Edmonson County, Kentucky.Expand