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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 mites (Acari) of sympatric Brazilian free-tailed bats and big brown bats in Alabama.
TLDR
Although mites were the only arthropods recovered from bats in this study, a separate survey in 1991 revealed that the bat bug Cimex adjunctus Barber infested some other colonies of T. brasiliensis and E. fuscus in Alabama.
HOST AND DISTRIBUTION LISTS OF MITES (ACARI), PARASITIC AND PHORETIC, IN THE HAIR OR ON THE SKIN OF NORTH AMERICAN WILD MAMMALS NORTH OF MEXICO: RECORDS SINCE 1974
Information concerning mites found in the hair of wild mammals of North America north of Mexico is summarized for records accumulated since a similar paper was published by Whitaker and Wilson in
Scientific Notes: Three Species of Aponomma (Acari: Ixodidae) Collected from Imported Reptiles in the United States
TLDR
The following 5 records firmly establish the occurrence of 3 Old World species of Aponomntma being introduced on imported reptiles.
Ectoparasitic Insects of Bats in British Columbia, Canada
TLDR
Female bats that return daily to maternity roosts were more frequently infested with both cimicids and ischnopsyllids than were male bats, and new national records for 2 parasite species, and 8 new host records are established for Canada.
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, host
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.
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