A New Species of Nycteridopsylla (Siphonaptera: Ischnopsyllidae) from Southwestern United States, With a Key to the North American Species

@article{Lewis1982ANS,
  title={A New Species of Nycteridopsylla (Siphonaptera: Ischnopsyllidae) from Southwestern United States, With a Key to the North American Species},
  author={Robert Earl Lewis and Nixon Wilson},
  journal={Journal of Medical Entomology},
  year={1982},
  volume={19},
  pages={605-614}
}
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 preferences, and distribution of all 3 species is included, along with a key to both sexes. 
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