Current knowledge of Turkey's louse fauna.

@article{Inci2010CurrentKO,
  title={Current knowledge of Turkey's louse fauna.},
  author={Abdullah Inci and Alparslan Yıldırım and Bilal Dik and {\"O}nder D{\"u}zl{\"u}},
  journal={Turkiye parazitolojii dergisi},
  year={2010},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={
          212-20
        }
}
The current knowledge on the louse fauna of birds and mammals in Turkey has not yet been completed. Up to the present, a total of 109 species belonging to 50 genera of lice have been recorded from animals and humans, according to the morphological identification. Among the avian lice, a total of 43 species belonging to 22 genera were identified in Ischnocera (Philopteridae). 35 species belonging to 14 genera in Menoponidae were detected and only 1 species was found in Laemobothriidae in… Expand
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