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Mallophaga and Anoplura of Subantarctic Islands

  title={Mallophaga and Anoplura of Subantarctic Islands},
  author={Theresa. Clay and Christopher Moreby},
  journal={Pacific Insects Monograph},
* Austrogonio des brevipes (Giebel, 1876) *Nesiotinus demersus Kellogg, 1903 *Austrogoniodes mawsoni Harrison, 1937 *Austrogoniodes gressitti Clay, 1967 A. keleri Clay, 1967 A. macquariensis Harrison, 1937 *A. antarcticus Harrison, 1937 A. bifasciatus (Piaget, 1885) A. gressitti Clay, 1967 A. macquariensis Harrison, 1937 *A. condi (Keler, 1952) *A. cristati Keler, 1952 *A. hamiltoni Harrison, 1937 *A. macquariensis Harrison, 1937 *A. keleri Clay, 1967 *A. bicornutus (Keler, 1954) A… 
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