The chewing lice: world checklist and biological overview.

@inproceedings{Price2003TheCL,
  title={The chewing lice: world checklist and biological overview.},
  author={Roger D. Price and Ronald A. Hellenthal and Ricardo L. Palma and Kevin P. Johnson and Dale H. Clayton},
  year={2003}
}
Patterns of cryptic host specificity in duck lice based on molecular data
TLDR
The comparison of these patterns with morphological variations in Anaticola revealed a general correspondence between the groups identified by DNA sequences and morphology, respectively, which suggest that a more thorough taxonomic review of this genus is needed.
Myrsidea quadrifasciata (Phthiraptera: Amblycera) – a unique host generalist among highly host-specific chewing lice
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It is suggested that the only way to deal with these taxa is to follow concept of subspecies with the following taxa and their geographic distributon: Palearctic Region: M. quadrifasciata and M. serini, Neotropical Region): M. queleae, M. darwini, Paleotropic Region: m.
An Analysis of Osprey/Chewing Lice Interaction, with a New Record for Saudi Arabia
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The presence of this parasite on some aquatic birds of prey like osprey may indicate that the ancestors of these birds were terrestrial hunters that acquired this louse from their prey such as doves and pigeons before their transference to aquatic life.
Molecular phylogeny and novel host associations of avian chewing lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera) from South Africa
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Results of this study support the observation that examining museum specimens is a useful way to investigate louse diversity and host associations, as well as incorporating molecular genetic data from portions of the mitochondrial COI and nuclear EF‐1α genes for ectoparasite phylogenetic analyses.
Chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera) from chukars (Alectoris chukar) from a pheasant farm in Jinacovice (Czech Republic)
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Seven species of chewing lice were found on chukars: Amyrsidea perdicis, Menacanthus pallidulus, Menopon gallinae (Amblycera), Goniodes colchici, Lipeurus maculosus, Goniocotes microthorax and Cuclotogaster heterographus (Ischnocera).
Patterns of cryptic host specificity in duck lice based on molecular data
TLDR
The comparison of these patterns with morphological variations in Anaticola revealed a general correspondence between the groups identified by DNA sequences and morphology, respectively, which suggest that a more thorough taxonomic review of this genus is needed.
Population Genetic Study of the Chewing Louse Geomydoecus ewingi
Unlocking the black box of feather louse diversity: A molecular phylogeny of the hyper-diverse genus Brueelia.
Another puzzle piece in the systematics of the chewing louse genus Myrsidea, with a description of a new genus Apomyrsidea
A new avian chewing louse genus Apomyrsidea gen. nov. is described based on species parasitizing birds in the family Formicariidae. Diagnostic characteristics and phylogenetic analyses were used to
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