Corpus ID: 82376150

The sucking lice of North America : an illustrated manual for identification

@inproceedings{Kim1986TheSL,
  title={The sucking lice of North America : an illustrated manual for identification},
  author={K. Kim and H. D. Pratt and C. J. Stojanovich},
  year={1986}
}
Review of the systematics, biology and ecology of lice from pinnipeds and river otters (Insecta: Phthiraptera: Anoplura: Echinophthiriidae).
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A literature review of the sucking louse family Echinophthiriidae, its five genera and twelve species parasitic on pinnipeds and the North American river otter and a host-louse list, and a bibliography to the family as complete as possible. Expand
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Rodents' significant role in transmission of serious zoonotic diseases is considered as an interesting subject in public attention. With respect to the importance of arthropod-infested rodents inExpand
New State Records for the Flea, Foxella ignota (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae) from Oklahoma and Sucking Louse, Hoplopleura sciuiricola (Phthiraptera: Hoplopleuridae), from Iowa and Oklahoma
Little is known about the ectoparasites of the wild mammals (excluding bats) of Oklahoma (Ellis 1955; Stark 1970; Reisen and Best 1973; Tyler and Buscher 1975). Here we report two new state recordsExpand
A checklist of lice of Hungary (Insecta: Phthiraptera)
1 Hungarian Natural History Museum, H-1088 Budapest, Baross u. 13, Hungary; Department of Biomathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Szent Istvan University, H-1078 Budapest,Expand
Ectoparasites and other ectosymbiotic arthropods of vertebrates in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA
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The potential for transmission of pathogens by these ectoparasites and the relevance of disjunct populations of boreal species at high elevations in the Great Smoky Mountains are discussed. Expand
HAEMODIPSUS BRACHYLAGI N. SP. (PHTHIRAPTERA: ANOPLURA: POLYPLACIDAE), A NEW SUCKING LOUSE FROM THE PYGMY RABBIT IN NEVADA
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Morphological features that differentiate the new species from other known species of Haemodipsus are elucidated, and an identification key to both sexes of the 3 species now known from this genus in North America is included. Expand
ECTOPARASITES AND GASTROINTESTINAL HELMINTHS OF SOUTHERN FLYING SQUIRRELS IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA
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Southern flying squirrels from southeastern Georgia were examined for ectoparasites and gastrointestinal helminths and both the prevalence and intensity of helminth parasites were low. Expand
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Five of the 6 species of anoplurans associated with cricetid and heteromyd rodents from montane forests in Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico were confirmed by molecular analysis and all localities represent new records for the species studied. Expand
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The white-footed mouse harbored the most species of parasitic arthropods and new state records for Mississippi were established for the sucking louse Hoplopleura hirsuta, the bot Cuterebra americana, the laelapid mite Laelaps alaskensis, and the fleas Orchopeas pennsylvanicus and Peromyscopsylla scotti. Expand
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