AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
T. Clay, Meinertzhagen R.1937Two remarkable new mallophagan genera from the Columbidae
T. Clay, Meinertzhagen R.1938Two new genera of Mallophaga
T. Clay1938The names of some mallophagan genera
T. Clay, Meinertzhagen R.1938New Genera and species of Mallophaga
T. Clay, Meinertzhagen R.1939New genera and species of Mallophaga
T. Clay, Meinertzhagen R.1939Aegypoecus, nom nov.
G. H. E. Hopkins1939Straggling in the Mallophaga
G. H. E. Hopkins1946Notes on Harrisoniella (Mallophaga) with special reference to the genotype
M. Leclercq1946Some parasites of birds and mammals observed recently in Belgium
G. H. E. Hopkins1947Notes on Mallophagan nomenclature I
G. H. E. Hopkins1947Notes on Mallophagan nomenclature II
W. Eichler1948Mallophagan synopsis. XVIII. Genus Falcophilus
G. H. E. Hopkins1952The correct names of the body and head lice of man
G. H. E. Hopkins1954Notes on some Mallophaga from bears
G. H. E. Hopkins1955Homonyms for subspecies and aberrations
G. H. E. Hopkins, Clay T.1957The type species of the Mallophagan genus Harrisoniella
T. Clay1957The type-species of the mallophagan genus Harrisoniella
T. Clay, Hopkins G. H. E.1958Pediculus dentatus Scopoli, 1763
J. V. Pearlman1960Some African Psocoptera found on rats
G. H. E. Hopkins, Clay T.1962A note on the gender of two generic names in the Mallophaga (Insecta)
R. S. Balter1963Observations concerning the mallophagan infestation of young chicks of Numenius arquata
T. Clay1966A new species of Apterygon (Mallophaga: Menoponidae)
B. Kishore Tandan, Brelih S.1971A new species of Anaticola (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera)
T. R. New1972Some Brazilian Psocoptera from bird nests
L. A. Durden1990Phoretic relationships between sucking lice (Anoplura) and flies (Diptera) associated with humans and livestock
J. P. Cassella, Baxter, G. F., Hay, J.1991Crab louse infestation: are "blue spots" caused by "blue ointment"?
F. Clark, Farrel, J., Hill, L. A.1994A study of a population of the house martin (Delichon urbica (L.)) feather louse Brüelia gracilis (Mallophaga: Ischnocera) in Lincolnshire, UK
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