Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
V. Lyman Kellogg1896New Mallophaga, II, from land birds; together with an account of the Mallophagous mouth-parts
V. Lyman Kellogg, Kuwana S. Inokichi1902Papers from the Hopkins Stanford Galapagos expedition, 1898-1899. X. Entomological results (8). Mallophaga from birds
M. A. Carriker, Jr.1903Mallophaga from birds of Costa Rica, Central America
T. Clay1949Species of the genus Saemundssonia (Mallophaga) from the Sterninae
M. A. Carriker, Jr.1954Studies in neotropical Mallophaga, XI: bird lice of the suborder Amblycera, genus Dennyus Neumann
B. Kishore Tandan1955Mallophagan parasites from Indian birds. Part IV. Species belonging to the genera Philopterus, Capraiella and Pectinopygus (Superfamily Ischnocera)
I. A. Fedorenko1974On the problem of some Ukrainian Passeriformes infestation with Mallophga
A. Poiani1992Ectoparasitism as a possible cost of sociallife - a comparative analysis using Australian Passerines (Passeriformes)
C. M. Bartlett1992New, known and unidentified species of Eulimdana (Nematoda): additional information on biologically unusual filarioids of charadriiform birds
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
C. R. Brown, Brown, M. Bomberger, Rannala, B.1995Ectoparasites reduce long-term survival of their avian host
J. Potti, Merino S.1995Louse loads of pied flycatchers - effects of hosts sex, age, condition and relatedness
N. Saino, Calza, S., Møller, A. Pape1998Effects of a dipteran ectoparasite on immune response and growth trade-offs in barn swallow, Hirundo rustica, nestlings
J. Złotorzycka, Modrzejewska, M., Kopij, G.1999A preliminary study on Mallophaga in South African birds
M. Kose, Møller A. Pape1999Sexual selection, feather breakage and parasites: The importance of white spots on the tail of the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)
M. Kose, Mänd, R., Møller, A. Pape1999Sexual selection for white tail spots in the barn swallow in relation to habitat choice by feather lice
D. Shutler, Mullie, A., Clark, R. G.2004Tree swallow reproductive investment, stress, and parasites
A. Pape Møller, De Lope, F., Saino, N.2004Parasitism, immunity, and arrival date in a migratory bird, the barn swallow
A. Pape Møller, Martinelli, R., Saino, N.2004Genetic variation in infestation with a directly transmitted ectoparasite
P. László Pap, Tököly, J., Szép, T.2005Frequency and consequences of feather holes in Barn Swallows Hirundo rustica
C. Adam, Chișamera G.2006Remarks on two chewing louse species (Phthiraptera: Amblycera) collected from the individuals of a sand martin (Riparia riparia (L.)) colony from southern Romania
P. László Pap, Szép, T., Tökölyi, J., Piper, S.2006Habitat preference, escape behavior, and cues used by feather mites to avoid molting wing feathers
D. González-Acuña, Fischer, C., Palma, R. L., Moreno-Salas, Ldel C., Barrientos, C., Muñoz, L., Ardiles, K., Cicchino, A. Conrado2006Lice (Phthiraptera: Hexapoda) from marine birds belonging to the family Laridae from Chile
Z. Vas, Csörgő, T., Møller, A. Pape, Rózsa, L.2008The Feather Holes on the Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica and Other Small Passerines are Probably Caused by Brueelia Spp. Lice
E. Gál, Csörgő, T., Vas, Z.2012Relationship between sexual signals and louse (Insecta: Phthiraptera) infestation of breeding and migrating Barn swallows ( Hirundo rustica ) in Hungary
N. Saino, Romano, M., Scandolara, C., Rubolini, D., Ambrosini, R., Caprioli, M., Costanzo, A., Romano, A.2014Brownish, small and lousy barn swallows have greater natal dispersal propensity
M. P. Lombardo, Drake, P., Olson, A., Otieno, S., Spadacene, L., Thorpe, P. A.2015Feather-chewing lice and Tree Swallow biology
A. Pape Møller, Mateos-González F.2019Plumage brightness and uropygial gland secretions in barn swallows
A. K. Hund, Hubbard, J. K., Krausová, S., Munclinger, P., Safran, R. J.2021Different underlying mechanisms drive associations between multiple parasites and the same sexual signal
S. Tebbich, Schwemhofer, T., Fischer, B., Pike, C.2021Darwin’s finches habitually anoint their feathers with leaves of the endemic tree Psidium galapageium during the non‐breeding season
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