Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
R. Stobbe1913Mallophagen. 2. Beitrag. (Die Gattung Eutrichophilus Mjöberg)
R. Stobbe1914Mallophagen. 4. Beitrag
W. Eichler1944Notulae Mallophagologicae. X. Anseriphilus nov. gen. und andere Neuerungen bei amblyceren Federlingen
W. Hennig1957Systematik und Phylogenese
S. von Kéler1958The genera Oxylipeurus Mjöberg and Splendoroffula Clay and Meinertzhagen (Mallophaga)
S. von Kéler1960Über die nymphe Nesiotinus demersus (Kellogg) (Mallophaga)
W. Eichler1969Die Gültigkeit eines Hospitosubspeziesnamens bei Parasiten nach Artikel 45 der zoologischen Nomenklaturregeln
M. Jakovlevic Ass1973Die Fangbeine der Arthropoden, ihre Entstehung, Evolution ind Funktion
W. Eichler, Vasjukova T. T.1980Die Mallophagengattung Anaticola (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga)
W. Eichler, Vasjukova T. T.1981Mallophaga of Tetrao parvirostris (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga)
W. Eichler1982Notulae Mallophagologicae. XIII. Goliathipon nov. gen und weitere neue Taxa der Gattungsstufe (Phthiraptera, Mallophaga)
K. K. Gunther1982Some notable book lice from Mongolia, (Psocoptera, Psocidae)
A. Kumar Saxena, Agarwal G. P.1982Histological peculiarities in the ejaculatory duct of poultry lice Lipeurus lawrensis tropicalis Peters (Phthiraptera, Ischnocera)
E. Lonc, Modrzejewska M.1989Growth rules applied to the stage identification of nymphal instars of some mallophagan species (Phthiraptera)
E. Lonc1990A biometrical analysis of measurements in poultry lice (Phthiraptera)
E. Mey2001A new Craspedorrhynchus species (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera) from Austrailia, with an annotated checklist of this chewing louse genus
O. Sychra, Literák I.2008Myrsidea sylviae (Phthiraptera, Menoponidae), a new species of chewing louse from Sylvia atricapilla (Passeriformes, Sylviidae)
D. R. Gustafsson, Oslejskova, L., Najer, T., Sychra, O., Zou, F.2019Redescriptions of thirteen species of chewing lice in the Brueelia- complex (Phthiraptera, Ischnocera, Philopteridae), with one new synonymy and a neotype designation for Nirmus lais Giebel, 1874
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