Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
G. Floyd Ferris1916Some generic groups in the Mallophagan family Menoponidae
J. Waterston1922Observations on the life history of a liotheid (Mallophaga parasitic on the curlew (Numenius arquata Linn.)
G. B. Thompson1938A brief survey of the species of Mallophaga described from (3) Procellariiformes and (4) Pelecaniformes
M. A. Carriker, Jr.1949On a collection of Mallophaga from Guam, Marianas Islands
K. C. Emerson1953New North American Mallophaga
T. Clay1953Systematic notes on the Piaget collections of Mallophaga. - Part IV
F. Balát1953Všenky rodu Actornithophilus Ferris 1916 z bahňáků
W. Eichler1953Mallophagen in Vogelnestern
G. Timmermann1954Studien über Mallophagen aus den sammlungen des Britischen Museums (Nat. Hist.), London. II. Das Amblycerengenus Actornithophilus Ferris, 1916
G. Timmermann1955Studien über Mallphagen aus den sammlungen des Britischen Museums (Nat. Hist.), London, 3. Mitteilung. Beschreibungen neuer und unzulanglich bekannter, zumeist bei Regenpfeifervogeln schmarotzender Federlingsarten
T. Clay, Hopkins G. H. E.1960The early literature on Mallophaga. Part IV, 1787-1818
T. Clay1962A key to the species of Actornithophilus Ferris with notes and descriptions of new species
J. Złotorzycka1963Larithophilus gen. n. separated from Actornithophilus Ferris (Mallophaga) with a description of new and a review of known species
G. Timmermann1965Die Federlingsfauna der Sturmvögel und die Phylogenese des procellariiformen vogelstammes
R. D. Price, Emerson K. C.1966New synonymies within the bird lice (Mallophaga)
I. A. Fedorenko1968Mallophaga of snipes of the northern area of the Black Sea. II. Suborder Ischnocera
R. D. Price, Leibovitz L.1969A new species of Actornithophilus (Mallophaga: Menoponidae) from the knot
H. Mester1978Zur Biologie von Kiebitz-Federlingen
J. A. Ledger1980Phthiraptera (Insecta)
A. L. Taylor1981Adventitious molt in red knot possibly caused by Actornithophilus (Mallophaga, Menoponidae)
G. D. Rankin1982Mallophaga on the eggs of wading birds
A. Maria Mart Guimarães1988Uma nova especie de Actornithophilus Ferris (Mallophaga, Menoponidae)
W. D. J. Kirk1991The size relationship between insects and their hosts
C. M. Bartlett1993Lice (Amblycera and Ischnocera) as vectors of Eulimdana spp. (Nematoda: Filarioidea) in Charadriform birds and the necessity of short reproductive periods in adult worms
J. Złotorzycka, Modrzejewska, M., Kopij, G.1999A preliminary study on Mallophaga in South African birds
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
J. J. Enz, Canaris A. G.2008Metazoan Parasites of Lesser Yellowlegs, Tringa flavipes (Charadriiformes) From Southwestern United States and Alaska with a Checklist of Parasites Reported From This Host
D. González-Acuña, Olmedo, P., Cicchino, A. Conrado2008Parasites of Venellus chilensis chilensis (Aves, Charadriidae) in Chillán, south-central Chile
B. Haase, Alava J. José2014First records of chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Menoponidae) in Pacific migratory shorebirds wintering in Ecuador
A. Alahmed, Shobrak, M., Nasser, M. Gamal El- D.2014Chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera) from Red Sea gulls with new host-parasite records
A. Alahmed, Shobrak, M., Kheir, S., Nasser, M. Gamal El- D.2015Little known chewing lice (Phthiraptera) infesting crab plover Dromas ardeola Paykull, 1805 (Charadriiformes: Dromadidae) from the Red Sea
Z. Abd- Ali Mohammad2015New Records of four Chewing Lice species related to family: Menoponidae (Mjoberg, 1910) Infested some aquatic birds collected from AL-Sanaf Marsh, Southern Thi-Qar Province, Iraq
L. Özkan, Yukari, B. Ali, Adanir, R.2017Parasites of Spur-Winged Lapwings Vanellus spinosus at a colony on the south coast of Turkey
A. Filipe Ven Tomás, Palma, R. L., Rebelo, M. Teresa, da Fonseca, I. Pereira2018Chewing lice of wild birds from Portugal: neglected group of ectoparasites
D. R. Gustafsson, Lei, L., Luo, K., Chu, X., Zhao, X., Zhang, Q., Zou, F.2019Chewing lice from high‐altitude and migrating birds in Yunnan, China, with descriptions of two new species of Guimaraesiella
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