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S. C. Barker1994Phylogeny and classification, origins and evolution of host associations of lice
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H. Bosch1983The genus Saemundssonia (Mallophaga, Ischnocera) and the systematic relationship within the host family Alcidae (Aves, Charadriiformes)
B. M. Boyd, Allen, J. M., Nguyen, N. -phuong, Sweet, A. D., Warnow, T., Shapiro, M. D., Villa, S. M., Bush, S. E., Clayton, D. H., Johnson, K. P.2017Phylogenomics using Target-restricted Assembly Resolves Intra-generic Relationships of Parasitic Lice (Phthiraptera: Columbicola)
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I. K. Marshall2003A morphological phylogeny for four families of amblyceran lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera: Menoponidae, Boopidae, Laemobothriidae, Ricinidae)
J. Martinů, Hypša, V., Štefka, J.2018Host specificity driving genetic structure and diversity in ectoparasite populations: Coevolutionary patterns in Apodemus mice and their lice
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E. Mey1999Phylogenetic relationships of the Megapodiidae as indicated by their ischnoceran, in particular goniodid, chewing lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera)
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R. Ramli, Cusack, M., Curry, G. B., Furness, R. W.2000Morphological variation of chewing lice (Insecta : Phthiraptera) from different skua taxa
A. P. Rasnitsyn, Krassilov V. A.1996First finding of pollen in intestines of Lower Permian insects
F. Ronquist1995Reconstructing the history of host-parasite associations using generalised parsimony
L. Rózsa2005Parasitism: the driving force of animal and human evolution
L. Rózsa1993Speciation patterns of ectoparasites and "straggling" lice
L. Rózsa1991Points in questions - Flamingo lice contravene Fahrenholz
A. P. Retana-Salazar1996Parasitological evidence on the phylogeny of hominids and cebids
C. G. Sibley, Corbin, K. W., Haavie, J. H.1969The relationship of the flamingos as indicated by the egg-white proteins and hemoglobins
V. Stuart Smith2001Avian louse phylogeny (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera): a cladistic study based morphology
V. Stuart Smith, Page, R. D. M., Johnson, K. P.2004Data incongruence and the problem of avian louse phylogeny
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J. K. Waage1979The evolution of insect/vertebrate associations
T. Wappler, Smith, V. Stuart, Dalgleish, R. C.2004Scratching an ancient itch: an Eocene bird louse fossil
R. A. Wardle1929The problems of applied entomology
J. D. Weckstein2004Biogeography explains cophylogenetic patterns in toucan chewing lice
J. Złotorzycka1961Some chosen problems in ecological and phylogenetic relations between Mallophaga and their avian hosts.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith