Literature

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G. A. H. Bedford1932Trichodectidae (Mallophaga) parasitic on Procaviidae
T. Clay1970A preliminary key to the genera of the Menoponidae (Mallophaga)
T. Clay1963A new species of Haematomyzus Piaget (Phthiraptera, Insecta)
T. Clay1962The lice (Phthiraptera) of elephants and wart-hogs
T. Clay1953Revisions of the genera of Mallophaga - I. The Rallicola-complex
T. Clay1947A preliminary key to the genera of the Menoponidae (Mallophaga)
T. Clay1936Two new genera of Mallophaga
T. Clay1936New species of Mallophaga recorded from Asiatic birds
B. Frederic Cummings1916Studies on the Anoplura and Mallophaga, being a report on the collection from Mammals and Birds in the society's gardens. - Part II
B. Frederic Cummings1916Studies on the Anoplura and Mallophaga, being a report on the collection from Mammals and Birds in the society's gardens. - Part I
B. Frederic Cummings1915On two new species of Polyplax (Anoplura) from Egypt
B. Frederic Cummings1913On some points in the anatomy of the mouth-parts of the Mallophaga
C. Elton, Ford, E. B., Baker, J. R.1931The health and parasites of a wild mouse population
G. H. E. Hopkins1949The host associations of the lice of mammals
G. H. E. Hopkins1949Technique for mounting lice
A. Macalister1869Note on Gyropus dicotylis, a new species of parasite
R. Meinertzhagen, Clay T.1948List of Mallophaga collected from birds brought to the Society's prosectorium
C. D. Radford1949New parasitic mites (Acarina: Myialgesidae and Listr
E. Schwarz1929On the local races and distribution of the Black and White Colobus Monkeys
A. Everett Shipley1909The ectoparasites of the red grouse (Lagopus scoticus)
J. Waterston1928The Mallophaga of sand-grouse
J. Waterston1926On the crop contents of certain Mallophaga
J. E. Webb1949The evolution and host-relationships of the sucking lice of the Ferungulata
J. E. Webb1948Eyes in the Siphunculata
J. E. Webb1948Siphunculata of the genus Haematopinus Leach infesting equidae, with a description of a new subspecies of Haematopinus asini (L.) from a Zebra
J. E. Webb1948The origin of the atrial spines in the spiracles os sucking lice of the genus Haematopinus Leach
J. A. Webb1947Spiracle structure in the Siphunculata. - Genus Prolinognathus Ewing (with notes on the affinities of the hosts, the Procaviidae)
J. E. Webb1946Spiracle structure as a guide to the phylogenetic relationships of the Anoplura (Biting and Sucking lice), with notes on the affinities of the mammalian hosts
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