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Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
J. W. Demastes, Hafner, M. S., Hafner, D. J., Spradling, T. A.1998Pocket gophers and chewing lice: a test of the maternal transmission hypothesis
K. P. Johnson, Williams, B. L., Drown, D. M., Adams, R. J., Clayton, D. H.2002The population genetics of host specificity: genetic differentiation in dove lice (Insecta : Phthiraptera)
G. K. Kyei-Poku, Colwell, D. D., Coghlin, P., Benkel, B., Floate, K. D.2005On the ubiquity and phylogeny of Wolbachia in lice
C. N. Balakrishnan, Sorenson M. D.2006Dispersal ecology versus host specialization as determinants of ectoparasite distribution in brood parasitic indigobirds and their estrildid finch hosts
N. Kerness Whiteman, Kimball, R. T., Parker, P. G.2007Co-phylogeography and comparative population genetics of the threatened Galápagos hawk and three ectoparasite species: ecology shapes population histories within parasite communities
J. Ortego, Aparicio, J. Miguel, Calabuig, G., Cordero, P. J.2007Risk of ectoparasitism and genetic diversity in a wild lesser kestrel population
E. Gómez-Díaz, González-Solís, J., Peinado, M. A., Page, R. D. M.2007Lack of host-dependent genetic structure in ectoparasites of Calonectris shearwaters
N. du_Toit, van Vuuren, B. J., Matthee, S., Matthee, C. A.2013Biogeography and host-related factors trump parasite life history: limited congruence among the genetic structures of specific ectoparasitic lice and their rodent hosts
S. E. Harper, Spradling, T. A., Demastes, J. W., Calhoun, C. S.2015Host behaviour drives parasite genetics at multiple geographic scales: population genetics of the chewing louse, Thomomydoecus minor
S. A. Trewick, Pilkington, S., Shepherd, L. D., Gibb, G. C., Morgan-Richards, M.2017Closing the gap: Avian lineage splits at a young, narrow seaway imply a protracted history of mixed population response
E. DiBlasi, Johnson, K. P., Stringham, S. A., Hansen, A. N., Beach, A. B., Clayton, D. H., Bush, S. E.2018Phoretic dispersal influences parasite population genetic structure
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