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Bush, SE2009Does behavioural flexibility facilitate host switching by parasites?
Bush, SE, Malenke, JR2008Host defence mediates interspecific competition in ectoparasites
Calvete, C, Estrada, R, Lucientes, J, Estrada, A2003Ectoparasite ticks and chewing lice of red-legged partridge, Alectoris rufa, in Spain
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Clayton, DH, Vernon, JG1993Common grackle anting with lime fruit and its effect on ectoparasites
Dranzoa, C, Ocaido, M, Katete, P1999The ecto-, gastro-intestinal and haemo-parasites of live pigeons (Columba livia) in Kampala, Uganda
Eichler, W1949Über den Taubenfederling "Lipeurus baculus" oder "Columbicola columbae" und die zoologische Nomenklatur. 3. Beitrag zur Geschichte der Parasitenforschung
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Eichler, W, Złotorzycka, J, Ludwig, HWolfgang, Stenram, H1972The pigeon louse Columbicola columbae columbae
Fukatsu, T, Koga, R, Smith, WA, Tanaka, K, Nikoh, N, Sasakki-Fukatsu, K, Yoshizawa, K, Dale, C, Clayton, DH2007Bacterial Endosymbiont of the Slender Pigeon Louse, Columbicola columbae, Allied to Endosymbionts of Grain Weevils and Tsetse Flies
Harbison, CW, Jacobson, MV, Clayton, DH2009A hitchhiker’s guide to parasite transmission: The phoretic behaviour of feather lice
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Macchioni, F, Magi, M, Mancianti, F, Perrucci, S2005Phoretic association of mites and mallophaga with the pigeon fly Pseudolynchia canariensis
Martin, ML1933Life history of the pigeon louse (Columbicola columbae Linnaeus).
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Mayer, C1954Vergleichende untersuchungen am skelett Muskelsystem des thorax der Mallophagen unter Berücksichtigung des nervensystems
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Oniki, Y1999The mating behaviour of Oxylipeurus variegatus (Mallophaga: Lipeuridae)
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Pilgrim, RLC1976Mallophaga on the rock pigeon (Columbia livia) in New Zealand with key to their identification
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Rózsa, L1993An experimental test of the site specificity of preening to control lice in feral pigeons
Rózsa, L1990The ectoparasite fauna of feral pigeon populations in Hungary
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Stenram, H1972Temperature resistance of Columbicola columbae
Stenram, H1956The ecology of Columbicola columbae
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