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Literature

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J. Waterston1933The louse as a menace to man: Its life history and methods for its destruction
J. Waterston1929On a new louse from a Ceylonese shrew
J. Waterston1928The Mallophaga of sand-grouse
J. Waterston1928Mallophaga
J. Waterston1926On the occurrence of Lagopoecus affinis Children in eastern Siberia
J. Waterston1926On the crop contents of certain Mallophaga
J. Waterston1926On an unusual clue to the identify of a species
J. Waterston1925The Mallophaga and Anoplura and their host relations
J. Waterston1925Parasitologia Mauritanica: Materiaux pour la faune parasitologique en Mauritanie: Arthropoda: Anoplura
J. Waterston1924On the Mallophaga of the Spitzbergen expedition, 1923
J. Waterston1923Two new Anoplura
J. Waterston1923On the Mallophaga of the Shackleton-Rowett Expediton 1921-1922
J. Waterston1922A new genus of Ischnocera (Mallophaga)
J. Waterston1922On the Mallophaga of the Spitzbergen expedition
J. Waterston1922On the Ischnocera (bird-lice or Mallophaga) parasitic upon british grouse
J. Waterston1922Observations on the life history of a liotheid (Mallophaga parasitic on the curlew (Numenius arquata Linn.)
J. Waterston1921The louse as a menace to man
J. Waterston1921Mallophaga
J. Waterston1917On a new species of Docophoroides Giglioli (Eurymetopus Tasch.) from an albatross (Diomedea melanophrys)
J. Waterston1917A new African louse (Polyplax calva, n.sp.) from Cricetomys
J. Waterston1917List of articles and notes
J. Waterston1915Fauna Faeröensis. Ergebnisse einer Reise nach den Færöer, ausgeführt im Jahre 1912 von Alfons Dampf und Kurt v. Rosen. II.
J. Waterston1915An account of the bird-lice of the genus Docophorus (Mallophaga) found on British auks. Part II. Morphological
J. Waterston1915On two new species of Mallophaga (Menoponidae): Menacanthus balfouri n. sp. and Myrsidea victrix n. sp. from Colombia
J. Waterston1914On some ectoparasites in the South African Museum, Cape Town
J. Waterston1914An account of the bird-lice of the genus Docophorus found on british auks. A. Hosts, collecting, normal parasitism, straggling
J. Waterston1913A suggestion for securing certain Liotheidae (Mallophaga)
J. Waterston1913Docophorus megacephalus Denny in Shetland
J. Waterston1913What is the true host of Nirmus interruptus Piaget?
J. Waterston1912On Mackayia dimorpha, a new genus and species of Mallophaga from the manx shearwater
J. Waterston1912A new species of Mackayia (M. heteracanthus)
J. Waterston1912Two ectoparasites (Mallophaga) from the snipe (Gallinago caelestis, Frenzel); from Northmavine, Shetland
J. Waterston1912Haematopinus vituli, L. (= tenouirostris, Burm.) in N. Mavine, Shetland
J. Waterston1912Docophorus melanocephalus Nitzsch a straggler on the knot Shetland
J. Waterston1912On Docophorus bassanae D. and Lipeurus staphylinoides D.
J. Waterston1912Notes on some ectoparasites in the Museum Perth, part II
J. Waterston1912Haematopinus (Haemodipsus Enderlein) ventricosus Denny, in N. Mavine, Shetland, with note on an easy method of its detection
J. Waterston1911Nirmus uncinosus N. in Shetland
J. Waterston1910Notes on some ectoparasites in the Museum Perth
J. Waterston1910On some habits and hosts of bird Ceratopulli taken in Scotland, 1909, with description of a new species (C. rothschildi) and records of various Siphonaptera
J. Waterston1910A swan parasite from Perthshire
J. Waterston1927Mallophaga
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