Literature

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R. C. Axtell1999Poultry integrated pest management: Status and future
D. Moraes Barros-Battesti, Arzúa, M., Linardi, P. Marcos, Botelho, J. Ramiro, Sbalqueiro, I. José1998Interrelationship between ectoparasites and wild rodents from Tijucas do Sul, State of Paraná, Brazil
L. A. Durden, Hu, R. J., Oliver, Jr, J. H., Cilek, J. E.2000Rodent ectoparasites from two locations in northwestern Florida
D. González-Acuña, Castro, Ddel Carmen, Moreno-Salas, Ldel C.2003Contribucion al conocimiento de los Phthiraptera (Anoplura, Hoplopleura) parasitos de roedores en Chile
M. Khosravani2018The fauna and perspective of rodentia ectoparasites in Iran relying on their roles within public health and veterinary characteristics
A. Madinah, Fatimah, A., Mariana, A., Abdullah, M. - T., Mohd-Azlan, J.2014Interaction of ectoparasites-small mammals in tropical rainforest of Malaysia
N. A. Moran, Munson, M. A., Baumann, P., Ishikawa, H.1993A molecular clock in endosymbiotic bacteria is calibrated using the insect hosts
S. Nava, Lareschi, M., Voglino, D.2003Interrelationship between ectoparasites and wild rodents from northeastern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Ldel C. Moreno-Salas, Castro, Ddel Carmen, Torres-Mura, J. C., González-Acuña, D.2005Phthiraptera (Amblycera and Anoplura) parasites of the family Octodontidae, Ctenomyidae and Abrocomidae (Mammalia: Rodentia) from Chile
M. Stanko, Fričová, J., Miklisová, D., Khokhlova, I. S., Krasnov, B. R.2015Environment-related and host-related factors affecting the occurrence of lice on rodents in Central Europe
W. Wang, Durden, L. A., Shao, R.2020Rapid host expansion of an introduced parasite, the spiny rat louse Polyplax spinulosa (Psocodea: Phthiraptera: Polyplacidae), among endemic rodents in Australia
M. Yonas, Welegerima, K., Laudisoit, A., Bauer, H., Gebrehiwot, K., Deckers, S., Katakweba, A., Makundi, R., Leirs, H.2011Preliminary investigation on rodent-ectoparasite associations in the highlands of Tigray, Northern Ethiopia: implications for potential zoonoses
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