Literature

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W. L. Vickery, Poulin R.1998Parasite extinction and colonisation and the evolution of parasite communities: a simulation study
C. Lopez-Vaamonde, Rasplus, J. Y., Weiblen, G. D., Cook, J. M.2001Molecular phylogenies of fig wasps: Partial cocladogenesis of pollinators and parasites
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
D. M. Tompkins, Clayton D. H.1999Host resources govern the specificity of swiftlet lice: size matters
A. D. Sweet, Bush, S. E., Gustafsson, D. R., Allen, J. M., DiBlasi, E., Skeen, H. R., Weckstein, J. D., Johnson, K. P.2018Host and parasite morphology influence congruence between host and parasite phylogenies
V. Stuart Smith2001Avian louse phylogeny (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera): a cladistic study based morphology
L. Rózsa, Rékási, J., Reiczigel, J.1996Relationship of host coloniality to the population ecology of avian lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera)
F. Ronquist1995Reconstructing the history of host-parasite associations using generalised parsimony
F. Ronquist1997Phylogenetic approaches in coevolution and biogeography
D. L. Reed, Hafner, M. S., Allen, S. K., Smith, M. B.2000Spatial partitioning of host habitat by chewing lice of the genera Geomydoecus and Thomomydoecus (Phthiraptera: Trichodectidae)
D. L. Reed, Hafner M. S.1997Host specificity of chewing lice on pocket gophers: a potential mechanism for cospeciation
R. Ramli, Cusack, M., Curry, G. B., Furness, R. W.2000Morphological variation of chewing lice (Insecta : Phthiraptera) from different skua taxa
A. M. Paterson, Gray, R. D., Wallis, G. P.1993Parasites, petrels and penguins: does louse presence reflect seabird phylogeny?
A. M. Paterson, Banks J.2001Analytical approaches to measuring cospeciation of host and parasites: through a glass, darkly
R. D. M. Page, Price, R. D., Hellenthal, R. A.1995Phylogeny of Geomydoecus and Thomomydoecus pocket gopher lice (Phthiraptera: Trichodectidae) inferred from cladistic analysis of adult and first instar morphology
R. D. M. Page, Cruickshank, R. H., Dickens, M., Furness, R. W., Kennedy, M., Palma, R. L., Smith, V. Stuart2004Phylogeny of "Philoceanus complex" seabird lice (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera) inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences
R. D. M. Page1993Parasites, phylogeny and cospeciation
R. D. M. Page1994Parallel phylogenies: reconstructing the history of host-parasite assemblages
R. D. M. Page1994Maps between trees and cladistic analysis of historical associations among genes, organisms and areas
R. D. M. Page1996Temporal congruence revisited: comparison of mitochondrial DNA sequence divergence in cospeciating pocket gophers and their chewing lice
N. A. Moran, von Dohlen, C. D., Baumann, P.1995Faster evolutionary rates in endosymbiotic bacteria than in cospeciating insect hosts
M. M. Metcalf1929Parasites and the aid they give in problems of taxonomy, gographical distribution, and paleogeography
I. K. Marshall2003A morphological phylogeny for four families of amblyceran lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera: Menoponidae, Boopidae, Laemobothriidae, Ricinidae)
J. A. Jackson1999Analysis of parasite host-switching: limitations on the use of phylogenies
J. Hughes, Kennedy, M., Johnson, K. P., Palma, R. L., Page, R. D. M.2007Multiple cophylogenetic analyses reveal frequent cospeciation between Pelecaniform birds and Pectinopygus lice
J. P. Huelsenbeck, Rannala, B., Yang, Z.1997Statistical tests of host parasite cospeciation
M. S. Hafner, Nadler S. A.1988Phylogenetic trees support the coevolution of parasites and their hosts
J. W. Demastes, Hafner M. S.1993Cospeciation of pocket gophers (Geomys) and their chewing lice (Geomydoecus)
D. H. Clayton, Johnson K. P.2003Linking coevolutionary history to ecological process: Doves and lice
D. H. Clayton, Bush, S. E., Johnson, K. P.2004Ecology of Congruence: Past Meets Present
T. A. Catanach, Johnson, K. P., Marks, B. D., Moyle, R. G., Valim, M. Paiva, Weckstein, J. D.2019Two lineages of kingfisher feather lice exhibit differing degrees of cospeciation with their hosts
S. C. Barker1994Phylogeny and classification, origins and evolution of host associations of lice
J. C. Banks, Palma, R. L., Paterson, A. M.2006Cophylogenetic relationships between penguins and their chewing lice
N. Alcala, Jenkins, T., Christe, P., Vuilleumier, S.2017Host shift and cospeciation rate estimation from co-phylogenies
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith