Literature

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J. K. Waage1979The evolution of insect/vertebrate associations
A. D. Sweet, Boyd, B. M., Johnson, K. P.2016Cophylogenetic patterns are uncorrelated between two lineages of parasites on the same hosts
V. Stuart Smith, Light, J. E., Durden, L. A.2008Rodent louse diversity, phylogeny, and cospeciation in the Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru
R. Ramli, Cusack, M., Curry, G. B., Furness, R. W.2000Morphological variation of chewing lice (Insecta : Phthiraptera) from different skua taxa
S. Morand, Hafner, M. S., Page, R. D. M., Reed, D. L.2000Comparative body size relationships in pocket gophers and their chewing lice
P. J. Mayhew2003A tale of two analyses: estimating the consequences of shifts in hexapod diversification
K. P. Johnson, Adams, R. J., Clayton, D. H.2002The phylogeny of the louse genus Brueelia does not reflect host phylogeny
M. Jaarola, Tegelstrom, H., Fredga, K.1999Colonization history in Fennoscandian rodents
D. R. Glen, Brooks D. R.1986Parasitological Evidence Pertaining to the Phylogeny of the Hominoid Primates
O. R. P. Bininda-Emonds, Bryant, H. N., Russell, A. P.1998Supraspecific taxa as terminals in cladistic analysis: implicit assumptions of monophyly and a comparison of methods
J. M. C. Dasilva, Oren D. C.1996Application of parsimony analysis of endemicity in amazonian biogeography - an example with primates
T. A. Catanach, Johnson K. P.2015Independent origins of the feather lice (Insecta: Degeeriella ) of raptors
A. I. Camacho, Bello, E., Estabrook, G. F.1997A statistical approach to the evaluation of characters to estimate evolutionary relationships among the species of the aquatic subterranean genus, Iberobathynella (Crustacea, Syncarida)
G. Blanco, De la Puente, J., Corroto, M., Baz, T., Colas, J.2001Condition dependent immune defence in the Magpie: how important is ectoparasitism?
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