Literature

Authorssort ascendingYearTitle
V. Lyman Kellogg1908Mallophaga
V. Lyman Kellogg191015. Corrodentia. 4. Mallophaga
V. Lyman Kellogg, Paine J. Howard1910Mallophaga from the birds of Laysan Island
V. Lyman Kellogg, Paine J. Howard1910Mallophaga from birds and mammals
V. Lyman Kellogg, Paine J. Howard1911Mallophaga from Bolivian birds
V. Lyman Kellogg, Paine J. Howard1911Mallophaga from Californian birds
V. Lyman Kellogg, Paine J. Howard1911Anoplura and Mallophaga from African hosts
V. Lyman Kellogg, Paine J. Howard1914Mallophaga from the birds (mostly Corvidae and Phasianidae) of India and neighbouring countries
V. Lyman Kellogg, Nakayama S.1914A new Trichodectes from Baja California
V. Lyman Kellogg, Nakayama S.1914Mallophaga of the vizcacha
V. Lyman Kellogg, Nakayama S.1915A new Trichodectes from the goat
V. Lyman Kellogg, Nakayama S.1915Additional Mallophaga from Indian Museum (Calcutta)
V. Lyman Kellogg, Mann W. M.1912A third collection of Mallophaga from Alaskan birds
V. Lyman Kellogg, Mann W. M.1912Mallophaga from islands off Lower California
V. Lyman Kellogg, Kuwana S. Inokichi1901Mallophaga from Alaskan birds
V. Lyman Kellogg, Kuwana S. Inokichi1902Papers from the Hopkins Stanford Galapagos expedition, 1898-1899. X. Entomological results (8). Mallophaga from birds
V. Lyman Kellogg, Ferris G. Floyd1915Anoplura and Mallophaga from Zululand
V. Lyman Kellogg, Ferris G. Floyd1915Anoplura and Mallophaga of north American Mammals.
V. Lyman Kellogg, Chapman B. L.1899Mallophaga from birds of California
V. Lyman Kellogg, Chapman B. L.1902Mallophaga from birds of the Hawaiian Islands
V. Lyman Kellogg, Chapman B. L.1902Mallophaga from birds of the Pacific Coast of North America
V. Lyman Kellogg, Chapman B. L.1904Mallophaga from birds of the Hawaiian Islands
V. Lyman Kellogg1890Some notes on the Mallophaga
V. Lyman Kellogg1896The Mallophaga
V. Lyman Kellogg1896New Mallophaga, I, with special reference to a collection made from maritime birds of the Bay of Monterey, California
V. Lyman Kellogg1896Mallophaga of North American Birds
V. Lyman Kellogg1896Notebook Number 01
V. Lyman Kellogg1896Notebook Number 02
V. Lyman Kellogg1896Notebook Number 03
V. Lyman Kellogg1896Notebook Number 04
V. Lyman Kellogg1896Notebook Number 05
V. Lyman Kellogg1896New Mallophaga, II, from land birds; together with an account of the Mallophagous mouth-parts
V. Lyman Kellogg1898A problem in distribution
V. Lyman Kellogg1899A list of the biting lice (Mallophaga) taken from birds and mammals of North America
V. Lyman Kellogg1899Some parasites of birds
V. Lyman Kellogg1899New Mallophaga III. Mallophaga from birds of Panama, Baja California and Alaska
V. Lyman Kellogg1901Insects and spiders of the Galapagos Islands
V. Lyman Kellogg1901Notebook Number 06
V. Lyman Kellogg1902Are the Mallophaga degenerate Psocids?
V. Lyman Kellogg1902Notebook Number 07
V. Lyman Kellogg1902Notebook Number 08
V. Lyman Kellogg1903Two new genera of Mallophaga
V. Lyman Kellogg1905American insects
V. Lyman Kellogg1906Mallophaga from Argentina
V. Lyman Kellogg1906A second collection of Mallophaga from birds of the Galapagos and Revillagigedo Islands and neighboring waters
V. Lyman Kellogg1906A gigantic new biting bird-louse
V. Lyman Kellogg1906Notebook Number 09
V. Lyman Kellogg1907The mallophagan parasites of the kea
V. Lyman Kellogg1908The Mallophaga of the world: Systematic Summary
V. Lyman Kellogg1908Corrodentia. 4. Mallophaga

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