Literature

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F. Leoni Werneck1938Linognathus cervicaprae (Lucas)
F. Leoni Werneck1944Nota sobre Linognathus cervicaprae (Anoplura)
P. Weindling1997Die deutsche Wahrnehmung des Fleckfiebers als Bedrohung aus dem Osten im Ersten und Zweiten Weltkrieg
H. Schick1982Beitrag zu einer revision der gattung Eulinognathus sensu lato (Anoplura: Insecta), bezogen auf die wirte Dipodidae und Pedetidae in Afrika und Asien
J. E. Scanlon1955Anoplura from some Korean small mammal hosts
R. Piechocki1955Zur Kenntnis von Neohaematopinus palaearctus OLS. (Insect. Anopl.)
L. George Neumann1912Notes sur les Pédiculidés. III
C. J. Mitchell1971Relative abundance of rats and their ectoparasites in two grain warehouses in Calcutta, India during 1964-1965
A. C. Mishra, Bhat H. R.1972Hoplopleura vandeleuria, sp. nov. and Hoplopleura alticola, sp. nov. (Anoplura: Hoplopleuridae) from Indian rodents
K. R. Lodha1964Some observations on Microthoracius cameli (Linnaeus) infestation in camels in Rajasthan, India
R. E. Kuntz, Myers, B. J., Bergner, J. F., Armstrong, D. E.1968Parasites and commensales of the Taiwan Macaque (Macaca cyclopis, Swinhoe, 1862)
M. A. J. Khan, Khanum Z.1980Neohaematopinus qadrii, new species parasitizing Funambulus pennanti Wroughton
K. Kaneko1954Description of a new species of Enderleinellus collected from the South Formosan Squirrel naturalized into Japan
K. Kaneko1955Studies on the murine lice in Japan (Part I). A revision of the 9 species of Japanese murine lice
K. Kaneko1956Studies on the murine lice in Japan. (Part 2) Description of Hoplopleura himenezumi n.sp. (Hoplopleuridae, Anoplura) collected from Apodemus argentus argentus
T. E. Houdemer1938Liste des hôtes et de leurs parasites
H. Hoogstraal1958The elephant louse, Haematomyzus elephantis Piaget, 1809, on wild African, elephants and warthogs
T. R. Hadi, Sarbini, S., Brown, R. J.1983Small mammalian ectoparasites from the Mount Bromo area, East Java, Indonesia
P. F. Goubau1984Relapsing fevers. A review
S. M. Das, Sharma B. D.1970On Haematopinus eurysternus, Nitzsch (1818) (Siphunculuata: Haematopinidae) from Kashmir
D. I. Blagoveshtchensky1966New forms of lice (Siphunculata) parasites of pinnipeds and hares
D. I. Blagoveshtchensky1972Mallophaga and Siphunculata from some mammals of China and Vietnam
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