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J. N. Thompson1999The evolution of species interactions
M. S. Springer, Dejong W. W.2001Phylogenetics - Which mammalian supertree to bark up?
W. S. Seegar, Schiller, E. L., Sladen, W. J. L., Trpis, M.1976A mallophaga, Trinoton anserium, as a cylodevelopmental vector for a heartworm parasite of waterfowl
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E. Pennisi2004Human origins. Louse DNA suggests close contact between early humans
K. F. Meyer, Eddie B.1960Feather mites and ornithosis
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V. Lyman Kellogg1910Mallophagan parasites from the california condor
V. Lyman Kellogg1913Ecto-parasites of the monkeys, apes and man.
V. Lyman Kellogg1913Docophori of the owls
V. Lyman Kellogg1915A fourth mallophagen species from the hoatzin
H. S. Hurlbut, Altman, R. M., Nibley, Jr., C.1952DDT resistance in Korean body lice
J. P. Huelsenbeck, Rannala B.1997Phylogenetic methods come of age: testing hypotheses in an evolutionary context
U. Hossfeld, Olsson L.2002From the modern synthesis to lysenkoism, and back
W. D. Hamilton, Zuk M.1982Heritable true fitness and bright birds: A role for parasites?
M. S. Hafner, Sudman, P. D., Villablanca, F. X., Spradling, T. A., Demastes, J. W., Nadler, S. A.1994Disparate rates of molecular evolution in cospeciating hosts and parasites
A. Feduccia1995Explosive Evolution in Tertiary Birds and Mammals
H. Ellsworth Ewing1924Lice from human mummies
C. P. Eliot1936The insect vector for the natural transmission of Eperythrozoon coccoides in mice
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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith