Literature

Authorssort ascendingYearTitle
M. K. Swales1965The sea-birds of Gouch Island
K. E. L. Simmons1950A Buff-backed Heron incapacitated by Mallophaga
P. C. Rasmussen, Collar N. J.1999Major specimen fraud in the Forest Owlet Heteroglaux (Athene auct.) blewitti
G. D. Rankin1982Mallophaga on the eggs of wading birds
W. Post, Enders F.1970The occurrence of Mallophaga on two bird species occupying the same habitat
P. László Pap, Tököly, J., Szép, T.2005Frequency and consequences of feather holes in Barn Swallows Hirundo rustica
J. H. Oosthuizen, Markus M. B.1967The Haematozoa of South African birds. I: Blood and other parasites of two species of game birds
P. R. Lowe1946On the systematic position of the woodpeckers (Pici), honey guides (Indicator), hoopoes and others
A. G. Knox1993Richard Meinertzhagen - a case of fraud examined
M. Jollie1953Are the Falconiformes a monophyletic group?
G. H. E. Hopkins1942The Mallophaga as an aid to the classification of birds
L. J. S. Harrison1916Bird-parasites and bird-phylogeny
J. M. Harrison1931Jay rendered flightless by depluming lice
D. Goodwin1953Interspecific differences in the anting movements of some corvine birds
C. J. F. Coombs1960Ectoparasites and nest fauna of rooks and jackdaws in Cornwall
T. Clay1946The Mallophagan parasites of the Passeriformes
T. Clay1947The systematic position of the Musophagi as indicated by their Mallophagan parasites
T. Clay1948Relationships within the Sternidae as indicated by their mallophagan Parasites
T. Clay1951The Mallophaga and relationships within the Falconiformes
T. Clay1965The Mallophaga as an aid to the classification of birds
A. H. Chrisholm1944"Anting" by tame magpie
A. H. Chisholm1944The problem of "anting"
leGay J. Brereton, Immelmann K.1962Head-scratching in the Psittaciformes
J. S. Ash1960A study of the Mallophaga of birds with particular reference to their ecology
Harrison,1935Jay rendered flightless
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith