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631
Scientific Name Dennyus distinctus distinctus
Comments Parasite of the common swift Apus apus
Reference Clayton, D.H., Price, R.D. & Page, R.D.M. 1996. Revision of Dennyus (Collodennyus) lice (Phthiraptera: Menoponidae) from swiftlets, with descriptions of new taxa and a comparison of host-parasite relationships." Systematic Entomology 21: 179-204.
Copyright © 1996 Systematic Entomology
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Attached to Group Amblycera: view page image collection
Title dennyus.gif
Image Type Drawing/Painting
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ID 631
1711
Reference modified from Hafner, M.S. & Nadler, S.A. (1988) "Phylogenetic trees support the coevolution of parasites and their hosts." Nature 332: 258-259
Acknowledgements Pocket gopher photo from Sevilleta LTER mammal page Gopher louse SEM copyright 1996, Jim Demastes and Mark Hafner.
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Image Type Diagram
ID 1711
2012
Scientific Name Geomydoecus texanus
Comments A pocket gopher louse
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Sex Female
Copyright © 1996 Jim Demastes and Mark Hafner
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Attached to Group Geomydoecus: view page image collection
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ID 2012
2672 Two feather lice attached to the abdomen of a louse-fly
Comments Two feather lice attached to the abdomen of a louse-fly
Reference Drawing from Rothschild, M. and Clay, T. (1952). Fleas, flukes & Cuckoos: A study of bird ectoparasites. Colins (New Naturalist Series), London).
Behavior phoresy
Copyright © 1952 Colins Publishers
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Attached to Group Phthiraptera: view page image collection
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ALT Text Two feather lice attached to the abdomen of a louse-fly
ID 2672
2741
Scientific Name Geomydoecus texanus
Comments Pocket gopher louse
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Sex Male
Copyright © 1996 Jim Demastes and Mark Hafner
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Title gopher_male.gif
Image Type Photograph
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ID 2741
4082
Scientific Name Haematopinus eurysternus
Comments Parasite of Bos taurus
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Copyright © 1996 Iowa State University''s Entomology Image Gallery
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ID 4082
4186
Comments Representatives of the four main superfamilies of lice
Reference G. Mauersberger & E. Mey, 1993. Mallophagen und Vogelsystem-Beitrag zur Diskussion der ''Parasitophyletik''. Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum in Berlin, 69, Suppl. Annalen Ornithologie, 17:3-30
Copyright © 1993 Eberhard Mey
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Attached to Group Phthiraptera: view page image collection
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ID 4186
4339 Morphologies of various Mallophagan families
Comments Morphologies of various Mallophagan families. Note that this diagram is intended to illustrate the morphological diversity of the "mallophaga" and should not be interpreted as a classification scheme for chewing lice. I am currently preparing a generic phylogeny for the Ischnocera however no such scheme exists for the Amblycera to date.
Reference Original drawing modified from Lakshminarayana, K. V. (1986). "Data book for the study of chewing lice (Phthiraptera : Insecta)." Records of the Zoological Survey of India: Miscellaneous Publication, Occasional Paper No. 81: 1-63.; modified by R.D.M. Page, 1997
Copyright © 1997 Rod Page
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Attached to Group Phthiraptera: view page image collection
Title mallophaga.gif
Image Type Diagram
ALT Text Morphologies of various Mallophagan families
ID 4339
4509 A pocket gopher louse
Scientific Name Thomomydoecus sp.
Comments A pocket gopher louse
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Copyright © 1997 David Reed
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Attached to Group Thomomydoecus: view page image collection
Title thomomydoecus.gif
Image Type Photograph
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ALT Text A pocket gopher louse
ID 4509
4894
Scientific Name Strigiphilus virgo
Comments An owl parasite
Reference Clayton, D. H. and R. D. Price 1984. Taxonomy of the Strigiphilus cursitans group (Ischnocera: Philopteridae), parasites of owls (Strigiformes). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 77: 340-363.
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Copyright © 1984 Entomological Society of America
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ID 4894
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