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Studies in Neotropical Mallophaga, XVII: A New Family (Trochiliphagidae) and a New Genus of the Lice of Hummingbirds. Studies in neotropical mallophaga. XII. Lice of the tinamous. CARRIKER MA. Rev Bras Biol,01 Aug Cited by: 0 articles | PMID: Studies on the digestion of wool by insects.
Some features of digestion in chewing lice (Mallophaga) from bird and mammalian hosts. WATERHOUSE DF. Aust. Book review. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment: Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. Biting lice from the order Mallophaga, Gyropus ovalis, Gliricola porcelli, and Trimenopon hispidum (previously Trimenopon jenningsi) are often observed in guinea pigs (Baker, ).
porcelli, the most commonly observed of the three, is known as the “slender louse” due to its general appearance, especially when compared to G. ovalis or the “oval louse” (Baker, ; Harkness and. millions of books, comics and audiobooks. Scribd applications can be obtained for Apple and Android devices.
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Revista Brasileira do Entomologia. 2: Carriker Jr., M. A. On some Mallophaga from Trinidad, W.I. and British Guiana in .Synonyms for Mallophaga in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Mallophaga. 1 synonym for Mallophaga: order Mallophaga. What are synonyms for Mallophaga? Floristic studies focus on the drylands and wet tropics of Brazil and the Andes of Ecuador, including monographic work on the large genus Caesalpinia."  His numerous scientific articles (over as author or co-author)  have been published in leading journals such as Brittonia, Curtis's Botanical Magazine and Kew Bulletin.