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2 edition of Mallophaga of New England birds found in the catalog.

Mallophaga of New England birds

James E. Keirans

Mallophaga of New England birds

by James E. Keirans

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, University of New Hampshire in Durham, N.H .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New England.
    • Subjects:
    • Mallophaga -- New England.,
    • Birds -- Parasites.,
    • Parasites -- New England.,
    • Birds -- Parasites -- New England.,
    • Insects -- New England.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James E. Keirans.
      Series[New Hampshire. Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham] Station bulletin,, 492, Station bulletin (New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 492.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL503.M2 K15
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 179 p.
      Number of Pages179
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5638207M
      LC Control Number68066360

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KEIRANS, JAMES EDWARD JR., "THE MALLOPHAGA OF NEW ENGLAND BIRDS" (). The great innovation of the new Crossley guide is the use of multiple photos for each species, showing the bird from the variety of angles that one might encounter in the field. However, the most useful elements are the large background habitat photos, putting.

The Mallophaga are a suborder of lice, known as chewing lice, biting lice, or bird lice, containing more than lice are external parasites that feed mainly on birds, although some species also feed on mammals.

They infest both domestic and wild animals and birds, and cause considerable irritation to their hosts.

They have paurometabolis or incomplete metamorphosis. Many birds that are not quite adaptable enough for city life still carve out a niche for themselves alongside humans.

Commonly known as the "backyard birds," these recognizable feathered friends are common sights at backyard feeders and in municipal parks. The birds featured range from familiar backyard birds, not-as-often seen songbirds, birds of prey and shorebirds.

Bird Book Look is not intended to be reviews of books about birds, but rather just letting readers know what new bird books are out there. I can say, however, that I really enjoy this book, both Continue reading →.

The best bird guide and bird watching search engine to identify birds in the world. logo design courtesy of The Haller Company Web01 08/27/ The Anoplura are sometimes combined with the Mallophaga into one order called the Phthiraptera ; Biting lice body pattern.

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In a photo of a bird, you are seeing one individual of that species, in. Keirans JE. () The Mallophaga of New England birds. PhD thesis, University of New Hampshire, New Hampshire, x + pp. Kennedy MJ. () Synopsis of parasites of domesticated mammals of Canada.

Alberta Agriculture, Animal Health Division, Edmonton, Alberta, 53 pp / [Google Scholar] Kennedy MJ, Newman RA.About this book. Language: Spanish. This monograph of the Fauna Ibérica Series is devoted to the suborder Amblycera, and is the first part of a study on Mallophaga (insect ectoparasites of birds and mammals) found in the Ibero-Balearic area.

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