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Clark, F1998Prevalence of the cat flea Ctenocephalides felis and oocyte development during autumn and winter in Leicester City, U.K.
Clark, F1989Studies on three congeneric species of fleas [Ceratophyllus] (Siphonaptera) from the nests of Delichon urbica urbica in England. (Abstract)
Clark, F1978Some records of fleas (Siphonaptera) from English birds and mammals.
Clark, J1906Insects, Diptera in: Page, W., The Victoria history of the county of Cornwall.
Clark, F, Hill, LA1999The colonisation of artificial house martin (Delichon urbica L.) nests by ectoparasites (Siphonaptera: Diptera: Hemiptera: Acari).
Clark, F, McNeil, DAC1991Temporal variation in the population densities of fleas in house martin nests (Delichon u. urbica) (Linnaeus) in Leicestershire, UK.
Clark, F, McNeil, DAC1984Records of fleas from nests of house martins (Delichon urbica urbica (L.)) in Cornwall and Derbyshire.
Clark, F, McNeil, DAC1981The variation in population densities of fleas in house martin nests in Leicestershire.
Clark, F, McNeil, DAC1981Geographical distribution of house martin fleas in Leicestershire.
Clegg, TM1965Nosopsyllus londiniensis (Rothschild) (Siphonaptera, Ceratophyllidae) in a south Yorkshire coal-mine.
Cocks, WP1852Contributions to the Falmouth fauna.
Corbet, GB1964Records of small mammals and their parasites from the Islands of Scarba and Luing, Inner Hebrides.
Cotton, MJ1970The reproductive biology of Ctenophthalmus nobilis (Rothschild) (Siphonaptera).
Cotton, MJ1969The reproductive biology of Megabothris turbidus (Roths.) (Siphonaptera).
Cotton, MJ1965Biology of the fleas of small mammals.
Cotton, MJ1961Fleas (Siphonaptera) recorded from Lundy Island.
Cotton, MJ1960Siphonaptera from Northumberland.
Couatarmanac’h, A, Linn, IJ1988Two fleas (Siphonaptera) new to the Lundy list: Were there once woodmice Apodemus sylvaticus on the island?
Coward, PS1991Fleas in southern England.
Cowx, NC1967Some aspects of the ecology and biology of some small mammal fleas from Yorkshire.
Curtis, J1832CERATOPHYLLUS ELONGATUS. Yellow Bat's Flea.
Curtis, J1826PULEX TALPAE. Mole's Flea.
Dale, CW1892The Diptera of Dorsetshire.
Dale, CW1891The Diptera of West Cornwall.
Dale, CW1891The Diptera of Dorsetshire.
Dale, CW1890Notes on Pulicidae.
Dale, CW1878The History of Glanville’s Wootton in the county of Dorset, including its zoology and botany.
Dasgupta, B1958A new Schistogregarien, Mattesia orchopiae n.s.p., in a flea of squirrels in England.
Dasgupta, B, Meedeniya, K1958The vector of Hepatozoon sciuri.
Davies, DS1917Notes on plague in Bristol in 1916.
Davis, RA1957Mammal fleas on Skokholm.
Davis, DHS1934A preliminary survey of the nest fauna of short-tailed voles (Microtus agrestis and M. hirtus).
Devlin, TRE, Lloyd-Evans, L1967Mammals at Rye Meads and analysis of Barn Owl pellets.
Donisthorpe, H1935Some parasites etc., in the nests of house martins (Chelidon urbica, Linn.) in Windsor Forest.
Donisthorpe, H1925Insects in the nest of the grey squirrel.
Douthwaite, RJ1966Cambridge Irish seabird project: mammals.
DuFeu, CR1987Some observations on fleas emerging from tit nestboxes.
Duffy, EAJ1945The coleopterous fauna of the Hants-Surrey border.
Dunlop, GA1908The Orkney vole and its parasites.
Dunnet, GM1971Chaetopsylla trichosa trichosa, a new flea for Britain.
Dunnet, GM1950Fleas (Siphonaptera) from mammals in Aberdeenshire.
Dunnet, GM, Allan, RM1955Annual and regional variation in the flea populations of nests of the house-martin Martula u. urbica (L.) in North-East Scotland.
Eagles, TR1947Report of the South London Entomological and Natural History Society – January 8th, 1947.
Edwards, FB1969Fleas.
Edwards, FB1961Some notes on bats for 1960.
Edwards, FW1934Aphaniptera.
Edwards, FW1925Insects inhabiting birds’ nests.
Elton, C1936Parasites from rodents and shrews in the Outer Hebrides.
Elton, C1934Metazoan parasites from mice in the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides.
Evans, W1910Notes on Siphonaptera.


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