Literature

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Pearce, EK1915Typical flies. A photographic atlas of Diptera, including Aphaniptera.
Pearman, JV1926Report of Entomological section.
Peirce, MA, Neal, C1974Trypanosoma (Megatrypanum) pestanai in British badgers (Meles meles).
Pelham-Clinton, EC1962Some records of Siphonaptera previously unrecorded from Scotland.
Phillips, NR, Underwood, PJ1961Ctenopthalmus congener congener Roths., and other fleas, recorded from Essex
Philp, EG1962Siphonaptera from Kent – I.
Rayment, F1995Nests too dry for fleas?
Redgate, ND1989Ischnopsyllus octactenus (Kolenati) (Siphonaptera: Ischnopsyllidae): a new vice county record.
Roberts, CJ1972Further information concerning the distribution and hosts of Siphonaptera in Great Britain.
Ross, JG, Fairley, JS1969Studies of disease in the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in Northern Ireland.
Rothschild, M1973[Exhibit of a female Pulex irritans from a tenth century Viking pit nr Dublin, Eire].
Rothschild, M1963A rise in the flea-index on the hare (Lepus europaeus Pallas) with relevant notes on the fox (Vulpes vulpes (L.)) and wood-pigeon (Columba palumbus L.) at Ashton, Peterborough.
Rothschild, M1963A further note on Ceratophyllus rusticus Wagner (1903) (Siphonaptera) at Ashton Wold.
Rothschild, M1958Fleas from the nest of the St. Kilda wren (Troglodytes troglodytes hirtensis (Seeb.).
Rothschild, M1958The bird fleas of Fair Isle.
Rothschild, M1957The sand martin flea at Oundle, Northamptonshire.
Rothschild, M1955The distribution of Ceratophyllus borealis Rothschild, 1906, and C. garei Rothschild, 1902, with records of specimens intermediate between the two.
Rothschild, M1952A collection of fleas from the bodies of British birds, with notes on their distribution and host preferences.
Rothschild, M1948Bird fleas collected by Miss Theresa Clay, Colonel Richard Meinertzhagen and Captain W. H. Pollen in the Island of Ushant, Brittany, France, with a note on the distribution of C. borealis R. 1907.
Rothschild, M1947A note on Ceratophyllus rusticus Wagner (1903) (Siphonaptera) at Ashton Wold.
Rothschild, M1936Megabothris rectangulatus Wahlg. 1903, a flea new to Great Britain.
Rothschild, NC1916The occurrence of Xenopsylla cheopis Roths. in Bristol.
Rothschild, NC1915A synopsis of the British Siphonaptera.
Rothschild, NC1913Description of the male of Ceratophyllus borealis Roths. (1906).
Rothschild, NC1913The host of Ornithopsylla laetitiae Rothsch.
Rothschild, NC1912A new British flea.
Rothschild, NC1911Xenopsylla cheopis Rothsch. in London.
Rothschild, NC1911A further note on Xenopsylla cheopis Rothsch.
Rothschild, NC1910A synopsis of the fleas found on Mus norwegicus decumanus, Mus rattus alexandrinus and Mus musculus.
Rothschild, NC1909On Ctenopsyllus spectabilis and some closely allied species.
Rothschild, NC1909Notes on the five-combed bat-fleas forming the genus Nycteridopsylla Oudemans.
Rothschild, NC1908A new British flea.
Rothschild, NC1908A new species of bat-flea from Great Britain.
Rothschild, NC1907A new British flea.
Rothschild, NC1907A new British flea.
Rothschild, NC1906A new British flea: Ceratophyllus insularis, spec. nov.
Rothschild, NC1905A new British flea: Ceratophyllus farreni, spec. nov.
Rothschild, NC1905Occurrence of Pulex cheopis, Rothsch., at Plymouth.
Rothschild, NC1903A new British flea, Ceratophyllus dalei, sp. nov.
Rothschild, NC1903A new British flea: Ceratophyllus londiniensis.
Rothschild, NC1903A new British flea: Typhloceras poppei, Wagner.
Rothschild, NC1903Ceratophyllus fringillae, Walker.
Rothschild, NC1903Types of Siphonaptera in the Daleian Collection.
Rothschild, NC1902New British fleas.
Rothschild, NC1901A new British flea.
Rothschild, NC1900A new British flea.
Rothschild, NC1900The giant flea: Hystrichopsylla talpae.
Rothschild, NC1900Notes on Pulex avium Taschb.
Rothschild, NC1899Irish fleas.
Rothschild, NC1898A new British flea: Typhlopsylla spectabilis, sp. nov.

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