Literature

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Yerbury, JW1908Insects, Diptera.
Woodroffe, GE, Southgate, BJ1951Birds’ nests as a source of domestic pests.
Woodroffe, GE1956Some insects and mites associated with bat-roosts, with a discussion of the feeding habits of the Cheyletids (Acarina).
Williamson, K1940Numbers of black redstarts on passage in Man.
Williamson, K1949Fair Isle Bird observatory. First report, 1948.
Williamson, K1951Ectoparasites.
Williamson, K1952Fleas and flatflies.
Williamson, K1952Records of fleas from Fair Isle birds.
Williamson, K1954Bird fleas at Fair Isle in spring 1954.
Williamson, K1955Records of bird-fleas at Fair Isle in summer and autumn, 1954.
Whitehead, PF1988The invertebrate fauna of a starling’s nest in Worcestershire.
White, CT1934Espèces et nombres de puces trouvées sur les rats, pris à terre, dans le port de Londres.
Welch, RC1974New flea and Coleoptera records from heron’s nests in Kent.
Waterston, J1906On some Scottish Siphonaptera.
Waterston, J1908Ceratophyllus borealis, Rothsch., in Berwickshire.
Waterston, J1909On some Scottish Siphonaptera II.
Waterston, J1910Notes on some ectoparasites in the Museum, Perth.
Waterston, J1910On some habits and hosts of bird Ceratophylli taken in Scotland in 1909; with description of a new species (C. rothschildi), and records of various Siphonaptera.
Waterston, J1913Variation in the genal comb of Typhloceas poppei, Wagn.
Waterston, J1914Some records of Scottish Siphonaptera.
Waterston, J1923On the occurrence, near London, of the flea Ceratophyllus vagabundus Boh. under unusual circumstances.
Waterston, AR1981Present knowledge of the non-marine invertebrate fauna of the Outer Hebrides.
Walton, KC, Page, RJC1970Some ectoparasites found on polecats in Britain.
Walton, KC1964Cardiganshire flea records.
Walsh, GB1924The passage of apterous insect parasites, etc., from host to host.
Walsh, GB1928Some Yorkshire bat parasites.
Walsh, GB1938A further contribution to a list of Yorkshire Siphonaptera.
Walker, JJ1894(Hystricopsylla talpae from Kent).
Walker, JJ1898Hystricopsylla talpae, Curt. (obtusiceps, Rits.), at Chatham.
Walker, JJ1905(Hystricopsylla talpae in Oxford district).
Walker, JJ1906(Hystricopsylla talpae from Hants).
Walker, JJ1907Medon castaneus, Grav., and other Coleoptera in moles’ nests near Oxford.
Verrall, GH1875(Exhibit of rabbit fleas) (1878) The natural history of Hastings and St. Leonards and the vicinity. Hastings, p.35.
Verrall, GH1878The natural history of Hastings and St. Leonards and the vicinity.
Verdcourt, B1945Records of the Bedfordshire Siphonaptera.
Verdcourt, B1949Miscellaneous records of Arachnida and Insecta from N. W. Hertfordshire.
Vaughan, JA1977Straggler fleas found on rabbits collected in Surrey and on myxomatous rabbits collected throughout Britain.
Varma, MGR, Page, RJC1966The epidemiology of louping ill in Ayrshire, Scotland: ectoparasites of small mammals. I. (Siphonaptera).
Usher, MB1968Megabothris turbidus (Rothschild), a flea new to Scotland.
Usher, MB1968A new species of bird flea from the Manx Shearwater in Scotland.
Usher, MB1968Notes on Ctenophthalmus nobilis (Rothschild) (Siphonaptera: Hystrichopsyllidae) and other mole fleas in Scotland.
Twigg, GI1966Notes on the invertebrate fauna of some grey squirrel dreys.
Turk, FA1946The Siphonaptera of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, with the description of a new subspecies.
Tooby, J1947Notes on sand-martins.
Titchener, RN1979Infestation of broiler breeder houses with hen fleas.
Titchener, RN1983The use of Permethrin to control an outbreak of hen fleas (Ceratophyllus gallinae).
Thompson, GB, Harper, GM1963Fleas from Bardsey choughs.
Thompson, GB1934The parasites of British birds and mammals. I. Notes and records.
Thompson, GB1934The parasites of British birds and mammals. II. Records of Ixodoidea (ticks).
Thompson, GB1935The parasites of British birds and mammals. III. On some parasites living in the nest of the house martin (Chelidon u. urbica Linn.).

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