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Amalaraeus penicilliger mustelae

Host species: Apodemus sylvaticus
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Host species: Clethrionomys glareolus
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Host species: Homo sapiens
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Host species: Microtus agrestis
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Host species: Picus viridis
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Host species: Sciurus carolinensis
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Freeman, R.B., 1939. Siphonaptera of the Oxford district. Proceedings of the Ashmolean Natural History Society (1939): 19-24., p.162.
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Host species: Strix aluco
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Ceratophyllus Ceratophyllus fringillae

Host species: Aegithalos caudatus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Parus caeruleus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Parus major
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Sturnus vulgaris
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Turdus merula
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Ceratophyllus Ceratophyllus gallinae

Host species: Aegithalos caudatus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Athene noctua
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Carduelis cannabina
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Certhia familiaris
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Columba palumbus
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Host species: Corvus corone
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Host species: Dendrocopos major
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Rothschild, M., 1952. A collection of fleas from the bodies of British birds, with notes on their distribution and host preferences. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 2(4): 187-232., p.355.
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Host species: Fringilla coelebs
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Hirundo rustica
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Host species: Muscicapa striata
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Parus caeruleus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Parus major
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Passer domesticus
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Woodroffe, G.E. & Southgate, B.J., 1951. Birds’ nests as a source of domestic pests. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 121: 55-62., p.575.
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Host species: Perdix perdix
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Phylloscopus trochilus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Prunella modularis
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Sciurus carolinensis
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Freeman, R.B., 1939. Siphonaptera of the Oxford district. Proceedings of the Ashmolean Natural History Society (1939): 19-24., p.162.
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Host species: Sitta europaea
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Sturnus vulgaris
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Woodroffe, G.E. & Southgate, B.J., 1951. Birds’ nests as a source of domestic pests. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 121: 55-62., p.575.
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Host species: Troglodytes troglodytes
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Turdus merula
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Turdus philomelos
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Unknown host
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Ceratophyllus Ceratophyllus vagabundus insularis

Ceratophyllus Emmareus garei

Host species: Carduelis cannabina
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Host species: Emberiza schoeniclus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Fringilla coelebs
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Host species: Lepus europaeus
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Host species: Phasianus colchicus
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Ceratophyllus Monopsyllus sciurorum sciurorum

Ctenophthalmus Ctenophthalmus nobilis nobilis

Host species: Apodemus sylvaticus
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Host species: Clethrionomys glareolus
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Freeman, R.B., 1942. Note on Rhadinopsylla isacanthus (Roths.). Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 78: 139-140., p.165.
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Host species: Corvus corone
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Mus domesticus
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Host species: Rattus norvegicus
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Host species: Sciurus carolinensis
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Host species: Sorex araneus
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Host species: Talpa europaea
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Host species: Turdus philomelos
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Unknown host
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Smit, F.G.A.M., 1955. Two new subspecies of fleas (Siphonaptera) from the British Isles. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 107: 341-356., p.460.
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Ctenophthalmus Ctenophthalmus nobilis spp.

Host species: Apodemus spp.
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Rothschild, M. & Smit, F.G.A.M., 1955. The distribution of Ctenophthalmus nobilis and Ceratophyllus styx in Britain. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 107: 356-372., p.368.
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Host species: Clethrionomys glareolus
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Cotton, M.J., 1970. The reproductive biology of Ctenophthalmus nobilis (Rothschild) (Siphonaptera). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A) 45(10-12): 141-148., p.96.
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Host species: Microtus agrestis
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Cotton, M.J., 1970. The reproductive biology of Ctenophthalmus nobilis (Rothschild) (Siphonaptera). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A) 45(10-12): 141-148., p.96.
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Host species: Unknown host
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Smit, F.G.A.M., 1955. Two new subspecies of fleas (Siphonaptera) from the British Isles. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 107: 341-356., p.460.
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Dasypsyllus Dasypsyllus gallinulae gallinulae

Host species: Aegithalos caudatus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Erithacus rubecula
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Host species: Fringilla coelebs
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Rothschild, M., 1952. A collection of fleas from the bodies of British birds, with notes on their distribution and host preferences. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 2(4): 187-232., p.355.
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Lullula arborea
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Parus caeruleus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Parus major
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Rothschild, M., 1952. A collection of fleas from the bodies of British birds, with notes on their distribution and host preferences. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 2(4): 187-232., p.355.
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Phylloscopus trochilus
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Prunella modularis
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Regulus regulus
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Host species: Sitta europaea
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Sylvia communis
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Rothschild, M., 1952. A collection of fleas from the bodies of British birds, with notes on their distribution and host preferences. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 2(4): 187-232., p.355.
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Host species: Troglodytes troglodytes
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Turdus merula
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Host species: Turdus philomelos
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Ash, J., 1952. Siphonaptera bred from birds’ nests. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 88: 217-222., p.8.
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Doratopsylla dasycnema dasycnema

Host species: Unknown host
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Smit, F.G.A.M., 1960. Notes on the shrew-flea Doratopsylla dasycnema (Rothschild). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 9(7): 359-367., p.463.
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Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae

Host species: Clethrionomys glareolus
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Freeman, R.B., 1942. Note on Rhadinopsylla isacanthus (Roths.). Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 78: 139-140., p.165.
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Host species: Microtus agrestis
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Host species: Sorex araneus
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Host species: Talpa europaea
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Joy, N.H., 1906. Coleoptera occurring in the nests of mammals and birds. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 42: 198-202., p.254.
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Ischnopsyllus Hexactenopsylla hexactenus

Megabothris Gebiella turbidus

Host species: Clethrionomys glareolus
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Freeman, R.B., 1942. Note on Rhadinopsylla isacanthus (Roths.). Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 78: 139-140., p.165.
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Host species: Microtus agrestis
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Megabothris Megabothris walkeri

Nosopsyllus Nosopsyllus fasciatus

Host species: Rattus norvegicus
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Orchopeas howardi howardi

Palaeopsylla minor

Host species: Talpa europaea
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Palaeopsylla soricis soricis

Host species: Apodemus sylvaticus
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Smit, F.G.A.M., 1960. Notes on Palaeopsylla, a genus of Siphonaptera. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 9(7): 369-386., p.464.
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Host species: Sorex araneus
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Smit, F.G.A.M., 1960. Notes on Palaeopsylla, a genus of Siphonaptera. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 9(7): 369-386., p.464.
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Peromyscopsylla spectabilis

Host species: Clethrionomys glareolus
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Host species: Microtus agrestis
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Cotton, M.J., 1965. Biology of the fleas of small mammals. D.Phil. Thesis, Oxford University., p.94.
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Spilopsyllus cuniculi

Host species: Lepus europaeus
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Host species: Oryctolagus cuniculus
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Ash, J., 1950. Some Berkshire records of Siphonaptera in 1949. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 86: 359., p.7.
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Freeman, R.B., 1939. Siphonaptera of the Oxford district. Proceedings of the Ashmolean Natural History Society (1939): 19-24., p.162.
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Host species: Sciurus carolinensis
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Freeman, R.B., 1939. Siphonaptera of the Oxford district. Proceedings of the Ashmolean Natural History Society (1939): 19-24., p.162.
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Typhloceras poppei poppei

Host species: Apodemus sylvaticus
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Freeman, R.B., 1943. Typhloceras poppei (Wagner) (Siph., Hystrichopsyllidae) in Oxfordshire. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 79: 144., p.166.
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