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LANGERON, M. (1912) Mission parasitologique en Tunisie (Septembre. Octobre 1911). Arch. Parasit. Paris, 12(3):l.1.2..473.

(1921) Deuxieme mission parasitologique en Tunisie Tamerza (Septembre.0ctobre 1919). Arch. Insts Pasteur Afr. N., _;(4)=31.v.3az.

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(1927) Description d'une nouvelle espece de Rhi ice. halus du Congo Belge Rhi ice halus schwetzi, n.sp. Ëev. zool. afr., L5_(2S:2fl£2I5.

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LAWRENCE, D. A. (1935) Report of the director of veterinary research, Southern Rhodesia, 1934, Salisbury, pp. 1.10.

(1937) Ibid, 1936, pp. 1.12.
(19381) Ibid, 1937, pp. 1.12.

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LEES, A. D. (194611) The water balance in Ixodes ricinus L. and

certain other species of ticks. Paras1't3Iogy, 37(1..2): 1.20.

(19468) Chloride regulation and the function of the coxal glands in ticks. Ibid, _3_'_7(3_z.)=172_1s1..

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LEES, A. n. & BEAMENT, J. w. L. (191.8) An eg waxing organ in ticks. Quart. J. micr. Sci., §9(3§:291_332.

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(1952) The recorded distribution of Ornithodoros moubata (Murray) (Acarina). Ibid, £§(2):Z5'7-III.

(1953) Some notes on the recorded distribution of 0 world species of Ornithodoros (Acarina). Ibid, 4_1.(3) = 517.526. _"_"‘-

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(1956) Further notes on the geographical distri.

ion of old world species of Ornithodoros (Acarina). Ibid. £>(4)=74'z.71.8. """"'_"

LE om, P. (1931) L'epidemie/de riévre recurrente au Ouadai (Tchad) 1925.19.28. Arm. Med. Pharm. co1on., §(1)=11.8.l65

LE GAE, P. & BGKJEIX, L. (191.5) Premier cas de fievre boutonneuse

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LE ROUX, L. P. (1934) Report of the assistant veterinary re. search officer. Rep. Dep. Anim. Hlth N. Rhod., 1933, pp. 28.71.

(1937) Appendix C. Central Research Station, Hazabuka. Annual report, 1936. Rep. vet. Dep. N. Rhod., 1936, pp. 1.6.70.

(191.7) Ibid, 191.6. [Net seen]

LERUTH, R. (1931) Note preliminaire sur la faune cavernicolelde la Belgique. Bull. Soc. belge Etud. Géol. et archeol., lQ:88..10l.

(193%) Etudes biospeologiques XII. Remarques eco1o.. giques et biologiques sur des stations visitées en Roumanie. Bull. Mus. Hist. nat. Be1g., _1_5:1...51.

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(19395) La biologie du domains souterrain et la farune cacvernicole de la Belgique. Hem. Mus. Hist. nat. Be1g., §'_7:1..506.

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LEWIS, D. J. (1953) The Tabanidae of the A.nglo..Egyptian Sudan.
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LEWIS, E. A. (19311) Observations on ticks and ticlgborne dis. eases. Bull. Dep. Agric. Kenya, No. 2 Of 1931, 15 pp.

(l931B) A study of the ticks in Kenya Colony. The influence of natural conditions and other factors on their distribution and the inCid8I1¢8 Of U-61¢-b01'ne diseases. Part I. A report on an investigation into the tick problem in the Rift Valley, Kenya Colony. 31111. Dep. Agric. Kenya, No. 17 of 1931. 19 PP

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LEWIS, E. A. (19310) Report On tick survey in Kenya Colony.
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(l932A) Some tick investigations in Kenya Colony. arasitology, £§(2):l75_l82.

(l932B) A study of the ticks in Kenya Colony. The influence of natural conditions and other factors on

their distribution and the incidence of tickiborne diseases. Part II. A report on an investi ation into the tick problem in the Rift Valley (contd , the Uasin Gishu, and the Trans Nzoia Districts, Kenya Colony. Bull. Dep. Agric. Kenya, No. 6 of 1932, 33 pp.

(1933) Rhi ice halus ayrei n. sp. (a tick) from enya Colony. Parasitology, 25(2):269..272.

(1934) A study of the ticks in Kenya Colony. The nfluence of natural conditions and other factors on their distribution and the incidence of tick_borne diseases. Part III. Investigations into the tick problem in the Masai Reserve. Bull. Dept. Agric.

Kenya, No. 7 of 1934, 67 pp.

(19391) The ticks of East Africa. Part 1. Species, istribution, influence of climate, habits, and life histories. Empire J. exp. Agric., Z(27):26&_270.

(19393) Idem. Part II. Tick.borne diseases and *-'_Bet ir eehtr"1_e . Ibid, _'_7(28)=299.30z..

(1943) East Coast fever and the African buffalo, _—"'_'Et e eland and the bushbuck. E. Afr. agric. -1., 9(2): 90.92.

(1946) Nairobi sheep disease; the survival of the

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(1950) Conditions affecting the East Coast fever

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