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ABSUDALLAM, M. & SARHAR, M. M. (1953) Trees as habitats of the

fowl tick Ar as rsicus (Oken). Bull. ent. Res.
5_1.(3)=1.19.'1.10§" E-— ’

ABRAMOV, I. V. (1949) On recurrent equine piroplasmosis. (In Russian). J. agric. Sci., Moscow, ser. g (Vet.), 2§(7):l8.

(1955) The duration of the preservation of the

causal agent of piroplasmosis of horses (Piro lasma caballi in the ticks H alomma lumbeum Panzer, I795. 3'2(3')7Z

‘(IrTR_ussisn). Ibid,__ = 1..

ABRAMOV, I. v., Tsinum, A. A. & LEBEDEV, E. M. (1950) Importance of ticks as transmitter of equine piroplasmosis. (In mission). J. agric. Sci., Moscow, ser. g (Vet.), 32(3). 14.

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*This bibliography consists of 1,880 references. Abbreviations follow the World List of Scientific Periodicals, Third Edition, 1950, London. All references, unless otherwise noted, are in the writer's files at U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit Number Three, Cairo, in published or reprint form, or as photostats or printed photographs of the original. Thanks are due Miss Nellie Medzadour for assistance in obtaining literature. The United States Department of Agriculture Index;Catalogue of Med. ical and Veterinary Zoology has been of inestimable assistance for bibliographic work, as have been Tropical Diseases Bulletin and Review of Applied Entomology. For obtaining literature, the services of the Armed Forces Medical Library, Library of Congress, United States Department of Agriculture, UNESCO, and the National Research Council of Egypt, have been utilized and are gratefully acknowledged.

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mans, w. 14. (1912) The blood..sucking a1“bh1'0p0dS of Zanzibar harm. ful to man or stock. Zanzibar Gov't. Leaflet No. 2,

13 pp.

(1914) Entomologr in relation to public health and medicine. Med. Sanit. Rep. Zanzibar (1913), pp. 76.82.

(19171) Idem. Ibid. (1916), pp. 1.7.1.9.

(l9l7B) Insects injurious to man and stock in i""'Z"eheibe1-. BuJ.l. ent. Res., _'_7(1.)=391_1.o1.

ADLER, S. (1952) Les piroplasmoses chez les bovidés en Israel.
BuJ.l. Off. int. Epiz. I, _3§:57Q.57l|..

ADLER, s. & ~, B. (191.6) The differentiation of ) ticks of the genus Hyflomma in Palestine. In Hebrew .

Refuah vet., g(3)=9 .
(191.8) A note on the genus

Héalomma Koch in Palestine. Parasitology, _§2(IL.2):

"AGRICOLA" (191.6) Arsenic..resistant ticks. (Letter to editor). Furs‘ Wkly, Bloemfontein, 72:55. (Also, "The Director of Veterinary Services replies." Same page).

AGRINSKY, N. (l937) On ticks as transmitters of equine nutta]... liosis in Middle Asia. (In Russian, English summary).

Acta Univ. Asiae med., Q-_a;.(3l), 9 pp.

ALCGIK, A. (1915) Report of the entomologist to the London School of Tropical Meaieihe......1911.. Etc. [From mm, B,

g(9)=129 (191s)_7

ALEXANDER, R. A. (1931) Heartwater. The present state of our knowledge of the disease. 17th Rep. Dir. vet. Serv.

us. m~., pp. 89.150.

Atmuumma, R. A. s. NEITZ, w. 0. (1933) The transmission of louping

ill of sheep by ticks (Rhipicephalus apgndiculatus). Vet. J‘.", '_§_9=32o.323. " -I 3 ~ _

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ALEXANDHI, R. A. & NEITZ, W. O. (1935) The transmission of louping ill by ticks Rhi ice halus a ndiculatus). Onder_ stepoort J. ve . i., _ =I§§§I;.

ALEXANDER, R. A., mason, J. H. & NEITZ, w. 0. (1939) Studies of the rickettsias of the typhus.rocky.mc1mtain.spotted.

fever group in South Africa. I. Isolation of strains. Onderstepoort J. vet. Sci., _l_g(1)=l9_23.

ALFEEV, N. I. (1948) New abnormalities in the female alomma dromedarii Koch. (In Russian). Zool. Zh. =

mrm.-' '

(l95l) On the changeability of metamorphosis in ixodid ticks. (In Russian). Rev. Ent. U.R.S.S.,

gl(3_1.)=a98.1.03.

ALLEN, c. M. & LOVERIDGE, A. (1933) Reports on the scientific results of an expedition to the southwestern highlands of Tanganyika Territory. II. Maxmnals. Bull. Mus. comp. Zool. Harv., _'§(2):47.140.

ALUIMOV, A. Y. (1935) Relapsing fever in Persia. (In Russian), pp. 54.67, in: Parasites, Vectors, and Venemous Animals. Rec. Trav. 25th Anniv, sci. Pavlovsky 1909.34, Moskow.

AMARAL LEAL, J. & SANT'ANNA, J. F. (1909) Ornithodorus moubata
in Lourengo Marques. Arch. Med. Iisga, 2:87.88.
[ Not seen; year of issue 1898?]

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY (1951.) Atlas of diseases. Plate 12. World distribution of rickettsial diseases.tick and mite vectors. (See also "erratum" sheet for above map). New York.

(1955) Idem. Plate 16. World dis. tribution of spirochetal diseases. 2. Relapsing fevers

(1ouse..borne and tick.borne). New York.

ANASTOS, G. (1950) The scutate ticks, or Ixodidae, of Indonesia. Ent. amer., _3_Q(1.-4):l.144.

mnsros, c. (1954) The 3rd Da.nish expedition to Central Asia. Zoological results 12. Ticks (Chelicerata) from Afgha.. nistan. Vidensk. Medd. dansk. naturh. Foren. Kbh., _l§:169-171..

ANDERSON, c. w. (1935) Sur la presence d'(_). erraticus inreete’ par §p. his ‘cum dans la banlieue de Tfis. Arch. Inst. Pasteur %s, _2{_.(3-l.):l.83-1.92.

ANDERSON, C. W. & SICART, M. (1937) Nouveaux cas de fievre re. currente hispano..africaine observes dans un meme foyer

du nord de la regence. Etude des virus isole's. Arch. Inst. Pasteur Tunis, _2_6(2)=25o_256.

ANDERSON, T. F. (191.7) Tick control by gammexane. E. Air. med. J., 2_;.(7)=259_2e1.

ANDERSON, T. J . (l92J,.A) Bloodsucking insects and their allies in the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya. Kenya med. J . ,

5111>p- . 11» pp

(l92l..B) Ectoparasites recorded from Kenya Colony tectorate, with their hosts. Ibid, Supp. 2,

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8 pp.

ANDRE, M. (1935) Les acariens figures par Savigny dans la Descrip. tion de l'Egypte. Bull. Mus. Hist. nat., Paris, _'_7(3): 197-200.

ANDRE, M. & LAVY, E. (1931) Les acariens parasites des mollusques (Notes complementaires). J. Conchyliol., 15:322.

ANDREWS, F. W. (1948) The vegetation of the Sudan. In: J . D. Tothill, ed., Agriculture in the Sudan, Chap. IV, pp. 32.61. Oxford Press.

nzcmovsxx, T. P. (1954) Contribution to the knowledge of the tick fauna in the people's republic of Macedonia. I. The tick fauna of the district of Skopl'e. (In Serbian, French summary). Acta vet., Belgrade, _l_.(2):

53-57.

ANIGSTEIN, L., WHITNEY, D. M. & MICKS, D. w. (l950A) Antibacterial factor in tick extracts. Texas Rep. Biol. Med., 8(1): 86.100. '

(195012) Antibacterial ac in y o a s s ance presen n ticks (Ixodoidea) of Texas. Nature, Lond., l6__6:1A.l.l45.

ANNECKE, S. (1952) Relapsing fever. (Correspondence). S. Afr. med. J., g_§(35)='720.

ANNECKE, s. & cum, P. (1952) Relapsing fever in South Africa, its control. S. Afr. med. J., 2_f>(22):l.55-1.60.

"ANXIOUS" (1943) Local shortage of dipping fluid. (Letter to editor). Fmrs‘ Wkly, Bloemfontein, 25:175.

ARAKIAN, A. A. & LEBEDEV, A. 1). (1955) Natural foci of hemorrhagic fevers (In Russian). J . Microbiol., Moscow, 5:20.26.

ARCHIBALD, R. G. (1923) Kala.azar in the Sudan with special ref. erence to its treatment by tartar emetic. Amer. J .

trop. Med. , g(1.)=307_321,.

ARTHUR, D. R. (1951) The capitulum and feeding mechanism of Ixodes hexggonus Leach. Parasitology, é_1(1..2):66..8l.

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(l953A) The morpholog of the British Prostriata wi h particular reference to Ixodes hexggonus Leach. II. Ibid, -'.2(3-z.)=1o1_1so.

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(l953B) The capitulum and feeding mechanism of xodes hexgonus Leach. II. Ibid, £(3-4):l87.19l.

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(19530) Ixodes theileri n. sp., with observations on species coH'used therewith. Ibid, i§_(3-l.):239-245.

(195311) Heller's organ of ticks. Entomologist, :23-21»

I (1955) Ixodes hoo straali, a new species of tick __"'_'Y~F'om Yemen._F"‘eree"_I’7.‘5ito ogy, (1_2)=12a_130.

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