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Ticks received 13.VI.1908 from Dr. K. S. Wise of the Public
Hospital, Georgetown, British Guiana, who delivered them
in person.

N 435
RML 104933

72 $ Boophilus microplus
Cows

Along Guyana coast
Received 13.VI.1908
Dr. K. S. Wise

Boophilus austral is
Cows

Along British Guiana coast

Received 13.VI.1908

Dr. K. S. Wise

1 <f, 1 ?to A. D. Imms, Allahabad
Univ., India; 1 <f, 1 $ to Royal
College of Surgeons, London, 20.XII.1909;
1 rf, $'s to Prof. Kellogg, Stanford
Univ.

436

Rhipicephalus sanguineus <f, ¥1 s
larvae

Dog suffering from piroplasmosis
British Guiana

Received 13.VI.1908
Dr. K. S. Wise
(will send notes)

N 436

RML 104934

2 3 $, many larvae & eggs
Rhipicephalus sanguineus

Dog suffering from piroplasmosis

Georgetown (06.48 N, 58.10 W)
Guyana

Received 13.VI.1908
Dr. K. S. Wise

Georgetown locality on vial label

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438-440. Ticks received from Dr. C. M. Wenyon, London School of Tropical Medicine, London E.C., 25.VI.1908.

N 438

Aponomma laeve 2^,2?

Yellow snake, Psammophis sibilans

Barboy, White Nile, Sudan

30.XI.1907

Dr. C. M. Wenyon

N 438
RML 104936

2 rf, 2 ? Aponomma latum

Psammophis sibilans

Barboy, White Nile (15.38 N, 32.31 E),
Sudan

30.XI.1907

Dr. C. M. Wenyon

Host common name is the hissing sand
snake

Charles Morley Wenyon (1878-1948)
graduate of Univ. Leeds, University
College, London, and Guy's Hospital.
Protozoologist at London School of
Tropical Medicine and later Research
Director of the Wellcome Bureau of
Scientific Research. Perhaps the
greatest protozoologist of the century
(Garnham, 1979).

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION

CURRENT STATUS

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N 439
RML 104937

1 <f, 1 $ Aponomma latum

Psammophis sibilans

Sobat River (09.22 N, 31.33 E), Sudan

3.VII.1907

Dr. C. M. Wenyon

Vial label incorrectly states the
locality as River Sobat, Egypt.

N 440
RML 104938

16 L Argas persicus

Fowl s

Mashra ar Raqq (08.25 N, 29.16 E),
Sudan

25.11.1908

Received from Dr. C. M. Wenyon

N 441
RML 104939

4 rf, 6 N, 3 L Argas persicus

Cape Colony, Republic of South Africa

Sent 29.VI.1908

Sent by Mr. C. P. Lounsbury

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION

CURRENT STATUS

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N 442a, b
RML 104940

(a) 6 L Amblyomrna sp.

(b) 1 a, 2 ? Amblyomrna sp.

(c) MISSING

Struthio camel us

White Nile (15.38 N, 32.31 E), Sudan

25.VI.1908

Dr. C. M. Wenyon

Date and collector information
taken from vial label

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