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ORIGINAL DETERMINATION
N 1295

Ixodes caledonicus 1 <*", 1?
Male = Type!

Found in rubbish & filth
beneath pigeons'nests,
sexes in copula.

Dunipace, Stirlingshire, Scotland

25.V.1911
W. Evans

N 1296

Hyalomma syriacum 2 «*, 1?

Testudo graeca

Cambridge

1.X.1909

G. Merriman

N 1297

Rhipicephalus sanguineus 2cf's
Dog

Cairo, Egypt
10.11.1906
Dr. H. Bitter

CURRENT SIATUS
N 1295
RML 110135

1 <ft 1 ? Ixodes caledonicus

Found in rubbish & filth beneath pigeons'
nests, sexes in copula.

Dunipace (56.10 N, 03.55 W), Stirlingshire,
Scotland

25.V.1911

William Evans

The male of this collection was described
and figured by Nuttall (1911: 177).
See also Nuttall catalogue number 1542.

N 1296
RML 110136

1 rf, 2 ? Hyalomma aegyptium pinned
Testudo graeca

Cambridge (52.13 N, 00.08 E), England

1.X.1909

G. Merriman

N 1297
RML 110137

2 <f Rhipicephalus sanguineus pinned
Dog

Cairo (30.03 N, 31.15 E), Egypt

10.11.1906

Dr. H. Bitter

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION N 1298

Amblyomnia hebraeum

From Cape Colony, S. Africa

1905-1906

Raised in Cambridge

N 1299

Ixodes canisuga larvae

Sandmartin's nest

Banks of River Severn

Rec'd 5.IV.1911

Rec'd from Mr. R.F.L. Burton
Longner Hall, Shrewsbury

N 1300

Ixodes angustus 1 2 ?'s
Squirrel

Duncan's, British Columbia

IX.1910
S. Hadwen

CURRENT STATUS

N 1298

RML 110138

7 <f» 2 ? Amblyomma hebraeum pinned

Cape Colony, Republic of South
Africa

1905-1906

N 1299 MISSING

Cited: Arthur (1963: 91, 92)
as I. lividus

N 1300
RML 110139

1 2 ? Ixodes angustus

Squirrel

Duncan (48.47 N, 123.42 W),
British Columbia, Canada

IX.1910

S. Hadwen

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION 1301

Ixodes angustus ¥, N & nymphal skins
Duncan's British Columbia

IX-XI.1910
Raised by S. Hadwen
1302

Ixodes canisuga ?'s, N's
Young sandmartins in 3 nests
Cauldwell Hall Farm, Boyton, Suffolk

11.VII.1911
G.H.F. Nuttall
(also whole bird!)

1303

Ixodes canisuga c, ?, N
3 Sandmartins' nest
Boyton Hall Farm, Suffolk

11.VII.1911
G.H.F. Nuttall

CURRENT STATUS

N 1301

RML 110140

1 ?, nymphal skins Ixodes angustus

Duncan (48.47 N, 123.42 W), British
Columbia, Canada

IX-XI.1910

Raised by S. Hadwen

N 1302

RML 110141

5 ? Ixodes 1ividus

Riparia riparia in 3 nests

Cauldwell Hall Farm, Boyton
(52.04 N, 01.28 E), England

11.VII.1911

G.H.F. Nuttall

Cited: Nuttall (1916: 326); Arthur (1963: 91); Thompson (1967: 106).

N 1303

RML 110142

1 <f, 6 ?, 230 L Ixodes 1 ividus

3 nests of Riparia riparia

Undoubtedly Cauldwell Hall Farm,
Boyton (52.04 N, 01.28 E), England

11.VII.1911

G.H.F. Nuttall

L's to Prof. Dr. Dahl, Berlin Museum
VII.1914. L's to Prof. Dr. S.
Schenkling, Deutsches Entomol.
Museum VII.1914. L's to Prof. Dr.

R. Gestro, Museo Civico di Storia
Nat. Genova VII.1914. 1 a, 1 ?, 1 N
to Dr. E. Pavolovsky, Leningrad
9.X.1925).

Cited: Nuttall (1916: 326); Arthur (1963: 91,92); Thompson (1967: 106).

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION

CURRENT STATUS

1304

Ixodes canisuga ^'s, ?'s

Sandmartins' nest

Banks of River Severn, Longner
Hall, Shrewsbury

29.VI.1911
R.F.L. Burton

[This nest had been flooded in the winter, it contained at least 100 ticks, the nests contained eggs of birds so the ticks must have fed on adults. Some of this lot preserved, the majority used for raising exp'ts.]

[2 slides c's teased spermatophore mounted in balsam.]

1 rf to Prof. R. Matheson, Cornell 27.V.1929

N 1304
RML 110143

14 a, 59 ?, +400 L Ixodes lividus

Nest of Riparia riparia

Banks of River Severn (51.36 N, 02.38 W),
Longner Hall, Shrewsbury, England

29.VI.1911

R.F.L. Burton

One vial of I. lividus eggs in a separate

jar labeled ^Eggs".

Slides missing.

Cited: Nuttall (1916: 326).

Cited twice by Arthur (1963) on p. 91 and

a third time on p. 92j Thompson (1967:

106).

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Sent alive for raising expts 11.VI.1911

Paul Dechabert

(Parents of Nos. 1556, 1557, 1558, & 1559 respectively)

(a) 1 <?, 1 S to Prof. Jules Bordet

Bruxelles, Belgium 30.VI.1920.

2 d*. 2 $ to Prof. Sadeo Yoshida at

Cambridge, 21.XII.1920.

2 2? to P. A. Buxton at

Cambridge 10.11.1921.

2 <f, 2 9 to Prof. Dr. D. A. deYong

at Cambridge, 8.IV. 1921.

2 <T, 2 9 to Prof. G. Hedger-Wallace,

U. of Wales Cardiff 1921.

2 cf, 2? to Dr. S. H. Daukes, Wellcome

Bureau London 9.1.1924.

All stages to Prof. R. A. Cooley,

Montana V.1928.

1 <f, ?'s to Prof. E. Malvoz, Liege
30.V.1929.

N's, L's to R. W. Mettam, Weybridge
IV.1931.

N's, L's to H. S. Purchase IV.1931.
2d*, 2 ? to Prof. D'Arcy Thompson
XI. 1931.

2<f, 2 9 to Prof. R. Matheson,

Cornell 27.V. 1929.

1 cf, 1 ? to Dr. S. Hadwen, British

Columbia, Canada 10.X.1913.

1 cS 1 ?, N's, L's to Dr. Lajos Gozony,

Univ. Budapest, Hundary 23.VI.1914.

(a) 4 & 22 ?, 180 N, 90 L in alcohol

plus 42 178 ?, cast N skins in vials of dry specimens, Hyalomma marginatum

(b) 359 <f, 355 ?, 152 N, ± 500 L (unengorged), 179 L (engorged) Rhipicephalus bursa

Sheep

Hammam Meskoutine (36.27 N, 07.16 E)
Al geria

Sent alive for raising expts
11.VI.1911

Paul Dechabert

The specimens listed above are in numerous vials. In addition there are the following specimens from 1305a glued on a card in the pinned specimen box - "Raised in Cambridge on ram. Gorged nymphs operated 1.VI.1915 immediately after they dropped off. Parts amputated and cast nymphal skins mounted on Slides correspondingly numbered. All show perfect regeneration of legs, parts of which were cut off in nymphs Ticks 11 (left 3 leg) 12 (4 1) 13 (2 & 3 1) 14 (1 1) 15 (2 1) 16 (1 & 2 1) 17 (1234 left side). G.H.F. Nuttall 1.VII.1915.

(a & b) cited: Nuttall (1915: 436, 438)

(a) Hoogstraal (1956a: 515).

Most of the collections were raised on rams in Cambridge although some portions of the life-cycle studies were reared on hedgehogs and calves.

(b) also contains 2 vials of eggs in a separate jar marked Eggs.

(b) 1 N of this collection now in the RML collection.

See also Nuttall 1556-1559,

1? ,6 N, 105 L given to Professor Cooley are now in the RML collection.

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