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Mixed lot of ticks received from Dr. P. H. Ross, from Nairobi, E. Africa, VII.1906. [All in a pill-box (dry) marked "Njiro, Dog"]

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N 102a
RML 105886

(a) 2 cr, 3 ? Rhipicephalus pulchellus
plus an additional 2 *,v 2 ? pinned
specimens. There is also 1 <f a
teneral runt that is tentatively
considered this species.

(b-d) MISSING

Pill box containing ticks marked
"Njiro dog"

Nairobi (1.17 S, 36.49 E), Kenya
Received VII.1906
Received from Dr. P. H. Ross
Slide missing.

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION

N 103

Rhipicephalus appendiculatus

Nairobi, E. Africa

Received VII.1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross

All dry in pill box marked
"No. 10 gland by Dr. Milen"

N 104

Amblyomma 1epidum
Cattle

East Coast of Africa

Received VII-1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross

N 105

Amblyomma variegatum

Nairobi, E. Africa

Received VII-1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross

Pinned in a pill box with a label as follows: "Dr. Hodges, Tumor No. 9"

CURRENT STATUS N 103 MISSING

N 104
RML 105887

3 <? Amblyomma 1 epidum

Cattle

East coast of Africa

Received VII-1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross

N 105
RML 105888

8 d, 3 ?, 2 N, Amblyomma variegatum

Nairobi, (01.17 S, 36.49 E), Kenya

Received VII-1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross

Pinned specimens

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION N 106a, b, c N

RML

(a) Amblyomma variegatum tf,?

(b) Rhipicephalus evertsi tf, $

(c) Rhipicephalus pulchellus 5

Nai robi

Received VI1.1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross,
Nai robi

No data label

(4 slides of tf's dissected)

N 107 N

RML

Rhipicephalus capensis
Cape Colony, S. Africa

1906

Received from Mr. C. P. Lounsbury

[1 slide of 2 rf, 2 ? in balsam
prep.]

CURRENT STATUS 106c 105889

(a) MISSING

(b) MISSING

(c) 1 ? Rhipicephalus pulchellus

Nairobi (01.17 S, 36.49 E), Kenya

Received VI1.1906

Received from Dr. P. H. Ross,
Nairobi

Slides missing.

107

105890

7 4 ? Rhipicephalus capensis

Cape Colony, Republic of South
Africa

1906

Received from Mr. C. P. Lounsbury

SIide missing.
Charles Pugsley Lounsbury
(1872-1955) born in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
B.Sc, Mass. Agric. College.
Appointed Government Entomologist
Union of South Africa in August 1895

108-118. Ticks received from Colonel B. Skinner, R.A.M.C., to whom they had been sent by Lt.-Col. C. E. Nuthall of the Army Veterinary Corps. They were all collected in Secunderabad, India, on the dates and hosts indicated below:

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<f Hya 1 orrma aeqyptium Horse, ear Secunderabad, India

24.VI.1906

Lt. Col. C. E. Nuthall, A.V.C. Received from Col. B. Skinner

112

Hya 1 omnia aeqyptium

Donga ponies, ears
Secunderabad, India

22. VI.1906

Lt. Col. C. E. Nuthall, A.V.C. Received from Col. B. Skinner

Nymphs and larvae mounted on slides I, II

N 111
RML 105894

1 <f Hyalomma ana to! icum anatolicum

Horse, ear

Secunderabad (17.27 N, 78.30 E)
India

24.VI.1906

Lt. Col. C. E. Nuthall, A.V.C.
Received from Col. B. Skinner

N 112

RML 105895

13 N (engorged), 27 N (unengorged)
Hyalomma sp.

Donga ponies, ears

Secunderabad (17.27 N, 78.30 E),
India

22.VI.1906

Lt. Col. C. E. Nuthall, A.V.C.
Received from Col. B. Skinner

Slides missing. The 13 engorged
specimens are in a separate vial from
the 27 unengorged nymphs. These are
most likely Hyalomma anatolicum
anato!icum. See Kaiser & Hoogstraal
(1964: 272).

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