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Figure 2.--Sample page from volume 2 of the Nuttall tick catalogue.

Four tubes of ticks received from Dr. Oscar Pou, (The Pahang Consolidated Company, Ltd.), Sungei Lembing, Kuantan, Federated Malay States, 21 April, 1913:

ORIGINAL DETERMINATION CURRENT STATUS

N 2101 N

N 2102 N

RML

Boophilus austral is ?'s
Bullock

Sungei Lembing Kuantan, Pahang
11.1913

N 2103 N

RML

Amblyomma testudinarium 3 <f, 2?
Water buffalo

Sungei Lembing, Kuantan, Pahang
1.II.1913

N 2104 N

RML

Haemaphysalis cornigera <f's

Wild pig or tiger (shot in jungle)

Kuantan, Pahang

1.1913

[N.B. Nos. 2104, 2105 & 2106 were
found mixed owing to tube breaking
in transit]

2101 OMITTED CATALOGUE NUMBER

2102 110990

17 ? Boophilus mi crop!us
Bullock

Sungai Lembing (03.55 N, 103.02 E)
Pahang, Malaysia

11.1913

2103 110991

3 rf, 2 ? Amblyomma testudinarium
Bubal us bubal is

Sungai Lembing (03.55 N, 103.02 E),
Pahang, Malaysia

1.II.1913

Cited: Robinson (1926: 257).

2104 110992

4 <f Haemaphysalis cornigera

Wild pig or tiger (.shot in jungle)

Kuantan (03.48 N, 103.20 E), Pahang,
Malaysia

1.1913

Dr. H. F. Conyngham

Collector's name taken from vial label Cited: Nuttall & Warburton (1915: 503). ORIGINAL DETERMINATION

CURRENT STATUS

2105

Haemaphysalis proxima 2 ?'s
Wild pig or tiger (shot in jungle)
Kuantan, Pahand

1.1913

[N.B. Nos. 2104, 2105 & 2106 were found mixed owing to tube breaking in transit]

N 2105

RML 110993

3 ? Haemaphysalis cornigera

Wild pig or tiger (shot in jungle)

Kuantan (03.48 N, 103.20 E), Pahang,
Malaysia

1.1913

Cited: Nuttall & Warburton (1915: 503).

2106

Haemaphysalis hystricis

Wild pig or tiger (shot in jungle) Kuantan, Pahang

1.1913

[N.B. Nos. 2104, 2105 & 2106 were found mixed owing to tube breaking in transit]

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2106 22298

6 cc, l s Haemaphysalis semermis

1 ? Haemaphysalis cafvus

1 ? Haemaphysalis longicornis

Wild pig or tiger (shot in jungle)

Kuantan (03.48 N, 103.20 E), Pahang, Malaysia

1.1913

The H_. semermis collection cited by Hoogstraal et al (1965b: 435).

2107 N 2107

RML 110994

Ornithodoros talaje 3 <rt 2 ?, 2 N

Camp bed (in folds of canvas)

Rio Condoto, tributary of the
San Juan, Choco, Republic of
Colombia, S. America

IX.1912

3 <f, 1 ?, 2 N Ornithodoros talaje

Camp bed (in folds of canvas)

Rio Condoto, tributary of the San Juan,
Departamento del Choco (06.00 N,
77.00 W), Colombia

IX.1912

Dr. Samuel Shepheard Dr. Samuel Shepheard

Having bitten the occupant and
collector severely, presented
by the collector in person
23.IV.1913.

Ticks sent to me by Geheimrath W. Db'nitz of Berlin 30.V.1911 (see letter) being his type material of the species named. Unless they are reclaimed by his representatives in the future I propose that they be retained in our collection where they will be more useful than elsewhere. I think this would have been in accordance with Donitz's wishes. He died 12.III.1912. (See my "In Memoriam" in Parasitology vol. V No. 4. G.H.F.N. 24.IV.1913:-)

2108 N 2108

RML 110995

Rhipicephalus glyphis 1 <f 1 <f Rhipicephalus lunulatus
TYPE (pinned)"

Wasserschwein
Lake Tanganyika

(There must be a second <f in
Berlin of this lot.)

Wasserschwein

Lake Tanganyika (06.00 S, 29.30 E),
Tanzania

Donitz (1910b: 278) original
description. Warburton (1912: 19)
synomymized R. glyphis with R.
lunulatus, the latter considered by
Warburton to be a subspecies of
R. simus.

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CURRENT STATUS

N 2109
RML 110996

1 cr Rhipicephalus kochi

Cattle

Sadani (06.03 S, 38.47 E),
Tanzania

Donitz (1905: 106) original description. Cited: Clifford et al (1983: 77,78).

N 2110

RML 111463

2 cr Rhipicephalus fol 1 is (Syntypes) 1 cr Rhipicephalus foil is (probably not a Syntype)

Off undet. host

Namibia

Knuth

Donitz (1910a: 481) original
description.

The * without the pinhole may have
been added inadvertently by an
investigator comparing his specimen
with the types.

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