Ticks; A Monograph of the Ixodoidea Volume 1-3

Ticks; A Monograph of the Ixodoidea Volume 1-3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... Britain: (N. 623, ?) from Microtus agrestris (field vole), Tring, Herts.1 (N. 1165, $s), from field vole, Longner Hall, Shrewsbury, viII. 1910 (R. F. L. Burton). (N. 622, ?), from Microtus amphibius (water vole), England, IV. 18921. (N. 620, $) from Mus minutus (harvest mouse); no particulars1. (N. 356, larvae), from Sorex minutus (pigmy shrew), Grippetts, Gloucestershire, I. 1908 (E. A. Wilson). (N. 621, os), from Sorex vulgaris (common shrew), Bevendean, Sussex, vi. 1899'. Switzerland: (N. 624, 625, 1069, a captured with mouthparts buried in body close to anus, !j!s and o s) from Microtus arvalis, Campfer, St Moiitz, Engadinc, viI. 1904 (K. Jordan)1. (N. 619, and % ), from Evotomys glareolus (bank vole), Campfer, Si Moritz, Engadine, Vii. 1904 (K. Jordan)1. (N. 1161, ?), from Tarasp, summer of 1901 43. IXODES FECIALIS Warburton and Nuttall, 1909. Fig. 245. Lit. and Icon.: Warburton and Nuttall, 1909, pp. 58, 59, Figs. 1 and 2 (reproduced). Male: unknown. Female (gorged): Body long, cylindrical, 8x4 mm., dark brown, with yellow scutum, capitulum and legs. Scutum rather longer than broad (1-5 x 13 mm.), broadest near the posterior end; uniformly punctate except along the cervical grooves, which are otherwise obsolete; the 1 Ex N. C. Rothschild coll. 3 Recalling a conventional form of heraldic shield, hence fecialis. sides straight and diverging posteriorly; lateral grooves indicated by a prominent ridge of darker colour, sparsely punctate and parallel with the lateral border; scapulae blunt; emargination moderate. Dorsum minutely punctate, and thickly studded, especially in the posterior portion, with very short white hairs. Capitulum: base, a triangle, longer than broad, with wing-like lateral projections hollowed dorsolateral...show more

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  • Paperback | 186 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 340g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236981057
  • 9781236981059