The Anoplura and Mallophaga of North American mammals

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Page 28 - ... USA). 1842. Hcematopinus ventricosus Denny, Mon. Anopl., pp. 30-31 ; pl. 25, f. 6. 1874. Hcematopinus ventricosus Giebel, Ins. Epizoa, p. 47. 1880. Hcematopinus ventricosus Piaget, Les Ped., p. 642. 1885. Hcematopinus ventricosus Piaget, Les Ped., Suppl., pp. 141-147; pl. 16, f. 9. 1896. Hcematopinus ventricosus Osborn, Bul. 5, ns, US Dept. Agr., Div. Ent, p. 182. 1904. Hcemodipsus ventricosus Enderlein, Zool. Anz., Vol. 28, p. 143. 1908. Hcemodipsus ventricosus Dalla Torre, Gen. Ins., Anopl.,...
Page 16 - Barrow, Alaska). Osborn records it as H. acanthopus, from Arvicola sp. (Ames, Iowa), but an examination of his specimens has shown that they should be referred to this variety. The variety is very close to the species, apparently differing from it only in the shape of the sternal plate, which has a more or less pronounced, rounded projection on the lateral margin which is absent in H. acanthopus. There is some variation but the character is usually plainly apparent, and it seems to be sufficiently...
Page 4 - ... particularly the birds; space limitation here prevents more complete statements of ranges. The localities mentioned for certain of the species are only a few among those in which the mammal or bird in question has been actually observed. These lists have been prepared by Joseph Grinnell and Tracy I. Storer of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology of the University of California and are based upon the collections of specimens and files of information relating to the mammals and birds of the Yosemite...
Page 35 - ... N. Am. Mam., pp. 35-36. Acanthopinus Mjoberg, Ark. f. Zool., Vol. 6, pt. 13, pp. 160-161 (1910). Antennae dissimilar in the sexes, the male with a preaxial process or a pair of spines at the apex of the third antennal segment. First antennal segment in both sexes usually with the distal post axial angle more or less produced and bearing a stout spine or with a stout spine on the posterior margin. Anterior legs small, with slender claw, middle and posterior legs larger. Abdomen with or without...
Page 36 - ... Zool., Vol. 6, pt. 13, pp. 161-164, f. 80-83. 1912. Neohcematopinus sciurinus Cummings, Bul. Ent. Res., Vol. 3, p. 393. 6 — Neohcematopinus sciuropteri (Osborn). Type from Glaucomys volans (Iowa, USA). Also from Glaucomys sabrinus lascivus and G. sabrinus ssp. (California, USA). 1891. Hcematopinus sciuropteri Osborn, Bul. 7, os, US Dept. Agr., Div. Ent., pp. 23-24, f. 12. 1896. Hcematopinus sciuropteri Osborn, Bul. 5, ns, US Dept. Agr., Div. Ent., pp. 182-183, f. 105. 1904. Polyplax ? sciuropteri...
Page 7 - Hcematopinoides 11— Legs and claws all practically of equal size Subfamily H^MATOPININ^E Genus Hcematopinus Anterior legs smaller and with slenderer claw than the posterior pair, at least. Subfamily LiNOGNATHiN^E..12 12 — Anterior tarsi...
Page 10 - ... Enderlein, Zool. Anz., Vol. 28, p. 138 (1904) ; Neumann, Arch. de Par., Vol. 13, pp. 529-532 (1909); Dalla Torre, Gen. Ins., Anopl., p. 10 (1908); Kellogg & Ferris, Anopl. and Mall., p. 10 (1915). Head with very sharp, forward pointing temporal angles. Thorax broad. Legs all of practically the same size, with a strongly chitinized skeletal piece between tibia and tarsus. Abdomen with a swollen, pad-like, chitinized area on the lateral margins of the third to eighth segments. Tergites and sternites...
Page 10 - Numerous specimens from a horse, (Stanford University, Calif.) ; also recorded by Osborn from horses. Haematopinus suis (Linne). Numerous specimens from a domestic hog, (Susanville, Lassen county, Calif.) ; also recorded by Osborn from domestic hogs. Haematopinus eurysternus (Nitzsch). Recorded by Osborn from domestic cattle. Linognathus Enderlein. Trichaulus Enderlein, Zool. Anz., vol. 28, pp. 139, 141, (1904). Linognathus Enderlein, ibid., vol. 29, p. 194, (1905). Linognathus Dalla Torre, Genera...
Page 15 - ... 13, p. 165. 1913. Polyplax ventricosa Evans, Proc. Royal Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, Vol. 19, p. 94. 1915. Hcemodipsus ventricosus Kellogg & Ferris, Anopl. and Mall. of N. Am. Mam., pp. 28-30; tf 11; pl. 2, f. 2; pl. 4, f. 5 ; pl. 5, f. 12. 1916. Hcemodipsus ventricosus Ferris, Psyche, Vol. 23 (in press). Genus Hoplopleura Enderlein Hoplopleura Enderlein, Zool. Anz., Vol. 28, pp. 221-223 (1904) ; Dalla Torre, Gen. Ins., Anopl., p. 14 (1908) ; Fahrenholz, 2-3-4th Jahresb. Niedersach. Zool. Ver., pp....
Page 10 - ... Thorax broad. Legs all of practically the same size, with a strongly chitinized skeletal piece between tibia and tarsus. Abdomen with a swollen, pad-like, chitinized area on the lateral margins of the third to eighth segments. Tergites and sternites with a varying number of small chitinized plates. Each tergite and sternite with one transverse row of very small hairs. Recorded from Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla. Type of the genus, Hcematopinus suis (Linnaeus). 1 — Hcematopinus asini (Linnaeus)....

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