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1999

Alcaino, H., and T. Gorma. 1999. Parásitos de los animales domesticos en chile. Parasitology:1-19.

Andersson, M. 1999. Phylogeny, behaviour, plumage evolution and neoteny in skuas Stercorariidae. Journal of Avian Biology 30(2):205-215.

Arfi, C., L. Dehen, E. Benassaia, P. Faure, D. Farge, P. Morel, and L. Dubertret. 1999. Dermatological consultation for poor patients: a medical social prospective study in Saint-Louis Hospital, Paris. Annales De Dermatologie Et De Venereologie 126(10):682-686.

Barraclough, T. G., J. E. Hogan, and A. P. Vogler. 1999. Testing whether ecological factors promote cladogenesis in a group of tiger beetles (Coleoptera : Cicindelidae). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 266(1423):1061-1067.

Becherel, P. A., S. Barete, C. Frances, and O. Chosidow. 1999. Ectoparasitoses (pediculosis and scabies): therapeutics. Annales De Dermatologie Et De Venereologie 126(10):755-761.

Beck, W. 1999. Case report: pediculosis by Polyplax lice (Anoplura : Hoplopleuridae) in mouse and rat - Biology of Polyplax sp., pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment. Kleintierpraxis 44(6):461-+.

Beck, W. 1999. Case report: Mallophagidosis (Mallophaga : Lipeuridae) in a budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus). Kleintierpraxis 44(3):203-+.

Beck, W. 1999. Case report: infection by Campanulotes bidentatus compar (Mallophaga : Goniodidae) in a pigeon (Columba livia domestica). Kleintierpraxis 44(12):943-+.

Behnke, R. 1999. Ivermectin for lice? Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 21(8):683-683.

Bordeau, W. 1999. Treatment of Trichodectes canis louse infestation in a puppy, with fipronil. Point Veterinaire 30(203):55-58.

Brouqui, P., B. Lascola, V. Roux, and D. Raoult. 1999. Chronic Bartonella quintana bacteremia in homeless patients. New England Journal of Medicine 340(3):184-189.

Burkhart, C. N., J. Arbogast, P. Smythe, and C. G. Burkhart. 1999. Histochemical analysis of the nit of Pediculus humanus capitis (Anoplura : Pediculidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 36(4):530-532.

Burkhart, C. N., C. G. Burkhart, W. T. Gunning, and J. Arbogast. 1999. Scanning electron microscopy of human head louse (Anoplura : Pediculidae) egg and its clinical ramifications. Journal of Medical Entomology 36(4):454-456.

Burkhart, C. N., and C. G. Burkhart. 1999. Return of the silent merengue: the crab louse. Infections in Medicine 16(3):182-182.

Burkhart, C. G. 1999. Physicians should treat head lice. Infections in Medicine 16(2):97-97.

Burkhart, C. N., B. A. Stankiewicz, I. Pchalek, M. A. Kruge, and C. G. Burkhart. 1999. Molecular composition of the louse sheath. Journal of Parasitology 85(3):559-561.

Cardozo-de-Almeida, M., P. M. Linardi, and J. Costa. 1999. The type specimens of sucking lice (Anoplura) deposited in the Entomological Collection of Institute Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. Memorias Do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 94(5):625-628. PDF

Castresana, A., A. Notario, and M. P. Martín Mateo. 1999. Estudio de los malófagos ectoparásitos de Anatidae (Insecta, Mallophaga) en la Península Ibérica. Identificación, características biométricas y aspectos biológicos. Zoologica Baetica 10:63-86.

Clark, F., and L. A. Hill. 1999. The colonisation of artificial house martin nests by ectoparasites. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 135:237-240.

Clayton, D. H. 1999. Feather-busting bacteria. Auk 116(2):302-304.

Clayton, D. H., and R. D. Price. 1999. Taxonomy of New World Columbicola (Phthiraptera: Philopteridae) from the Columbiformes (Aves), with descriptions of five new species. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 92(5):675-685. PDF

Clayton, D. H., P. L. M. Lee, D. M. Tompkins, and E. D. Brodie. 1999. Reciprocal natural selection on host-parasite phenotypes. American Naturalist 154(3):261-270. PDF

Coetzee, M. 1999. The historical and current state of medical entomology systematics in South Africa. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa 54:65-73.

Coltman, D. W., J. G. Pilkington, J. A. Smith, and J. M. Pemberton. 1999. Parasite-mediated selection against inbred Soay sheep in a free-living, island population. Evolution 53(4):1259-1267.

Cordero del Campillo, M., and F. A. Rojo Vázquez. 1999. Parasitología Veterinaria. McGraw-Hill_Interamericana de España, Madrid.

Cox, R., P. D. Stewart, and D. W. Macdonald. 1999. The ectoparasites of the European badger, Meles meles, and the behavior of the host-specific flea, Paraceras melis. Journal of Insect Behavior 12(2):245-265.

Crampton, A. L., P. Green, G. D. Baxter, and S. C. Barker. 1999. Monooxygenases play only a minor role in resistance to synthetic pyrethroids in the cattle tick, Boophilus microplus. Experimental and Applied Acarology 23(11):897-905.

Dabert, J., and S. V. Mironov. 1999. Origin and evolution of feather mites. Experimental and Applied Acarology 23:437-454.

Darwish, A., D. R. Hennessy, and C. A. Maxwell. 1999. Production and oxidation of wool grease after shearing. Australian Veterinary Journal 77(10):667-670.

de Doucet, M. M. A., M. A. Bertolotti, A. L. Giayetto, and M. B. Miranda. 1999. Host range, specificity, and virulence of Steinernema feltiae, Steinernema rarum, and Heterorhabditis bacteriophora (Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae) from Argentina. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 73(3):237-242.

Deem. 1999. Ivermectin for lice? Response. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 21(8):683-683.

Downs, A. M. R., K. A. Stafford, and G. C. Coles. 1999. Head lice: prevalence in schoolchildren and insecticide resistance. Parasitology Today 15(1):1-4. PDF

Downs, A. M. R., I. Harvey, and C. T. C. Kennedy. 1999. The epidemiology of head lice and scabies in the UK. Epidemiology and Infection 122:471-477. PDF

Dranzoa, C., M. Ocaido, and P. Katete. 1999. The ecto-, gastro-intestinal and haemo-parasites of live pigeons (Columba livia) in Kampala, Uganda. Avian Pathology 28(2):119-124.

Drancourt, M. 1999. Bartonella infections in humans. Presse Medicale 28(8):435-439.

Dumbacher, J. P. 1999. Evolution of toxicity in Pitohuis: I. Effects of homobatrachotoxin on chewing lice (order Phthiraptera). Auk 116(4):957-963.

Durden, L. A., and J. P. Webb. 1999. Abrocomaphthirus hoplai, a new genus and species of sucking louse from Chile and its relevance to zoogeography. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 13:447-452. PDF

Elston, D. M. 1999. What's eating you? Pediculus humanus (head louse and body louse). Cutis 63(5):259-264.

Galaz, J. L., P. Gaytan, L. Rubilar, and C. Brevis. 1999. Presencia de malófagos (Insecta: Phthiraptera) en crías de flamenco chileno (Phoenicopterus chilensis) en el Salar de Surire, I Región de Chile. Boletin Chileno de Ornitologia 6:17-22.

Gipson, P. S., J. K. Veatch, R. S. Matlack, and D. P. Jones. 1999. Health status of a recently discovered population of feral swine in Kansas. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 35(3):624-627.

Golden, H. N., T. H. Spraker, H. J. Griese, R. L. Zarnke, M. A. Masteller, D. E. Spalinger, and B. M. Bartley. 1999. Infestation of lice among wild canids in Alaska, 15, Briefing Paper. Alaska Department of Fish and Game. PDF

Habedank, B., G. Schrader, S. Scheurer, and E. Schein. 1999. Investigations on the in vitro feeding and in vitro breeding of the human body louse Pediculus humanus corporis (Anoplura: Pediculidae), 241-248. In W. H. Robinson, F. Rettich and G. W. Rambo [eds.], Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Urban Pests.

Hanssen, I., N. Mencke, H. Asskildt, D. Ewald-Hamm, and H. Dorn. 1999. Field study on the insecticidal efficacy of advantage against natural infestations of dogs with lice. Parasitology Research 85(4):347-348.

Horak, I. G., F. Chaparro, J. C. Beaucournu, and J. P. Louw. 1999. Parasites of domestic and wild animals in South Africa. 36. Arthropod parasites of yellow mongooses, Cynictis penicillata (G. Cuvier, 1829). Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 66(1):33-38.

Horning, D. S., and R. L. Palma. 1999. The Snares - a natural trap. Cumberland Bird Observers Club Inc. Newsletter 20(4):1-4.

Hughes, J. M., and A. J. Baker. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships of the enigmatic hoatzin (Opisthocomus hoazin) resolved using mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequences. Molecular Biology and Evolution 16(9):1300-1307.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 1999. International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, London.

Jackson, J. A. 1999. Analysis of parasite host-switching: limitations on the use of phylogenies. Parasitology 119:S111-S123. PDF

Jaarola, M., H. Tegelstrom, and K. Fredga. 1999. Colonization history in Fennoscandian rodents. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 68(1-2):113-127.

James, P. J., and R. D. Moon. 1999. Spatial distribution and spread of sheep biting lice, Bovicola ovis, from point infestations. Veterinary Parasitology 81(4):323-339.

James, P. J. 1999. Do sheep regulate the size of their mallophagan louse populations? International Journal for Parasitology 29(6):869-875.

Jameson, E. W. 1999. Host-ectoparasite relationships among North American chipmunks. Acta Theriologica 44(3):225-231. PDF

Jensen, J.-K., R. L. Palma, and B. Zonfrillo. 1999. Feather lice from Sooty Shearwaters Puffinus griseus in the Faroe Islands. Atlantic Seabird 1(2):71-76. PDF

Johnson, K. P., and D. H. Clayton. 1999. Swiftlets on islands: genetics and phylogeny of the Seychelles and Mascarene swiftlets. Phelsuma 7:9-13.

Johnson, K. P., and M. D. Sorenson. 1999. Phylogeny and biogeography of dabbling ducks (genus: Anas): a comparison of molecular and morphological evidence. Auk 116(3):792-805.

Johnson, K. P., F. McKinney, and M. D. Sorenson. 1999. Phylogenetic constraint on male parental care in the dabbling ducks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 266(1421):759-763.

Kane, K. 1999. Nits make lice - Drogheda, Sand Creek, and the poetics of colonial extermination (Ireland, US, history, American Indians, massacre). Cultural Critique(42):81-103.

Kaufman, P. E., P. J. Scholl, and D. A. Rutz. 1999. Dose confirmation study of a 10g liter(-1) non-aqueous injectable formulation of moxidectin against naturally acquired infestations of cattle lice on cattle in New York. Pesticide Science 55(9):919-922.

Kenward, H. 1999. Pubic lice (Pthirus pubis L.) were present in Roman and medieval Britain. Antiquity 73(282):911-915.

Kose, M., and A. P. Møller. 1999. Sexual selection, feather breakage and parasites: The importance of white spots on the tail of the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45(6):430436.

Kose, M., R. Mand, and A. P. Møller. 1999. Sexual selection for white tail spots in the barn swallow in relation to habitat choice by feather lice. Animal Behaviour 58(6):1201-1205.

Kristofik, J. 1999. Brueelia balati sp n. (Phthiraptera, Ischnocera), an ectoparasite of penduline tit (Remiz pendulinus pendulinus). Biologia 54(2):139-142.

Kristofik, J. 1999. Sucking lice (Phthiraptera) from Mongolian mammals. Biologia 54(2):143-149. PDF

Kumar, P., and P. Kumar. 1999. Insect remains from Upper Triassic sediments of Satpura Basin, India. Current Science 76(12):1539-1541. PDF

Lewendon, G. 1999. Head lice can be controlled without application of insecticide lotions. British Medical Journal 318(7195):1422-1422.

Lymbery, A. J., and I. R. Dadour. 1999. Genetic structure of the Bovicola ovis (Mallophaga : Trichodectidae) in southwestern Australia. Environmental Entomology 28(4):675-680.

Mey, E. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships of the Megapodiidae as indicated by their ischnoceran, in particular goniodid, chewing lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera), 23-35. In Dekker [ed.], Third International Megapode Symposium. Zoologische Verhandelingen. PDF

Mey, E. 1999. Neue, auf Grossfusshuhnern (Megapodiidae) lebende und zuweist aus Indonesien stammende Federlinge (Insecta, Phthiraptera: Amblycera & Ischnocera). [New chewing lice (Insecta, Phthiraptera: Amblycera and Ischnocera) living on megapodes (Megapodiidae), mainly from Indonesia] Rudolstädter Naturhistorische Schriften, Supp. 3:119-137. PDF

Milnes, A. S., and L. E. Green. 1999. Prevalence of lice on dairy cattle in England and the bordering counties of Wales. Veterinary Record 145(13):357-362.

Moulia, C. 1999. Parasitism of plant and animal hybrids: are facts and fates the same? Ecology 80(2):392-406.

Mumcuoglu, K. Y. 1999. Prevention and treatment of head lice in children. Paediatric Drugs 1:211-218.

Murray, M. D., R. L. Palma, and R. L. C. Pilgrim. 1999. Ectoparasites of Australian, New Zealand and Antartic birds, 1240-1242, Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds. Oxford University Press, Melbourne.

Niang, M., P. Brouqui, and D. Raoult. 1999. Epidemic typhus imported from Algeria. Emerging Infectious Diseases 5(5):716-718.

Oakwood, M., and D. M. Spratt. 1999. Parasites of the northern quoll, Dasyurus hallucatus (Marsupialia : Dasyuridae) in tropical savanna, Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Zoology 48(1):79-90.

Oliveira, H. H. d., I. Ferreira, and N. M. d. Serra-Freire. 1999. Fauna de Mallophaga (Insecta: Aptera) de ectoparasitos em Gallus gallus L. e Columba livia L. amostrados no Rio de Janeiro - Brasil. Entomología y Vectores, Rio de Janeiro 6(5):509-515.

Oniki, Y. 1999. The mating behaviour of Oxylipeurus variegatus (Mallophaga: Lipeuridae). Garcia de Orta, Serie de Zoologia 23(1):91-92.

Oniki, Y. 1999. Avian parasites and notes on habits of lice from Matto Grosso, Brazil. lheringia, Ser. Zool., Porto Alegre(86):183-190.

Paek, M.-K., Y.-S. Bae, and H.-K. Hong. 1999. Host specificity of the ectoparasitic lice of wild rodents in Korea. Korean Journal of Entomology 29(4):273-277.

Palma, R. L. 1999. Amendments and additions to the 1982 list of chewing lice (Insects: Phthiraptera) form birds in New Zealand. 46:373-387. Notornis 46:373-387. PDF

Parish, L. C., and J. A. Witkowski. 1999. The saga of ectoparasitoses: scabies and pediculosis. International Journal of Dermatology 38(6):432-433.

Paterson, A. M., R. L. Palma, and R. D. Gray. 1999. How frequently do avian lice miss the boat? Implications for coevolutionary studies. Systematic Biology 48(1):214-223. PDF

Piemont, Y., and R. Heller. 1999. Bartonellosis: II. Other Bartonella responsible for human diseases. Annales De Biologie Clinique 57(1):29-36.

Pollack, R. J., A. Kiszewski, P. Armstrong, C. Hahn, N. Wolfe, H. A. Rahman, K. Laserson, S. R. Telford, and A. Spielman. 1999. Differential permethrin susceptibility of head lice sampled in the United States and Borneo. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 153(9):969-973.

Pray, W. S. 1999. Head lice: Perfectly adapted human predators. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 63(2):204-209.

Price, R. D., D. H. Clayton, and R. A. Hellenthal. 1999. Taxonomic review of Physconelloides (Phthiraptera: Philopteridae) from the Columbiformes (Aves), including descriptions of three new species. Journal of Medical Entomology 36(2):195-206. PDF

Rasnitsyn, A. P., and V. V. Zherikhin. 1999. First fossil chewing louse from the Lower Cretaceous of Baissa, Transbaikalia (Insecta, Pediculida = Phthiriaptera,[sic] Saurodectidae fam. n.). Russian Journal of Entomology 8(4):253-255. PDF

Rasmussen, P. C., and N. J. Collar. 1999. Major specimen fraud in the Forest Owlet Heteroglaux (Athene auct.) blewitti. Ibis 141(1999):11-21.

Raoult, D., and V. Roux. 1999. The body louse as a vector of reemerging human diseases. Clinical Infectious Diseases 29(4):888-911.

Raoult, D., R. J. Birtles, M. Montoya, E. Perez, H. Tissot-Dupont, V. Roux, and H. Guerra. 1999. Survey of three bacterial louse-associated diseases among rural Andean communities in Peru: prevalence of epidemic typhus, trench fever, and relapsing fever. Clinical Infectious Diseases 29(2):434-436.

Rékási, J., and J. B. Kiss. 1999. New data on birdlice (Mallophaga) of rare birds from northern Dobrogea (Romania). Analele Stiintifice ale Institutului national de Ceretare-Dezvolare Delta Dunarii - Tulcea:44-46.

Roda, S. A., and A. M. Isidro de Farias. 1999. Aves silvestres infestadas por Phthiraptera (Insecta) na Zona da Mata Norte de Pernambuco, Brasil. 16(3): 871-878. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia 16(3):871-878.

Roux, V., and D. Raoult. 1999. Body lice as tools for diagnosis and surveillance of reemerging diseases. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 37(3):596-599.

Rothwell, J. T., K. C. Hacket, I. Ridley, L. Mitchell, C. Donaldson, and L. B. Lowe. 1999. Therapeutic efficacy of zeta cypermethrin pour on for the treatment of biting and sucking lice in cattle under field conditions. Australian Veterinary Journal 77(4):255-258.

Rózsa, L. 1999. Influencing random transmission is a neutral character in hosts. Journal of Parasitology 85:1032-1035. PDF

Rydkina, E. B., V. Roux, E. M. Gagua, A. B. Predtechenski, I. V. Tarasevich, and D. Raoult. 1999. Bartonella quintana in body lice collected from homeless persons in Russia. Emerging Infectious Diseases 5(1):176-178. PDF

Shwayder, T. 1999. Treatment and treatment resistance of scabies and lice. Pediatric Dermatology 16(1):80-80.

Thompson, J. N. 1999. The evolution of species interactions. Science 284:2116-2118.

Timms, R., and A. F. Read. 1999. What makes a specialist special? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 14(9):333-334.

Tombesi, M. L., A. G. Papeschi, and L. M. Mola. 1999. Spermatogenesis in Bovicola limbata Gervais, 1844 and B. caprae Gurlt, 1843 (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera). Cytologia (Tokyo) 64(1):25-27.

Toro, H., C. Saucedo, C. Borie, R. E. Gough, and H. Alcaino. 1999. Health status of free-living pigeons in the city of Santiago. Avian Pathology 28(6):619-623.

Tompkins, D. M., and D. H. Clayton. 1999. Host resources govern the specificity of swiftlet lice: size matters. Journal of Animal Ecology 68(3):489-500. PDF

Townsend, L., and P. Scharko. 1999. Lice infestation in beef cattle. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 21(4):S119-S123.

Visnak, R. M., and J. P. Dumbacher. 1999. Comparison of four fumigants for removing avian lice. Journal of Field Ornithology 70(1):42-48.

Walther, B. A., D. H. Clayton, and R. D. Gregory. 1999. Showiness of neotropical birds in relation to ectoparasite abundance and foraging stratum. Oikos 87(1):157-165. PDF

Ward, M. P., and R. T. F. Armstrong. 1999. Prevalence and clustering of louse infestation in Queensland sheep flocks. Veterinary Parasitology 82(3):243-250.

Weatherhead, P. J., K. W. Dufour, S. C. Lougheed, and C. G. Eckert. 1999. A test of the good-genes-as-heterozygosity hypothesis using red-winged blackbirds. Behavioral Ecology 10(6):619-625.

Wilson, P. 1999. The science behind head lice treatment. Practitioner 243(1604):824-+.

Wright, R. 1999. Lice on horses. Canadian Veterinary Journal 40(8):590-591.

Yeruham, I., S. Rosen, A. Hadani, and Y. Braverman. 1999. Arthropod parasites of Nubian ibexes (Capra ibex nubiana) and Gazelles (Gazella gazella) in Israel. Veterinary Parasitology 83(2):167-173.

Zelazowska, M., and S. M. Bilinski. 1999. Distribution and transmission of endosymbiotic microorganisms in the oocytes of the pig louse, Haematopinus suis (L.) (Insecta : Phthiraptera). Protoplasma 209(3-4):207-213.

Zeichner, B. C. 1999. Baseline susceptibility of a laboratory strain of Pediculus humanus humanus (Anoplura : Pediculidae) using a modified World Health Organization testing protocol. Journal of Medical Entomology 36(6):903-905.

Z?otorzycka, J., M. Modrzejewska, and G. Kopij. 1999. A preliminary study on Mallophaga in South African birds. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 68:9-21.