3 edition of A revision of the flea genus Thrassis Jordan 1933 found in the catalog.
A revision of the flea genus Thrassis Jordan 1933
Harold E. Stark
|Statement||by Harold E. Stark.|
|Series||University of California publications in entomology, v. 53, University of California publications in entomology ;, v. 53.|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .C17 vol. 53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 184 p.|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||70626071|
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Revision of the flea genus Thrassis Jordan (Siphonaptera, Ceratophyllidae), with observations on ecology and relationship to plague. Berkeley: University of Califronia Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold E Stark.
Thrassis is an exclusively Nearctic genus, occurring in the general area bounded by Alaska, central Mexico and Wisconsin.
The hosts are primarily rodents of the family Sciuridae, with apparent subsequent transfers to Lagurus, Dipodomys and Onychomys. In addition to the existing subgenus Thrassis (15 spp.
and subspp.), the author erects the new subgenera Pandoropsylla (4 spp. and subspp.) and Cited by: The characters of the genus Thrassis are described. Keys are given to the species and subspecies of the genus, and 35 species and subspecies recognised within it are described with notes on geographical variation and host preferences.
Three subspecies are new. brennani Augustson and T. princei Hubbard [cf. RAE B 33 ] are treated as synonyms of T.
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University of Calif. Publ. Entomol. 1 Am. A revision of the flea genus Thrassis Jordan (Siphonaptera: Ceratophyllidae). With observations on ecology and relationship to plague. With observations on ecology and relationship to plague. University of California Publications in Entomology 1– In a sense, this book is an expanded version of an earlier work by this author entitled “The Siphonaptera of Canada”, published in A new Thrassis (flea) Opisodasys Jordana genus of by: Molecular Survey of Bartonella Species and Yersinia pestis in Rodent Fleas (Siphonaptera) From Chihuahua, Mexico is more likely to occur in some flea species.
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A revision of the nearctic Termiès. Although the author indicated that the holotype was in the USNM, he did not indicate its sex. We here designate the male as the LECTOTYPE and the female as the allolectotype. This is a junior synonym of Thrassis fotus (Jordan, ), according to Stewart, a clantoni.
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