Hoplopleura

Hoplopleura

a genus of sucking lice in the family Hoplopleuridae.

Hoplopleura acanthopus, Hoplopleura capitosa, Hoplopleura pacifica.
sucking lice of rodents.
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Algunas especies reportadas en la literatura cientifica1 de Phithiraptera y su respectiva ubicacion en hospederos animales Hospedero Especie Nombre comun (Ubicacion en el hospedero) Roedores Polyplax serrata Piojo del raton Hoplopleura pacifica Cuniculies Haemodipsus Piojo del conejo ventricosus Bovinos y Bovicola (Damalinia) Piojo nariz-corta del camelidos bovis ganado sudamericanos B.
Igualmente se colectaron 839 ectoparasitos entre garrapatas de las familias Argasidae (Ornithodoros alectorobius puertoricensis), Ixodidae (Amblyomma sp), pulgas de las familias Rophalopsillydae (Polygenis sp) y Pulicidae (Xenopsylla cheopis), piojos de los generos Gyropus sp y Hoplopleura sp y acaros de los generos Laelaps sp y Ornithonyssus sp, sobre 94 de los roedores capturados.
The sucking louse Hoplopleura hesperomydis infects P.
The immature stages of the genus Hoplopleura (Anoplura: Hoplopleuridae) in North America, with descriptions of two new species.
Insecta, Phthiraptera, Hoplopleuridae: Hoplopleura scapteromydis Ronderos, 1965; Siphonaptera, Rhopalopsyllidae: Polygenis (Neopolygenis) atopus (Jordan & Rothschild, 1922), Polygenis (Neopolygenis) massoiai Del Ponte, Polygenis (Polygenis) axius axius (Jordan & Rothschild), Polygenis (Polygenis) bohlsi bohlsi (Wagner, 1937), Polygenis (Polygenis) platensis platensis (Jordan & Rothschild, 1908).
Some reports on Hoplopleura species show similarities on female and male hosts, while others support that males have greater populations in relation to larger body size of individuals of this sex of certain species (Marshall 1981).
2004, 2007) showed the association between the arthropods Hoplopleura travassosi Werneck, Gigantolaelaps wolffsohni (Oudemans), and Ornithonyssus bacoti (Hirst) with the filarioid worms Litomosoides bonaerensis Notarnicola, Bain and Navone and L.
The lice Hoplopleura scapteromydis Ronderos, is specifically associated with S.
Parasites of the hispid cotton rat, Sigmodon hispidus (Cricetidae), and population biology of the cotton rat louse, Hoplopleura hirsuta (Hoplopleuridae: Anoplura), in eastern New Mexico, including an annotated host-parasite bibliography.
Emerson (1971) reported the sucking louse, Hoplopleura oryzomydis, occurring on a specimen of Oryzomys couesi (reported by him under the name O.
The sucking louse, Hoplopleura hirsuta, was reported on this specimen by Emerson (1971).