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IT was our original intention to issue the complete bibliography of 
the Ixodoidea after all the parts of this work had appeared, but, 
owing to the unavoidable delay attending the publication of the separate 
parts and the present need of the bibliography for purposes of reference, 
we find it inadvisable to retard its publication any longer. 

This bibliography deals with ticks and their relation to disease: 
we trust that it will prove useful to workers engaged in the study of 
the subjects to which it relates, for it has entailed much labour owing 
to the literature being very scattered. Our bibliography contains 
2004 titles and includes full references to all the important papers 
hitherto published on ticks, as well as to papers of lesser merit. A 
few papers dealing more especially with the diseases which ticks convey 
have been included because of the general information they contain 
and the aspect they afford of the important part which ticks play in 
pathology ; some of these papers, moreover, contain useful bibliographies. 

Since it is certain that references to,' future literature will be 
required in connection with the forthcoming parts of this work, we 
propose to append any such references in the form of Addenda at the 
end of the succeeding parts so that they can be detached and added to 
the main bibliography. We would advise our readers to bind the 
bibliography separately ; some blank pages, provided at the end, are 
intended for the reception of any additional references supplied on 
Addenda slips. 

Throughout the book the Harvard System of References to the 
bibliography has been adopted. Wherever an author has been cited in 
the text the date of publication (and usually the page) has been added 
in brackets. In the following bibliography the names of the authors 
are given in alphabetical order, the names being followed by the date 

vi Preface to the Bibliography 

of publication, the title of the paper and the Journal, etc. where the 
paper was published. The Roman numerals after the name of the 
Journal or book indicate the number of the volume, and the figures 
printed in ordinary type refer to the page. In some cases a short 
comment upon the contents of the publication accompanies the re- 
ference ; comments not followed by initials are by G. H. F. N., others 
are initialed by L. E. R. or W. F. C. Unless otherwise stated in the 
text or reference the quotations are from the original papers. 

In a number of cases titles have been cited from short bibliographies 
given by other authors, the original papers being either inaccessible or 
not having been as yet consulted by us in the original. The bibliographies 
referred to are by Hunter and Hooker, 1907, Salmon and Stiles, 1901, 
and Stiles and HassaU's Index, 1902, which is still appearing (abbreviated 
to H. and H. bibl., S. and S. bibl. and S. and H. bibl. in our bibliography) 
Some references are taken from Neumann, Huber, and other sources, 
including the Zoological Record and the Bibliographia Zoologica (Zool. 
Anzeiger). L. E. Robinson and W. F. Cooper have checked a number 
of the references. We are indebted to C. Warburton for kindly aiding 
with the translation of some extracts from the writings of classical 

We shall be very grateful to readers who may draw our attention to 
errors or omissions in the bibliography. 

G. H. F. N. 
L.E. R. and W.F.C. 

./,//y, 1911. 


Abn Mansur Muwaffak (?), vide Robert, Histol. Studien, in. pp. 143, 153. Cit. 
Huber bibl., 1910, p. 21. 

Absolon, Ph. C. K. (1899), Ueberdie Fauna der Hohlendes mahrischen Devonkalkes. 
Zool. Anz., xxn. 321-325. (Refers briefly to the occurrence of Eschatocephal us 
gracilipes Frauenfeld, on Chiroptera hibernating in caves, (l.e.r.)) 

Aclogue, A. (1905), Les Argas. Le Cosmos, N.S., nil. 536 (inaccessible). 

(1907), Le mode de nocuite des Argas. Le Cosmos, N.S., lvi. 33-36. 

Agassiz, L. (1846), Nomenclatoris zoologici Index Universalis, continens nomina 

systematica classium, ordinum, famUiarum et generum animalium omnium, 
tarn viventium quam fossilium, secundum ordinem alphabeticum vnicum disposita 
adjectis homonymiis plantar um, necnon variis adnotationibus et emendationibus, 
pp. viii + 393, 4°, Soloduri. (Only lists genera : Argas, Ixodes, etc.) 
Ajutolo, G. d' (1898), Nuovi casi di Argas refiexus parassita dell' uomo. Rend. 
Accad. 1st. Bologna, n. 222-223. 

(1900), Argas reflexus parassita dell' uomo. Mem. Accad. Bologna, 8 pp., 

4 Figs., 4°. (Cit. Huber, bibl. 1910, p. 21.) 

Aldrovandi, U. (died 1605, publ. posth. 1638), de Insectis. Citations, translated 
by us, from extracts of the Latin original in Pagenstecher, 1861, p. 4 : Lib. v. 
pp. 559 et seq., cap. v. the author gives the names of the tick in different 
countries: Hundlaus, Zecke, Holzbock (Germany); Hondtsluejis (Belgium); 
Rezna, Garapato (Spain). He would explain the Italian word cecca as 
derived from the gut ending blindly, thus reverting to the myth of Pliny. 
P. 554: "one often notices that dogs, on leaving home, are free from Ticks 
(ricinus), but on returning from the fields, where there is much thick, tall grass, 
they are infested by both kinds, great and small." P. 561, Pliny praises the 
blood, obtained from ticks, as a remedy for chronic ulcers. " If a fistula 
succeeds to an old disease... the blood of a tick which an ox has nurtured" will 
cure the condition. 

Allan, R. R. (1881), Septicemia from a Tick Wound. Lancet, n. 403. (Cit. Nuttall, 
1899, p. 42.) 

Allen, W. E. (20. XII. 1905), Internal Morphology of the American Cattle Tick. 
Studies from the Zool. Lab., University of Nebraska, No. 67, 4 PL, pp. 245-280 ; 
also Trans. American Micr. Soc, xxvi. 245 et seq., 4 Pis. 

Almy (10. X. 1901), Nouveaux cas de piroplasmose canine. Bulletin de la Soc. 
centr. de me'd. ve'te'r., pp. 375-380. 

see Nocard. 

n. 1. 1 1 

Bibliography of the Txodoidea altari 

Alt, K. (1892 a), Die Taubenzecke als Parasit des Menschen. Miinchen. med. 

Wochenschr., xxxix. 531-533, 2 Figs. (Cit. Xuttall, 1899, p. 45, A. reflexus.) 
(1892b), Die Taubenzecke als Parasit des Menschen. Thiermcd. Rundschau, 

Halle a. S., vi. 265-269. (1 Sept. ; A. reflexus.) 

(1893), Die Taubenzecke als Parasit des Menschen. Centralbl. f. Bacteriol., 

xiv. 468. (Rev. by Kniippel.) 

Amaral Leal, J., and Sant'Anna, J. F. (1909), Ornithodorus moubata in Lourenco 
Marques. Arch. Med. Lisbon, n. 87-88. 

Anderson, J. F. (1903), Spotted fever (Tick fever) of the Rocky Mountains. A new 
disease. Treasury Dept., Public Health and Marine Hosp. Service of the U.S'., 
Hygienic Laboratory Bulletin, No. 14, 50 pp. (3 col. plates, 2 photos, charts and 

Anon. (?), Australian Ticks. Amer. Micr. Journ., xxi. 123. 

Anonymous author (1702), An extract of some letters sent to Sir C. H. relating to 
some microscopal (sic) observations. Communicated by Sir C. H. to the 
publisher. Philos. Trans., London, xxm. 1362 (1702-1703). (Found a small 
black tick attached to his arm after a walk in the woods. Describes the mouth- 
parts and refers to figs, which do not accompany the text. His description of 
the hypostome of the " wood-tick " might apply to that of ricinus £ . In the 
" dog-tick " there were 8 teeth in a row on the " snout " (hypostome), which is 
aptly compared to the proboscis of a swordfish.) 

Aragao, H. de B. (1908), Algumas novas especies de carrapatos brazilieros. 
Trabalho do Lnstituto de Manguinhos, Rio de Janeiro, reprint 19 pp. no figs. 
(Haemaphysalis kodii, Amblyomma lutzi { = A. cooperi Nutt. and Warb.), 
Amblyomma braziliense, Amblyomma parvum, n.spp.) 

(8. VI. 1908). Mais uma nova especie de carrapato brazileiro. Brazil-Medico 

(Rio de Janeiro), xxn. 251-252 {Amblyomma mantiquirense, n.sp.). 

(22. XI. 1908), Mais um novo carrapato brazileiro. Brazil-Medico (Rio de 

Janeiro), xxir. 431-432 {Amblyomma pseudoconcolor, n.sp.). 

Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), Hist. anim. ed. Frankf. 1587 (full quotations from the 
Greek original are given by Pagenstecher, 1861, p. 2). We glean the following: 
p. 142, 1 : " Ticks (Kporcovfj) come out of the grass." P. 151, 22 : "The ass has no 
lice nor ticks ; oxen have both... among dogs Cynorhaestes {Kwopmarai) are 
plentiful." Theodorus Gaza interprets the latter as meaning ricinus, "a 
disgusting parasitic animal"; Cratander's (ed. Basil., 1534) Latin version reads 
"the tick {ricinus) is natural to dogs and takes its name Cynorhaestes from the 
dog" ; Gaza, on the other hand, renders /crotch- = redivus [reduvius] : "except the 
ass, which not only has no lice, but is even immune to the tick." Aristotle 
{Rhetoric, lib. n. cap. ii. ed. Didot, 1848, vol. I., p. 370, b) recounts a story of 
^Esop : "A fox, crossing a river, got into difficulty ; she had many ticks adhering 
to her body. A hedgehog wandering that way pitied her and asked her if she 
wanted the ticks pulled off, but she did not ; when the hedgehog asked her 
'why,' 'because,' said she, 'they are already full of me and they are drawing very 
little of my blood, whereas if you tear these out, other famished ones will come 
along who will take the little blood that is left to me.'" The name of Croton is 
derived from the tree called Kporcov whose yellowish, greasy seed resembles the 
tick. The saying " more healthy than a tick " appears, according to Zenobius, 
a.d. 200, to refer to the belief that the tick possessed no vent. 

2 1—2 

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Editorship of J. A. Smith and W. D. Ross. Vol. iv. : Historia Animalium by 

D'Arcy W. Thompson, Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1910. (P. 552 a, 15 occurs the 

passage: "The tick is generated from couch grass.") 
Ashburn, P. M. (1908), A comparative study of Tsutsugamushi Disease and 

Spotted or Tick fever of Montana. Boston Med. Surg. Journ., CLVin. 749-761. 
Ashburn, P. M. and Craig, C. F. (I. 1908), A comparative study of Tsutsugamushi 

disease and spotted or tick fever of Montana. Philippine Journ. of Set., B. 

Med. Sci., in. 1-29. (A useful summary of what is known about spotted fever.) 
Ashworth, J. H. (20. III. 1909), Some recent work on Ticks. Veterinary News, 

vi. 133-134. (Brief reference to hatching of /. ricinus eggs as cited in our text 

p. 300, otherwise nothing original.) 
Audouin, J. V. (1827), Description de VEgypte, ou recueil des observations et des 

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(1832), Lettres pour servir de materiaux a l'histoire des Insectes. Premiere 

Lettre, contenant des Recherches sur quelques Araignees parasites des genres 
Pteropte, Can's, Argas, et Ixode, adressee a M. Leon Dufour. Ann. d. sci. nat., 
Paris, xxv. 401-425, Pis. IX, Figs. 8-10 ; XIV, Figs. 1-4. (Argasidae and 

(1836), "Arachnida" in Todd's Cyclopedia of Anatomy and Physiology, 1. 200. 

(Classification according to Duges; p. 203 mouth-parts of Argas described, also 

spiracle of/, erinacei. Cit. Pagenstecher, 1861, p. 12.) 
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Stockholm (2), vn. 105-111, Figs. 3. 

(1886 b), Un Ixode endoparasite (Resume of foregoing). Ent. Tidskr., vn. 


Austen, E. E. (1906), An insect enemy of the disseminator of human tick fever in 
Angola. Journ. Trop. Med., Lond., ix. 113. (Describes Phonergatesbicoloripes, 
sent by Wellman.) 

Baldasseroni, V. (1908), "Ixodes ricinus" L. infetto da embrioni di Filaria. Bull. 

Soc. Eutom. Ital., Anno xxxv. 171-174. 
Balfour, A. (1904), First Report of the Wellcome Research Laboratories at the 

Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum. Printed by the Department of Education, 

Sudan Government, Khartoum. 83 pp. Numerous figures. 6 coloured plates. 

28 x 20 cm. 
Banks, C. S. (1904), The Australian Tick (Boophilus australis Fuller) in the 

Philippine Islands. [Publication] 14, Bureau of Gov't Lab's., Biological Lab. 

(Manila). Bull. No. 2, (Entomological Division), pp. 13-21, Figs. 1-23, reprint. 
Banks, N. (1895), The Acarina of Colorado. Ann. New York Acad. Sci., VIII. 

417-434. (Dermacentor americanus L. and Rhipicephahis sp. are only listed.) 
(1899), Reports upon the insects, spiders, mites, and myriapods collected on the 

Commander Islands Expedition. The Fur Seals and fur-seal islands of the 

North Pacific Ocean, Pt. 4, pp. 328-351. (Lists Ixodes borealis, supposes 


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/. fimbriatus Kramer and Neuiaan to be the male. Cit. Hunter and Hooker, 
1907, p. 73.) 
Banks, N. (1901a), Acarina in "Some Spiders and other Arachnida from Southern 
Arizona." Proc. U. S. Nat. Museum, xxm. 59<). (A. persicus and Ixodes sp. not 

(1901b), Some Arachnida from New Mexico. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila- 
delphia, liii. 568-597. {A. persicus found at Ueniing.) 

(1902b), Papers from the Hopkins-Stanford Galapagos Expedition, 1898-1899, 

vol. vil, Entomological Results (6), The Arachnida. Proc. Wash. Acad. Sci., 
iv. 70, PI. II, Fig. 9. (Argas transversa, n.sp., and mention of Amblyomma 
pilosum Nn. both at Albemarle Island.) 

(1904a), Some Arachnida of California. Proc. California Acad. Sci. (3), in. 

331-376, PI. XLI, Fig. 57 (Zoology). 

(1904 b), A treatise on the Acarina or Mites. Proc. U. S. National Mus., xxvni. 

1-114, 201 text-figs. (Ticks : pp. 42-49, Figs. 71-85.) 

(1904 c), The Arachnida of Florida. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila., lvi. 120-147. 

(Boophilus annulatus Say, Ixodes scapularis Say, Dermacentor americanus Linn., 
Amblyomma tuberculatum Marx, only listed.) 

(1907), A catalogue of the Acarina, or Mites, of the United States. Proc. U. S. 

Nat. Mus., xxxii. 595-625. 

(VIII. 1907), [Classification of ticks, summary of paper]. Proc. Entomol. Soc. 

Washington, vm. 62. (Cit. Banks, 1908, p. 14.) 

(1908), A revision of the Ixodoidea, or Ticks of the United States. U. S. Dep't 

of Agricidt., Bureau of Entomology, Technical Series No. 15. 60 pp., 10 Plates. 
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(1908 a), Tick-borne diseases and their origin. Journ. Econ. Entomol. I. 


(I.-III. 1910), New American Mites (Arachnoidea, Acarina), Proc. Entomolog. 

Soc, Washington, XII. 2-12, PI. I— III (Ornithodorus marginatus, n.sp. and 
Ixodes aequalis, n.sp.). 

(VI. 1910), Three new ticks from the United States. Proc. Entomol. Soc. 

Washington, x. 170-173, Figs. 12-17. (Dermacentor modestus, Aponomma 

inomata, Ixodes texanus.) 

Barber, C. A. (1894-95), Notes on Ticks. Leeward Islands Agricult. Journ. 1894, 
No. 2, p. 36 ; No. 3, p. 57. Reprinted in Journ. Trinidad Field- Naturalists' 
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(1895), The effects produced by ticks upon their hosts. From the Leeward 

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(27. VI. 1895 and 8. VIII. 1895), The Tick pest in the Tropics. Nature, ui. 

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Barnes, A. W. (1896 a), Tick fever in Queensland. (Read before Centr. Queensland 
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Batelli, A. (1891a), Note auatomo-fisiologiche sugli Ixodini. Monitore zool. ital., 
Firenze, Anno II, No. 4, pp. 78-84 ; No. 5, pp. 98-104, 1 Fig. 

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Batelli, A. (1891 b), Anatomical and physiological notes on Ixodklae. (Abstract of' 
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(1892 a), Note anatomo-fisiologiche sngli Ixodini (communicazione preventiva . 

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detailed description promised.) 

(1883), Animal Parasites and Messmates. 3rd ed., 83 Figs., 274 pp. London : 

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see Gervais. 

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tumour, condition known as " Psydracia ab acaro reduvio." Application of oil 
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Ztirn, F. A. (1872), Die Schmarotzer auf und in dem Kbrper unserer Haussiiugethiere, 
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Royal Agricultural Society 

W. F. COOPER, B.A., F.Z.S., F.L.S., of the Cooper Laboratory for 

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OINCE the publication of our first Bibliography (1911) a great many 
^ papers have appeared which deal with ticks and their relation to 
disease. We have, moreover, collected a number of references which 
were omitted from the previous Bibliography. 

We are indebted to Med.-Rath Dr J. Chr. Huber (Memmingen) 
for sending a number of titles which we should probably have over- 
looked. W T e have also to thank Mr W. E. Collinge, M.Sc, for communi- 
cating a few titles. 

The present Bibliography contains 462 titles. 

Our comments on the contents of the papers cited are enclosed 
in [] brackets. 

As stated in the preface to the first Bibliography, we shall be very 
grateful to readers who may draw our attention to errors or omissions. 

G.H.F.N. and L.E.R. 


2nd October, 1914. 

V I 



p. 2. Aragao, H. de B. (1908) : Add — also in Brazil- Medico, Rio de Janeiro, xxn. 

p. 2. Aragao, H. de B. (22. xi. 1908) : Add — also reprinted in Trabalhos do 

Institute de Manguinhos, Rio de Janeiro, 7 pp. 
p. 3. Banks, C. S. (1904) : Add— also included with Jobling and Wooley (1904) 

in Publication No. 14, Dept. Interior. Bur. Govt. Labs. Manila. 
p. 9. Canestrini, Gr. and Canestrini, R. (1882 a) : delete reference as it does not 

relate to ticks, 
p. 10. for " Chillada" read— Chillida. 
p. 13. for " Craybill, H. W." read— Graybill, H. W. 
p. 16. for "Du Buysson (1896)" read— Du Buysson, H. (1897), and add, after 

" E?itomol."—LXV. 217-226. 
p. 20. Furstenberg, M. H. (1861) : delete reference as it does not relate to ticks. 
p. 30. Lavarra, L. (1906) : delete reference, 
p. 42. Moufetius, T. (1634) : Hagen and Burmeister, II. 5, state that the real 

author is Conrad Gessner. 
p. 45. Nordenskiold, E. (1908) : for " pp. 637-672," read 637-674. 
p. 51. Rainbow, W. J. (1896) : this title was cited from the Zoological Record, 

but Rainbow informed us in 1911 that he is not the author and he 

suggests that the paper may be by C. J. Pound, 
p. 51. Rainbow, W. J. (1904) : delete reference, as a dipterous insect and not 

a true tick is meant. 


Aders, W. M. (1. III. 1912), The Mood-sucking Arthropods of Zanzibar harmful to 
Man or Stock. Zanzibar : Published by the Zanzibar Gov't. Leaflet No. 2. 
13 pp. 

Aitken, C J. H. (1905), Illness following a Tick bite. Brit. Med. Journ., i. 412. 

Ajutolo, G. d' (1899-1900), Dell' Argas reflexas Latreille, parasita dell' uoino. Mem. 
d. r. Accad. d, So. Bologna, 5 s., viii. 9. 

Amberg, E. (1910), Ornithodorus megnini Duges im Gehorgang. Arch. Ohrenheil- 
kunde, lxxxii. 273-274, 1 Fig. 

Anderson, T. J. (1913), Ticks and biting Insects of Nairobi. Nairobi Laboratory 
Repts., Jan.-June, 1912, in. 19-20. 

Anonymous Authors (1897-1901), Taubenzecke {Argas rejlexus) in Zeitschr. f. 
Brief taubenkunde, Hannover, 1897, p. 787; 1899, p. 297; 1901, p. 264. 
[Cited by Metz, 1911, p. 4, as appealing for remedies against the tick.] 

Anonymous (1903), Un cas de parasitisme sur la peau humaine. Natural, canad., 
xxx. 157-162, 2 Figs. 

(1909), Extincion de la Garrapata. Boletin del Ministerio de Agricultura, XL, 

Num. 1, 2 y 3. Buenos Aires. 

Anonymous (III. 1914), Ticks in the West Indies. Agri<: Netcs, Barbadoes, xirr 
p. 90. Rev. in Rev. of Applied Entomol., s. B, Med. and Veter., n. 129. [Ticks 
listed : Argas persicus, Boophilus australis, Amblyomma variegatum, A. hirtwm, 
A. dissimile, Rhipicephalvs sanguineus, Boophilus sp., Hyalomma aegyptium, 
H. longirostre, Dermacentor nitens, Rhipicephalus sp. Specimens identified by 
Nuttall and W»ai'burton, for the Imperial Bureau of Entomology.] 

Anonymous (IV. 1914), The Fowl Tick and Spirochaetosis. Agric. Gaz., N. S. 
Wales, Sydney, xxv. 349-350, 2 Figs. Rev. in Rec. of Applied Entomol. s. B, 
Med. and Veter., u. 116. [Argas persicus, compiled account of fowl spiro- 

Aragao, H. de B. (1911), Notas sobre ixodidas brazileiros. — Notes sur les ixodides 
du Bresil. (Portuguese and French text and title.) Memorias d. Inst. Oswaldo 
Cruz, in. 145-195, Pis. 11 and 12. [Gives a survey of Brazilian ticks, describes 
n. spp. : Ornithodorus rostratus, Amblyomma pacae, Hoemuphysalis lej><>ris var. 
proxima, figures these ; also figures spp. described by author in 1908 : A. br<i- 
ziliense, A. mantiquirense, A. parvum, A. pseudo concolor, H. kochi ; also figures 
A. incisum Nn. and A. oblongoguttatimi Koch.] 

■ (1912), Contribuicao para a sistematica e biolojia dos ixodidas. — Beitrag 

zur Systematik und Biologie der "Ixodidae." Mem. d. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz, iv. 
96-119, Pis. II (coloured), III, 6 Text-tigs. [Parthenogenesis in ticks: 
Amblyomma agamum n. sp.] 

N. II. 1 1 

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Aragao, H.jie B. (1913), Nota sobre algumas colecdes de carrapatos brazileiros. 
Mem. d. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz, v. 263-270, PL 26. [Amblyomma conspicuum n. sp. 

PI. 26, Figs. 1-2 coloured, £ dorsum and venter, good.] 
Archibald, R. G.. see Balfour, A. 
Austen, E. E. (1907), Blood-sucking Flies, Ticks, etc. 3rd edition. London : British 

Museum (Natural History). Instructions for Collectors ; X,,. 7. 8vo, 24 pp. 

Balfour, A. (1908), Spirochaetosis of Sudanese fowls. Report Wellcome Res. Labs., 
Khartoum, in. 38-59, 2 Pis. 

(1911), Spirochaetosis of Sudanese fowls. 4th Rept. Wellcome Research 

Laboratories, Khartoum. Vol. a— Medical, 76-107, Pis. Ill and IV. [Argas 
and Ornithodorus mentioned.] 
Balfour, A., and Archibald, R. G- (1908), Ticks. Suppl. to 3rd Report Wellcome 
Research Laboratories, Khartoum, 199-202. [A review of papers by other 
Balzer and Poisot (1906), Accidents causes par la piqure de VAryas. Hull. Soc. 
Franc, de Dermat. et Syph., Paris, xvn. 344-347. Also: Ann. ,/,■ Dermat. 
et Syph., Paris, 1906, 4s., vn. 604-607. Also: Med. mod,, Paris, 1906, 
xvii. 205. 
Banks, N. (1912), New American Mites. Proc. Entom. Soc. Washington, xiv. 96-99, 

2 Pis. [Otobius n. gen. pro Ornithodorus megnini.] 
Barnard, W. C. (1905), Arizona ticks. St. Louis Med, Rev., LI. 437. 
Bateman, H. R„ see Bruce, D. 
Baume, Wolf, La (1910), Zur Naturgeschichte des Holzbocks, Ixodes ricinus L. 

Prometheus, xxi. 91-92. 
Baxter, J. M. (1899), Ta epizoa. Proc. Nat. Hist. Assoc. Miramichi, 1. 20-23. [/."-- 

didae and other parasites.] 
Bedford, G. A. H. (1913), A Tick new to South Africa. Second Report of the Director 
of Veterinary Research (Department of Agriculture;, ( 'ape Town, 343-344, PI. 37, 
2 Figs. [Omithodorus megnini Duges : Occurrence in ears of cows at Vrylmrg, 
Bechuanaland and Fauresmith, Orange Free State.] 
Behr, H. H. (1899), A Californian Tick. Canadian Entomol., xxxi. 229-231. 
[Effects of bite of Ornithodorus americanus ; identification of species and 
remarks by Banks, p. 231.] 
Beloglazov, G. I. (1914). [Epidemic of Piroplasmosis in Horses in the Government 
of Tobolsk.] Arch. Vet. Naut, St. Petersburg, pt. 1, 45-56. Rev. in Revi 
Applied Entomol,, n., ser. B : Med. and Veter. (vi. 1914), 98. [Equine 
piroplasmosis in Gov't of Tobolsk occurs usually in spring, runs a severe course. 
Few ticks found on the horses.] 
Belt, T. (1874), The Naturalist in Nicaragua, London : John Murray. 103 pp., 
•with Map and Illustrations. [Pp. 209-210, - Ixodes bovis," attacking man in the 
plains of Nicaragua in April especially, also attack snakes, iguanas, birds 
(particularly curassows) and large mammals. The herdsmen remove them 
from their persons by means of a ball of wax which they carry for the purpose. 
The author evidently confused several species of ticks under the name 
"/. bovis."] 
Benoit-Bazille, H. (1910), V Argas rertexus{¥&hr.) et son parasitisme chez 1'homme. 
Mem, Soc, Zool. France, XXII, 261-280, 3 Pis. 

2 1—2 

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Bequeart, J., see Rodhain, J. 

Bertolini, G. (1908), Di alcuni parassiti del bestiame dell' Agru Romano e della 

Sardegna. N. Ercolania, Pisa, xiii. 277, 373, 386, 401. 
Bielitzer, A. V. (1914), [Piroplasmosis of Horses in Russia], Arch. Vet. Nauk. 

St. Petersburg, Pt. 1, 73-78. Rev. in Review Applied Entomol., n., ser. B : 
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Russia, and the role of the tick in its distribution.] Vet. Ubo.r., Moscow, \. 

Bienarovic, S. K. (1907), [Ticks of North-western Russia as intermediaries of 
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(1911), [The intervention of a tick in the causation of enzootic haemo- 
globinuria in North-western Russia ; anatomy, biology, and pathogenicity 
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Billings, F. S. (1893), Original investigations in cattle diseases in Nebraska. Southern 
cattle plague. 3rd edit., revised and augmented with many new investigations, 
and the true place of the tick as a vehicle of infection unquestionably demon- 
strated. Lincoln, 116 pp., 8°. 

Birdseye, 0. (9. HI. 1912), Some common mammals of Western Montana in relation 
to Agriculture and Spotted Fever. U.S. Dept. Agric, Farmers? Bull., No. 184. 
Washington, 46 pp., 34 Text-figs. 

see Henshaw, H. W. 

Bishop, 0. F. (XII. 1911), Notes on a trypanosome found in a sheep tick, and its 
probable connection with the disease known as louping-ill. Veterin. Jowrn. 
lxvii. 709-715, 1 Fig. [Found a "trypanosome" in blood squeezed from a tick 
taken from diseased sheep at Bellingham, Northumberland. In Sleeping Sick- 
ness Bull. No. 36, p. 157, it is stated that the tick is Ixodes ricinus ; it is not 
stated who determined it.] 

Bishopp, F. C. (23. VI. 1911)- Some new North American Ixodidae, with notes on 
other species. Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, xxiv. 197-208, PI. II. [Ixodes 
cooki var. rugosus n. var., £ and $ descr. Figs. 1-2 ; I. banksi n. sp., <j? descr. 
Figs. 3-6 ; /. kingin. sp., $ 9 descr., Figs. 7-12 ; notes on /. angustuz Neumann ; 
/. angustus var. woodi n. var., J, Figs. 10-13 ; notes on /. scidptus Xeumann 
and Raemaphysalis chordeilis Packard, £ descr.] 

(XII. 1911) [Review of Nuttall and Warburton, Ticks, pt. 2.] Jowrn. Econ. 

Entomol., iv. 564-565. Concord, New Haven, U. S. A. 

(19. III. 1912), A new species of Dermacentor and notes on other North 

American Ixodidae. Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington, xxv. 29-38, PI. I. [Ixodes 
diversifossus Neumann, description of £ and $, Figs. 7-12; /. texanus 
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centor parumapertus marginatus. Tlie author figures the insect and parasi- 
tized ticks.] 

(22. xi. 1913;, Experiments in the use of sheep in the eradication of the 

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Tick. U.S. Dept. Agric., Bull. No. 15, I I \>\>. 
Rev. in Rev. Applied Entomol., n. ser. B, 2-3. 

Wood, H. P., see Bishopp, F. C. ; see Hooker, W. A. 

Yakimoff, L. and Kohl-YakimoflF, N. (1911), Etude des txodidesde Russie. Arch. 
de Parasitol., Paris, xiv. 416-425, Figs. 1-4. [Enumerate known species and 

describe Rhipicephcdus rossicus n. sp., <$ and $ being figured.] 

(III. 1912), Sur la question des Ixodidesde Russie. Bull. Soc. Mid. Exotique, 

Paris, v. 194-195. [Reply to Nuttall, n. 1912, p. 120.] 

Yakimoff, W. L., Vinogradoff, A. A., and Kohl- Yakimoff (I. 1912, Argot 
persicus persicus Fischer-Waldheim en Russie d'Europe. Bull. Soc. Med. 
Exotique, Paris, v. 39-41. [Lists species of ticks found in Russia. Errors in 
this paper are pointed out by Nuttall, II. 1912, p. 120.] 

Yorke, W., see Kinghorn, A. 

Zabala, J., see Lignieres, J. 

Ziemann, H. (1905), Beitrag zur Verbreitung der blutsaugenden Tiere in W( 
Afrika. Arch. f. Schiffs- u. Tropen-Hyg., IX. 114-119. 

(I. 1912), Zur Verbreitung der blutsaugenden Tiere in Kamerun. Arch. f. 

Schiffs- u. Tropen-Hyg., xvi. 53-58, reprint. [Lists species of ticks found, and 
determined by Neumann.] 

(III. 1912), Zeckenlarven an Menschen in den Tropen. Archiv f. Schiffs- 

u. Tropen- Hygiene, XVI. 196. [Man often attacked by tick larvae in the 
tropics. Two cases briefly described where 30 and 200 larvae respec- 
tively attacked persons who had been in the bush. The larvae produced 
intolerable itching, the condition leading in one case to the wrong diagnosis "f 
Phthirius pubis infestation ; the tick larvae were not, however, confined to hairy 
parts of skin. Baths useless, rubbing skin all over with petroleum, or repeatedly 
dabbing the ticks with petroleum, promptly cured the condition by removing 
the ticks, of which the species was not determined. ] 




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