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BUiLLiTiuiN


of the



FLORIDA
MUSEUM OF
NATURAL HISTORY

CHEWING LICE (MALLOPHAGE)
FROM BIRDS IN FLORIDA:
A LISTING BY HOST

Donald J. Forrester, Herbert W. Kale II,
Roger D. Price, K. C. Emerson,
and Garry W. Foster

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CHEWING LICE (MALLOPHAGA)
FROM BIRDS IN FLORIDA:
A LISTING BY HOST




Donald J. Forresterl, Herbert W. Kale H2, Roger D. Price3,
K. C. Emerson4, and Garry W. Foster5








ABSTRACT

A host list of chewing lice (Mallophaga) from birds in Florida is presented. This includes lice from
171 of the 446 native birds that occur in the state and represents information on 17 orders and 44 families of
birds. Nothing is known for 3 orders and 14 families. Records on the domestic chicken, the Northern Jacana
(an introduced exotic), and the Whooping Crane (captive-reared and subsequently released into Florida) are
given also for comparative purposes.

RESUME

Se present una list de hu6spedes de piojos masticadores (Mallophaga) de aves de Florida. Esta list
incluye piojos de 171 de las 446 aves nativas que se encuentran en el estado, representando informaci6n de
17 6rdenes y 44 families de aves. Nada se sabe sobre 3 6rdenes y 14 families. Se presentan tambi6n, con
prop6sitos comparatives, registros en el polio domdstico, la Jacana del Norte (ave ex6tica introducida) y la
Grulla Aulladora (criada en cautividad y posteriormente liberada en Florida).


1 The senior author is a Professor in the Department of Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, P.O. Box
110880, Gainesville FL 32611-0880, U.S.A.
H W. Kale II is Vice President of the Florida Audubon Society, 460 Highway 436, Casselberry FL 32707, U.S.A.
R D. Price is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Entomology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater OK 74078, U S.A.
560 Boulder Drive, Casselbeny FL 33957, U.S.A. (Deceased).
'G.W. Foster is a Biological Scientist in the Department of Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, P.O. Box
110880, Gainesville FL 32611-0880, U.S A

FORRESTER, D. J., H.W. KALE II, R.D. PRICE, K. C. EMERSON, & G. W. FOSTER. 1995. Chewing
lice (Mallophaga) from birds in Florida: A listing by host. Bull. Florida Mus. Nat. Hist. 39(l):1-44.






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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction ............. ................................................................................................ 2
Acknowledgm ents ...... ........................................................................................... 3
M methods .......................................................................................................................... ........................ . .... 4
R results and D discussion ................................................................................................................................... 4
Checklist of chew ing lice by avian host.............................................................................. .................... 5
Gaviiformes (Loons) .................................... ...................................................... 5
Podicipediform es (G rebes)........................................................................................ ....................... 5
Procellariiformes (Tube-nosed Swimmers)............... .................................................... 5
Pelecaniform es (Totipalm ate Sw im m ers)...................................................................... .................. 6
Ciconiiformes (Herons, Ibises, Storks, and Allies).................................................... ................... 9
Phoenicopteriform es (Flam ingos)....................................................................................................... 14
Anseriformes (Screamers, Swans, Geese, and Ducks)................................................................. 14
Falconiform es (D iurnal B irds of Prey)............................................................................................... 16
G alliform es (G allinaceous birds)........................................................................................................ 20
Gruiform es (Cranes, Rails, and Allies).................................................................... ..................... 22
Charadriiform es (Shorebirds, Gulls, and Allies)..................................................... ..................... 25
C olum biform es (Pigeons and D oves) ........................................................................... ................... 32
Psittaciform es (Parrots and A llies) ................................................................................. ................. 33
C uculiform es (Cuckoos and A llies).................................................................................................... 33
Strigiform es (O w ls)..................... ................................................................................................. 34
Caprimulgiformes (Goatsuckers and Allies) ............................................................... .................. 35
Apodiformes (Swifts and Hummingbirds) ................................................................. .................... 35
C oraciiform es (K ingfishers)................................................................................................................ 35
Piciform es (W oodpeckers and A llies) ......................................................................... .................... 35
Passeriform es (Passerine B irds) .............................................................................. ..................... 36
L iteratu re C ited .............................................................................................................................................. 4 2

INTRODUCTION

Chewing lice (Mallophaga) are primarily parasites of birds although some
species are found on mammals (Harwood and James 1979). They possess chewing
type mandibles, have no wings, and are dorsoventrally flattened (Loomis 1978).
Most bird-banders or others who work closely with wild or domestic birds are
familiar with these arthropods and often observe them scurrying among the
feathers of the bird being handled or crawling off of the bird onto their hands.
These specialized insects are very host-specific especially at the host order level,
and their distribution usually coincides with that of their host (Turner 1971). They
spend their entire life on the host (Loomis 1978). Their eggs usually are laid on
the flight feathers, although the exact location varies with the species of louse in
question (Turner 1971). After hatching, the nymphs undergo three instars before
becoming adults, the entire process taking from 3 to 4 weeks (Turner 1971, Loomis
1978). The normal life span of adults is several months on the avian host, but not
over 5 or 6 days off of the host (Loomis 1978).
Transmission of chewing lice from bird to bird occurs through direct contact
during mating and brooding and via various roosting and dusting activities (Turner
1971). In addition, an interesting process called phoresy has been documented in
which chewing lice move from one host or locality to another by attaching to flying
insects such as louse flies, mosquitoes, dragon flies, bumblebees, and even






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butterflies (Turner 1971). Some species of chewing lice feed on feathers or feather
products (barbs and barbules) while others utilize blood and serum (Turner 1971,
Loomis 1978). Harmful effects have been reported for domestic poultry in which
infestations of large numbers of lice cause extreme irritation that leads to
restlessness, weight loss, and a decrease in egg production (Turner 1971, Harwood
and James 1979). Such effects have not been recorded for wild birds; however, in
a study of captive Rock Doves (Columba livia) it was concluded that "Louse-
imposed feather damage may reduce the thermoregulatory ability of the host,
which would presumably have a negative impact on host fitness...."(Clayton 1991:
283). Sick or weakened birds often have larger numbers of lice than normal birds
and this has been attributed to the inability of compromised birds to keep their lice
in check by preening (Turner 1971). However, it is difficult to determine if a bird
is in poor health because it has a large number of lice, or if the large number of lice
resulted from poor health. Some species of chewing lice serve as biological vectors
of filarioid nematodes such as those found in swifts (Dutton 1905, Nelson 1962),
geese and swans (Seegar et al. 1976), coots (Bartlett and Anderson 1989), and
several shorebirds (Bartlett 1993).
In 1979, Harwood and James reported that there were about 3000 described
species of chewing lice in the world. Allowing for work done since that estimate,
this number is considerably higher now. Until recently very little has been known
about the numbers and distribution of species of chewing lice that occur on birds in
Florida. The oldest record of a chewing louse from a Florida bird is that of
Timmermann (1971) in which Saemundssonia sagulata was described from
specimens collected from a Florida Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis pratensis) in
1882. Several lists have been published on the chewing lice of birds in North
America including those by Kellogg (1899), Peters (1936), Malcomson (1960), and
Emerson (1972). The publication by Peters (1936) is of particular interest because
it contained records of lice from 53 species of birds in Florida, although he gave no
specific data on localities and dates. Since 1936, only about a dozen or so
publications on Florida bird lice have appeared, mostly in the 1980's and early
1990's. We have had the opportunity to collect and identify chewing lice from a
large number and variety of birds throughout Florida during the past three decades.
Inasmuch as most of the information is not available in published form, we felt that
it would be useful to organize these data into a phylogenetic host list to provide a
baseline and possible stimulus for further research on these interesting
ectoparasites.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Numerous people assisted us in the collection of lice or collected specimens from various birds in
Florida over the years and donated them to us for this project. These included Lora R. Ballweber, Joseph A.
Conti, Mary C. Garvin, Pamela P. Humphrey, James N. Layne, Maria S. Sepilveda, Marilyn G. Spalding,
Scott P. Terrell, and many others, too numerous to list here. Robert R. Gerrish, James N. Layne, James W.
Mertins, Benjamin N. Tuggle, and Yoshika 0. Willis provided valuable unpublished data. Their assistance
was much appreciated. This research was supported in part by grants and contracts to one of us (DJF) from






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the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's Federal Aid to Wildlife Restoration Program, Florida
Pittman-Robertson Project W-41 from 1969 to 1995. This is Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Journal Series No. R-04227.

METHODS

Lice were collected in various ways from living and dead birds by the authors
and their colleagues during the past 30 years. Some were seen among the feathers
of birds that had been captured alive for banding purposes or for various biological
studies. Others were obtained from carcasses of birds that were killed by hunters
or by collisions with vehicles on highways or found sick or dead in the field or
washed up on beaches. Specimens usually were preserved in 70% alcohol (ethyl or
isopropyl) and later mounted on slides for microscopic examination. In addition
to our own collections, we obtained records from the Florida State Collection of
Arthropods (FSCA, Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services, Gainesville, Florida), The K. C. Emerson Entomological
Museum (EEM, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma), the U. S.
National Museum of Natural History Entomological Collection (USNM,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.), and from the published literature.
We attempted to ascertain the year and the county in Florida from which each
collection was made and these are indicated on the following list. We indicate the
source [publication or museum collection] in brackets after the year of collection,
unless the data are our own, in which case nothing appears after the date.
Representatives of specimens that we collected have been deposited in the FSCA
and the EEM. Common and scientific names of birds and their respective families
and orders and their sequence in the list follow the American Ornithologists'
Union's Checklist of North American Birds published in 1983 and subsequent
supplements (American Ornithologists' Union 1989, 1991, 1993).

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

The list of verified birds in Florida totals 457 and includes 446 natives and 11
established exotics (Robertson and Woolfenden 1992). We were able to obtain
records of one or more species of chewing lice from 171 of these avian species,
representing 17 orders and 44 families that occur in the state. We have no data on
3 orders and 14 families of birds in Florida. This is not to suggest that these latter
birds are free of chewing lice, but rather that they have not been studied within the
state. Data were also available on domestic chickens, one introduced exotic species
(the Northern Jacana), and the Whooping Crane (which had been hatched and
reared in captivity and subsequently released into the wild in Osceola County), and
these are included. In the list that follows the records are organized by orders and
families of avian host. Genera and species of lice are treated alphabetically.






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GAVIIFORMES (LOONS)
Gaviidae (Loons)
Common Loon, Gavia immer Briinnich
Craspedonirmus immer Emerson 1955
Pinellas County 1973

PODICIPEDIFORMES (GREBES)
Podicipedidae (Grebes)
Horned Grebe, Podiceps auritus (Linnaeus)
Aquanirmus bucomfishi Edwards 1965
Dade County 1918 [EEM]

PROCELLARIIFORMES (TUBE-NOSED SWIMMERS)
Diomedeidae (Albatrosses) No information available.
Procellariidae (Shearwaters and Petrels)
Black-capped Petrel, Pterodroma hasitata (Kuhl)
A ustromenopon popellus (Piaget 1890)
Brevard County 1972
Halipeurus theresae Timmermann 1969
Brevard County 1972
Volusia County 1977 [EEM]
Saemundssoniajamaicensis Timmermann 1962
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]
Cory's Shearwater, Calonectris diomedea (Scopoli)
Austromenopon echinatum Edwards 1960
Brevard County 1993
Halipeurus abnormis (Piaget 1885)
Brevard County 1993
Saemundssonia peusi (Eichler 1949)
Brevard County 1993
Greater Shearwater, Puffinus gravis (O'Reilly)
Ancistrona vagelli (J. C. Fabricius 1787)
Brevard County 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Martin County 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Austromenopon paululum (Kellogg and Chapman 1899)
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 19961
Indian River County 1972 and 1978-79 [EEM]
Martin County 1993 [Foster et al. 19961
St. Lucie County 1979 [EEM]
Halipeurus gravis Timmermann 1961
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Indian River County 1978-79 [EEM]
Martin County 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]






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St. Lucie County 1979
Naubates harrisoni Bedford 1930
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Indian River County 1978-79 [EEM]
Martin County 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Saemundssonia peusi (Eichler 1949)
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Martin County 1978 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Trabeculus hexakon (Waterston 1914)
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
Indian River County 1978-79 [EEM]
Martin County 1978 [EEM]; 1993 [Foster et al. 1996]
St. Lucie County 1979 [EEM]
Audubon's Shearwater, Puffinus Iherminieri Lesson
Austromenopon paululum (Kellogg and Chapman 1899)
Dade County 1980 [EEM, USNM]
Halipeurus spadix Timmermann 1961
Brevard County 1980 [EEM, FSCA, USNM]
Lee County 1983 [FSCA]
Naubates harrisoni Bedford 1930
Dade County 1980 [EEM]
Trabeculus mirabilis (Kellogg 1896)
Dade County 1980 [EEM]
Hydrobatidae (Storm-Petrels)
Leach's Storm-Petrel, Oceanodroma leucorhoa (Vieillot)
Halipeurus pelagicus (Denny 1842)
Martin County 1993

PELECANIFORMES (TOTIPALMATE SWIMMERS)
Phaethontidae (Tropicbirds)
White-tailed Tropicbird, Phaethon lepturus Daudin
Saemundssonia uppalensis (Rudow 1870)
Martin County 1983 [FSCA]
Red-billed Tropicbird, Phaethon aethereus Linnaeus
Saemundssonia phaetona (Osborn 1890)
Martin County 1979 [EEM]
Sulidae (Boobies and Gannets)
Masked Booby, Sula dactylatra Lesson
Eidmanniella albescens (Piaget 1880)
Franklin County 1983
Pectinopygus annulatus (Piaget 1880)
Franklin County 1983
Brown Booby, Sula leucogaster (Boddaert)






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Pectinopygus garbei (Pessoa and Guimaraies 1935)
St. Lucie County 1981 [EEM, FSCA, USNM]
Northern Gannet, Morus bassanus (Linnaeus)
Eidmanniella pustulosa (Nitzsch 1866)
Dade County 1957 [FSCA]
Indian River County 1969, 1971, 1974-75 [EEM]; 1976, 1978-79;
1981 [USNM]
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Martin County 1978 [EEM]; 1993
Palm Beach County 1988
Volusia County 1927 [FSCAJ
Pectinopygus bassani (0. Fabricius 1780)
Dade County 1957 [FSCA]
Indian River County 1969, 1971, 1974-76, 1978-79 [EEM]; 1981
[EEM, FSCA]
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCAI
Martin County 1978 [EEM]; 1993
Palm Beach County 1988, 1993
Volusia County 1927 [FSCA, USNM]
Pelecanidae (Pelicans)
American White Pelican, Pelecanus erythrorhynchos Gmelin
Colpocephalum unciferum Kellogg 1896
Clay County 1982
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1957 [FSCA]
Orange County 1972 [EEM]; 1990
Pectinopygus tordoffi Elbel and Emerson 1956
Clay County 1982
Lee County 1981 [EEM]
Orange County 1972 [EEM]; 1990
Piagetiella peralis (Leidy 1878)
Lee County 1993
Orange County 1972, 1990
Brown Pelican, Pelecanus occidentalis Linnaeus
Colpocephalum occidentalis Price 1967
Brevard County 1972
Indian River County 1976 [EEM]
Lee County 1980-82 and 1984-85 [EEM, FSCA]
Pinellas County 1930 [Price 1967]; 1973
Pectinopygus occidentalis Thompson 1948
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]
Indian River County 1976 [EEM]; 1981 [EEM, FSCA]






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Lee County 1980 and 1985 [EEM]; 1981-82 [EEM, FSCA]; 1984
[FSCA]
Palm Beach County 1973 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1930 [USNM]; 1973
Piagetiella bursaepelecani (Perry 1876)
Pinellas County 1930 [USNM]
Phalacrocoracidae (Cormorants)
Double-crested Cormorant, Phalacrocorax auritus (Lesson)
Eidmanniella pellucida (Rudow 1869)
Indian River County 1974 [EEM]
Lee County 1980 [EEM]; 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1992
"West coast"- 1973-76 [Threlfall 1982]
Pectinopygusfarallonii (Kellogg 1896)
Brevard County 1976 [Threlfall 1982]; 1977
Lee County 1979, 1981 [EEM, FSCA]; 1978, 1980 [EEM];
1983-84 [FSCA]
Monroe County 1989, 1992
Pinellas County 1929, 1931 [USNM]; 1931 [EEM]
"West coast"- 1973-76 [Threlfall 1982]
Piagetiella incomposita (Kellogg and Chapman 1899)
Lee County 1984 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1992
"West coast"- 1973-76 [Threlfall 1982]
No specific locality or date given [Price 1970]
Anhingidae (Darters)
Anhinga, Anhinga anhinga (Linnaeus)
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Indian River County 1969 [EEM]
Pectinopygus anhingae (Peters 1935)
Indian River County 1969 [EEM]
Lee County 1982-83 [EEM]
Fregatidae (Frigatebirds)
Magnificent Frigatebird, Fregata magnificens Mathews
Colpocephalum spineum Kellogg 1899
Levy County 1956 [EEM, FSCAI
Monroe County 1977
Fregatiella aurifasciata (Kellogg 1899)
Levy County 1956 [EEM, FSCAJ
Pectinopygusfregatiphagus (Eichler 1943)
Levy County 1956 [EEM, FSCA, USNM]
Monroe County 1968 [EEM]






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CICONIIFORMES (HERONS, IBISES, STORKS, ALLIES)
Ardeidae (Herons, Egrets)
Great Blue Heron, Ardea herodias Linnaeus
Ardeicola cruscula Carriker 1960
Collier County 1994
Glades County 1976
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Alachua County 1994
Brevard County 1969
Collier County 1993-94
Lee County 1985 [EEM]
Monroe County 1966 [EEM, USNM]; 1988-89, 1995
Okeechobee County 1981
Osceola County 1993
Great White Heron, Ardea herodias occidentalis (Audubon)
Ardeicola cruscula Carriker 1960
Collier County 1994
Monroe County 1995
Ardeicola sp.
Collier County 1988
Dade County 1988
Monroe County 1988
Palm Beach County 1988
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Collier County 1988
Dade County 1988
Monroe County 1987-89, 1994-95
Wiirdeman's Heron, Ardea herodias Linnaeus (a cross between the Great Blue
Heron and the Great White Heron)
Ardeicola cruscula Carriker 1960
Monroe County 1995
Great Egret, Casmerodius albus (Linnaeus)
Ardeicola expallidus Blagoveshtchensky 1940
Collier County 1994
Dade County 1993-94
Monroe County 1987-89, 1994
Okeechobee County 1990
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Collier County 1995
Dade County 1987, 1989, 1993-94
Monroe County 1987-89, 1994
Okeechobee County 1990
Palm Beach County 1990





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Snowy Egret, Egretta thula (Molina)
Ardeicola expallidus Blagoveshtchensky 1940
Collier County 1993
Dade County 1989
Monroe County 1987-88, 1990
Okeechobee County 1989-90
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Collier County 1993
Glades County 1990
Indian River County 1967; 1967-69, 1972 [EEM]
Lee County 1979 [EEM]
Monroe County 1987-88
Okeechobee County 1989-90
St. Lucie County 1966 [EEM]
Little Blue Heron, Egretta caerulea (Linnaeus)
Ardeicolaflorida Carriker 1960
Lee County 1983 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1987-89
Palm Beach County 1990
Ardeiphilus sp.
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Collier County 1992
Dade County 1994
Indian River County 1966 [EEM]; 1972, 1974
Lee County 1979 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1988
St. Lucie County 1966
Tricolored Heron, Egretta tricolor (Miiller)
Ardeicola nigra Tuff 1967
Dade County 1989
Glades County 1990
Indian River County 1966
Lee County 1983 [EEM]
Monroe County 1987-90
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Indian River County 1968, 1972 [EEM]
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]; 1983 [EEM]
Monroe County 1970, 1987-90
St. Lucie County 1970 [EEM]
Reddish Egret, Egretta rufescens (Gmelin)
Ardeicola nigra Tuff 1967
Monroe County 1978 [Conti et al. 1986]; 1988






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Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Monroe County 1978 [Conti et al. 1986]
Cattle Egret, Bubulcus ibis (Linnaeus)
Ardeicola expallidus Blagoveshtchensky 1940
Palm Beach County 1989
Ardeiphilus sp.
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
Indian River County 1969, 1972 [EEM]
Palm Beach County 1989
Green Heron, Butorides virescens (Linnaeus)
Ciconiphilus butoridiphagus Carriker 1964
Indian River County 1973
Black-crowned Night-Heron, Nycticorax nycticorax (Linnaeus)
Ardeicola goisagi Uchida 1953
Lee County 1989
Ciconiphilus decimfasciatus (Boisduval and Lacordaire 1835)
St. Lucie County 1966 [EEM]
Threskiornithidae (Ibises, Spoonbills)
White Ibis, Eudocimus albus (Linnaeus)
Ardeicola elongata Carriker 1960
Broward County 1978
Glades County 1989
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Lee County 1981, 1983 [EEM]
Levy County 1988
Monroe County 1987
Okeechobee County 1990
Ardeicola robusta Tuff 1967
Alachua County 1971 [EEM, Forrester 19801
Broward County 1978
Glades County 1989
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]; 1983 [EEM]
Levy County 1988
Monroe County 1987
Okeechobee County 1990
Palm Beach County 1989
Colpocephalumfusconigrum Giebel 1874
Alachua County 1971 [EEM]
Broward County 1978
Glades County 1989
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Lee County 1981, 1983 [EEM]
Levy County 1988
Monroe County 1987, 1989
Okeechobee County 1990
Palm Beach County 1989
Ibidoecus bimaculatus (Mj6berg 1910)
Alachua County 1971 [EEM]
Broward County 1978
Indian River County 1969, 1972, 1976 [EEM]
Lee County 1981, 1983 [EEM]
Levy County 1988
Monroe County 1987, 1989
Okeechobee County 1990
Palm Beach County 1989
Pinellas County 1932 [EEM]
Plegadiphilus eudocimus Tuff 1965
Alachua County 1971-72 [EEM, Forrester 1980]
Glades County 1989
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCAJ; 1983 [EEM]
Levy County 1988
Monroe County 1987-88
Okeechobee County 1990
Palm Beach County 1989
Glossy Ibis, Plegadisfalcinellus (Linnaeus)
Ardeicola rhaphidius (Nitzsch 1866)
Glades County 1971
Colpocephalum leptopygos Nitzsch 1874
Glades County 1971
Ibidoecus bisignatus (Nitzsch 1866)
Glades County 1971
Plegadiphilus plegadis (Dubinin 1938)
Glades County 1971
Roseate Spoonbill, Ajaia ajaja (Linnaeus)
Ardeicola ajajae Carriker 1961
Monroe County 1918 [EEM]; 1987-92
No specific locality or date given [Hajela and Tandan 1970]
Colpocephalum ajajae Ewing 1930
Lee County 1982 [EEM]
Monroe County 1987-88, 1990
Eucolpocephalumfemorale (Piaget 1880)
Dade County 1990
Monroe County 1989-92






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Jbidoecus iberoamericanus Eichler 1943
Dade County 1990
Glades County 1971 [EEM]
Lee County 1982-83 [EEM]
Monroe County 1918 [USNM]; 1987-90
Ciconiidae (Storks)
Wood Stork, Mycteria americana Linnaeus
Ardeicola loculator (Giebel 1874)
Alachua County 1982
Broward County 1963 [USNM]
Collier County 1993-94
Highlands County 1960 [Tuff 1967]
Indian River County 1971
Lafayette County 1984
Lee County 1984; 1985 [EEM]; 1989
Monroe County 1993
Orange County 1984, 1994
Pasco County 1975
St. Lucie County 1978
No specific locality or date given [Kumar and Tandan 1971]
Ciconiphilus quadripustulatus (Burmeister 1838)
Collier County 1992-94
Dade County 1979, 1992-93
Lee County 1985 [EEM]
Liberty County 1991
Orange County 1984, 1994
Pasco County 1975
Colpocephalum mycteriae Price and Beer 1965
Indian River County 1971 [EEM]
Lee County 1985 [EEM]
Colpocephalum scalariforme Rudow 1866
Bradford County 1981 [EEM]
Broward County 1963 [Price and Beer 1965]
Collier County 1979, 1989, 1993-94
Highlands County 1960 [Price and Beer 1965]
Lee County 1984; 1985 [EEM]
Orange County 1984, 1994
Pinellas County 1929 [Price and Beer 1965]
Neophilopterus heteropygus (Nitzsch 1874)
Bradford County 1981 [EEM]
Collier County 1989, 1993-94
Dade County 1979, 1992-93
Indian River County 1971 [EEM]





BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Lafayette County 1984
Lee County 1984; 1985 [EEM]; 1989
Levy County 1989
Liberty County 1991
Monroe County 1993
Orange County 1976 [EEM]; 1984, 1994
Pasco County 1975
St. Lucie County 1978 [EEM]

PHOENICOPTERIFORMES (FLAMINGOS)
Phoenicopteridae (Flamingos)
Greater Flamingo, Phoenicopterus ruber Linnaeus
Anaticola candidus (Rudow 1869)
Dade County 1956 [EEM]
Colpocephalum heterosoma Piaget 1880
No specific locality or date given [Price and Beer 1965]

ANSERIFORMES (SCREAMERS, SWANS, GEESE, DUCKS)
Anatidae (Ducks, Geese)
Fulvous Whistling-Duck, Dendrocygna bicolor (Vieillot)
Acidoproctus rostratus (Rudow 1866)
Palm Beach County 1984-85 [Forrester et al. 1994]; 1985 [EEM]
Anatoecus icterodes (Nitzsch 1818)
Palm Beach County 1984-85 [Forrester et al. 1994]
Holomenopon leucoxanthum (Burmeister 1838)
Palm Beach County 1984-85 [Forrester et al. 1994]
Trinoton aculeatum Piaget 1885
Palm Beach County 1984-85 [Forrester et al. 1994]
Wood Duck, Aix sponsa (Linnaeus)
Anaticola crassicornis (Scopoli 1763)
Alachua County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Hernando County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Leon County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Levy County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Anatoecus dentatus (Scopoli 1763)
Dade County 1927 [EEM, USNM]
Gadsden County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Glades County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Hamilton County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Hernando County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Leon County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Holomenopon clauseni Price 1971
Alachua County 1976-77 [Thul 19851






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Dade County 1927 [EEM, Price 1971]
Gadsden County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Hamilton County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Hernando County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Leon County 1976-77 [Thul 19851
Levy County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Alachua County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Gadsden County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Hernando County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
Jefferson County 1926 [USNM]
Leon County 1976-77 [Thul 1985]
American Black Duck, Anas rubripes Brewster
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Mottled Duck, Anasfulvigula Ridgway
Anatoecus icterodes (Nitzsch 1818)
Glades County 1971
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Glades County 1970 [EEM]
Mallard, Anas platyrhynchos Linnaeus
Anaticola crassicornis (Scopoli 1763)
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Northern Pintail, Anas acuta Linnaeus
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Dade County 1928 [USNM]
Northern Shoveler, Anas clypeata Linnaeus
Anticola crassicornis Eichler 1954
Hamilton County 1995
Anatoecus dentatus (Giebel 1874)
Hamilton County 1995
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Hamilton County 1995
Ring-necked Duck, Aythya collaris (Donovan)
Anticola crassicornis Eichler 1954
"Florida" 1983
Holomenopon leucoxanthum (Burmeister 1838)
Leon County 1936 [USNM]
"Florida" 1983
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
"Florida" 1983
Lesser Scaup, Aythya affinis (Eyton)





BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Indian River County 1973
Black Scoter, Melanitta nigra (Linnaeus)
Anatoecus icterodes (Nitzsch 1818)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Anaticola crassicornis (Scopoli 1763)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCAJ
Holomenopon leucoxanthum (Burmeister 1838)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Surf Scoter, Melanitta perspicillata (Linnaeus)
Anatoecus sp.
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Bufflehead, Bucephala albeola (Linnaeus)
Anaticola crassicornis (Scopoli 1763)
Dade County 1919 [USNM]
Red-breasted Merganser, Mergus serrator Linnaeus
Anaticola crassicornis (Scopoli 1763)
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Lee County 1982 [FSCA]; 1986 [EEM]
Anatoecus icterodes (Nitzsch 1818)
Lee County 1986 [EEM]
Anatoecus sp.
Indian River County 1973
Trinoton querquedulae (Linnaeus 1758)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]; 1986 [EEM]
Monroe County 1953 [FSCA]; 1974 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 19361
Ruddy Duck, Oxyurajamaicensis (Gmelin)
Anaticola crassicornis (Scopoli 1763)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Holomenopon leucoxanthum (Burmeister 1838)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]

FALCONIFORMES (DIURNAL BIRDS OF PREY)
Cathartidae (American Vultures)
Black Vulture, Coragyps atratus (Bechstein)
Colpocephalum foetens (Eichler 1954)
Alachua County 1953 [FSCA]
Leon County 1936 [USNM]
Cuculiphilus alternatus (Osborn 1902)
Alachua County 1953 [FSCA]
Leon County 1936 [USNM]
Pinellas County 1929 [USNM]






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Falcolipeurus marginalis (Osborn 1902)
Alachua County 1953 [FSCA]; 1972
Leon County 1936 [USNM]
Pasco County 1965
Laemobothrion glutinans Nitzsch 1861
Alachua County 1973
Pinellas County 1929 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura (Linnaeus)
Colpocephalum kelloggi Osborn 1902
Alachua County 1953 [FSCA]
Brevard County 1936 [USNM]
Collier County 1937 [USNM]
Dade County 1917 [USNM]; 1980 [EEM, Y.O. Willis pers. comm.]
Cuculiphilus alternatus (Osborn 1902)
Alachua County 1953 [FSCA]
Dade County 1980 [Y.O. Willis pers. comm.]
Falcolipeurus marginalis (Osborn 1902)
Alachua County 1953 [FSCAJ
Dade County 1980 [EEM, Y.O. Willis pers. comm.]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Laemobothrion glutinans Nitzsch 1861
Alachua County 1953 [EEM, FSCA]
Dade County 1980 [EEM, Y.O. Willis pers. comm.]
Monroe County 1937 [USNM]
Osceola County 1933 [EEM, USNM]; 1934 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Accipitridae (Kites, Eagles, Hawks)
Osprey, Pandion haliaetus (Linnaeus)
Kurodaia haliaeeti (Denny 1842)
Alachua County 1934 [USNM]
Dade County 1991 [EEM]
Highlands County 1979 [FSCA]
Lake County 1974 [J.W. Mertins pers. comm.]
Lee County 1983 [EEM, FSCA]; 1985 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1929 [USNM]; 1975 [J.W. Mertins pers. comm.]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
American Swallow-tailed Kite, Elanoidesforficatus (Linnaeus)
Colpocephalum osborni Kellogg 1896
Collier County 1989, 1992
Monroe County 1988






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Cuculiphilus decoratus (Kellogg 1896)
Collier County 1989
Dade County 1988 [EEM]
Degeeriella guimardesi Clay 1958
Collier County 1992
No specific locality or date given [EEM, Clay 1958]
Snail Kite, Rostrhamus sociabilis (Vieillot)
Colpocephalum turbinatum Denny 1842
Broward County 1993
Indian River County 1973 [Sykes and Forrester 1983]
Osceola County 1995
Craspedorrhynchus obscurus (Giebel 1874)
Broward County 1993
Osceola County 1995
Palm Beach County 1993
No specific locality or date given [Malcomson 1960]
Falcolipeurus quadriguttatus (Giebel 1874)
Indian River County 1973 [EEM, Sykes and Forrester 1983]; 1995
Mississippi Kite, Ictinia mississippiensis (Wilson)
Laemobothrion maximum (Scopoli 1763)
Leon County 1926, 1960 [USNM]
Bald Eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus (Linnaeus)
Colpocephalumflavescens (deHaan 1829)
Alachua County 1972 [EEM]
Leon County 1938 [USNM]
Polk County 1985 [B.N. Tuggle pers. comm.]
Colpocephalum turbinatum Denny 1842
Alachua County 1994
Dade County 1917 [EEM, USNM]
Lee County 1980 [EEM]; 1985 [EEM, FSCA]
Craspedorrhynchus halieti (Osborn 1896)
Alachua County 1994
Dade County 1917 [EEM]; 1973
Flagler County 1978 [B.N. Tuggle pers. comm.]
Highlands County 1981 [B.N. Tuggle pers. comm.]
Hillsborough County 1948 [EEM, USNM]
Leon County 1938 [USNM]
Orange County 1979 [B.N. Tuggle pers. comm.]
Polk County 1977; 1985 [B.N.Tuggle pers. comm.]
Seminole County 1979 [B.N. Tuggle pers. comm.]
Volusia County 1982 [B.N. Tuggle pers. comm.]
No specific locality or date given[Osborn 1896, Kellogg 1899]






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Degeeriella discocephalus (Burmeister 1838)
Leon County 1938 [USNM]
Kurodaiafulvofasciata (Piaget 1880)
Marion County 1954 [FSCA]
Laemobothrion vulturis (J. C. Fabricius 1775)
Collier County 1987
Dade County 1917 [EEM]
Leon County 1938 [USNM]
Osceola County 1993
Northern Harrier, Circus cyaneus (Linnaeus)
Degeeriellafusca (Denny 1842)
Dade County 1918 [USNM]
Cooper's Hawk, Accipiter cooperii (Bonaparte)
Craspedorrhynchus subhaematopus Emerson 1960
Leon County 1925 [EEM, Emerson 1960a]
Northern Goshawk, Accipiter gentilis (Linnaeus)
Colpocephalum nanum Piaget 1890
Dade County 1918 [USNM]
Red-shouldered Hawk, Buteo lineatus (Gmelin)
Craspedorrhynchus buteonis (Packard 1871)
Collier County 1956 [FSCAj
Lee County 1983 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1929 [EEM]
Taylor County 1977
Colpocephalum napiforme Rudow 1869
Columbia County 1985
Degeeriellafulva (Giebel 1874)
Bradford 1979 [EEM]
Lee County 1982-83, 1985 [EEM]
Monroe County 1978 [EEM]; No date given [USNM]
Taylor County 1976-77
Kurodaiafulvofasciata (Piaget 1880)
Collier County 1956 [FSCA]
Broad-winged Hawk, Buteo platypterus (Vieillot)
Laemobothrion maximum (Scopoli 1763)
Monroe County 1987 [EEM]
Short-tailed Hawk, Buteo brachyurus Vieillot
Craspedorrhynchus sp.
Dade County 1956 [FSCA]
Red-tailed Hawk, Buteo jamaicensis (Gmelin)
Colpocephalum napiforme Rudow 1869
Dade County 1939 [USNM]






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Craspedorrhynchus americanus Emerson 1960
Dade County 1916 [USNM]
St. Johns County -1936 [USNM]
Degeeriellafulva (Giebel 1874)
Alachua County 1976
Orange County 1982 [EEM, USNM]
Seminole County 1988
Kurodaiafulvofasciata (Piaget 1880)
Dade County 1916 [EEM, USNM]
Falconidae (Caracaras, Falcons)
Crested Caracara, Caracara plancus (Miller)
Acutifrons mexicanus Emerson 1966
Highlands County 1992
"South Florida" 1974 [EEM]
Colpocephalum polybori Rudow 1869
Glades County 1974, 1976, 1981 [J.N. Layne pers. comm.]; 1978
[EEM, FSCA, J.N. Layne pers. comm.]; 1992
Highlands County 1974, 1981 [FSCA, J.N. Layne pers. comm.];
1975, 1978 [EEM, J.N. Layne pers. comm.]; 1976 [FSCA]; 1981
[EEM, FSCA, J.N. Layne pers. comm.]
Okeechobee County 1992 [J.W. Mertins pers. comm.]
Falcolipeurusjosephi Tandan and Dhanda 1963
No specific locality or date given [Tandan and Dhanda 1963]
Laemobothrion maximum (Scopoli 1763)
"Florida" 1945 [FSCA]
American Kestrel, Falco sparverius Linnaeus
Degeeriella carruthi Emerson 1953
Alachua County 1925 [FSCA]; 1987
Brevard County 1973
Clay County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Indian River County 1970
Nosopon lucidum (Rudow 1869)
Alachua County 1987

GALLIFORMES GALLINACEOUSS BIRDS)
Phasianidae (Turkeys, Quail)
Domestic Chicken, Gallus gallus (Linnaeus)
Gonicotes gallinae (deGeer 1778)
Indian River County 1972
Lipeurus caponis (Linnaeus 1758)
Indian River County 1969
Menacanthus pallidulus (Neumann 1912)
Alachua County 1943 [EEM]






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Menopon gallinae (Linnaeus 1758)
Indian River County 1969; 1972 [EEM]
Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo Linnaeus
Chelopistes meleagridis (Linnaeus 1758)
Alachua County 1978
Duval County 1967 [R.R. Gerrish pers. comm.]; 1972, 1974, 1976-77,
and 1981; 1974, 1977 [EEM]
Escambia County 1984
Flagler County 1983
Gadsden County 1982 [EEM]
Glades County 1970-72, 1974-75, 1977-79, 1982-83; 1977, 1982
[EEM]
Hendry County 1970 [EEM]; 1970, 1976
Levy County 1971 [EEM]; 1971, 1977-78
Manatee County 1977
Osceola County 1971, 1975
Menacanthus stramineus (Nitzsch 1818)
Alachua County 1978 [EEM]
Citrus County 1987
Duval County 1967 [R.R. Gerrish pers. comm.]; 1972 [EEM]; 1972,
1974, 1977, 1981
Escambia County -1984
Flagler County 1983 [EEM]
Gadsden County 1982 [EEM]
Glades County 1970-71, 1973-75, 1977-79, 1982; 1977 [EEM]
Hendry County 1970 [EEM]; 1970, 1976
Leon County 1979
Levy County 1978 [EEM]
Osceola County 1971, 1975
Oxylipeurus corpulentus Clay 1938
Citrus County 1987
Duval County 1977 [EEM]; 1974, 1977
Glades County 1977-78, 1983; 1971, 1973, 1979, 1982 [EEM]
Hendry County 1976 [EEM]
Levy County 1977; 1978 [EEM]
Manatee County 1977
Osceola County 1971 [EEM]; 1975
Sarasota County 1970
Oxylipeurus polytrapezius (Burmeister 1838)
Alachua County 1970 [USNM]; 1978
Citrus County 1987
Collier County 1919 [USNM]






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Duval County 1967 [R.R. Gerrish pers. comm.]; 1972, 1974, 1977-78,
1981; 1976 [EEM]
Escambia County -1984
Gadsden County 1982 [EEM]
Glades County 1970 [USNM]; 1970-71, 1973-74, 1977-79; 1975,
1982-83 [EEM]
Leon County 1971 [USNM]
Levy County 1977-78 [EEM]
Orange County 1936 [EEM, USNM]
Sarasota County 1970 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Emerson 1951]
Northern Bobwhite, Colinus virginianus (Linnaeus)
Colinicola numidiana (Denny 1842)
Charlotte County 1974 [Doster et al. 1980]
Jefferson County 1925 [Stoddard 19311
Leon County 1968 [USNM]; 1968-75 [Doster et al. 1980]
No specific locality or date given [Emerson 1951]
Goniodes ortygis Denny 1842
Charlotte County 1974 [Doster et al. 1980]
Jefferson County 1926 [USNM]
Leon County 1927 [USNM]; 1968-75 [Doster et al. 1980]
Palm Beach County 1969 [Doster et al. 1980]
No specific locality or date given [Emerson 1951]
Menacanthus price Wiseman 1968
Jefferson County 1926 [EEM, Stoddard 1931]
Leon County 1968 [USNM]; 1968-75 [Doster et al. 1980]
Oxylipeurus clavatus (McGregor 1917)
Charlotte County 1974 [Doster et al. 1980]
Jefferson County 1926 [USNM]
Leon County 1968 [USNM]; 1968-75 [Doster et al. 1980]; No date
given [Stoddard 1931]
Palm Beach County 1969 [Doster et al. 1980]

GRUIFORMES (CRANES, RAILS, ALLIES)
Rallidae (Rails, Gallinules, Coots)
Yellow Rail, Coturnicops noveboracensis (Gmelin)
Fulicoffula sp.
Dade County 1929 [EEM]
Clapper Rail, Rallus longirostris Boddaert
Pseudomenopon scopulacorne (Denny 1842)
Lee County 1982, 1984 [EEM]; 1982 [FSCA]
Volusia County 1939 [USNM]






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Rallicola californicus (Kellogg and Chapman 1899)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Volusia County 1939 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [EEM, Emerson 1955]
Sora, Porzana carolina (Linnaeus)
Fulicoffula distinct Emerson 1960
Dade County 1919 [EEM, USNM]; 1930 [EEM, Emerson 1960b]
Pseudomenopon scopulacorne (Denny 1842)
Dade County 1919 [EEM, USNM]; 1925 [EEM]
Purple Gallinule, Porphyrula martinica (Linnaeus)
Pseudomenopon pilosum (Scopoli 1763)
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCAI
Rallicola elliotti Emerson 1955
Lee County 1979 [EEM]; 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Common Moorhen, Gallinula chloropus (Linneaus)
Laemobothrion chloropodis (Schrank 1803)
Alachua County 1971 [EEM]
Lee County 1983 [EEM]
Pseudomenopon pilosum (Scopoli 1763)
Alachua County 1971 [EEM]
Dade County 1929 [EEM]
Lee County 1983 [EEM, FSCAJ
Rallicola minutus (Nitzsch 1866)
Dade County 1929 [EEM]
Lee County 1982 [FSCA]
American Coot, Fulica americana Gmelin
Fulicoffula longipila (Kellogg 1896)
Lee County 1979 [EEM]
Incidifrons transpositus (Kellogg 1896)
Alachua County 1972
Lee County 1979 [EEM]; 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Laemobothrion atrum (Nitzsch 1818)
Alachua County 1971
Pseudomenopon pilosum (Scopoli 1763)
Alachua County 1971 [EEM]; 1972
Indian River County 1973 [EEM]
Lee County 1979, 1981 [EEM]
Rallicola advenus (Kellogg 1896)
Alachua County 1972
Indian River County 1973 [EEM]
Lee County 1979, 1981 [EEM]; 1981-82 [FSCA]





BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Aramidae (Limpkins)
Limpkin, Aramus guarauna (Linnaeus)
Ibidoecus scolopaceua Carriker 1947
Hernando County 1929 [USNM]
Indian River County 1971
Laemobothrion cubense Kellogg and Ferris 1915
Hernando County 1929 [USNM]
Indian River County 1971
Lake County 1980 [Conti et al. 1985]
Marion County 1975 [EEM, Conti et al. 1985]; 1976 [Conti et al.
19851
Monroe County 1929 [EEM]
"Florida" 1921
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Rallicolafunebris (Nitzsch 1866)
Indian River County 1971 [EEM]
Lake County 1980 [Conti et al. 1985]
Marion County 1975 [EEM, Conti et al. 1985]; 1976 [Conti et al.
1985]
Monroe County 1929 [EEM]
Gruidae (Cranes)
Sandhill Crane, Grus canadensis (Linnaeus)
Esthiopterum brevicephalum (McGregor 1917)
Alachua County 1973 [EEM]; 1974, 1976-77
Glades County 1970 [EEM]
Osceola County 1986, 1993-94
Sarasota County 1972 [EEM]
Taylor County 1986
Gruimenopon canadense Edwards 1949
Alachua County 1970, 1973, 1977, 1979; 1973 [EEM]
Glades County 1970 [EEM]
Osceola County 1992-94
Taylor County 1986
Volusia County 1993
Heleonomus assimilis (Piaget 1880)
Alachua County 1974, 1977
Glades County 1970 [EEM]
Highlands County 1979 [EEM, FSCA]
Osceola County 1986, 1992-94
Saemundssonia sagulata Timmermann 1971
Alachua County 1973 [EEMI; 1976-77
Osceola County 1994
Sarasota County 1972





FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


"Florida" 1882 [Timmermann 1971]
Whooping Crane, Grus americana (Linnaeus)
Heleonomus assimilis (Piaget 1880)
Osceola County 1994
(Host had been hatched and reared in captivity and was introduced
into Osceola County in November of 1993; found dead and examined
in September of 1994 at which time these lice were found.)

CHARADRIIFORMES (SHOREBIRDS, GULLS, ALLIES)
Charadriidae (Plovers)
Snowy Plover, Charadrius alexandrinus Linnaeus
Quadraceps macrocephalus (Waterston 1914)
Hillsborough County 1932 [USNM]
Saemundssonia platygaster pastoris Timmermann 1969
Hillsborough County 1932 [EEM, USNM]
Wilson's Plover, Charadrius wilsonia Ord
Quadraceps macrocephalus (Waterston 1914)
Pinellas County 1934 [USNM]
Saemundssonia platygaster platygaster (Denny 1842)
Monroe County 1939 [EEM]
Piping Plover, Charadrius melodus Ord
Quadraceps macrocephalus (Waterston 1914)
Indian River County 1967
Killdeer, Charadrius vociferus Linnaeus
Actornithophilus hoplopteri (Mj6berg 1910)
Brevard County 1957 [FSCAI
Glades County 1977, 1983
Austromenopon aegialitidis (Durrant 1906)
Dade County 1930 [USNM]
Lee County 1937 [USNM]
Quadraceps boephilus (Kellogg 1896)
Glades County 1977, 1983
Dade County 1930 [USNM]
Lee County 1937 [USNM]
Saemundssonia conica conica (Denny 1842)
Dade County 1930 [EEM]
Haematopodidae (Oystercatchers)
American Oystercatcher, Haematopus palliatus Temminck
Actornithophilus grandiceps (Piaget 1880)
Dade County 1919 [EEM, USNM]
Quadraceps auratus (deHaan 1829)
Dade County 1919 [EEM, USNM]






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Saemundssonia haematopi (Linnaeus 1758)
Dade County 1919 [EEM, USNM]; 1929 [EEM]
Recurvirostridae (Stilts, Avocets)
Black-necked Stilt, Himantopus mexicanus (Miiller)
Quadraceps hemichrous (Nitzsch 1866)
Dade County 1924 [EEM]
Quadraceps semifissus (Nitzsch 1866)
Dade County 1924 [EEM]
American Avocet, Recurvirostra americana Gmelin
Cirrophthirius testudinarius (Children 1836)
Dade County 1956 [FSCA]
Quadraceps zephyra (Timmermann 1954)
Dade County 1956 [FSCA]
Jacanidae (Jacanas)
Northern Jacana, Jacana spinosa (Linnaeus)
Rallicola exiguifrons (Carriker 1944)
Dade County 1930 [EEM, USNM]
Scolopacidae (Sandpipers, Phalaropes)
Willet, Catoptrophorus semipalmatus (Gmelin)
Actornithophilus lacustris Clay 1962
Lee County 1981-82, 1985 [EEM]
Levy County 1957 [FSCA]
Austromenopon sachtlebeni Timmermann 1954
Lee County 1982, 1985 [EEM]
Levy County 1957 [FSCA]
Quadraceps carrikeri Hopkins and Timmermann 1954
Lee County 1981-82, 1985 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1930 [USNM]
Spotted Sandpiper, Actitis macularia (Linnaeus)
Quadraceps ravus (Kellogg 1899)
Dade County 1917 [EEM]
Whimbrel, Numenius phaeopus (Linnaeus)
Saemundssonia s. scolopacisphaeopodis (Schrank 1803)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Ruddy Turnstone, Arenaria interpres (Linnaeus)
Actornithophilus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Quadraceps strepsilaris (Denny 1842)
Brevard County 1957 [FSCA]
Red Knot, Calidris canutus (Linnaeus)
Actornithophilus umbrinus (Burmeister 1838)
Lee County 1985-86 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1973






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Volusia County 1938 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Actornithophilus canuti Price and Leibovitz 1969
Dade County 1924 [EEM]
Austromenopon lutescens (Burmeister 1838)
Dade County 1924 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1973
Carduiceps zonarius (Nitzsch 1866)
Brevard County 1957 [FSCA]
Lee County 1983 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1975-76
Volusia County 1930, 1938 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Lunaceps drosti Timmermann 1954
Brevard County 1957 [FSCA]
Dade County 1924 [EEM]
Lee County 1983 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1973, 1975-76
Saemundssonia platygaster islandica Timmermann 1951
Pinellas County 1930 [USNM]
Saemundssonia tringae (0. Fabricius 1780)
Pinellas County 1931 [USNM]
Sanderling, Calidris alba (Pallas)
Actornithophilus umbrinus (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1967, 1975
Lee County 1985 [EEM]
Carduiceps zonarius (Nitzsch 1866)
Indian River County 1975
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 19361
Luniceps actophilus (Kellogg and Chapman 1899)
Indian River County 1975
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCAJ
Semipalmated Sandpiper, Calidris pusilla (Linnaeus)
Actornithophilus umbrinus (Burmeister 1838)
Volusia County 1957 [FSCA]
Lunaceps cabanisi Timmermann 1954
Volusia County 1957 [FSCA]
Western Sandpiper, Calidris mauri (Cabanis)
Actornithophilus umbrinus (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1967, 1975 [EEM]
Carduiceps zonarius (Nitzsch 1866)
Lee County 1982 [EEM]






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Lunaceps cabansi Timmermann 1954
Lee County 1982 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Least Sandpiper, Calidris minutilla (Vieillot)
Actornithophilus umbrinus (Burmeister 1838)
Dade County 1917 [EEM]
Volusia County 1938 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 19361
Carduiceps zonarius (Nitzsch 1866)
Volusia County 1938 [USNM]
Saemundssonia tringae (0. Fabricius 1780)
Dade County 1917 [EEM]
Dunlin, Calidris alpina (Linnaeus)
Actornithophilus umbrinus (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1968
Lee County 1978 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Carduiceps meinertzhageni Timmermann 1954
Lee County 1978 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Lunaceps nereis Timmermann 1954
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Stilt Sandpiper, Calidris himantopus (Bonaparte)
Carduiceps zonarius (Nitzsch 1866)
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Lunaceps nereis Timmermann 1954
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Short-billed Dowitcher, Limnodromus griseus (Gmelin)
Actornithophilus limarius Clay 1962
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Quadraceps nigrolimbatus (Mj6berg 1910)
Levy County 1957 [FSCA]
Saemundssonia tringae (0. Fabricius 1780)
Levy County 1957 [EEM]
Common Snipe, Gallinago gallinago (Linnaeus)
Rhynonirmus scolopacis (Denny 1842)
Dade County 1929
American Woodcock, Scolopax minor Gmelin
Rhynonirmusparsonsae Clay 1961
Dade County 1930 [EEM, USNM]
Laridae (Skuas, Gulls, Terns, Skimmers)
Laughing Gull, Larus atricilla Linnaeus






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Actornithophilus piceus lari (Packard 1870)
Lee County 1980 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1965
Austromenopon transversum (Denny 1842)
Lee County 1980-81 [EEM, FSCA]
Quadraceps punctatus punctatus (Burmeister 1838)
Dade County 1929 [EEM]
Lee County 1980-81 [EEM]; 1980 [EEM, FSCA]; 1982 [FSCA]
Saemundssonia lari (0. Fabricius 1780)
Lee County 1980 [EEM]; 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Pinellas County 1965
St. Lucie County 1976-77 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Bonaparte's Gull, Larus philadelphia (Ord)
Saemundssonia lari (0. Fabricius 1780)
St. Lucie County 1973
Ring-billed Gull, Larus delawarensis Ord
Austromenopon transversum (Denny 1842)
Lee County 1982 [FSCA]
Quadraceps punctatus sublingulatus Timmermann 1952
Lee County 1980 [EEM]; 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Saemundssonia lari (0. Fabricius 1780)
Indian River County 1968, 1976 [EEM]
Lee County 1980-81 [EEM]; 1982-83 [EEM, FSCA]
Levy County 1957 [FSCA]
Herring Gull, Larus argentatus Pontoppidan
Actornithophillus piceus lari (Packard 1870)
Lee County 1981 [EEM]
Volusia County 1940 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Austromenopon transversum (Denny 1842)
Franklin County 1937 [USNM]
Lee County 1982 [FSCA]
Volusia County 1940 [EEM]
Quadraceps ornatus striolatus (Nitzsch 1866)
Lee County 1984 [FSCAI
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Quadraceps punctatus regressus Timmermann 1952
Lee County 1984 [FSCAI
Volusia County 1940 [EEM]
Saemundssonia lari (0. Fabricius 1780)
Brevard County 1977 [EEM]
Franklin County 1937 [USNM]




BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Lee County 1981 [EEM]; 1984 [EEM, FSCA]
Orange County 1978 [EEM]
Volusia County 1940 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Great Black-backed Gull, Larus marinus Linnaeus
Saemundssonia lari (0. Fabricius 1780)
St. Lucie County 1979 [EEM]
Caspian Tern, Sterna caspia Pallas
Quadraceps caspius (Giebel 1874)
Indian River County 1975, 1978
Saemundssonia sp.
Indian River County 1975 [EEM]; 1978
Royal Tern, Sterna maxima Boddaert
Actornithophilus piceus piceus (Denny 1842)
Pinellas County 1929 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Austromenopon atrofulvum (Piaget 1880)
Lee County 1980-81 [EEM]
Quadraceps praestans (Kellogg 1896)
Brevard County 1972 [EEM]
Lee County 1978 [EEM]; 1980-82 [EEM, FSCA]
Nassau County 1974 [EEM]
Saemundssonia laticaudata (Rudow 1869)
Brevard County 1972
Indian River County 1968, 1979 [EEM]
Lee County 1980 [FSCA]; 1981-82, 1984 [EEM, FSCA]
Nassau County 1974 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1930 [FSCA, USNM]; No date given [Ward 1955]
St. Lucie County 1972 [EEM]
Sandwich Tern, Sterna sandvicensis Latham
Austromenopon atrofulvum (Piaget 1880)
Lee County 1980 [EEM]; 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Quadraceps longicollis (Rudow 1869)
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Saemundssonia laticaudata (Rudow 1869)
Lee County 1982 [FSCA]
Common Tern, Sterna hirundo Linnaeus
Austromenopon atrofulvum (Piaget 1880)
Martin County 1974 [EEM]
Quadraceps sellatus (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1967; 1981 [EEM, FSCA, USNM]
Martin County 1974 [EEM]






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Saemundssonia sternae (Linnaeus 1758)
Indian River County 1967 [EEM]; 1981 [EEM, FSCA, USNM]
Martin County 1974 [EEM]
Arctic Tern, Sterna paradisaea Pontoppidan
Saemundssonia lockeyi Clay 1949
Volusia County 1977
Forster's Tern, Sterna forsteri Nuttall
A ctornithophilus piceus piceus (Denny 1842)
Pinellas County 1931 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Saemundssonia parvigenitalis Ward 1955
Pinellas County 1931 [EEM]; No date given [EEM, Ward 1955]
Least Tern, Sterna antillarum (Lesson)
Actornithophilus piceus piceus (Denny 1842)
Pinellas County 1976
Quardraceps nychthemerus (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1966 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1976
Saemundssonia melanocephala (Burmeister 1838)
Collier County 1955 [FSCA]
Indian River County 1966 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Bridled Tern, Sterna anaethetus Scopoli
Saemundssonia meridiana Timmermann 1950
St. Lucie County 1976
Sooty Tern, Sterna fuscata Linnaeus
Austromenopon atrofulvum (Piaget 1880)
Monroe County 1977; 1978 [EEM]
Quadraceps birostris (Giebel 1874)
Indian River County 1970 [EEM]; 1974
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1963 [FSCAI; 1968, 1976-78 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Saemundssonia albemarlensis (Kellogg and Kuwana 1902)
Indian River County 1970 [EEM]
Lee County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Monroe County 1963 [FSCA]; 1968, 1976-77 [EEM]
Black Tern, Chlidonias niger (Linnaeus)
Quadraceps phaeonotus (Nitzsch 1866)
Dade County 1919 [EEM]
Saemundssonia lobaticeps (Giebel 1874)
Dade County 1919 [EEM]; 1955 [FSCA]
Brown Noddy, Anous stolidus (Linnaeus)





BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Actornithophilus incisus (Piaget 1880)
Lee County 1985 [EEM, FSCAJ
Quadraceps separatus (Kellogg and Kuwana 1902)
Lee County 1985 [EEM]
Monroe County 1977
Saemundssonia remota Timmermann 1951
Monroe County 1976 [EEM]
Black Skimmer, Rynchops niger Linnaeus
Quadraceps elongatus (Piaget 1885)
Dade County 1929 [USNM]
Indian River County 1968, 1978 [EEM]
Lee County 1981, 1983 [EEM, FSCA]; 1984 [EEM]
Nassau County 1974 [EEM]
Orange County 1983
Seminole County 1983
St. John's County 1964 [EEM, FSCA]
St. Lucie County 1981 [FSCA]
Saemundssonia anisorhamphos Timmermann 1951
Lee County 1983 [EEM]
Alcidae (Auks, Murres, Puffins)
Dovekie, Alle alle (Linnaeus)
Austromenopon merguli Timmermann 1954
St. Lucie County 1966 [EEM]
Quadraceps klatti Timmermann 1954
St. Lucie County 1966 [EEM]
Saemundssonia merguli (Denny 1842)
St. Lucie County 1966 [EEM]

COLUMBIFORMES (PIGEONS, DOVES)
Columbidae (Pigeons, Doves)
Rock Dove, Columba livia Gmelin
Campanulotes compare (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Columbicola columbae (Linnaeus 1758)
Indian River County 1972 [EEM]
Scaly-naped Pigeon, Columba squamosa Bonnaterre
Columbicola macrourae (Wilson 1941)
Dade County 1930 [EEM]
Hohorstiella sp.
Dade County 1930 [EEM]
White-crowned Pigeon, Columba leucocephala Linnaeus
Columbicola macrourae (Wilson 1941)
Monroe County 1988






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Physconelloides sp.
Monroe County 1988
White-winged Dove, Zenaida asiatica (Linnaeus)
Bonomiella sp.
Dade County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Columbicola macrourae (Wilson 1941)
Dade County 1977-78 [Conti and Forrester 1981]
Hohorstiella paladinella Hill and Tuff 1978
Dade County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Hohorstiella sp.
Dade County 1977-78 [Conti and Forrester 1981]
Physconelloides wisemani Emerson 1960
Dade County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Mourning Dove, Zenaida macroura (Linnaeus)
Bonomiella columbae Emerson 1957
Alachua County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Dade County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Columbicola macrourae (Wilson 1941)
Alachua County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Dade County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Hohorstiella paladinella Hill and Tuff 1978
Dade County 1977-78 [Conti and Forrester 1981]
Hohorstiella sp.
Dade County 1977-78 [Conti and Forrester 1981]
Physconelloides zenaidurae (McGregor 1917)
Alachua County 1977-78 [EEM, Conti and Forrester 1981]
Dade County 1919 [USNM]; 1928, 1978 [EEM]; 1977-78 [EEM,
Conti and Forrester 1981]
No specific locality or date given [Hill and Tuff 1978]
Common Ground-Dove, Columbina passerina (Linnaeus)
Columbicola passerinae (Wilson 1941)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Physconelloides passerinae Emerson 1957
Dade County 1939 [EEM]; No date given [USNM]
Lee County 1936 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Hill and Tuff 1978]
PSITTACIFORMES (PARROTS, ALLIES)
Psittacidae (Lories, Parakeets, Macaws, Parrots) No information available.

CUCULIFORMES (CUCKOOS, ALLIES)
Cuculidae (Cuckoos, Anis)
Black-billed Cuckoo, Coccyzus erythropthalmus (Wilson)






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Cuculicola erythropthalmus Emerson 1964
Dade County 1928 [EEM, Emerson 1964]
St. Lucie County 1967
Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Coccyzus americanus (Linnaeus)
Cuculiphilus snodgrassi (Kellogg and Kuwana 1902)
Indian River County 1970, 1972, 1973
Lee County 1954, 1982 [FSCA]; 1982, 1986 [EEM]
Cuculoecus coccygii (Osborn 1896)
Dade County 1917 [EEM, USNM]
Lee County 1986 [EEM]
St. Lucie County 1973 [EEM]

STRIGIFORMES (OWLS)
Tytonidae (Barn Owls)
Barn Owl, Tyto alba (Scopoli)
Kurodaia subpachygaster (Piaget 1880)
Alachua County 1983-84
Lee County 1986 [EEM]
Strigidae (Typical Owls)
Great Horned Owl, Bubo virginianus (Gmelin)
Colpocephalum brachysomum Kellogg and Chapman 1902
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]; 1983 [EEM]
Marion County 1956 [EEM, Emerson 1961]
Kurodaia magna Emerson 1960
Dade County 1917 [USNM]
Strigiphilus oculatus (Rudow 1870)
Marion County 1956 [FSCA]
Strigiphilus syrnii (Packard 1873)
Alachua County 1973
Jefferson County 1981
Burrowing Owl, Speotyto cunicularia (Molina)
Colpocephalum pectinatum Osborn 1902
Hendry County 1933 [USNM]
Sarasota County 1918 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Strigiphilus speotyti (Osborn 1896)
Collier County 1933 [USNM, FSCA]
Hendry County 1933 [USNM]
Lee County 1989
Monroe County 1988
Barred Owl, Strix varia Barton
Kurodaia magna Emerson 1960
Alachua County 1976, 1985





FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Hernando County 1975
Hillsborough County 1975
Marion County 1982
Monroe County 1980 [EEM]
Orange County 1936 [USNM]
Taylor County 1976
Strigiphilus syrnii (Packard 1873)
Alachua County 1976-78, 1985
Dade County 1917 [USNM]
Hendry County 1984 [EEM, FSCA]
Hillsborough County 1975-76
Leon County 1960 [USNM]
Marion County 1982
Monroe County 1980 [EEM]
Orange County 1936 [USNM]
Taylor County 1976
No specific locality or date given [Clayton and Price 1984]
Short-eared Owl, Asioflammeus (Pontoppidan)
Strigiphilus cursor (Burmeister 1838)
Dade County 1916 [USNM]

CAPRIMULGIFORMES GOATSUCKERSS, ALLIES)
Caprimulgidae (Goatsuckers) No information available.

APODIFORMES (SWIFTS, HUMMINGBIRDS)
Apodidae (Swifts)
Chimney Swift, Chaetura pelagica (Linnaeus)
Dennyus dubius (Kellogg 1896)
Dade County 1926 [EEM]
Lee County 1984 [EEM]
Leon County 1936 [USNM]
Trochilidae (Hummingbirds) No information available

CORACIIFORMES (KINGFISHERS)
Alcedinidae (Kingfishers) No information available

PICIFORMES (WOODPECKERS, ALLIES)
Picidae (Woodpeckers, Allies)
Red-bellied Woodpecker, Melanerpes carolinus (Linnaeus)
Penenirmus auritus (Scopoli 1763)
Alachua County 1953 [FSCA]
"Shell Point" 1936 [USNM]
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Sphyrapicus various (Linnaeus)





BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Penenirmus auritus (Scopoli 1763)
Dade County 1917 [EEM, USNM]; 1918, 1926 [EEM]
Pinellas County 1930 [USNM]; 1964 [EEM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Hairy Woodpecker, Picoides villosus (Linnaeus)
Brueelia straminea (Denny 1842)
Dade County 1918 [EEM]
Menacanthus pici (Denny 1842)
Dade County 1918 [EEM]
Penenirmus auritus (Scopoli 1763)
Dade County 1926
Red-cockaded Woodpecker, Picoides borealis (Vieillot)
Brueelia straminea (Denny 1842)
Collier County 1937 [USNM]
Polk County 1994
Northern Flicker, Colaptes auratus (Linnaeus)
Picicola porisma Dalgleish 1969
Dade County 1916 [EEM, USNM]; 1917 [EEM]
Indian River County 1977
Penenirmusjungens (Kellogg 1896)
Dade County 1916 [EEM]; 1917 [USNM]
Pileated Woodpecker, Dryocopus pileatus (Linnaeus)
Menacanthus pici (Denny 1842)
Indian River County 1919 [USNM]
Picicola marginatulus (Harrison 1916)
Alachua County 1994

PASSERIFORMES (PASSERINE BIRDS)
Tyrannidae (Tyrant Flycatchers)
Great Crested Flycatcher, Myiarchus crinitus (Linnaeus)
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Alaudidae (Larks) No information available.
Hirundinidae (Swallows)
Purple Martin, Progne subis (Linnaeus)
Brueelia subis (Carriker 1963)
Lee County 1981 [EEM]
Myrsidea dissimilis (Kellogg 1896)
Duval County 1982 [EEM, FSCA]
Franklin County 1980 [EEM, USNM]
Indian River County 1973
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]; 1986 [EEM]
Wakulla County 1981 [FSCA]






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Tree Swallow, Tachycineta bicolor (Vieillot)
Philopterus major (Kellogg 1896)
Broward County 1957 [FSCA]
Dade County 1917, 1928 [EEM]
Seminole County 1929 [FSCA]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Bank Swallow, Riparia riparia (Linnaeus)
Myrsidea latifrons (Carriker and Shull 1910)
Dade County 1926 [EEM]
Philopterus sp.
Dade County 1928 [EEM]
Barn Swallow, Hirundo rustica Linnaeus
Myrsidea rustica (Giebel 1874)
Dade County 1926 [EEM]
Philopterus microsomaticus Tandan 1955
Dade County 1926 [EEM]
Corvidae (Jays, Crows)
Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata (Linnaeus)
Menacanthus eurysternus (Burmeister 1838)
Highlands County 1992
Philopterus cristatus Malcomson 1929
Highlands County 1992-94
Myrsidea sp.
Glades County 1983
Highlands County 1994
Scrub Jay, Aphelocoma coerulescens (Bosc)
Myrsidea sp.
Highlands County 1982 [EEM]; 1992-93
Martin County 1963 [EEM]
Philopterus sp.
Highlands County 1994
American Crow, Corvus brachyrhynchos Brehm
Myrsidea interrupta (Osborn 1896)
Highlands County 1982 [EEM, FSCAJ
Osceola County 1933 [USNM]
Pinellas County 1929 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Philopterus ocellatus (Scopoli 1763)
Pinellas County 1929 IFSCA]
Fish Crow, Corvus ossifragus Wilson
Colpocephalum fregili Denny 1842
Dade County 1937 [EEM, USNM]






BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Myrsidea timmermanni timmermanni Klockenhoff 1974
Dade County 1937 [EEM, USNM]
Indian River County 1971
Lee County 1981 [EEM, FSCA]
Pinellas County 1929-30 [USNM]
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Paridae (Titmice) No information available.
Sittidae (Nuthatches) No information available.
Certhiidae (Creepers) No information available.
Pycnonotidae (Bulbuls) No information available.
Troglodytidae (Wrens)
Carolina Wren, Thryothorus ludovicianus (Latham)
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Muscicapidae (Muscicapids)
Eastern Bluebird, Sialia sialis (Linnaeus)
Philopterus sialii (Osborn 1896)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Ricinus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Swainson's Thrush, Catharus ustulatus (Nuttall)
Myrsidea incerta (Kellogg 1896)
Indian River County 1966
Hermit Thrush, Catharus guttatus (Pallas)
Brueelia antiqua Ansari 1956
Alachua County 1994
American Robin, Turdus migratorius Linnaeus
Brueelia iliaci (Denny 1842)
Pinellas County 1935 [USNM]
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Sturnidoecus simplex (Kellogg 1896)
Indian River County 1972
Pinellas County 1935 [Peters 1935, USNM, FSCA]
Mimidae (Mockingbirds, Thrashers, Allies)
Gray Catbird, Dumetella carolinensis (Linnaeus)
Brueelia brunneinucha Cicchino 1983
Lee County 1986 [EEM]
Myrsidea sp.
Indian River County 1967 [EEM]; 1973-74
Northern Mockingbird, Mimus polyglottos (Linnaeus)






FORRESTER ET AL.: CHEWING LICE FROM FLORIDA BIRDS


Brueelia brunneinucha Cicchino 1983
Alachua County 1954 [EEM, FSCA]; No date given [Williams 1983]
Menacanthus eurysternus (Burmeister 1838)
Indian River County 1965; 1968 [EEM]
Myrsidea sp.
Alachua County 1954 [FSCA]
Indian River County 1965 [EEM]; 1971
Lee County 1984 [EEM]
Philopterus sp.
Alachua County 1954 [FSCA]
Brown Thrasher, Toxostoma rufum (Linnaeus)
Brueelia dorsale Williams 1983
Lee County 1984 [EEM]
Myrsidea sp.
Lee County 1981 [EEM]
Motacillidae (Pipits) No information available.
Bombycillidae (Waxwings) No information available.
Laniidae (Shrikes)
Loggerhead Shrike, Lanius ludovicianus Linnaeus
Menacanthus camelinus (Nitzsch 1874)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Philopterus coarctatus (Scopoli 1763)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Sturnidae (Starlings)
European Starling, Sturnus vulgaris Linnaeus
Menacanthus eurysternus (Burmeister 1838)
Lee County 1979 [EEM]
Vireonidae (Vireos)
White-eyed Vireo, Vireo griseus (Boddaert)
Menacanthus curuccae (Schrank 1776)
Leon County 1962 [EEM]
Philopterus sp.
Leon County 1959, 1962 [EEM]
Ricinus vireoensis Nelson 1972
Indian River County 1966 [EEM]
Leon County 1962 [EEM, FSCA]
Black-whiskered Vireo, Vireo altiloquus (Vieillot)
Philopterus sp.
Collier County 1955 [FSCA]
Emberizidae (Emberizids)
Blue-winged Warbler, Vermivora pinus (Linnaeus)
Ricinus picturatus (Carriker 1902)
Dade County 1918 [USNM]





BULLETIN FLORIDA MUSEUM NATURAL HISTORY VOL. 39(1)


Nashville Warbler, Vermivora ruficapilla (Wilson)
Ricinus picturatus (Carriker 1902)
Dade County 1926 [USNM]
Yellow Warbler, Dendroica petechia (Linnaeus)
Ricinus dendroicae Nelson 1972
Dade County 1917 [USNM]
Yellow-rumped Warbler, Dendroica coronata (Linnaeus)
Machaerilaemus sp.
Indian River County 1972
Prairie Warbler, Dendroica discolor (Vieillot)
Ricinus dendroicae Nelson 1972
Leon County 1958, 1961-62 [EEM]
Canada Warbler, Wilsonia canadensis (Linnaeus)
Ricinus emersoni Nelson 1972
Dade County 1928 [EEM]
Northern Cardinal, Cardinalis cardinalis (Linnaeus)
Myrsidea sp.
Alachua County 1954 [FSCA]
Indian River County 1973
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Rufous-sided Towhee, Pipilo erythrophthalmus (Linnaeus)
Myrsidea melanorum (Kellogg 1896)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Bachman's Sparrow, Aimophila aestivalis (Lichtenstein)
Ricinus wolfi Nelson 1972
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Chipping Sparrow, Spizella passerina (Bechstein)
Brueelia sp.
Alachua County 1954 [FSCA]
Vesper Sparrow, Pooecetes gramineus (Gmelin)
Ricinusfringillae de Geer 1778
Dade County 1926 [USNM]
Savannah Sparrow, Passerculus sandwichensis (Gmelin)
Machaerilaemus maestrus (Kellogg and Chapman 1899)
Indian River County 1969
Ricinus diffusus (Kellogg 1896)
Dade County 1924, 1929 [USNM]
Sharp-tailed Sparrow, Ammodramus caudacutus (Gmelin)
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Seaside Sparrow, Ammodramus maritimus (Wilson)






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Philopterus sp.
Dixie County 1980 [EEM, USNM]
Taylor County 1980 [USNM]
Walton County 1980 [USNM]
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Ricinus diffusus (Kellogg 1896)
Dade County 1929 [USNM]
Song Sparrow, Melospiza melodia (Wilson)
Ricinus diffusus (Kellogg 1896)
Dade County 1930 [USNM]
Red-winged Blackbird, Agelaius phoeniceus (Linnaeus)
Brueelia ornatissima (Giebel 1874)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Myrsideafuscomarginata (Osborn 1896)
Indian River County 1972-73 [EEM]
Philopterus agelaii (Osborn 1896)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Eastern Meadowlark, Sturnella magna (Linnaeus)
Brueelia picturata (Osborn 1896)
Alachua County 1954 [FSCA]
Indian River County 1970
Menacanthus sturnellae Price 1977
Alachua County 1954 [EEM, FSCA, Price 1977]
Philopterus sp.
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Boat-tailed Grackle, Quiscalus major Vieillot
Menacanthus quiscali Price 1977
No specific locality or date given [Peters 1936]
Myrsidea balteri Clay 1968
Alachua County 1976 [FSCA]
Duval County 1975 [EEM]
Indian River County 1968 [EEM]; 1971
Pinellas County 1929 [Clay 1968, USNM]
Philopterus sp.
Alachua County 1976 [FSCA]
Common Grackle, Quiscalus quiscula (Linnaeus)
Myrsidea fuscomarginata (Osborn 1896)
Alachua County 1954 [Clay 1968, FSCA]
Highlands County 1993
Indian River County 1973
Pinellas County 1929 [Clay 1968]
Philopterus quiscali (Osborn 1896)
No specific locality or date given [Peters 19361







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Fringillidae (Cardueline Finches) No information available.
Passeridae (Old-World Sparrows) No information available.


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