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Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Smit, F. G.
Originating from the Natural History Branch of the British Museum, this illustrated monograph is the definitive work on fleas and their many subgenera. The groups of fleas described in this seventh and final volume occur mainly in the southern hemisphere, and especially in South America, where fleas are main vectors of the plague bacillus. Specialists in plague research, and in the study of fleas as carriers of disease, will welcome this detailed and descriptive volume. (Volumes 1-6 are also available from Oxford University Press.)Smit, F. G. is the author of 'Illustrated Catalogue of the Rothschild Collection of Fleas (Siphonaptera) in the British Museum (Natural History): Malacopsylloidea' with ISBN 9780198585190 and ISBN 0198585195.
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