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No. 19 (23 Feb. 2004): 1-14                                        Accepted: 24 Jan. 2004

An indexed, annotated bibliography of the German-language papers on ticks and tick-borne diseases translated under the editorship of the late Harry Hoogstraal (19171986)

RICHARD G. ROBBINS 1 & ELISSA M. ROBBINS 2

1 Armed Forces Pest Management Board, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC 20307-5001, U.S.A.
2 formerly Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Ave-nue,
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139-4307, U.S.A.; now 13021 Brahms Terrace, Silver Spring, Maryland 20904-7107, U.S.A.
Corresponding author: richard.robbins@osd.mil

Abstract

An annotated bibliography is presented describing the 54 German-language tick papers known to have been selected for translation into English under the editorship of the late Harry Hoogstraal during his years at U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit Number Three (NAMRU-3) in Cairo, Egypt. The bibliography is followed by an index to all tick species, subspecies and varieties named in these papers, including junior synonyms, nomina dubia, misidentifications, and lapsus calamorum.

Key words: Hoogstraal bibliography, ticks, translations, German

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Papers published in Systematic and Applied Acarology Special Publications are abstracted in Zoological Record, New Entomological Taxa, and CAB Abstracts (e.g. Review of Agricultural Entomology , Review of Medical and Veterinary Entomology and Biocontrol News and Information).

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