This site, from page from the encyclopedia-style web site InnVista, offers a brief introduction to some of the ectoparasitic species that make their living off...
The University of Sydney and Westmead Hospital, Australia offers a quick introduction to the bedbug in this Web site. Information includes the natural history...
This site, from Australian Broadcasting Corporation, relates how the evolution of human body lice was made possible when we developed the habit of wearing...
This site, from the Australian Broadcasting Company, describes an alternative hypothesis as to why humans lost their fur: "it reduced the number of biting and...
The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Entomology Department offers an introduction to chiggers on this site. Information includes and introduction...
Kansas State University offers a few pictures and interesting tidbits on tooth amoebas, the toothbrush-fleeing microscopic parasites found where the teeth meet...
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