SIPHONAPTERA

Iorio, Osvaldo Di & Turienzo, Paola, 2011, Insects found in birds’ nests from the Neotropical Region: addenda, corrections, and the Subantarctic Region of Argentina and adjacent countries 2950, Zootaxa 2950 (1), pp. 1-108: 75-87

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.2950.1.1

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/1167F308-9623-FFB6-FF65-F9AE0874486E

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

SIPHONAPTERA
status

 

SIPHONAPTERA  

Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

= Dasypsyllus aemulus Jordan, 1933   : Johnson 1957: 116 [disr.; hosts; refs.]; Hastriter & Schlatter 2006: 255-256 [syn.; distr.; hosts].

ARGENTINA: Tierra del Fuego: Estancia Viamonte, 15-X-1931, W.P. Reynolds leg., 1 female [ BMNH] ( Jordan 1933, Johnson 1957), Holotype [ BMNH] ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006); Tierra del Fuego ( Autino & Lareschi 1998): Estancia Viamonte ( Del Ponte & Riesel 1939, Capri & Capri 1959); Tierra del Fuego, “cote nord orientale”: terra typica ( Beaucournu & Castro 2003).

Note: Dasypsyllus aemulus   is treated as a valid species before Beaucournu & Castro (2003).

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) comatus Jordan, 1933  

ARGENTINA: Tierra del Fuego: Estancia Viamonte, 15-X-1930, W.P. Reynolds leg., 1 male, Type ( Jordan 1933, Johnson 1957, Hastriter & Schlatter 2006); P.W. Reynolds leg., most specimens belonged to the typical birdflea Dasypsyllus   , on land bird ( Jordan 1942b); Argentina ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946); Tierra del Fuego ( Autino & Lareschi 1998); Estancia Viamonte ( Del Ponte & Riesel 1939; Capri & Capri 1959); Tierra del Fuego, “cote nord orientale”: terra typica ( Beaucournu & Castro 2003).

Note: Only the specimen of D. comatus   on V. chilensis   was mentioned as the type by Jordan (1933) [see below Asthenes anthoides   [ anthoides (King, 1830)   ].

Rhopalopsyllidae  

* Ectinorus onychius fueginus Jordan, 1942  

ARGENTINA: Tierra del Fuego: Estancia Viamonte, X-1931, W.P. Reynolds leg., 1 male ( Jordan 1942a); P.W. Reynolds leg., one specimen slightly different, on landbird ( Jordan 1942b); ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946); Estancia Viamonte, X-1931, W.P. Reynolds leg., 1 male Holotype [ BMNH] ( Johnson 1957); Estancia Viamonte ( Capri & Capri 1959); “Estancia Vimonte: terra typica ” ( Beaucournu & Castro 2003).

Note: Jordan (1942a: 434) states that the occurrence on the Spur-winged Lapwing is probably accidental; the true host presumably was Ctenomys fueginus Philippi 1888 The   same is stated by Smit (1987), and Beaucournu & Castro (2003). Lewis (1973) mentions the ocurrence of E. o. fueginus   on this bird without other details. Ectinorus onychius onychius ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1923)   was found on Akodon iniscatus   and Ctenomys aigi   from Chubut ( Del Ponte & Riesel 1939). Later, E. o. fueginus   was recorded on Ctenomys fueginus   and Vanellus chilensis   from Tierra del Fuego ( Jordan 1942a). As all other species of Ectinorus   are parasites of rodents ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946; Capri & Capri 1959; Withing et al. 2008), V. chilensis   can be an accidental host for this flea. This bird inhabits open grasslands, nidificating on the ground in the same habitat as the Ctenomys species.  

COLUMBIDAE  

Columba livia livia Gmelin, 1789  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Tungidae  

Hectopsylla psitacii Fraunfeld, 1860  

CHILE: ( Macchiavello 1948); ( Johnson 1957); VIII Región: Talcahuano (36º 43’ S, 73º 07’ W), 11 females ( Alarcón & Muñoz 2001).

Streptopelia turtur (Linnaeus, 1758)  

= “turtle dove”: Hastriter & Méndez 2000

SIPHONAPTERA   : Tungidae  

Hectopsylla psittaci Frauenfeld 1860  

CHILE: Santiago: Santiago, 11-IX-1951, J. Herrera leg., 2 females [ USNM], ex “turtle dove” ( Hastriter & Méndez 2000, Blank et al. 2007).

DIOMEDEIDAE  

Diomedea exulans   [ exulans Linnaeus, 1758   ]

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 5 adults, 49 larvae, from nest ( Watt 1970; Gressitt 1970); larvae, adults, found in nests ( Flores 1998).

Phoebetria palpebrata (I.R. Forster, 1785)  

COLLEMBOLA 

Isotomidae  

Folsomotoma octooculata (Willem, 1901)  

= Parisotoma octooculata (Willem, 1901)   : Wise 1970.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Ocean Hbr. & Hound Bay, Tilbrook leg., 3 exx. [BASC], in moss near light-mantled sooty albatross nest ( Wise 1970).

Pseudosorensia atlantica ( Wise, 1970)  

= Sorensia atlantica Wise, 1970   : Convey et al. 1999.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tilbrook leg., 3 exx. Paratypes [ BASC], in moss near light-mantled sooty albatross nest ( Wise 1970)   .

Setocerura georgiana (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Cumberland East Bay , 24-XI-1964, Jones 206A, 1 ex., in light-mantled sooty albatross nest ( Wise 1970)   .

Neanuridae   [sensu Massoud, 1967]

Setanodosa steineni (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Ocean Hbr., Tilbrook leg., 1 ex. [ BASC], in moss nr. light-mantled sooty albatross nest ( Wise 1970)   .

Onychiuridae  

Tullbergia bisetosa Börner, 1903  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: 1-III-1964, Clagg 216A, 1 ex., in light-mantled sooty albatross nest; Grytviken Pen., Cumberland East Bay, 24-XI-1964, Clagg 198A, 1 ex., Clagg 206A, 1 ex., in light-mantled sooty albatross nest ( Wise 1970)   .

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 1 adult, from nest ( Watt 1970; Gressitt 1970); ( Flores 1998). Note: Flores (1998) says that larvae and adults were found in the nests of all birds mentioned by Watt (1970), but only one adult was found in the nest of this bird ( Watt 1970).

DIPTERA   : Sciaridae  

Bradysia sp.  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Penninsula , Cumberland, East Bay, 24-XI-1964, Clagg leg., SG #195C, 1 female, ex nest material ( Steffan 1970)   .

Thalassarche chrysostoma (I.R. Forster, 1785)  

= Diomedea chrysostoma: Watt 1970   ; Gressitt 1970.

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 1 larvae, from nest ( Watt 1970, Gressitt 1970).

Note: record omitted by Flores (1998).

Thalassarche melanophris (Temminck, 1828)  

= Diomedea melanophrys: Smit 1987   .

= Diomedea melanophris: Watt 1970   ; Gressitt, 1970; Flores 1998.

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 1 adult, 13 larvae from nest ( Watt 1970, Gressitt 1970); larvae, adults, in the nests ( Flores 1998).

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Parapsyllus longicornis (Enderlein, 1901)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: without locality, 4-III-1962, R.W. Woods leg., 3 males, 3 females [ BMNH]; Devil’s Nose, West Point Island , 5-III-1962, I. Strange leg., 2 males, 13 females [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987)   .

Undetermined sp.

COLEOPTERA   : Staphylinidae  

Leptusa atriceps (Waterhouse, 1875)  

= Halmaeusa atriceps (Waterhouse, 1875)   : Steel 1970: 241-242 [distr.]

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], in nest of “albatross” ( Steel 1970).

FRINGILLIDAE  

Phrygilus gayi (Gervais, 1834)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

CHILE: L. [Lake] Meñiques , 12-II-1971, S.E. Chapman leg., 1 female [ BMNH], ex Gray-headed Sierra Finch ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006)   .

FURNARIIDAE  

Aphrastura spinicauda   [ spinicauda (Gmelin, 1798)   ]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) aedon Beaucornu, Vergara, Balboa & Gonzalez Acuña, 2006  

CHILE: Manquehue , 33º 22’ S, 70º 30’ W [10 km N from Santiago], 3-IV-2005, P. Vergara leg., 1 male Paratype, in the nest together with D. (N.) cteniopus (Beaucornu et al. 2006)   ; Chile ( Aramburú et al. 2009b, following Beaucornu et al. 2006) GoogleMaps   .

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) cteniopus ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920)  

CHILE: Región Metropolitana: Santiago, second year, in 42 %) of 21 nests in nest boxes ( Vergara et al. 2005); Manquehue , 33º 22’ S, 70º 30’ W [10 km N from Santiago], 3-IV-2005, P. Vergara leg., in the nest together with D. (N.) aedon (Beaucornu et al. 2006)   GoogleMaps   .

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

CHILE: Región Metropolitana: Santiago, first year, in 2 (18 %) of 11 nests in nest boxes ( Vergara et al. 2005).

Asthenes anthoides   [ anthoides (King, 1830)   ]

= Siptornis anthoides: Jordan 1933: 360   [distr.; host], 361 [host].

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

= Dasypsyllus aemulus Jordan, 1933   : Johnson 1957: 116 [distr.; hosts; refs.]; Hastriter & Schlatter 2006: 255-256 [syn.; distr.; hosts]; Autino & Lareschi 1998: 290 [hosts; distr.]

ARGENTINA ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946): Tierra del Fuego ( Autino & Lareschi 1998): Estancia Viamonte ( Del Ponte & Riesel 1939; Capri & Capri 1959), 7-IX-1931, W.P. Reynolds, 1 female [ BMNH] ( Jordan 1933, Johnson 1957, Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) comatus Jordan, 1933  

ARGENTINA ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946): Tierra del Fuego ( Autino & Lareschi 1998): Estancia Viamonte ( Del Ponte & Riesel 1939; Capri & Capri 1959), 7-IX-1930, W.P. Reynolds leg., 1 female [ BMNH] ( Jordan 1933, Johnson 1957), Neallotype [sic] ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

Note: Only the specimen of D. comatus   on V. chilensis   was mentioned as the type ( Jordan 1933).

Asthenes sp.  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) araucanus ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920)  

ARGENTINA: Río Negro: J.L. Roca, VIII-1963, Bachmann leg., 1 male, 1 female [ CMNH], in nest ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006)   .

Cinclodes antarcticus antarcticus (Garnot, 1826)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) comatus Jordan, 1933  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: Carcass Island , date “J 1933,” D. Galloway leg., 2 males [ BMNH], ex Blackish Cinclodes ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006)     .

CHILE: Diego Ramírez Archipelago , 15-XII-1980, R.P. Schlatter leg., 1 female [ MWH], ex C. antarcticus ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006)     .

Cinclodes fuscus (Vieillot, 1818)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) comatus Jordan, 1933  

CHILE: Magallanes: 5 km N Punta Arenas , 100 m, 31-XII-1965, J.L. Gressit leg., 3 males, 1 female [ CMNH], ex ground nest ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006)   .

HIRUNDINIDAE  

Tachycineta meyeni (Cabanis, 1850)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Avesopsylla) lasius lasius (Rothschild, 1909)  

ARGENTINA: Tierra del Fuego: Ushuaia, in nests ( Aramburú et al. 2009a); 3 sites [not specified] near the city of Usuhaia, males, females, in 4 and 7 nests of 2006-2007 & 2007-2008 reproductive seasons respectively ( Aramburú et al. 2009b).

ICTERIDAE  

Sturnella loyca (Molina, 1782)  

= Pezites militaris falklandicus   : Holland 1985.

= Pezites militaris Linnaeus, 1771   : Hastriter & Schlatter 2006.

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: East Falkland: [Port] Stanley ( Holland 1985, following Smit 1961 [Ent. 94: 66-67], 10- X-1958, 1 male [ BMNH] ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

LARIDAE  

Larus dominicanus   [ dominicanus Lichtenstein, 1823   ]

COLLEMBOLA 

Isotomidae  

Cryptopygus antarcticus Willem, 1901  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Kelpbugten, 15-I-1961, Jones 45A, 1 ex., old-gull's nest sample; Stromness Pen.: Husvik Valley, 21-XII-1963, Clagg 45A, 2 exx., dominican gull nest sample ( Wise 1970).

Cryptopygus tricuspis Enderlein, 1909  

= Parafolsomia quadrioculata Wise, 1970   : fide Convey et al. 1999.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Stromness Pen.: Husvik Valley , 21-XII-1963, Clagg 45A, 1 ex. Holotype [BISHOP 8852], 2 exx. Paratypes, dominican gull nest, sample; Kelpbugten, 15-I-1961, Jones 45A, 2 exx., old gull's nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

Setocerura georgiana (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Stromness Pen.: Husvik Valley, 21-XII-1963, Clagg 45A, 4 exx., dominican gull nest sample ( Wise 1970).

Katiannidae  

Sminthurinus jonesi Wise, 1970  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Husvik Valley , 21-XII-1963, Clagg 45A, Paratypes, dominican gull nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

Neanuridae   [sensu Massoud, 1967]

Setanodosa steineni (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Stromness Pen.: Husvik Valley , 21-XII-1963, Clagg 45A, 1 ex., dominican gull nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

Onychiuridae  

Tullbergia bisetosa Börner, 1903  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Stromness Pen.: Husvik Valley , 21-XII-1963, Clagg 45A, 1 ex., dominican gull nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

SIPHONAPTERA   : Pygiopsyllidae  

Notiopsylla kerguelensis ( Taschenberg, 1880)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: on birds and in their nests ( Jordan 1942b); South Georgia: R.C. Murphy leg., 1 female, from black-backed gull ( Smit 1970, following Jordan & Rothschild 1914: 223, Schaeffer 1914: 90).

PASSERIDAE  

Passer domesticus (Linnaeus, 1758)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: East Falkland: [Port] Stanley ( Holland 1985, following Smit 1961 [Ent. 94: 66-67], “VII– VIII-1959,” R.W. Woods leg., 1 male [ BMNH], ex House Sparrow ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

PICIDAE  

Campephilus magellanicus (King 1828)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Ceratophyllus (Ceratophyllus) altus Tipton & Mendez, 1966  

CHILE: Cautín: Pucón, 39º 07’ 40’’ S, 71º 42’ 01’’ W, Huerquehue National Park , 22-I-1997, Juan Fuentes leg., 3 males, 6 females + 1 larva Ceratophyllus sp.   [U.G. Patrimonio Silvestre Ministerio de Agricultura], ex nest in a tree hole 8.2 m high in Nothofagus pumilio ( Hastriter 2001)   GoogleMaps   .

Colaptes pitius cachinnans Wetmore & Peters, 1922  

= Colaptes pitius (Molina 1782)   : Hastriter 2001.

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Ceratophyllus (Ceratophyllus) altus Tipton & Mendez, 1966  

ARGENTINA: Río Negro: El Bolsón , 41º 59’ S, 71º 35’ W, 22-IX-1961, G. Topál & Szabó leg., 1 female [ BNHM], Ceratophyllus sp.   ( Hastriter 2001) GoogleMaps   .

PROCELLARIIDAE  

Halobaena caerulea (Gmelin, 1789)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Parapsyllus magellanicus magellanicus Jordan, 1938  

GEORGIA ISLANDS: South Georgia : Bird Island, 23-I-1979, I. Hunter leg., 1 male, 2 females [ BMNH] (Smith 1987)   .

Macronectes giganteus (Gmelin, 1789)  

COLLEMBOLA 

Isotomidae  

Cryptopygus antarcticus Willem, 1901  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Cryptopygus caecus Wahlgren, 1906  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Cryptopygus tricuspis Enderlein, 1909  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Folsomotoma punctata Wahlgren, 1906  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Pseudosorensia atlantica ( Wise, 1970)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Isotoma   sp. nov.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Setocerura georgiana (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Neanuridae  

Friesea   sp. nov.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Setanodosa steineni (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Tullbergiidae  

Tullbergia bisetosa Börner, 1903  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Royal Bay: Koppen Pt., 4-III-1964, H. B. Clagg 215A, 1 ex., giant petrel nest ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 2 larvae, from nest ( Watt 1970), 3 larvae from nest ( Gressitt 1970); ( Flores 1998).

Note: Flores (1998) says that larvae and adults were found in the nests of all birds mentioned by Watt (1970), but only larvae were found in the nest of this bird ( Watt 1970).

Pachyptilia belcheri   [falklandica (Mathews, 1839)]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Parapsyllus magellanicus magellanicus Jordan, 1938  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: [East Falkland]: New Island , 21-X-1958, R.W. Woods leg., 1 female [ BMNH] (Smith 1987); ( Smit 1970)   .

Pachyptilia desolata (Gmelin, 1789)  

= Prion banksi: Jordan 1942b.

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 9 larvae from nest ( Watt 1970; Gressitt 1970).

Note: record omitted by Flores (1998).

SIPHONAPTERA   : Pygiopsyllidae  

Notiopsylla kerguelensis ( Taschenberg, 1880)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: on birds and in their nests ( Jordan 1942b); R.C. Murphy leg., 1 female, from soil of burrow of dove prion (or whale-bird) [Jordan & Rothschild 1914: 223, Schaeffer 1914: 90, Murphy 1936: 628] ( Smit 1970); Bird Island (just off the main island, to the NW), 11-1-1959, 5 males, 3 females, W. L. N. Ticknell leg., from dove prion ( Smit 1970).

Procellaria aequinoctialis Linnaeus, 1758  

COLLEMBOLA 

Isotomidae  

Cryptopygus antarcticus Willem, 1901  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 42A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample, Clagg 44A, 2 exx., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Cryptopygus caecus Wahlgren, 1906  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 44A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Cryptopygus tricuspis Enderlein, 1909  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Folsomotoma octooculata (Willem, 1901)  

= Parisotoma octooculata (Willem, 1901)   : Wise 1970.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 44A, 3 exx., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970).

Folsomotoma punctata Wahlgren, 1906  

= Sorensia subflava   [non Salmon, 1949]: Wise 1970, fide Convey et al. 1999.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 42A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample, Clagg 44A, 2 exx., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Isotoma   sp. nov.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999). Pseudosorensia atlantica ( Wise, 1970)  

= Sorensia atlantica Wise, 1970   [descr.; distr.]

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 42A, 1 Paratype, shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Setocerura georgiana (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 44A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Katiannidae  

Sminthurinus jonesi Wise, 1970  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12714- XII-1963, Clagg 42A, 2 exx. Paratypes, shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

Neanuridae   [sensu Massoud, 1967]

Friesea   sp. nov.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Setanodosa steineni (Schäffer, 1891)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Grytviken Pen.: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 42A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample, Clagg 44A, 2 exx., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970): Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

Tullbergiidae  

Tullbergia bisetosa Börner, 1903  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: King Edward Pt., 12/ 14-XII-1963, Clagg 42A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample, Clagg 44A, 1 ex., shoemaker nest sample ( Wise 1970); Tønsberg Peninsula, 1995-1996, in nests ( Convey et al. 1999).

COLEOPTERA   : Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 10 larvae, from nest ( Watt 1970; Gressitt 1970); ( Flores 1998).

Note: Flores (1998) says that larvae and adults were found in the nests of all birds mentioned by Watt (1970), but only larvae were found in the nest of this bird ( Watt 1970).

SIPHONAPTERA   : Pygiopsyllidae  

Notiopsylla kerguelensis ( Taschenberg, 1880)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: King Edward Point , Grytviken Peninsula, 12/ 14-XI-1963, 1 male, H.B. Clagg leg., from nest of white-chinned petrel ( Smit 1970)   .

DIPTERA   : Heleomyzidae  

Paractora trichosterna (Thomson, 1868)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], from nest material of Shoemaker [berlese funnel] ( Harrison 1970).

Procellaria aequinoctialis Linnaeus, 1758  

+ Spheniscus magellanicus (I.R. Foster, 1781)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

* Listronius robertsianus ( Jordan, 1938)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946; Capri & Capri 1959; Autino & Lareschi 1998): Kidney Island, 3-XII-1936, B. Roberts leg., 1 female, in separate burrows branching from the same entrance ( Jordan 1938 1942b), Holotype [ BMHN] ( Johnson 1957, Smit 1987).

Note: For Jordan (1938), “the true host of this new species … is probably the Procellaria   .,” but both birds were mentioned as hosts by Costa Lima & Hathaway (1946), Capri & Capri (1959), and Autino & Lareschi (1998).

PSITTACIDAE  

Enicognathus leptorrhynchus (King, 1831)  

= “parrot”: Law 1903: 88, 91.

= “ Psittacus sp.   ”: Baker 1904, Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946.

SIPHONAPTERA   : Tungidae  

Hectopsylla psitacii Fraunfeld, 1860  

= “ Rhynchopsylla pulex   ” [partim, nec Haller, 1880]: Law 1903: 88, 91 [host]

[ CHILE]: ( Law 1903, Baker (1904); ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946); [Metropolitan Region]: “St Jago,” from “Tschoroi,” collected by the Novara Expedition ( Hopkins & Rothschild 1953); “St. Jogo” [Santiago], 2 females Syntypes [ BMNH], ex Cyanolyseus patagonus   or Enicognathus leptorhynchus ( Hastriter & Méndez 2000)   ; 1 female Lectotype [ BMNH] by present designation, labelled “ Hectopsylla psittaci Frfld.   Wien Acad. 1860, XL, pg. 464. Type, Novara Reise. 657, Chile, am Tschoroi,” “N.C. Rothschild determinavit Hectopsylla psittaci   45,” “ Hectopsylla psittaci Frfld. Tp.   det. Rotsch,” “auf Psittacus   , Chile” “ Henicognathus leptorrhynchus King.   ” [backside of the label:], “ Lectotypus f Hectopsylla psittaci Frauenfeld, 1860   , des. C. Kutzscher 2001” [label immediately in the tube containing the lectotype:]; 1 female (with damaged head) Paralectotype [ NHMW], and 2 females (fragments) Paralectotypes [ NHMW], segregated from lectotype in a separate tube with the following labels “ Hectopsylla psittaci Frfld.   Wien Acad. 1860, XL, pg. 464. Type, Novara Reise. 657, Chile, am Tschoroi,” “N.C. Rothschild determinavit Hectopsylla psittaci   45,” “ Hectopsylla psittaci Frfld. Tp.   det. Rotsch,” “auf Psittacus   , Chile” “ Henicognathus leptorrhynchus Kunz.   ” [backside of the label:]; 2 females [ BMNH], each mounted on a slide and labelled “ psitacii   f vs. Fr., 1860, St. Jago, Chile,” “ syntype ” [red edged], “Tschoroi ( Cyanoliseus patagonus   or Enicognathus leptorhynchus   ) G. von Frauenfeld don. Vienna Mus., C. Rothschild Coll. Brit. Mus. 1923–615” ( Blank et al. 2007).

Note 1: The type series was collected from the host “Tschoroi.” Hopkins & Rothschild (1953) supposed this name to denote either Cyanoliseus patagonus   or Enicognathus leptorhynchus   . Following Johnson & Goodall (1967), and De la Peña & Rumboll (1998), “Tschoroi” or “Choroy” is the popular Chilean name for Enicognathus leptorhynchus ( Blank et al. 2007)   .

Note 2: The Psittacus   mentioned by Costa Lima & Hathaway (1946) corresponds to the mention of Baker (1904), who states that “this remarkable insect was first described from Ceylon [sic!] as occurring on a parrot ( Psittacus sp.   ).”

RHINOCRYPTIDAE  

Pteroptochos tarnii (King, 1831)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) huinayensis Beaucournu, Ardiles & Gonzalez-Acuña, 2009  

CHILE: Hualaihue , Huinay, 42° 22’ S, 72° 24’ W, 7-XII-2008, K. Ardiles leg., 1 male Holotype [ MHNP], on P. tarnii ( Beaucournu et al. 2009)   GoogleMaps  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) tapaculensis Beaucournu, Ardiles & Gonzalez-Acuña, 2009  

CHILE: Hualaihue, Huinay, 42° 22’ S, 72° 24’ W, 7-XII-2008, K. Ardiles leg., 1 male Holotype [ MHNP], on the same individual of P. tarnii   , together with the Holotype of D. huynayensis ( Beaucournu et al. 2009)   .

Scelorchilus rubecula   [ rubecula (Kittlitz, 1830)   ]

= Pteroptochus rubecula: Jordan 1936: 309   [distr.; host]; Johnson 1957: 117 [distr.; host]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) cteniopus ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920)  

CHILE ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946): ( Macchiavello 1948, following Jordan & Rothschild 1920); Arauco: Isla Mocha, 1-XII-1932, J.C.C. Platts leg., 1 female, 7 males [ BMNH], from nest ( Jordan 1936, Hastriter & Schlatter 2006), ex nest ( Johnson 1957, following Jordan 1936).

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) huinayensis Beaucournu, Ardiles & Gonzalez-Acuña, 2009  

CHILE: Hualaihue , Huinay, 42° 22’ S, 72° 24’ W, 4-XII-2008, K. Ardiles leg., 1 male Paratype [ PFCV], on S. rubecula ( Beaucournu et al. 2009)   GoogleMaps   .

Scytalopus magellanicus   [ magellanicus (Gmelin, 1789)   ]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) cteniopus ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920)  

CHILE ( Pinto 1930, following Jordan & Rothschild 1920); ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946): Temuco ( Macchiavello 1948, following Jordan & Rothschild 1920); Cautín: Temuco, VIII-1910, S. Bullock leg., 1 male ( Jordan & Rothschild 1920), Holotype [ BMNH], ex Magellanic Tapaculo ( Johnson 1957, Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

SPHENISCIDAE  

Eudyptes chrysocome (I.R. Forster, 1781)  

= Eudyptes cristatus: Jordan 1938: 135   [distr.; host]; Smit 1987.

= Eudyptes crestatus   [ crestatus   , non J.F. Miller, 1784]: Autino & Lareschi 1998.

=? Eudyptula: Beaucournu & Castro 2003: 470   [cat.; distr.; hosts]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Listronius robertsianus ( Jordan, 1938)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: [East Falkland]: Kidney Island , 2-I-1959, R.W. Woods leg., 1 female, found on collector after contact with the bird ( Smit 1987)   .

Parapsyllus longicornis (Enderlein, 1901)  

= Parapsyllus longicornis alginus Jordan, 1942b: 18   [distr.; hosts]; Smith 1987: 156 [syn.; distr.; hosts; refs.]

= Parapsyllus longicornis: Jordan 1938   [distr.; hosts]; Autino & Lareschi 1998 [cat.; distr.; host]; Beaucournu & Castro 2003: 470 [cat.; distr.; hosts]

FALKLAND ISLANDS ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946; Capri & Capri 1959; Autino & Lareschi 1998; Beaucournu & Castro 2003): East Falkland: Kidney Island, XI-1934, A.G. Bennett leg., XI/ XII-1936, B. Roberts leg., occasionally on the bodies ( Jordan 1938); Kidney Is., Berkeley Sound and Sparrow Cove, A.C. Bennet & B. Roberts leg., a total of 14 males, 11 females, in the burrows of Eudyptes chrysocome   , Spheniscus magellanicus   and Pygoscelis papua ( Jordan 1942b)   ; Kidney Island, 13-XI-1934, A.G. Bennett leg., 4 males Paralectotypes [ BMNH], 57 females Paralectotypes [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987); Kidney Island, 30-XI-1936, B. Roberts leg., 4 males Paralectotypes [ BMNH], 1 female Paralectotype [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987); 1986-87 breeding season, 9 % infested of 67 examined Rockhoppers penguins ( Hawkey et al. 1989), 1987, found on only 2 (6.2 %) of 67 examined birds ( Keymer et al. 2001).

Note: P. longicornis   is cited on Eudyptes chrysocome   , sub Chile, by Pinto (1930), evidently another error.

? Parapsyllus sp.  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: 1986, in one (6.6%) from 15 rockhoppers died in 1986 ( Keymer et al. 2001).

Pygoscelis papua   [ellsworthi Murphy, 1947]

COLLEMBOLA 

Isotomidae  

Cryptopygus antarcticus Willem, 1901  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Cumberland West Bay, 17/ 21-XI-1963, Clagg 41A, 3 exx., gentoo penguin nest sample ( Wise 1970).

Cryptopygus caecus Wahlgren, 1906  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Cumberland West Bay , 17-21.XI.1963, Clagg 41A, 1 ex., gentoo penguin nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

Pseudosorensia atlantica ( Wise, 1970)  

= Sorensia atlantica Wise, 1970   : fide Convey et al. 1999.

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Cumberland West Bay , 17/ 21-XI-1963, Clagg 41A, 1 ex. Paratype, gentoo penguin nest sample ( Wise 1970)   .

COLEOPTERA  

Perimylopidae  

Hydromedion sparsutum Müller, 1884  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], 13 adults 5 larvae, from Gentoo Penguin rookery ( Watt 1970; Gressitt 1970); ( Flores 1998).

Note: Flores (1998) says that larvae and adults were found in the nests of all birds mentioned by Watt (1970) but in this case no nest was mentioned ( Watt 1970).

Staphylinidae  

Leptusa atriceps (Waterhouse, 1875)  

= Halmaeusa atriceps (Waterhouse, 1875)   : Steel 1970: 241-242 [distr.]

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], collected from penguin rookeries ( Steel 1970). SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Parapsyllus longicornis (Enderlein, 1901)  

= Parapsyllus longicornis alginus Jordan, 1942b: 18   [distr.; hosts]; Smit 1987 [syn.; distr.; hosts]

FALKLAND ISLANDS: Kidney Is., Berkeley Sound and Sparrow Cove, A.C. Bennet & B. Roberts leg., 14 males, 11 females, in the burrows of Pygoscelis papua   , Spheniscus magellanicus   and Eudyptes chrysocome ( Jordan 1942b)   .

DIPTERA  

Heleomyzidae  

Prosopantrum austrinum Enderlein, 1912  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], from nest material ( Harrison 1970).

Sphaeroceridae  

Antrops truncipennis Enderlein, 1909  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], under rocks in Gentoo Penguin rookery ( Harrison 1970). Archiborborus koenigi Duda, 1932  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: [locality not discriminated], under rocks in Gentoo Penguin rookery ( Harrison 1970). Trichoceridae  

Trichocera regelationis (Linnaeus, 1758)  

GEORGIAS ISLANDS: South Georgia: Royal Bay , Moltke Harbor, Lower Valley, 3-IV-1964, 15 males, from Gentoo penguin rookery ( Dahl 1970)   .

Pygoscelis papua   [ papua (I.R. Foster, 1781)   ]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Parapsyllus longicornis (Enderlein, 1901)  

= Parapsyllus longicornis alginus Jordan, 1942   : Smith 1987: 156 [syn.; distr.; hosts; refs.]

= Parapsyllus longicornis: Jordan 1938   [distr.; hosts]; Autino & Lareschi 1998 [cat.; distr.; host]

FALKLAND ISLANDS ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946; Capri & Capri 1959; Autino & Lareschi 1998): [East Falkland]: Sparrow Cove, X-1933 ( Jordan 1938), 25-X-1933, A.G. Bennett leg., 1 male Paralectotype [ BMNH], 2 females Paralectotypes [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987).

Spheniscus humboldti Meyen, 1834  

= Eudyptes humboldti: Jordan 1942b   , Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946.

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Parapsyllus humboldti Jordan, 1942  

= Parapsyllus longicornis humboldti Jordan, 1942a   : Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946: 147 [distr.; host; ref.]

= Parapsyllus australiacus Jordan 1938   , partim: Jordan 1942b: 18-19 [distr. ( Chile); host]

Macchiavello 1948: 431 [distr.; host; ref.]; Johnson 1957: 149 [distr.; hosts; refs.]; Smit 1987: 153 [syst.]

CHILE: Province of Aconcagua, Zapallar, 3 males, 15 females type series [ BMNH] ( Jordan 1938); Zapallar, north of Valparaíso, 3 males, 15 females, in nest ( Jordan 1942b); Zapallar, 15-XI-1931, F.C. Platts leg., 1 male Lectotype [ BMNH], in nest ( Smit 1987: 151), 1 female lectallotype, 1 male Paralectotype, 14 females Paralectotypes ( Smit 1987: 153).

Spheniscus magellanicus (I.R. Foster, 1781)  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Rhopalopsyllidae  

Listronius robertsianus ( Jordan, 1938)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: West Point Island , 29-XI-1967, J.W.H. Conroy leg., 1 male, in the nest ( Smit 1987). Parapsyllus longicornis (Enderlein, 1901)    

= Parapsyllus longicornis: Jordan 1938   [distr.; hosts]

= Parapsyllus longicornis alginus Jordan, 1942b: 18   [distr.; hosts]; Smit 1987 [syn.; distr.; hosts]

ARGENTINA: Santa Cruz: Punta Dungeness, 20-IV-1981, B. Babus leg., 5 males, 4 females [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987)   .

FALKLAND ISLANDS: East Falkland: Kidney Island, XI/ XII-1936, B. Roberts leg., very common in the burrows but rarely found on the birds themselves ( Jordan 1938); Kidney Is., Berkeley Sound and Sparrow Cove, A.C. Bennet & B. Roberts leg., a total of 14 males, 11 females, in the burrows of S. magellanicus   , Eudyptes chrysocome   and Pygoscelis papua ( Jordan 1942b)   ; Kidney Island, 3-. XII-1936, B. Roberts leg., 1 male Lectotype [ BMNH], 1 female Lectallotype [ BMNH], 1 male Paralectotype [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987).

Parapsyllus magellanicus magellanicus Jordan, 1938  

= Parapsyllus huincae Del Ponte & Riesel 1939: 545   [distr.; hosts]

= “ Parapsyllus huincae Del Ponte & Riesel, 1939   (n.n.)”: Capri & Capri 1959 [= nomen nudum]

= Ectinorus huincae ( Del Ponte & Riesel, 1939)   : Autino & Lareschi 1998: 289 [cat.; host]

=? Parapsyllus huincae Del Ponte & Riesel, 1939   : Smith 1987: 161 [= nomen nudum; syn.; distr.; host; ref.]

ARGENTINA: Santa Cruz: Punta Medanosa (south of Puerto Deseado), “en un paradero de pinguinos” ( Del Ponte & Riesel 1939).

FALKLAND ISLANDS: [East Falkland], Kidney Island, 28-XI-1936, B. Roberts leg., 1 male, 1 female, very common in the burrows but rarely found on the birds themselves ( Jordan 1938), 1 male, 1 female type series [ BMNH] ( Johnson 1957), 1 male Lectotype [ BMNH], 1 female Lectallotype [ BMNH] (Smith 1987); ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946; Capri & Capri 1959; Smit 1970; Autino & Lareschi 1998).

Note 1: Del Ponte & Riesel (1939 Physis, 17: 545) wrote after the name huincae   , “A publicarse proximamente en la Rev. del Inst. Bact., D. N. H.).” Costa Lima & Hathaway (1946) and Autino & Lareschi (1998) give the authority of the name to Del Ponte & Riesel (1939. Physis, 17: 545). Capri & Capri (1959) give the name as “ Parapsyllus huincae Del Ponte & Riesel, 1939   (n.n.),” giving to understand that this name is a nomen nudum and that, until this time (1959), it was not published (nor the species described).

All other species mentioned by Del Ponte & Riesel (1939) as “ Parapsyllus   ” with hosts in Rodentia   , were transferred to the genera Delostychus Jordan, 1942, Dysmicus Jordan, 1942   , Ectinorus Jordan, 1942   , and Listronius Jordan, 1942   , except Parapsyllus huincae   [see Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946] (justly because it was never described?). The nomenclatural status of all names was followed by Capri & Capri (1959), but Autino & Lareschi (1998) erroneously place fortis Jordan & Rothschild, 1923   , ulus Jordan & Rothschild, 1923 [type-species of Listronius   !], and talis Jordan & Rothschild, 1923 [type-species of Delostichus   !] in the genus Parapsyllus   . Each of two other species, Parapsyllus levipes Jordan & Rothschild, 1923   and Parapsyllus onychius Jordan & Rothschild, 1923   [both currently situated in Ectinorus   ], were included twice by Autino & Lareschi (1998), one in Ectinorus   and the other in Parapsyllus   . All species of Ectinorus   [except Ectinorus onychius   , with a record on one continental bird, which may be an accidental host], Delostichus   and Listronius   (except Listronius robertsianus   ) are ectoparasites of rodents. Parapsyllus   [sensu stricto] seems to be specialized on sea birds ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946, Capri & Capri 1959, Withing et al. 2008). In view of this, it is highly probable that huincae   will be a true Parapsyllus   because it was found in a “paradero de pinguinos,” and not an Ectinorus   as was stated by Autino & Lareschi (1998). With doubt, Smith (1987) situates P. huincae   as a synonym of Parapsyllus magellanicus magellanicus   , probably because the species was never described, and/or the “type-specimens” were not examined. The current location of the specimens of P. huincae   is unknown.

Note 2: The fact that Parapsyllus huincae   was biting humans can be considered totally accidental, and not because humans were a host, as was listed by Del Ponte & Riesel (1939), Costa Lima & Hathaway (1946), and Autino & Lareschi (1998).

? Parapsyllus sp.  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: 1987, one (8.3%) infested from 12 examined birds ( Keymer et al. 2001).

TROGLODYTIDAE  

Troglodytes aedon Vieillot, 1809  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neormipsyllus) aedon Beaucornu, Vergara, Balboa & Gonzalez Acuña, 2006  

CHILE: Manquehue , 33º 22’ S, 70º 30’ W [10 km N from Santiago], XI-2004, P. Vergara leg., 1 male Holotype, 1 GoogleMaps  

female Allotype, 1 male, 3 females Paratypes in a nest (Beaucornu et al. 2006); Chile ( Aramburú et al. 2009b, following Beaucornu et al. 2006).

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) cteniopus ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920)  

CHILE: Región Metropolitana: Santiago, second year, in 64% of 14 nests in nest boxes ( Vergara et al. 2005).

TURDIDAE  

Turdus falklandii falklandii Quoy & Gaimardi, 1824  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

FALKLAND ISLANDS: East Falkland: [Port] Stanley ( Holland 1985, following Smit 1961 [Ent. 94: 66-67]), 19- XI-1957, 1 female [ BMNH], ex Austral Thrush, 27- XII-1957, 1 male [ BMNH], ex Austral Thrush; Kidney Island, 22-XI-1961, R.W. Wods leg., 2 females [ BMNH] ( Smit 1987), referred as 2 males [ BMNH] ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

Turdus falklandii magallanicus King, 1831  

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

= Dasypsyllus monicae Capri, 1953  

ARGENTINA: Santa Cruz: Lago Argentino, Estancia La Jerónima, from nest ( Capri & Capri 1959); Santa Cruz, from nest ( Autino & Lareschi 1998).

TYRANNIDAE  

Xolmis pyrope (Kittlitz, 1830)  

= Taenioptera pyrope: Pinto 1930: 379   [distr.; host; ref.]

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) araucanus ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920)  

CHILE ( Pinto 1930, following Jordan & Rothschild 1920); ( Costa Lima & Hathaway 1946); Temuco ( Macchiavello 1948, following Jordan & Rothschild 1920); Cautín: Temuco, IX-1910, S. Bullock leg., 4 females ( Jordan & Rothschild, 1920), same data except VIII-1910 ( Johnson 1957), 1 female Holotype [ BMNH], same data except 31-X-1910, 3 females Paratypes [ BMNH], ex Fire-eyed Diucon ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006).

UNDETERMINED FAMILY

Undetermined sp.

SIPHONAPTERA   : Ceratophyllidae  

Dasypsyllus (Neornipsyllus) stejnegeri (Jordan, 1929)  

ARGENTINA: Santa Cruz: Lago Argentino , 25-II-1953, 1 male, 1 female [ CMNH], from “nido de ave no conocida” ( Hastriter & Schlatter 2006)   .

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

CMNH

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History

BNHM

Beijing Natural History Museum

NHMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

MHNP

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle Perpignan

Kingdom

Chromista

Phylum

Foraminifera

Class

Tubothalamea

Order

Siphonaptera

Loc

SIPHONAPTERA

Iorio, Osvaldo Di & Turienzo, Paola 2011
2011
Loc

Parapsyllus longicornis: Jordan 1938

Beaucournu, J-C. & Castro, D. 2003: 470
2003
Loc

Ectinorus huincae ( Del Ponte & Riesel, 1939 )

Autino, A. G. & Lareschi, M. 1998: 289
1998
Loc

Halmaeusa atriceps (Waterhouse, 1875)

Steel, W. O. 1970: 241
1970
Loc

Halmaeusa atriceps (Waterhouse, 1875)

Steel, W. O. 1970: 241
1970
Loc

Dasypsyllus aemulus

Hastriter, M. W. & Schlatter, R. P. 2006: 255
Johnson, P. T. 1957: 116
1957
Loc

Dasypsyllus aemulus

Hastriter, M. W. & Schlatter, R. P. 2006: 255
Autino, A. G. & Lareschi, M. 1998: 290
Johnson, P. T. 1957: 116
1957
Loc

Parapsyllus longicornis humboldti

Costa Lima, A. & Hathaway, C. R. 1946: 147
1946
Loc

Parapsyllus longicornis alginus

Jordan, K. 1942: 18
1942
Loc

Parapsyllus longicornis alginus

Jordan, K. 1942: 18
1942
Loc

Parapsyllus australiacus

Jordan, K. 1942: 18
1942
Loc

Parapsyllus longicornis alginus

Jordan, K. 1942: 18
1942
Loc

Parapsyllus huincae

Del Ponte, E. & Riesel, M. A. 1939: 545
1939
Loc

Eudyptes cristatus:

Jordan, K. 1938: 135
1938
Loc

Pteroptochus rubecula:

Johnson, P. T. 1957: 117
Jordan, K. 1936: 309
1936
Loc

Siptornis anthoides:

Jordan, K. 1933: 360
1933
Loc

Taenioptera pyrope:

Pinto, C. 1930: 379
1930