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J. W. Demastes, Hafner, M. S., Hafner, D. J., Spradling, T. A.1998Pocket gophers and chewing lice: a test of the maternal transmission hypothesis
M. S. Hafner, Demastes, J. W., Hafner, D. J., Spradling, T. A., Sudman, P. D., Nadler, S. A.1998Age and movement of a hybrid zone: Implications for dispersal distance in pocket gophers and their chewing lice
M. S. Hafner, Sudman, P. D., Villablanca, F. X., Spradling, T. A., Demastes, J. W., Nadler, S. A.1994Disparate rates of molecular evolution in cospeciating hosts and parasites
P. H. Harvey, Keymer A. E.1991Comparing life histories using phylogenies
R. A. Hellenthal, Price R. D.1991Biosystematics of the chewing lice of pocket gophers
R. D. M. Page1996Temporal congruence revisited: comparison of mitochondrial DNA sequence divergence in cospeciating pocket gophers and their chewing lice
R. D. M. Page, Price, R. D., Hellenthal, R. A.1995Phylogeny of Geomydoecus and Thomomydoecus pocket gopher lice (Phthiraptera: Trichodectidae) inferred from cladistic analysis of adult and first instar morphology
A. Popinga, Demastes, J. W., Spradling, T. A., Hafner, D. J., Hafner, M. S.2019Host-parasite associations of the Cratogeomys fumosus species group and their chewing lice, Geomydoecus
D. L. Reed, Hafner M. S.1997Host specificity of chewing lice on pocket gophers: a potential mechanism for cospeciation
D. L. Reed, Hafner, M. S., Allen, S. K.2000Mammalian hair diameter as a possible mechanism for host specialization in chewing lice
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