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Synonyms:
   Cophosaurus texanus (Texas greater earless lizard) 

Broader Terms:
   Cophosaurus (greater earless lizards) 
   Squamata (amphisbaenians) 
   texanus: 

More Specific:
   Cophosaurus texanus scitulus (Southwestern Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus texanus texanus (Texas Earless Lizard) 
 
 
Latest Articles on texanus: Texas Earless Lizard from uBioRSS
Metazoan Endoparasites of 13 Species of Central American Anoles (Sauria: Po... - BioOne: Comparative Parasitology
Life-History Traits in a Population of the Dwarf Gecko, Sphaerodactylus vin... - BioOne: Copeia


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91.  Geographic distribution of ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) in Michigan, with emphasis on Ixodes scapularis and Borrelia burgdorferi.LinkIT
Walker ED, Stobierski MG, Poplar ML, Smith TW, Murphy AJ, Smith PC, Schmitt SM, Cooley TM, Kramer CM
Journal of medical entomology, 1998
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92.  Relative sensitivity of three endangered fishes, Colorado squawfish, bonytail, and razorback sucker, to selected metal pollutants.LinkIT
Buhl KJ
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 1997
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93.  Tick-raccoon associations and the potential for Lyme disease spirochete transmission in the coastal plain of North Carolina.LinkIT
Ouellette J, Apperson CS, Howard P, Evans TL, Levine JF
Journal of wildlife diseases, 1997
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94.  [Further studies on parasitic arthropods of the elk Alces alces in Poland].LinkIT
Kadulski S
Wiadomosci parazytologiczne, 1996
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95.  Hazard assessment of inorganics to three endangered fish in the Green River, Utah.LinkIT
Hamilton SJ
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 1995
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96.  Ectoparasites of opossums and raccoons in southeastern Georgia.LinkIT
Pung OJ, Durden LA, Banks CW, Jones DN
Journal of medical entomology, 1994
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97.  Selenium in eggs and milt of razorback Sucker (Xyrauchen texanus) in the middle Green River, Utah.LinkIT
Hamilton SJ, Waddell B
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 1994
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98.  Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) collected from small and medium-sized Kansas mammals.LinkIT
Brillhart DB, Fox LB, Upton SJ
Journal of medical entomology, 1994
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99.  Survey on the importance of mange in the aetiology of skin lesions in goats in Peninsular Malaysia.LinkIT
Dorny P, Van Wyngaarden T, Vercruysse J, Symoens C, Jalia A
Tropical animal health and production, 1994
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100.  Ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) infesting medium-sized wild mammals in southwestern Tennessee.LinkIT
Kollars TM
Journal of medical entomology, 1993
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