Handbook of Medical Entomology
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Handbook of Medical Entomology

By William A. (William Albert) Riley, O. A. (Oskar Augustus) Johannsen
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Table of Contents
  • TRANSCRIBERS' NOTES
  • HANDBOOK OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    • WM. A. RILEY, Ph.D.
    • O. A. JOHANNSEN, Ph.D.
    • PREFACE
    • ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS
    • CONTENTS
    • CHAPTER I.
    • INTRODUCTION
      • EARLY SUGGESTIONS REGARDING THE TRANSMISSION OF DISEASE BY INSECTS
      • THE WAYS IN WHICH ARTHROPODS MAY AFFECT THE HEALTH OF MAN
    • EARLY SUGGESTIONS REGARDING THE TRANSMISSION OF DISEASE BY INSECTS
    • THE WAYS IN WHICH ARTHROPODS MAY AFFECT THE HEALTH OF MAN
    • CHAPTER II.
    • ARTHROPODS WHICH ARE DIRECTLY POISONOUS
      • ARANEIDA OR SPIDERS
      • THE PEDIPALPIDA OR WHIP-SCORPIONS
      • THE SCORPIONIDA, OR TRUE SCORPIONS
      • THE SOLPUGIDA, OR SOLPUGIDS
      • THE ACARINA, OR MITES AND TICKS
      • THE MYRIAPODA, OR CENTIPEDES AND MILLIPEDES
      • The Diplopoda
      • The Chilopoda
      • THE HEXAPODA OR TRUE INSECTS
      • PIERCING OR BITING INSECTS POISONOUS TO MAN
      • Hemiptera
      • DIPTERA
      • STINGING INSECTS
      • NETTLING INSECTS
      • LEPIDOPTERA
      • Vescicating Insects and those Possessing Other Poisons in their Blood Plasma
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • ARANEIDA OR SPIDERS
    • THE PEDIPALPIDA OR WHIP-SCORPIONS
    • THE SCORPIONIDA, OR TRUE SCORPIONS
    • THE SOLPUGIDA, OR SOLPUGIDS
    • THE ACARINA, OR MITES AND TICKS
    • THE MYRIAPODA, OR CENTIPEDES AND MILLIPEDES
    • The Diplopoda
    • The Chilopoda
    • THE HEXAPODA OR TRUE INSECTS
    • PIERCING OR BITING INSECTS POISONOUS TO MAN
    • Hemiptera
    • DIPTERA
    • STINGING INSECTS
    • NETTLING INSECTS
    • LEPIDOPTERA
    • Vescicating Insects and those Possessing Other Poisons in their Blood Plasma
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III
    • PARASITIC ARTHROPODA AFFECTING MAN
      • Acarina or Mites
      • The Trombidiidæ, or Harvest Mites
      • Ixodoidea or Ticks
      • Argasidæ
      • Ixodidæ
      • Tarsonemidæ
      • Sarcoptidæ
      • Demodecidæ
      • Hexapoda or True Insects
      • Siphunculata
      • Hemiptera
      • Parasitic Diptera or Flies
      • Psychodidæ or Moth-Flies
      • Culicidæ or Mosquitoes
      • The Simuliidæ, or Black Flies
      • Chironomidæ or Midges
      • Tabanidæ or Horse-Flies
      • Leptidæ or Snipe-Flies
      • Oestridæ or Bot-flies
      • Muscidæ
      • The Siphonaptera or Fleas
    • Acarina or Mites
    • The Trombidiidæ, or Harvest Mites
    • Ixodoidea or Ticks
    • Argasidæ
    • Ixodidæ
    • Tarsonemidæ
    • Sarcoptidæ
    • Demodecidæ
    • Hexapoda or True Insects
    • Siphunculata
    • Hemiptera
    • Parasitic Diptera or Flies
    • Psychodidæ or Moth-Flies
    • Culicidæ or Mosquitoes
    • The Simuliidæ, or Black Flies
    • Chironomidæ or Midges
    • Tabanidæ or Horse-Flies
    • Leptidæ or Snipe-Flies
    • Oestridæ or Bot-flies
    • Muscidæ
    • The Siphonaptera or Fleas
    • CHAPTER IV
    • ACCIDENTAL OR FACULTATIVE PARASITES
      • Acarina
      • Myriapoda
      • Lepidopterous Larvæ
      • Coleoptera
      • Dipterous Larvæ
    • Acarina
    • Myriapoda
    • Lepidopterous Larvæ
    • Coleoptera
    • Dipterous Larvæ
    • CHAPTER V
    • ARTHROPODS AS SIMPLE CARRIERS OF DISEASE
      • The House-fly As a Carrier of Disease
    • The House-fly As a Carrier of Disease
    • CHAPTER VI
    • ARTHROPODS AS DIRECT INOCULATORS OF DISEASE GERMS
      • Some Illustrations of Direct Inoculation of Disease Germs by Arthropods
      • The Rôle of Fleas in the Transmission of the Plague
    • Some Illustrations of Direct Inoculation of Disease Germs by Arthropods
    • The Rôle of Fleas in the Transmission of the Plague
    • CHAPTER VII
    • ARTHROPODS AS ESSENTIAL HOSTS OF PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS
      • Insects as Intermediate Hosts of Tapeworms
      • Arthropods as Intermediate Hosts of Nematode Worms
      • Other Nematode Parasites of Man and Animals Developing in Arthropods
    • Insects as Intermediate Hosts of Tapeworms
    • Arthropods as Intermediate Hosts of Nematode Worms
    • Other Nematode Parasites of Man and Animals Developing in Arthropods
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • ARTHROPODS AS ESSENTIAL HOSTS OF PATHOGENIC PROTOZOA
      • Mosquitoes and Malaria
      • Mosquitoes and Yellow Fever
    • Mosquitoes and Malaria
    • Mosquitoes and Yellow Fever
    • CHAPTER IX
    • ARTHROPODS AS ESSENTIAL HOSTS OF PATHOGENIC PROTOZOA
      • Insects and Trypanosomiases
      • Ticks and Diseases of Man and Animals
    • Insects and Trypanosomiases
    • Ticks and Diseases of Man and Animals
    • CHAPTER X
    • ARTHROPODS AS ESSENTIAL HOSTS OF PATHOGENIC PROTOZOA [Continued]
      • Arthropods and Spirochætoses of Man and Animals
      • Typhus Fever and Pediculidæ
    • Arthropods and Spirochætoses of Man and Animals
    • Typhus Fever and Pediculidæ
    • CHAPTER XI
    • SOME POSSIBLE, BUT IMPERFECTLY ESTABLISHED CASES OF ARTHROPOD TRANSMISSION OF DISEASE
      • Infantile Paralysis or Acute Anterior Poliomyelitis
      • Pellagra
      • Leprosy
      • Verruga peruviana
      • Cancer
    • Infantile Paralysis or Acute Anterior Poliomyelitis
    • Pellagra
    • Leprosy
    • Verruga peruviana
    • Cancer
    • CHAPTER XII
    • HOMINOXIOUS ARTHROPODS
      • CRUSTACEA
      • MYRIAPODA
      • ARACHNIDA
      • HEXAPODA (Insects)
      • ORDERS OF THE ARACHNIDA
      • ACARINA[E]
      • HEXAPODA (Insecta)
      • SIPHUNCULATA (page 275)
      • HEMIPTERA (page 275)
      • LEPIDOPTERA
      • DIPTERA (page 285)
      • SIPHONAPTERA (page 316)
      • COLEOPTERA
      • HYMENOPTERA
      • SIPHUNCULATA AND HEMIPTERA
      • Reduviidæ of the United States
      • DIPTERA (Mosquitoes, Midges, Flies)
      • SYNOPSIS OF THE PRINCIPAL GENERA OF THE MUSCIDÆ OF THE WORLD
      • SIPHONAPTERA. Fleas
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CRUSTACEA
    • MYRIAPODA
    • ARACHNIDA
    • HEXAPODA (Insects)
    • ORDERS OF THE ARACHNIDA
    • ACARINA[E]
    • HEXAPODA (Insecta)
    • SIPHUNCULATA (page 275)
    • HEMIPTERA (page 275)
    • LEPIDOPTERA
    • DIPTERA (page 285)
    • SIPHONAPTERA (page 316)
    • COLEOPTERA
    • HYMENOPTERA
    • SIPHUNCULATA AND HEMIPTERA
    • Reduviidæ of the United States
    • DIPTERA (Mosquitoes, Midges, Flies)
    • SYNOPSIS OF THE PRINCIPAL GENERA OF THE MUSCIDÆ OF THE WORLD
    • SIPHONAPTERA. Fleas
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDIX
      • HYDROCYANIC ACID GAS AGAINST HOUSEHOLD INSECTS
      • The Proportions of Ingredients
      • A Single Room As an Example
      • Fumigating a Large House
      • Precautions
      • LESIONS PRODUCED BY THE BITE OF THE BLACK-FLY
      • Resume and Discussion of Experimental Findings
      • Summary
    • HYDROCYANIC ACID GAS AGAINST HOUSEHOLD INSECTS
    • The Proportions of Ingredients
    • A Single Room As an Example
    • Fumigating a Large House
    • Precautions
    • LESIONS PRODUCED BY THE BITE OF THE BLACK-FLY
    • Resume and Discussion of Experimental Findings
    • Summary
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • INDEX
      • TRANSCRIBERS' NOTES
    • TRANSCRIBERS' NOTES
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