Earliest record of the Spinose Ear Tick, Otobius Megnini (Duges) (Ixodida: Argasidae), from the Paisley Caves Site (Oregon, USA), with Implications for Prehistoric Human Ectoparasitism
Support for the Paisley Caves Project was provided by NSF Grant #0924606; Danish National Research Foundation; the Centre for GeoGenetics; Natural History Museum of Denmark; University of Copenhagen, Denmark (Eske Willerslev, Director), the Bureau of Land Management and Bill Cannon, the Lakeview District archaeologist; UO Archaeological Field School; UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History; OSU Keystone Archaeological Research Fund; Bernice Peltier Huber Charitable Trust; University of Nevada – Reno Great Basin Paleoindian Research Unit; Association of Oregon Archaeologists; Don Dana; Arthur Hurley; Steve Kohntopp; Robert Engle; Origer Associates, Inc.; and other private contributors.
Journal of Archaeological Science
Title: Earliest record of the spinose ear tick, Otobius megnini (Duges) (Ixodida: Argasidae), from the Paisley Caves site (Oregon, USA), with implications for prehistoric human ectoparasitism
Author(s): Adams, Martin E.; Jenkins, Dennis L.
Source: JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 116: APR 2020
Document Type: Article
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Adams, M. E., & Jenkins, D. L. (2020). Earliest record of the spinose ear tick, Otobius megnini (DugÃ¨s)(Ixodida: Argasidae), from the Paisley Caves site (Oregon, USA), with implications for prehistoric human ectoparasitism. Journal of Archaeological Science, 116, 105114.