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Journal articles and book chapters / Cikkek és könyvfejezetek

 

 Rózsa L, Vas Z 2015. Co-extinct and critically co-endangered species of parasitic lice, and conservation-induced extinction: should lice be reintroduced to their hosts? Oryx 49(1): 107110.

 Rózsa L, Tryjanowski P, Vas Z 2015. Under the changing climate: how shifting geographic distributions and sexual selection shape parasite diversification. In: Morand S, Krasnov B, Littlewood T (eds.) Parasite diversity and diversification: evolutionary ecology meets phylogenetics. pp 58-76. Cambridge University Press.

Rózsa L, Vas Z 2015. Host correlates of diversification in avian lice. In: Morand S, Krasnov B, Littlewood T (eds.) Parasite diversity and diversification: evolutionary ecology meets phylogenetics. pp 215-229. Cambridge University Press.

  Vas Z, Fuisz TI, Fehérvári P, Reiczigel J, Rózsa L 2013. Avian brood parasitism and ectoparasite richness – scale dependent diversity interactions in a three-level host-parasite system. Evolution 67: 959–968.

  Vas Z, Csorba G, Rózsa L 2012. Evolutionary co-variation of host and parasite diversity – the first test of Eichler’s rule using parasitic lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera). Parasitology Research 111: 393–401.

Rózsa L, Apari P 2012. Why infest the loved ones – inherent human behaviour indicates former mutualism with head lice. Parasitology 139: 696–700.

Vas Z, Rékási J, Rózsa L 2012. A checklist of lice of Hungary (Insecta: Phthiraptera). Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 104: 5–109.

Vas Z, Privigyei Cs, Prohászka VI, Csörgő T, Rózsa L 2012. New species and host association records for the Hungarian avian louse fauna (Insecta: Phthiraptera). Ornis Hungarica 20: 44–49.

  Vas Z, Lefebvre L, Johnson K, Rózsa L 2011. Clever birds are lousy: co-variation between avian innovation and the taxonomic richness of their Amblyceran lice. International Journal for Parasitology 41: 1295–1300.

Møller AP, Erritzøe J, Rózsa L 2010. Ectoparasites, uropygial glands and hatching success in birds. Oecologia 163: 303–311.

 Tryjanowski P, Adamski Z, Dylewska M, Bulkai L, Rózsa L 2009. Demographic correlates of sexual size dimorphism and male genital size in the lice Philopterus coarctatus. Journal of Parasitology 95: 1120–1124.

 Vas Z, Csörgő T, Møller AP, Rózsa L 2008. The feather holes on the Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica and other small Passerines are probably caused by Brueelia spp. lice. Journal of Parasitology 94: 1438–1440.

 Felső B, Rózsa L 2007. Diving behavior reduces genera richness of lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera) of mammals. Acta Parasitologica 52: 82–85.

 Felső B, Rózsa L 2006. Reduced taxonomic richness of lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera) in diving birds. Journal of Parasitology 92: 867–869.

 Møller AP, Rózsa L 2005. Parasite biodiversity and host defenses: Chewing lice and immune response of their avian hosts. Oecologia142: 169–176.

 Reiczigel J, Lang Z, Rózsa L, Tóthmérész B 2005. Properties of crowding indices and statistical tools to analyze crowding data. Journal of Parasitology 91: 245–252.

 Rózsa L 2003. A madarak tetvei (Phthiraptera). Állattani Közlemények 88: 3–29.

 Rózsa L 1997. Adaptive sex-ratio manipulation in Pediculus humanus capitis: possible interpretation of Buxton’s data. Journal of Parasitology 83: 543–544.

 Rózsa L 1997. Patterns in the abundance of avian lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera). Journal of Avian Biology 28: 249–254.

 Rékási J, Rózsa L, Kiss JB 1997. Patterns in the distribution of avian lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera). Journal of Avian Biology 28: 150–156.

 Rózsa L, Rékási J, Reiczigel J 1996. Relationship of host coloniality to the population ecology of avian lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera). Journal of Animal Ecology 65: 242–248.

 Rózsa L 1993. Speciation patterns of ectoparasites and "straggling" lice. International Journal for Parasitology 23: 859–864.

 Rózsa L 1993. An experimental test of the site-specificity of preening to control lice in feral pigeons. Journal of Parasitology 79: 968–970.

 Rózsa L 1991. Flamingo lice contravene Fahrenholz. International Journal for Parasitology 21: 151–152.

 Rózsa L 1990. The ectoparasite fauna of feral pigeon populations in Hungary. Parasitologia Hungarica 23: 115–119.

 

Miscellany / Tudományos élet, oktatás, ismeretterjesztés stb.

 Rózsa L 2014. Hogyan lett az emberi faj ennyire tetves? Küzdelem és együttműködés a vérszívóinkkal. Élet és Tudomány 69(18): 550–552.

 Rózsa L 2011. A repülő hüllők külső élősködői – vagy mégsem? Szárnyakon élők. Élet és Tudomány 2011(2): 45–47.

 Rékási J, Kiss JB, Rózsa L, Reiczigel J 1998. Tolltetvek (Mallophaga) ökológiai vizsgálata, különös tekintettel a gazda telepes életmódjának hatására. Ornis Hungarica 8 Suppl. 1: 205–209.

 

 

 

A waterfowl louse, Trinoton anserinum

 

 

Columbicola columbae

the wing lice of domestic, feral, and rock pigeons.

Two males attempt to get under the female, i.e. to get into copulation positinion, but they fail.