(Reeves, Will K., Durden, Lance A., Ritzi, Christopher M., Beckham, Katy R., Super, Paul E & Oconnor, Barry M. 2007)
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- Rhizoglyphus Reeves, Will K., 2007, Zootaxa 1392: 46-46.
Ex Felis silvestris (domestic/feral cat): 1 DN, NC, Swain Co., 16 Aug. 2002, W. K. Reeves, L 3007. A deutonymph of an unidentified Rhizoglyphus sp. was found attached to the hair of a feral cat in the Park. Rhizoglyphus sp. are not typically considered ectoparasites and this association could be accidental. Fain & Beaucournu (1972) reported Rhizoglyphus as phoretic parasites of fleas from moles in Europe.
- Reeves, Will K.; Durden, Lance A.; Ritzi, Christopher M.; Beckham, Katy R.; Super, Paul E; Oconnor, Barry M.; 2007: Ectoparasites and other ectosymbiotic arthropods of vertebrates in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA, Zootaxa 1392: 46-46. doi