This was an inventory that examined the host/parasite relationships, by a Black fly specialist, of various forms of parasites (mostly insect) affecting mostly biting flies in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Collectors List: CollectorList.pdf
Family Count Graph: FamilyCountAcGraph.pdf
Project Information: ProjectInfo.pdf
Species by Month: CountsPerSpeciesByMonth.pdf
Species Ranking: SpeciesDistributionRanking.pdf
Species Report: Taxonomy.pdf
Upper Taxa List: UpperTaxa.pdf
PI Name: Dr. Peter Adler
PI Organization: Clemson University
Co-PI Name: Dr. Will K. Reeves
Co-PI Organization: Dayton, OH
Taxonomist Name: Dr. Will K. Reeves
Taxonomist Organization: Dayton, OH
Reeves, W.K., Durden, L.A., Ritzi, C.M., Beckham, K.R., Super, P.E., OConnor, B.M. (2007) Ectoparasites and other ectosymbiotic arthropods of vertebrates in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA, Zootaxa 1392: 31–68, Magnolia Press.