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Zander, C.D. 2003 Four-year monitoring of parasite communities in gobiid fishes of the south-western Baltic. I. Guild and component community. Parasitology Research
Volume: 90(6):502-511.
 
Stock, J.H. 1979 Fr. Kiefer & G. Fryer, Das Zooplankton der Binnengewässer, vol 2. (Freilebende Copepoda by Kiefer, Free-living stages of freshwater parasitic Copepoda by Fryer). (Review). Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 36(2):205. (1-vi-1979)
 
Thaler, K. 2002 Fragmenta Faunistica Tirolensia - XIV (Arachnida: Araneae, Opiliones; Crustacea; Insecta: Psocoptera, Diptera: Anisopodidae, Limoniidae). Veroeffentlichungen des Tiroler Landesmuseums Ferdinandeum
Volume: 82(1): 39-56 (German)
 
Baldi, E., A. Buzzati, L.L. Cavalli & L. Pirocchi 1945 Frammentamento di una popolazione specifica (Mixodiaptomus laciniatus Lill.) in un grande lago in sottopopolazioni geneticamente differenziate. Contributo alla genetica di popolazioni in idrobiologia. Memorie Ist. ital. Idrobiol.
Volume: 2:167-216, figs. 1-27, tabs. 1-5.
 
Juberthie, C. & R. Ginet 1994 France. In: Juberthie, C. & V. Decu (eds.). Encyclopaedia Biospeologica. Tôme 1. Société de Biospéléologie, Moulis & Bucharest. 834pp.
Volume: I:665-692.
 
Damkaer, D.M. 1993 Franz Otto Schmeil (3 February 1860-3 February 1943). Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 13(4):825-826, portrait.
 
Kirkegaard, B., G. Hopner Petersen & K.W. Petersen 1972 Frederikshavns marine fauna. Artslister og lokalitetsbeskrivelser. Univ. Havbiol. Lab.
Volume: 1-39, figs. 1-59. ( Dan. bogmarked, 118 (28-29), 944).
 
Helland, S., B. F. Terjesen & L. Berg 2003 Free amino acid and protein content in the planktonic copepod Temora longicornis compared to Artemia franciscana. Aquaculture
Volume: 215:213-228.
 
Helland, S. 2003 Free amino acid and protein dynamics in Artemia spp., Temora longicornis and Calanus finmarchicus. Dr. Scient. Thesis, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
Volume: 144 pp.
 
Poulet, S.A., R.P. Harris, V. Martin-Jezequel, J. Moal & J.-F. Samain 1986 Free amino acids in copepod faecal pellets. Oceanologica Acta
Volume: 9(2):191-197, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-5. (French summary). (also in:Trav. Stn biol. Roscoff, n. ser. 32:427-433, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-5).
 
Baars, M.A. & S.S. Oosterhuis 2007 Free chitobiase, a marker enzyme for the growth of crustaceans. NIOZ Annual Report 2006, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Texel.
Volume: Pp. 62-64.
 
Hudson, P.L. & L.T. Lesko 2003 Free-living and parasitic copepods of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Keus and details on individual species. Great Lakes Science Center, Ann Arbor Michigan, Home Page
Volume: www.glsc.usgs.gov/greatlakescopepods/
 
Cordell, J.R. 2007 Free-Living Copepoda (Orders Calanoida, Cyclopoida, and Harpacticoida). In: Carlon, J.T. (Ed.). The Light and Smith manual: intertidal invertebrates from central California to Oregon. Fourth edition, completely revised and expanded. University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London. 2007, 1001 pp.
Volume: Chapter pagination: 446-464.
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Monchenko, V.I. 1989 Free-living Copepoda Cyclopoida of the Ponto-Caspian basin (Fauna, ecology, zoogeographical and morpho-evolutional analysis, phylogeny and systematics. Svobodnozhyvuschie Copepoda Cyclopoida Ponto-Caspiiskogo basseina (fauna, ekologia, zoogeographicheski i morpho-evolutsionnyi analis, philogenija, sistematica). D.Sc. Thesis, Kiev
Volume: 49pp. (Summary)
Wilson: paper
Heinle, D.R. 1972 Free-living Copepoda of Chesapeake Bay. In: McErlean, A.J. (ed.). Biota of Chesapeake Bay. Chesapeake Science
Volume: 13, suppl.:S117-S119. (xii-1972)
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Wilson, M.S. & H.C. Yeatman 1959 Free-Living Copepoda. Harpacticoida. In: Edmondson, W.T. (ed.). H.B. Ward & G.C. Whipple's Fresh-water Biology, 2nd Edition. Wiley, New York. 1,248pp. [BOUND AND ENTERED AS ENTIRE CHAPTER]
Volume: :815-861, figs. 29:150-223.
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Wilson, M.S. & H.C. Yeatman 1959 Free-living Copepoda. [Introduction (pp. 735-738) and Harpacticoida (pp. 815-861) authored by MSW & HCY; Calanoida (pp. 738-794) by MSW; Cyclopoida (pp. 795-815) by HCY.] In: Edmondson, W.T. (ed.). H.B. Ward & G.C. Whipple's Freshwater Biology, 2nd. ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. 1,248pp.
Volume: :735-868.
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Wilson, M.S. 1959 Free-living Copepoda. Calanoida. In: Edmondson, W.T. (ed.). H.B. Ward & G.C. Whipple's Freshwater Biology, 2nd. ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. 1,248pp. [BOUND AND ENTERED AS WILSON & YEATMAN]
Volume: :738-794.
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Yeatman, H.C. 1959 Free-living Copepoda. Cyclopoida. In: Edmondson, W.T. (ed.). H.B. Ward & G.C. Whipple's Fresh-water Biology, Second Edition. Wiley, New York. 1,248pp. [BOUND & ENTERED AS WILSON & YEATMAN, 1959]
Volume: :795-815, figs. 97-149.
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Hafizuddin, A.K.M. & T. Islam 1991 Freeliving copepods of a pond and hilly stram of Chittagong with new records of four species from Bangladesh. Chittagong University Studies, Part II
Volume: 15(2):29-39.
 
Madhupratap, M. 1999 Free-living copepods of the Arabian Sea: Distributions and research perspectives. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, Special Issue
Volume: 28(2):146-149. (vi.1999)
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Hafizuddin, A.K.M. & N.A. Chowdhury 1996 Freeliving copepods of the Kaptai Lake with new record of the genus Pseudodiaptomus from Bangladesh. Chittagong University Studies, Part II, Science
Volume: 20(1):1-12.
 
Monchenko, V.I. 2003 Free-living cyclopiform copepods of the Ponto-Caspian Basin. Svobodnozhivushie ciklopobraznye kopepody Ponto-Kaspiiskogo basseina. Natsionalhaya Akademiya Ukrainy, Institut Zoologi, Naukova Dumka, Kiev
Volume: :1-350.
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Fryer, G. 1957 Freeliving freshwater Crustacea from Lake Nyasa and adjoining waters. Part I. Copepoda. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 53:62-86, figs. 1-44. (iii-1957)
 
Fryer, G. 1957 Freeliving freshwater Crustacea from Lake Nyasa and adjoining waters. Part III. General remarks with notes on certain Malacostraca and Ostracoda. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 53:527-536. (xi-1957)
 
Coull, B.C. 1978 Free-living invertebrates. Subphylum Mandibulata. Class Crustacea, Subclass Copepoda. In: Zingmark, R.G. (ed.). An Annotated Checklist of the Biota of the Coastal Zone of South Carolina. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia. 364pp.
Volume: :154-157.
 
Wieser, W. 1959 Free-living nematodes and other small invertebrates of Puget Sound beaches. University of Washington Publications in Biology (University of Washington Press, Seattle)
Volume: 19:1-179, figs. 1-109, pls. 1-46.
 
Armonies, W. 1986 Free-living plathelminthes in sheep-grazed and ungrazed supralittoral salt marshes of the North Sea: abundance, biomass, and their significance in food chains. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research
Volume: 20(4):385-395.
 
Fryer, G. 1978 Free-living stages of freshwater parasitic Copepoda. Das Zooplankton der Binnengewässer. 2. Binnengewässer
Volume: 26(2):344-367.
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Izawa, K. 2009 Free-living stages of the parasitic copepod, Kroyeria elongata Pillai, 1967 (Siphonostomatoida, Kroyeriidae) reared from eggs. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 82(4):439-447.
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Saiz, E. & M. Alcaraz 1992 Free-swimming behaviour of Acartia clausi (Copepoda): Calanoida) under turbulent water movement. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 80(2-3):229-236.
 
Faber, D.J. 1966 Free-swimming copepod nauplii of Narragansett Bay with a key to their identification. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 23(2):189-205, figs. 1-36, tab. 1. (ii-1966)
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Thompson, I.C. 1896 Free-swimming Copepoda from the west coast of Ireland. Proceedings and Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society
Volume: 10:92-102.
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Sato, C. 1913 Free-swimming Copepoda.(1). Fuyusei-Tokyakurui.(1) Hokkaido Fisheries Research Laboratory, Investigation Reports
Volume: 1:1-82, pls. 8. (In Japanese.)
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Weckel, A.L. 1914 Free-swimming fresh-water Entomostraca of North America. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 33:165-203, figs. 1-14. (vii-1914)
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Kulp, R.L. & F.W. Rabe 1984 Free-swimming invertebrate communities of vernal pools in eastern Washington. Northwest Science
Volume: 58(1):177-186.
 
Ohman, M.D. 1996 Freezing and storage of copepod samples for the analysis of lipids. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 130(1-3):295-298.
 
Kiefer, F. 1933 Freilebende Binnengewässercopepoden. Diaptomiden und Cyclopiden. In: Voyage de Ch. Alluaud et P.A. Chappuis en Afrique occidentale française (dec. 1930 - mars 1931). Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 26:121-142, figs. 1-57.
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Kiefer, F. 1942 Freilebende Copepoda (Crust.). In: Titschack, E. (ed.). Beiträge zur Fauna Perus
Volume: 2(1):213-215.
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Kiefer, F. 1978 Freilebende Copepoda. In: Kiefer, F. & G. Fryer (eds.) Das Zooplankton der Binnengewässer, Binnengewässer 2. Teil.
Volume: 26(2):1-380, figs. 1-22, pls. 1-96, tabs. 1-12, Beilage.
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Samohrd, F. 1883 Freilebende Copepoden in der Umgebung von Taus (Cechisch) Progr. Unter. Realschule Taus.
Volume: 1883:8-19, 1pl.
 
Kiefer, F. 1937 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) aus Angola. I. Diaptomiden und Cyclopiden. In: Contribution à l'étude du plancton d'eau douce d'Angola. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 32:470-485, figs. 1-56. (10.xii.1937)
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Kiefer, F. 1957 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) aus einigen ostanatolischen Seen. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 159(1-2):25-33, figs. 1-20. (vii-1957).
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Kiefer, F. 1939 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) aus Nordwest und Südindien (Pandschab, Kaschmir, Ladak, Nilgirigebirge). Scientific Results of the Yale North India Expedition, Biological report no. 19. Memoirs of the Indian Museum, Calcutta
Volume: 13(2):83-203, figs. 1-23, tabs., map. (12-xii-1939)
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Kiefer, F. 1956 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) I. Calanoida und Cyclopoida. In: Gessner, F. & V. Vareschi (eds.). Ergebnisse der Deutschen Limnologischen Venezuela-Expedition, 1952
Volume: 1:233-268, figs. 1-100, tab. 1.
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Kiefer, F. 1938 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) von Formosa. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan
Volume: 8:35-73, figs. 1-50. (25-iii-1938)
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Chappuis, P.A. 1956 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda). II. Harpacticoïda. In: Gessner, F. & V. Vareschi (eds.). Ergebnisse der Deutschen Limnologischen Venezuela-Expedition, 1952
Volume: 1:269-276.
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Kiefer, F. 1953 Freilebende Ruderfusskrebse aus Schwedisch Lappland. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 48(2):173-177, 1 Beilage. (ix-1953)
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Chappuis, P.A. 1927 Freilebende Süsswasser-Copepoden aus Nordamerika. 2. Harpacticiden. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 74(11-12):302-313, figs. 1-20. (5-xii-1927)
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Kiefer, F. 1927 Freilebende Süsswasser-Copepoden aus Nordamerika. I. Cyclopiden. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 72(9-10):262-268, figs. 1-14. (20-vii-1927)
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Kiefer, F. 1938 Freilebende Süsswassercopepoden von den Nordkurilen. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan
Volume: 8:75-94, figs. 1-50. (iv-1938)
Wilson: paper
Kiefer, F. 1944 Freilebenden Ruderfüsskrebse (Crust. Cop.) von einigen Inseln des Indischen Ozeans. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 145(1-4):79-88, figs. 1-24. (x-1944)
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Kiefer, F. 1954 Freilebenden Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) aus Binnengewässern Marokkos. Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles et Physiques du Maroc
Volume: 34:317-336, figs. 1-44.
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Kiefer, F. 1955 Freilebenden Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) aus Türkischen Binnengewässern. II. Cyclopoida und Harpacticoida. Istanbul Universitesi Fen Fakultesi Hidrobiologi
Volume: (B)2(4):108-132, figs. 1-63. (i-1955)
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Kiefer, F. 1936 Freilebenden Süss- und Salzwassercopepoden von der Insel Haiti. Mit einer Revision der Gattung Halicyclops Norman. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 30(2):263-317, figs. 1-129, tabs., map.
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Björnberg, T.K.S. 1959 Frequência de espécies de Copepoda ao largo do litoral sul do Brasil. Ciência e Cultura, Sao Paulo
Volume: 11(3):144-145. (ix-1959)
 
Ali-Khan, S. & J. Ali-Khan 2004 Frequencies of occurrences and abundance of both the sexes of Temora discaudata and their developmental stages based on seven international cruises undertaken in the Indian ocean Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Volume: 36(1): 31-37.
 
Iida, K., T. Mukai & H. Mori 1999 Frequency characteristics of acoustic volume backscattering strength of sound scattering layer and estimation of target strengths of constituent organisms. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi
Volume: 65(1):66-72. (1.1999; English; Japanese summary.)
 
Cassie, R. Morrison 1962 Frequency distribution models in the ecology of plankton and other organisms. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 31:65-92, figs. 1-7.
 
Balling, T.E. & W. Pfeiffer 1997 Frequency distribution of fish parasites in the perch Perca fluviatilis L. from Lake Constance. Parasitology Research
Volume: 83(4):370-373.
 
Prioleau, A.W. 2004 Frequency of Vibrio sp. in planktonic size fractions in estuarine water samples of the ports of Baltimore, Maryland and Norfolk, Virginia. M.S. Thesis, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.
Volume: 41 pp.
 
Ministry of Agriculture Food and Fisheries 2003 Frequently Asked Questions About Sea Lice. British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
No Volume Data Available
 
Rosecchi, E., P.Y. Noel & A.J. Crivelli 1998 Fresh and brackish water decapod Crustacea of the Camargue Rhone delta, France. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 71(3):280-298.
 
Tanner, V.M. 1930 Fresh water biological studies at Utah Lake, Utah. Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences
Volume: 7:60-61.
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Tanner, V.M. 1931 Fresh water biological studies at Utah Lake. No. 2. Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences
Volume: 8:199-203.
 
Smith, M.W. 1935 Fresh water Cladocera and Copepoda from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science
Volume: 19:11-16, tab. 1. (31-xii-1935)
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Patil, C.S. & B.Y.M. Gouder 1989 Fresh water invertebrates of Dharwad. Prasaranga, Karnatak University, Dharwad
Volume: 144pp.
 
Kumar, S.P., P.M. Kumar & S.A. Kumar 1999 Fresh water plankton of railway pond, Sasaram (Bihar). Environment and Ecology, Kalyani
Volume: 17(4):853-857.
 
Ahsan, M., C.M. Habibullah & S.S. Qadri 1986 Fresh water zooplanktonic-fauna of Mir Alam Lake, Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh, and their estimation, qualitatively and quantitatively with reference to the seasons. Jouornal of Science Research, Bhopal
Volume: 8(2-3):63-66.
 
Kikuchi, K. 1936 Fresh-water and brackish-water calanoid copepods of Japan with notes on their geographical distribution. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan
Volume: 6:275-284, pl. 16. (xi-1936)
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Ferrari, I., M.G. Mazzocchi & P. Torricelli 1981 Freshwater and marine zooplankton in a lagoon of the Po River delta (Sacca del Canarin). Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 27(4): 171-172. (15-v-1981).
 
Tonapi, G.T. 1980 Freshwater Animals of India. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi.
No Volume Data Available
 
Gorbunov, G.(P.) 1928 Freshwater basins of Novaya Zemlya according to works 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926. In: Proceedings of the III Pan-Russian Congress of Zoology, Anatomy and Histology, Leningrad
Volume: :361-362.
 
Lobban, C.S. & M. Schefter 2008 Freshwater biodiversity of Guam. 1. Introduction, with new records of ciliates and a heliozoan. Micronesica
Volume: 40(1-2):273-293.
 
Dartnall, H.J.G. 1980 Freshwater biology at Rothera Point, Adelaide Island: 1. General description of the pools and the fauna. Bulletin of the British Antarctic Survey
Volume: 50:51-54. (x-1980)
 
Uéno, M., ed. 1973 Freshwater Biology of Japan. Hokuryukan. (Japanese).
No Volume Data Available
 
Honma, Y., N. Abe, N. Hokari, A. Itoh, S. Itoh, A. Chiba, T. Matsuki, S. Matsumoto, T. Oka, N. Inouye & S. Togashi 1988 Freshwater biota of Niigata Prefecture on the Japan Sea coast. Special Publication of the Sado Marine Biological Station, Niigata University
Volume: Series 4:1-101.
 
Bowman, T.E. 1986 Freshwater calanoid copepods of the West Indies. In: Schriever, G., H.K. Schminke & C.Tp. Shih (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August, 1984. Syllogeus
Volume: 58:237-246, figs. 1-5.
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Bowman, T.E. 1984 Freshwater calanoid copepods of the West Indies. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August 1984. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :29. (Abstract.)
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Lai, H.C. 1984 Freshwater Calanoida of Indonesia. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August 1984. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :52. (Abstract.)
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Lai, H.C. 1986 Freshwater Calanoida of Indonesia. In: Schriever, G., H.K. Schminke & C.-t. Shih (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August, 1984. Syllogeus
Volume: 58:632. (Abstract).
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Kikuchi, K. 1928 Freshwater Calanoida of middle and south-western Japan. Memoirs of the College of Sciences, Kyoto Imperial University, Series B
Volume: 4(1, article 3):65-79, pls. 18-22.
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Anonymous 2006 Freshwater copepod may be several species, not just one. National Science Foundation, Press Release
Volume: http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=106806
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Suárez-Morales, E., M.A. Gutiérrez-Aguirre & E.J. Walsh 2010 Freshwater Copepoda (Crustacea) from the Chihuahuan Desert with domments on biogeography. The Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 55(4):525-531.
 
Lowndes, A.G. 1928 Freshwater Copepoda and hydrogen ion concentration. Annals and Magazine of Natural History
Volume: (10)1:457-460. (iv-1928)
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Sars, G.O. 1908 Fresh-water Copepoda from Victoria, southern Australia. Archiv för Matematik og Naturvidenskab, Christiana
Volume: 29(7):3-24, pls. 1-4.
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Kikuchi, K. 1940 Freshwater Copepoda of Manchoukuo. Report of the Limnological Survey of Kwantung Province, Manchoukuo (Manchuria). Kyoto
Volume: :281-300.
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Shen, C.J., ed., and Research Group of Carcinology, Institute of Zoology 1979 Freshwater Copepoda. Fauna Sinica, Crustacea
Volume: 1-450, figs. 1-255. (Chinese).
 
Ishida, T. & A. Ohtaka 2005 Freshwater copepods (Crustacea) in Aomori, Iwate, and Akita Prefectures. Rikusui Seibutsugakuho / Biology of Inland Waters, Nara Scientific Research Society of Inland Water Biology
Volume: 20:1-4. [In Japanese with English abstract.]
 
Brandl, Z. 2005 Freshwater copepods and rotifers: predators and their prey. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 546(1):475-489.
 
Ishida, T. 1998 Freshwater copepods from the east coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. In: Dahms, H.U., T. Glatzel, H.J. Hirche, S. Schiel & H.K. Schminke, (eds.). Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Copepoda, Journal of Marine Systems, Spec. Vol.
Volume: 15(1-4):391-396.
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Patil, C.S. & B.Y.M. Gouder 1983 Freshwater Copepods of Darwad (Karnataka State, India). J. Karnatak University of Science
Volume: 28: 130-141, figs.
 
Rocha, C.E.F. 1986 Freshwater copepods of the genus Oithona Baird, 1843 from the Amazonian region (Brazil). Revue d'Hydrobiologie Tropicale
Volume: 18(3):213-220, figs. 1-37. (iii.1986, Spanish and French summaries).
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Clarke, N.V. & N.A. Rayner 1999 Freshwater Crustacea (Ostracoda, Copepoda, Branchiopoda, Cladocera) of the Cuvelai wetlands in northern Namibia. Cimbebasia
Volume: 15:117-126. (v.1999)
 
Kendall, W.C. 1921 Fresh-water Crustacea as food for young fishes. Report of the United States Commissioner of Fisheries for 1922, Bureau of Fisheries
Volume: 914:3-32.
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Gurney, R. 1921 Fresh-water Crustacea collected by Dr. P.A. Buxton in Mesopotamia and Persia. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society
Volume: 27(4):85-93, figs. 1-2, pls. 1-2. (31-vii-1921)
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Cushman, J.A. 1908 Fresh-water Crustacea from Labrador and Newfoundland. Proceedings of the United States National Museum
Volume: 33(1589):705-713, pls.58-62.
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Halvorsen, G. & N. Gullestad 1976 Freshwater Crustacea in some areas of Svalbard. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 78(3):383-395, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-3. (ix-1976)
 
Arshad, M., S. Nawaz & N. Sultana 1982 Freshwater Crustacea of N.W.F.P. (Pakistan). 2. Copepoda and Ostracoda. Journal of Science and Technology University of Peshawar
Volume: 6(1-2):132-136.
 
Peckarsky, B.L., P.R. Fraissinet, M.A. Penton & D.J. Conklin, Jr. 1990 Freshwater Crustacea. In: Peckarsky, B.L., P.R. Fraissenet, M.A. Penton & D.J. Conklin, Jr. (eds.). Freshwater macroinvertebrates of northeastern North America. Cornell University Press, Ithaca & London. 442pp.
Volume: :268-289.
 
Poulsen, E.M. 1929 Freshwater Crustacea. The Zoology of the Faroes
Volume: 31:1-21, figs. 1-6.
 
Poulsen, E.M. 1939 Freshwater Crustacea. The Zoology of Iceland
Volume: 3(35):1-50, figs. 1-12, tabs. 1-2. (1-iii-1939)
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Williams, W.D. 1974 Freshwater Crustacea. In: Williams, W.D. (ed.). Biogeography and ecology in Tasmania. Monographiae Biiologicae
Volume: 25:63-112, figs. 1-7.
 
Mirabdullayev, I.M., K. Van Damme & H.J. Dumont 2002 Freshwater cyclopoids (Crustacea: Copepoda) from the Socotra Archipelago, Yemen, with description of a new species of Bryocyclops. Fauna of Arabia
Volume: 19: 261-271.
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Tang, D. & B. Knott 2009 Freshwater cyclopoids and harpacticoids (Crustacea: Copepoda) from the Gnangara Mound region of Western Australia. Zootaxa
Volume: 2029:1-70.
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Macan, T.T. 1963 Freshwater Ecology. London
Volume: 338pp., figs. 1-65, tabs. 1-39.
 
De los Ríos-Escalante, P. 2010 Freshwater ecosystems in oceanic islands of Chile: Conservation of endemic microfauna and the role of exotic species in the biological control of tropical diseases. Ecosistemas acuáticos de islas oceánicas de Chile: Conservación de microfauna endémica y el rol de especies exóticas en el control biológico de enfermedades tropicales. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural
Volume: 83:459-460. [In English.]
 
De los Rios-Escalante, P.R. 2010 Freshwater ecosystems in oceanic islands of Chile: Conservation of endemicmicrofauna and the role of exotic species in the biological control of tropical diseases. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural
Volume: 83(3):459-460.
 
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