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Roubal, F.R. 1994 Histopathology caused by Caligus epidemicus Hewitt (Copepoda: Caligidae) on captive Acanthopagrus australis (Gunther) (Pisces: Sparidae). Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 17(6):631-640.
 
Vinobaba, P. 2007 Histopathology of Ambasis gymnocephalus (Lacepede, 1802) (glass tetra) from Batticaloa lagoon, infected with Ergasilus sp (Copepoda). Annual Research Session, Eastern University
Volume: 5:255-260.
 
Koponen, K., M.S. Myers, O. Ritola, S.E. Huuskonen & P. Lindstrom-Seppa 2001 Histopathology of feral fish from a PCB-contaminated freshwater lake. Ambio
Volume: 30(3):122-126.
 
Feist, S.W. & M. Longshaw 2008 Histopathology of fish parasite infections - importance for populations. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 73(9):2143-2160.
 
Donoghue, S. 1989 Histopathology of ten-spined stickleback, Pungitius pungitius L., infected by the parasitic copepod Thersitina gasterostei (Pagenstecher) with observations on the contents of the Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists
Volume: 9(1):19-21.
 
Radhakrishnan, S. & N.B. Nair 1981 Histopathology of the infection of Trichiurus savala Cuvier by Caligus uruguayensis Thomsen (Copepoda: Caligidae). Fisch Umwelt
Volume: 10:147-152.
 
Zhad'ko, E.A. & V.N. Kazachenko 1997 Histopatologishcekie izmeneniya zhabernogo apparata serebryalnogo karasya pod vliyainem paraziticheskoi kopepody sicergazilyos. Perviy Kongress Ikhtiologov Rossii. Tezisy Dokladov (Astrakhan', Centyabr' 1997). M.: Izdatel'stvo VINRO, 1997.
Volume: :377. (abstract)
 
Moreira, C. 1913 Historia Natural, Zoologia, Crustaceos, Copepoda Branchiura, Argulus salmini. Commissao de Linhas Telegraphicas Estrategicas de Matto-Grosso ao Amazonas
Volume: 5:7-21, 7 pls.
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Shelden, K.E.W., S.E. Moore, J.M. Waite, P.R. Wade & D.J. Rugh 2005 Historic and current habitat use by North Pacific right whales Eubalaena japonica in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska. Mammal Review
Volume: 35(2): 129-155.
 
Miracle, M.R. 1978 Historical and ecological factors concurring in the distribution, biometry and fertility of planktonic crustaceans in Pyrenean lakes. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte LImnologie
Volume: 20(3):1657-1663.
 
Johannsson, O.E., D.M. Graham, D.W.E. Einhouse & E.L. Mills 1999 Historical and recent changes in the Lake Erie zooplankton community and their relationship to ecosystem function. In: Munawar, M., T. Edsall & I.F. Munawar (eds.). State of Lake Erie: Past, Present and Future. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden. 550pp.
Volume: :169-196.
 
Suárez-Morales, E., J.W. Reid, F. Fiers & T.M. Iliffe 2004 Historical biogeography and distribution of the freshwater cyclopine copepods (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Cyclopinae) of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Journal of Biogeography
Volume: 31(7):1051-1063.
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Ho, J.S. 1990 Historical biogeography of Sphyrion (Copepoda: Sphyriidae). In: Reimer, L.W. (ed.). Proceedings of the workshop on 'Sphyrion lumpi.' Lähnwitz, Germany, 3-5 October 1989
Volume: :4-22. (Bound in Reimer, 1990.)
Wilson: paper
Perbiche-Neves, G., D. Previattelli, M.R. Pie, A. Duran, E. Suarez-Morales, G.A. Boxshall, M.G. Nogueira & C.E.F. da Rocha 2014 Historical biogeography of the neotropical Diaptomidae (Crustacea: Copepoda). Frontiers In Zoology
Volume: 11: 10.1186/1742-9994-11-36 MAY 1 2014
 
Doubek, J.P. & J.T. Lehman 2011 Historical biomass of Limnocalanus in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research
Volume: 37(1):159-164.
 
Campbell, P.J., K.L. Hammell, I.R. Dohoo & G. Ritchie 2006 Historical control clinical trial to assess the effectiveness of teflubenzuron to treat sea lice on Atlantic salmon. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Volume: 70:109-114.
 
Vander Zanden, M.J., S. Chandra, B.C. Allen, J.E. Reuter & C.R. Goldman 2003 Historical food web structure and restoration of native aquatic communities in the Lake Tahoe (California-Nevada) basin. 2003. Ecosystems
Volume: 6(2): 274-288. DOI: 10.1007/s10021-002-0204-7. Published online: 3 April 2003.
 
Campaner, A.F. 1985 Historical introduction for morphological terminology. Monoculus Copepod Newsletter, Oldenburg
Volume: 10:15-23.
 
Wyn, B., J.N. Sweetman, P.R. Leavitt & D.B. Donald 2007 Historical metal concentrations in lacustrine food webs revealed using fossil ephippia from Daphnia. Ecological Applications
Volume: 17(3): 754-764.
 
Pennak, R.W. 1968 Historical orgins and ramifications of interstitial investigations. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 87(2):214-218, 1 fig.
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Suárez-Morales, E. 2007 Historical record and supplementary description of Cymbasoma bullatum (A. Scott) (Copepoda: Monstrilloida) from the 'Albatross' cruise in the Philippines. Zootaxa
Volume: 1662:25-33.
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Martin, J.W. & G.E. Davis 2006 Historical trends in crustacean systematics. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 79(11):1347-1368.
 
Arai, M. 2005 Histórico da palinoestratigrafia marinha no Brasil com ênfase em dinoflagelados cretaceous. Retrospective of Brazilian marine palynostratigraphy with emphasis on Cretaceous dinoflagellates. Arquivos do Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro
Volume: 63(3):371-384. [In Portuguese; abstract in English.]
 
Jones, D.S. & P.F. Hasson 1985 History and development of the marine invertebrate faunas separated by the Central American Isthmus. In: Great American Biota Interchange. New York, London
Volume: :325-355.
 
Carriker, M.R. 1996 History of a systematics odyssey: the marine flora and fauna of the Eastern United States. (MBL Systematics-Ecology Program, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution). Marine Fisheries Review
Volume: 58(3):1-23.
 
Grigorovich, I.A., T.W. Therriault & H.J. MacIsaac 2003 History of aquatic invertebrate invasions in the Caspian Sea. Biological Invasions
Volume: 5:103-115.
 
White, A. 1885 History of British Crustacea. London
No Volume Data Available
 
Ojaveer, H. & A. Andrushaitis 2004 History of ecosystem studies of the Gulf of Riga (Baltic Sea). Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, Biology and Ecology
Volume: 53(2):116-143.
 
Cox, F.E.G. 2002 History of human parasitology. Clinical Microbiology Reviews
Volume: 15(4):595-612.
 
Pavshtiks, E.A. & A.F. Timokhina 1972 History of investigation on plankton in the Norwegian Sea and the main results of Soviet investigations. In: Second International Congress on the History of Oceanography. Challenger Expedition Centenary. Edinburgh, September 12 to 20, 1972. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Section B, Biological Sciences
Volume: 73:267-278, figs.1-4.
 
Omura, H. 1986 History of right whale catches in the waters around Japan. Report of the International Whaling Commission
Volume: 10:35-41.
 
Thomson, G.M. & T. Anderton 1921 History of the Portobello marine fish-hatchery and biological station. Bulletin of the Board of Science and Art New Zealand
Volume: 2: 1-131, figs.
 
Garstang, W. 1897 Hjort's hydrographic-biological studies of the Norwegian fisheries: a review.  Journal Marine Biological Association U.K., n. s.,
Volume: 5(1):56-71.
 
Pirocchi, L. 1951 Hochendemische Copepoden- und Cladoceren-Lokalformen im Karst. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 45:245-253, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3.
 
Pesta, O. 1912 Hochgebirgsseen in Tirol und Ihre Fauna. I. Beitrag. Verh. Zool.-Bot. Ges. Wien
Volume: 62: 158-171. (30-Ix-1912).
 
Pesta, O. 1914 Hochgebirgsseen in Tirol und ihre Fauna. II. Beitrag. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien
Volume: 1914:210-217.
 
Pesta, O. 1915 Hochgebirgsseen in Tirol und ihre Fauna. III. Beitrag. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien
Volume: 1915:227-230.
 
Scheffelt, E. 1921 Hochwasserfolgen und Ernährung der Renken. Allgemeine Fischwirtschaftszeitung
Volume: 46(10):125-127. (15-v-1921)
 
Ruzicka, F. 1965 Höhlenfauna in der Grossstadt. Mikrokosmos
Volume: 54:176-178, figs. 1-4. (vi-1965)
 
Connell, A.M. 2009 Hoki (Macruronus novaezelandiae) diet variability and associated middle-depth demersal fish species depth distribution in the ecosystem on the Chatham Rise, New Zealand. M.Sc. Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.
Volume: 140 pp.
 
Hunt, O.D. 1971 Holkham Salts Hole, an isolated salt-water pond with relict features. An account based on studies by the late C.F.A. Pantin. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: 51:717-741, figs. 1-7, pls. 1-12, tabs. 1-4. (viii-1971)
 
Gibson, J.A.E. & R. Zale 2006 Holocene development of the fauna of Lake Boeckella, northern Antarctic Peninsula. The Holocene
Volume: 16(5):625-634.
 
Brenner, W.W. 2005 Holocene environmental history of the Gotland Basin (Baltic Sea) C a micropalaeontological model. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
Volume: 220(4):227-241.
 
Kholeif, S.E.A. 2010 Holocene paleoenvironmental change in inner continental shelf sediments, Southeastern Mediterranean, Egypt. Journal of African Earth Sciences
Volume: 57(1):143-153.
 
Borromei, A.M. & M. Quattrocchio 2007 Holocene sea-level change inferred from palynological data in the Beagle Channel, southern Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Cambios del nivel del mar holocenos inferidos a partir de datos palinológicos en el canal Beagle, sur de Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Ameghiniana
Volume: 44(1):161-171. [In English; abstract in Spanish.]
 
Tonolli, L. 1969 Holomixy and oligomixy in Lake Maggiore: Inference on the vertical distribution of zooplankton. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 17(1):231-236, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (ix-1969)
 
Kasyan, V.V. 2010 Holoplankton of ship ballast water in the Port of Vladivostok. Russian Journal of Marine Biology
Volume: 36(3):167-175. (C/c Biologiya Morya)
 
Shanks, A.L. & K. Walters 1997 Holoplankton, meroplankton, and meiofauna associated with marine snow. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 156:75-86.
 
Preston, N.D. & J.A. Rusak 2010 Homage to Hutchinson: does inter-annual climate variability affect zooplankton density and diversity? In: Naselli-Flores, L. & G. Rossetti (eds.) Fifty years after the “Homage to Santa Rosalia”: Old and new paradigms on biodiversity in aquatic ecosystems. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 653(1):165-177.
 
Guisande, C., I. Maneiro & I. Riveiro 1999 Homeostasis in the essential amino acid composition of the marine copepod Euterpina acutifrons. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 44(3):691-696. (v.1999)
 
Drouin, G. 1999 Homogenization of 5S ribosomal genes on the noncoding strand of the rDNA units of two crustacean species. Genome
Volume: 42(1):150-153. (ii.999)
 
Ferrari, F.D. 1999 Homologies of the distal ramal segment of copepod swimming legs as inferred from setal additions during development. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
Volume: :108. (Abstract; 25.vii.1999)
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Horne, D.J. 2005 Homology and homoeomorphy in ostracod limbs. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 538: 55-80.
 
Cheng, S.H., C.H. Lee, H.U. Dahms & J.S. Hwang 2008 Homosexual mating in the planktonic copepod Pseudodiaptomus annandalei (Copepoda: Calanoida). Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 28(3):581-583.
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Juberthie, C. & V. Decu 1994 Honduras. In: Juberthie, C. & V. Decu (eds.). Encyclopaedia Biospeologica. Tôme 1. Société de Biospéléologie, Moulis & Bucharest. 834pp.
Volume: I:443-445.
 
Zicsi, A., A. Hevesi & V. Decu 1994 Hongrie. In: Juberthie, C. & V. Decu (eds.). Encyclopaedia Biospeologica. Tôme 1. Société de Biospéléologie, Moulis & Bucharest. 834pp.
Volume: I:719-725.
 
Schram, T.A. 1998 Hooks, holdfasts of egg strings in parasitic copepods. In: Proceedings and Abstracts of the 4th International Crustacean Congress, Amsterdam, 20-24 July 1998
Volume: :190. [abstract]
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Thatcher, V.E. 1987 Hope for HYP. Monoculus Copepod Newsletter, Oldenburg
Volume: 15:20-23.
 
Flynn, K., R. Harris, I. Jenkinson & J. Lehman 2004 'Horizons.' Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 26(3):257. (Editorial.)
 
Guevara, G., P. Lozano, G. Reinoso & F. Villa 2009 Horizontal and seasonal patterns of tropical zooplankton from the eutrophic Prado Reservoir (Colombia). Limnologica - Ecology and Management of Inland Waters
Volume: 39(2):128-139.
 
Mackas, D.L. 1977 Horizontal and spatial variability and covariability of marine phytoplankton and zooplankton. Ph.D. Thesis, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Gaard, E., A. Gislason, T. Falkenhaug, H. Søiland, E. Musaeva, A. Vereshchaka & G. Vinogradov 2008 Horizontal and vertical copepod distribution and abundance on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in June 2004. In: Gordon, J.D.M., O.A. Bergstad & T. Falkenhaug (eds.). Mid-Atlantic Ridge Habitats and Biodiversity. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
Volume: 55(1-2):59-71.
 
Williams, W.D. 1971 Horizontal and vertical distribution and taxonomic composition of net zooplankton in a large lotic ecosystem, the Missouri River. M.A. Thesis, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota, U.S.A
Volume: :49 pp.
 
Woods, D.R. & J.H. Tietjen 1985 Horizontal and vertical distribution of meiofauna in the Venezuela Basin. Marine Geology
Volume: 68(1-4):233-241.
 
Bonecker, S.L.C.,  A.V. de Araujo, P.F. de Carvalho, C. de O. Dias, L.F.L. Fernandes, A.E. Migotto & O.M.P. de Oliveira 2014 Horizontal and vertical distribution of mesozooplankton species richness and composition down to 2,300 m in the southwest Atlantic Ocean. Zoologia (Curitiba)
Volume: 31(5): 445-462. 
 
Harris, R.P. 1972 Horizontal and vertical distribution of the interstitial harpacticoid copepods of a sandy beach. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: 52(2):375-387, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-3. (v-1972)
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Verheye, H.M. & L. Hutchings 1988 Horizontal and vertical distribution of zooplankton biomass in the southern Benguela, May 1983. South African Journal of Marine Science
Volume: 6:255-265.
 
Reiss, C.S., I.A. McLaren & P.A. Avendaño 2003 Horizontal and vertical distribution patterns, retention rates, and population dynamics of zooplankton on Western Bank, Scotian Shelf. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 60(10):1229-1244.
 
Sameoto, D.D. 1981 Horizontal and vertical distributions of zooplankton numbers and biomass off the coast of Peru. Boletín del Instituto del Mar del Perú, Callao, Vol. Extraordinario
Volume: ICANE:164-170.
 
Yamada, Y., T. Ueda, T. Koitabashi & E. Wada 1998 Horizontal and vertical isotopic model of Lake Biwa ecosystem. Japanese Journal of Limnology
Volume: 59(4):409-427.
 
Li, C.L., R. Wang & S. Sun 2003 Horizontal distribution and feeding activities of Calanus sinicus in the anchovy spawning ground in the southern Yellow Sea. Journal of Fisheries of China
Volume: 27(Suppl.):53-63. (Chinese, with English abstract)
 
Utne, K.R., G. Huse, G. Ottersen, J.C. Holst, V. Zabavnikov, J.A. Jacobsen, G.J. Oskarsson & L. Nottestad 2012 Horizontal distribution and overlap of planktivorous fish stocks in the Norwegian Sea during summers 1995-2006. Marine Biology Research
Volume: 8(5-6, Sp. Iss.):420-441.
 
Suzuki, K.W., K. Nakayama & M. Tanaka 2009 Horizontal distribution and population dynamics of the dominant mysid Hyperacanthomysis longirostris along a temperate macrotidal estuary (Chikugo River estuary, Japan). Estuarine Coastal & Shelf Science
Volume: 83(4):516-528.
 
Iguchi, N. & H. Kidokoro 2006 Horizontal distribution of Thetys vagina Tilesius (Tunicata, Thaliacea) in the Japan Sea during spring 2004 Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 28(6):537-541.
 
Matsuno, K., A. Yamaguchi, K. Shimada & I. Imai 2012 Horizontal distribution of calanoid copepods in the western Arctic Ocean during the summer of 2008. Polar Science
Volume: 6(1):105-119.
 
Gannon, J.E. 1975 Horizontal distribution of crustacean zooplankton along a cross-lake transect in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research
Volume: 1(1):79-91, figs. 1-8. (x-1975)
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Bolkova, O.S. 1986 Horizontal distribution of crustaceans in Lake Glubokoe. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 141(1-2):113-123.
 
Iwasaki, N. 1999 Horizontal distribution of meiobenthic copepods in the Pauatahanui Inlet, New Zealand. New Zealand Natural Sciences
Volume: 24:89-99.
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Hutchings, L. 1988 Horizontal distribution of mesozooplankton in the southern Benguela Current, 1969-1974. Investigational Reports of the Sea Fisheries Research Institute of South Africa
Volume: 131:1-70.
 
White, M.D. 1998 Horizontal distribution of pelagic zooplankton in relation to predation gradients. Ecography
Volume: 21(1):44-62.
 
Zurek, R. & H. Bucka 2004 Horizontal distribution of phytoplankton and zooplankton from the littoral towards open waters under wind stress. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies
Volume: 33(3): 69-81.
 
Ueda, H. 1990 Horizontal distribution of planktonic copepods in inlet waters. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Fourth International Conference on Copepoda, Karuizawa, Japan, 16-20 September 1990. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :19. (Abstract)
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Ueda, H. 1991 Horizontal distribution of planktonic copepods in inlet waters. In: Uye, S.I., S. Nishida & J.S. Ho (eds.). Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Copepoda. Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan, Special Volume:
Volume: special vol.:143-160.
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Williams, I.D., V.R. Gibson & W.K. Smith 1977 Horizontal Distribution of Pumped Zooplankton During a Controlled Ecosystem Pollution Experiment: Implications for Sampling Strategy in Large Volume Enclosed Water Columns. Marine Science Communications
Volume: 3(3):239-253.
 
Hart, R.C. 1978 Horizontal distribution of the copepod Pseudodiaptomus hessei in subtropical Lake Sibaya. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 8(5):415-421.
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Mori, S. 1942 Horizontal distribution of the plankton at the south part of Lake Biwa. Japanese Journal of Limnology
Volume: 12(3):94-100, figs. 1-2, tab. (xi-1942, Japanese)
 
Póltorak, T., R. Bartel & J.A. Szczerbowski 2001 Horizontal distribution of zooplankton in lakes Tharthar, Habbaniya and Razzazah. Archiwum Rybactwa Polskiego
Volume: 9(supplement 1):111-126.
 
Magnesen, Th. 1988 Horizontal distribution of zooplankton in Lindåspollene, western Norway, May, 1979. Sarsia
Volume: 73(3):193-204, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-3. (18.x.1988)
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Zurek, R. 1989 Horizontal distribution of zooplankton in the Roznow Reservoir (southern Poland). Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii
Volume: 36(2):195-206.
 
Viljanen, M. & J. Karjalainen 1993 Horizontal distribution of zooplankton in two large lakes in eastern Finland. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 25(1):548-551.
 
Fransz, H.G. & S.B. Tijssen 1983 Horizontal drift and local development of Calanus finmarchicus during spring in the Fladen Ground area of the northern North Sea. ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) Council Meeting
Volume: 1983L:13: 1-6, fig. 1. (Mimeographed.)
 
Iglesias, C., G. Goyenola, N. Mazzeo, M. Meerhoff, Elena Rodó & E. Jeppesen 2007 Horizontal dynamics of Zooplankton in subtropical Lake Bianca (Uruguay) hosting multiple Zooplankton predators and aquatic plant refuges. In: Gulati, R.D., E. Lammens, N. De Pauw & E. Van Donk (eds.). Shallow Lakes in a Changing World. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Shallow Lakes, held at Dalfsen, The Netherlands, 5-9 June 2005. Developments in Hydrobiology
Volume: 196(4):179-189.
 
Wojtal, A., P. Frankiewicz, K. Izydorczyk & M. Zalewski 2002 Horizontal migration of zooplankton in a littoral zone of the lowland Sulejow Reservoir (Central Poland). In: Padisák, J. (ed.). Shallow Lakes 2002. International Conference on Limnology of Shallow Lakes, Balatonfüred, Hungary, 25-30 May 2002. Veszprém University Press, Veszprém, Hungary. 309 pp.
Volume: P. 268. [Abstract.]
 
Wojtal, A., P. Frankiewicz, K. Izydorczyk & M. Zalewski 2003 Horizontal migration of zooplankton in a littoral zone of the lowland Sulejow Reservoir (Central Poland). Hydrobiologia
Volume: 506-509(1-3):339-346.
 
Lauridsen, T.L., E. Jeppesen, M. Sondergaard & D.M. Lodge 1998 Horizontal migration of zooplankton: predator-mediated use of macrophyte habitat. In: Jeppesen, E., Ma. Sondergaard, Mo. Sondergaard & K. Christoffersen (eds.). The Structuring Role of Submerged Macrophytes in Lakes. Springer-Verlag, New York.
Volume: Pp. 233-239.
 
Swadling, K.M., J.A.E. Gibson, D.A. Ritz & P.D. Nichols 1997 Horizontal patchiness in sympagic organisms of the Antarctic fast ice. Antarctic Science
Volume: 9(4):399-406.
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Swadling, K.M., J.A.E. Gibson, D.A. Ritz & P.D. Nichols 1997 Horizontal patchiness in sympagic organisms of the Antarctic fast ice. Antarctic Science
Volume: 9(4):399-406.
 
Malone, B.J. & D.J. McQueen 1983 Horizontal patchiness in zooplankton populations in two Ontario kettle lakes. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 99(2):101-124, figs. 1-15, tabs. 1-11. (11-iii-1983)
 
Becnel, J.J. 1992 Horizontal transmission and subsequent development of Amblyospora californica (Microsporida: Amblyosporidae) in the intermediate and definitive hosts. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Volume: 13(1):17-28.
 
Micieli, M.V., J.J. Garcia & J.J. Becnel 2000 Horizontal transmission of Amblyospora albifasciati Garcia and Becnel, 1994 (Microsporidia: Amblyosporidae), to a copepod intermediate host and the neotropical mosquito, Aedes albifasciatus (Macquart, 1837). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
Volume: 75(1):76-83. (i.2000)
 
Micieli, M.V., J.J. Garcia & J.J. Becnel 1998 Horizontal transmission of Amblyospora dolosi (Microsporidia: Amblyosporidae) to the copepod Metacyclops mendocinus (Wierzejski, 1892). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
Volume: 72(3):330-335. (xi.1998)
 
White, S.E., T. Fukuda & A.H. Undeen 1994 Horizontal transmission of Amblyospora opacita (Microspora: Amblyosporidae) between the mosquito, Culex territans, and the copepod, Paracyclops fimbriatus chiltoni. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
Volume: 63(1):19-25.
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Avery, S.W. & A.H. Undeen 1990 Horizontal transmission of Parathelohania anophelis to the copepod, Microcyclops varicans, and the mosquito, Anopheles quadrimaculatus. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
Volume: 56(1):98-105.
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Tatebe, H., I. Yasuda, H. Saito & Y. Shimizu 2010 Horizontal transport of the calanoid copepod Neocalanus in the North Pacific: The influences of the current system and the life history. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
Volume: 57(3):409-419.
 
Green, J. 1985 Horizontal variations in associations of zooplankton in Lake Kariba. Journal of Zoology, London
Volume: (A)206(2):225-239, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-8. (11-vi-1985)
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Grabbert, S. 1999 Horizontale und vertikale Verteilung der Copepoden im Nordost-Atlantik, bei der Porcupine Bank westlich von Irland. [Horizontal and vertical distribution of the copepods in the Northeast Atlantic, at the Porcupine Bank west of Ireland.] Diploma Thesis, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
Volume: [In German.]
 
Steuer, A. 1915 Horizontale und vertikale Verteilung der Copepoden nach den Ergebnissen der deutschen Tiefsee-Expedition. Internationale Revue der Gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie
Volume: 7: 205-213, figs. 1-5.
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Sampaio, L.A., R.B. Robaldo & A. Bianchini 2008 Hormone-induced ovulation, natural spawning and larviculture of Brazilian flounder Paralichthys orbignyanus (Valenciennes, 1839). Aquaculture Research
Volume: 39(7):712-717.
 
Garrido, S., A.G. Murta, A. Moreira, M.J. Ferreira & M.M. Angélico 2008 Horse mackerel (Trachurus trachurus) stomach fullness off Portugal: index calibration and spatio-temporal variations in feeding intensity. ICES Journal of Marine Science - Journal du Conseil
Volume: 65(9):1662-1669.
 
Poly, W.J. 1997 Host and locality records of the fish ectoparasite, Argulus (Branchiura), from Ohio (U.S.A.). Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 70(8):867-874.
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Anstensrud, M. & T.A. Schram 1987 Host and site selection by a parasitic copepod Lernaeenicus sprattae (Sowerby) (Copepoda, Pennellidae) in the Oslofjord. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :21. (Abstract.)
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Anstensrud, M. & T.A. Schram 1988 Host and site selection by larval stages and adults of the parasitic copepod Lernaeenicus sprattae (Sowerby) (Copepoda, Pennellidae) in the Oslofjord. In: Boxshall, G.A. & H.K. Schminke (eds.). Biology of Copepods. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Copepoda. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London. Dev. Hydrobiol.
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