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Boxshall, G.A. & R. Huys 1998 The ontogeny and phylogeny of copepod antennules. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Volume: (B) 353:765-786. (29.v.1998)
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Schutze, M.L.M., C.E.F. Rocha & G.A. Boxshall 1999 The ontogeny of the antennules of Cyclopidae (Cyclopoida). In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
Volume: :216. (Abstract; 25.vii.1999)
Wilson: paper
Hilton, I.F. 1931 The oogenesis of Calanus finmarchicus. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, New Series
Volume: (294)74(2):193-222, pls. 9-10.
 
Hardy, A.C. 1970 The Open Sea. The World of Plankton. Collins, London
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Land, M.F. 1988 The optics of animal eyes. Contemporary Physics
Volume: 29(5):435-455, figs. 1-18.
 
Christen, M. & M. Milinski 2005 The optimal foraging strategy of its stickleback host constrains a parasite's complex life cycle. Behaviour
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Gurney, R. 1913 The origin and conditions of existence of the fauna of freshwater. Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society
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Cordell, J.R., C.D. Levings, R.P. Herwig, S. Ong, G.E. Piercey & J.C. Perrins 2003 The origin and consequences of zooplankton arriving in Vancouver, Canada, and Puget Sound, USA. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions, La Jolla, California, March 16-19, 2003
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Kabata, Z. & J.S. Ho 1981 The origin and dispersal of hake (genus Merluccius: Pisces: Teleostei) as indicated by its copepod parasites. Oceanography and Marine Biology
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Walks, D.J. 2003 The origin and dynamics of river plankton. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Levings, C.D., J.R. Cordell, S. Ong & G.E. Piercey 2004 The origin and identity of invertebrate organisms being transported to Canada's Pacific coast by ballast water. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 61(1):1-11. (In English; abstract in French.)
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Marcotte, B.M. 1980 The origin and maintenance of marine copepod diversity. In: ICSEB-II. II. Int. Congr. Syst. Evol. Biol., Vancouver, 17-24 July, 1980
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Itô, Tatsunori 1982 The origin of 'biramous' copepod legs. Journal of Natural History
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Itô, Tatsunori 1983 The origin of Copepoda (Crustacea). Zoological Magazine (Dobutsugaku Zasshi), Tokyo
Volume: 92(6):664. (Abstract; in Japanese.)
 
Blades-Eckelbarger, P.I. & N.H. Marcus 1992 The origin of cortical vesicles and their role in egg envelope formation in the 'spiny' eggs of a calanoid copepod, Centropages velificatus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
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Chen, J.Y., J. Vannier & D.Y. Huang 2001 The origin of crustaceans: New evidence from the Early Cambrian of China. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B
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Kwint, R.L.J. 1997 The origin of DMS(P)cies: A survey of the sources and sinks of the two dimethylated sulphur compounds beta-dimethylsulphoniolpropionate (DMSP) and dimethysulphide (DMS). Ph.D. Thesis, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands.
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Stager, J.C. 1986 The origin of feces. Journal of Irreproducible Results
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Lundsgaard, C. & M. Olesen 1997 The origin of sedimenting detrital matter in a coastal system. Limnology and Oceanography
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Itô, Tatsunori 1980 The origin of the basis in crustacean appenadges. Proceedings of the Japanese Society of Systematic Zoology
Volume: 37:61. (Abstract, in Japanese).
 
Itô, Tatsunori 1988 The origin of the basis in crustacean appendages. Proceedings of the Japanese Society of Systematic Zoology
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Brooks, W.K. 1894 The origin of the food of marine animals. Bulletin of the United States Fisheries Commission
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Dimentman, C. & F.D. Por 1991 The origin of the subterranean fauna of the Jordan-Dead Sea Rift Valley): new data. Stygologia, Leiden
Volume: 6(3):155-164.
 
Ricker, K.E. 1959 The origin of two glacial relict crustaceans in North America, as related to Pleistocene glaciation. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 37:871-893, figs. 1-6. (xii-1959)
 
Kesteven, H.L. 1918 The origin of yolk in the ova of an endoparasitic copepod. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales
Volume: 43:136-141, pl. 3. (3-vii-1918)
 
McKillop, W.B., R.T. Patterson, L.D. Delorme & T. Nogrady 1992 The origin, physico-chemistry and biotics of Sodium Choride dominated saline waters on the western shore of Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. Canadian Field-Naturalist, Ottawa
Volume: 106(4):454-473.
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Regner, D. 1982 The oscillations of copepod density in the Katela Bay as influenced by some environmental factors. Acta Adriatica
Volume: 23(1-2):137-152, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-4. (Serbo-Croatian summary.)
 
Regner, D. 1977 The oscillations of copepod number in the Kastela Bay (central Adriatic) in relation to some ecological factors. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
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Hahnenkamp, L. & H.J. Fyhn 1985 The osmotic response of salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda: Caligidae) during the transition from sea water to fresh water. Journal of Comparative Physiology, B, Biochemical, Systematic and Environmental Physiology
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Day, J.A. 2001 The ostracod, copepod and branchiuran crustaceans. In: Day, J.A., I.J. de Moor, B.A. Stewart & A.E. Louw, (eds.), WRC Report No TT 148/01, Guides to the freshwater invertebrates of southern Africa. Volume 3: Crustacea II: Ostracoda, Copepoda & Branchiura. Water Research Commission, Pretoria. 1-177 .
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Brady, G.S. & D. Robertson 1870 The Ostracoda and Foraminifera of tidal rivers. Annals and Magazine of Natural History
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Al-Awadi, A.R., M.V. Karam, D.H. Molyneux & J.G. Breman 2007 The other ‘neglected’ eradication programme: achieving the final mile for Guinea worm disease eradication? Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
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Kubrakiewicz, J. & M. Klimowicz 1994 The ovary structure in Argulus foliaceus (Branchiura; Crustacea). Zoologica Poloniae
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Nicholls, D., J.A.L. Cooke & D. Whiteley 1971 The Oxford book of invertebrates. Protozoa, Sponges, Coelenterates, Worms, Molluscs, Echinoderms, and Arthropods (other than Insects). Oxford University Press
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Polyakova, T.V. 1980 The oxygen consumption by some Crustacea at different temperatures. Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly Biologicheskie Nauki
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Svetlichny, L.S. & A.V. Umanskaya 1991 The oxygen cost of Calanus helgolandicus locomotion. Okeanologiya
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Kremp, C., T. Seifert, V. Mohrholz & W. Fennel 2007 The oxygen dynamics during Baltic inflow events in 2001 to 2003 and the effect of different meteorological forcing — A model study. Journal of Marine Systems
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Dakin, W.J. & C.M.G. Dakin 1925 The oxygen requirements of certain aquatic animals and its bearing upon the source of food supply. British Journal of Experimental Biology
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Pearse, A.S. & G.W. Wharton 1938 The oyster 'leach' Stylochus inimicus Palombi, associated with oysters on the coasts of Florida. Ecological Monographs
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Por, F.D. 1999 The Palaearctic-Palaeotropic interphase, as expressed in the copepod fauna of Israel. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
Volume: :unpaginated insert. (Abstract; 25.vii.1999)
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Anonymous 1972 The Panamic Biota: some observations prior to a sea-level canal (symposium). Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington
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David, V., B. Sautour & P. Chardy 2007 The paradox between the long-term decrease of egg mass size of the calanoid copepod Eurytemora affinis and its long-term constant abundance in a highly turbid estuary (Gironde estuary, France). Journal of Plankton Research
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David, V., B. Sautour, R. Galois & P. Chardy 2006 The paradox high zooplankton biomass–low vegetal particulate organic matter in high turbidity zones: What way for energy transfer? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
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Hopcroft, R.R., C. Clarke, A.G. Byrd & A.I. Pinchuk 2005 The paradox of Metridia spp. egg production rates: a new technique and measurements from the coastal Gulf of Alaska. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Ban, S., C.Burns, J.Castel, Y.Chaudron, E.Christou, R.Escribano, S.Umani, S. Gasparini. F. Guerrero-Ruiz, M. Hoffmeyer, A. Ianora, H.K. Kang, M. Laabir, A. Lacoste, A. Miralto, X. Ning, S. Poulet, V. Rodriguez, J. Runge, J. Shi, M. Starr, S. Uye & Y. Wang 1997 The paradox of diatom-copepod interactions. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 157:287-293. (16.x.1997)
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Springer, A.M., C.P. McRoy & K.R. Turco 1989 The paradox of pelagic food webs in the northern Bering Sea. II. Zooplankton communities. Continental Shelf Research
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Hutchinson, G.E. 1961 The paradox of the plankton. American Naturalist
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Plum, C. & K.H. George 2009 The paramesochrid fauna of the Great Meteor Seamount (Northeast Atlantic) including the description of a new species of Scottopsyllus (Intermedopsyllus) Kunz (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Paramesochridae). Marine Biodiversity
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Martínez Arbizu, P. 2000 The paraphyly of Cyclopinidae Sars, 1913, and the phylogenetic position of poecilostome families within Cyclopoida Burmeister, 1835 (Copepoda: Crustacea). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.
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Lysne, D.A. & A. Skorping 2002 The parasite Lernaeocera branchialis on caged cod: Infection pattern is caused by differences in host susceptibility. Parasitology
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Sardella, N.H., J.A. Etchegoin & S.R. Martorelli 1995 The parasite communities of Micropogonias furnieri (Corvina) in Argentina. Boletín del Instituto Oceanográfico de Venezuela, Universidad de Oriente
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El Darsh, H.E.M. & P.J. Whitfield 1999 The parasite community infecting flounders, Platichthys flesus, in the tidal Thames. Journal of Helminthology
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Adams, A.M. 1986 The parasite community on the gills of Fundulus kansae (Garman) from the South Platte River, Nebraska (USA). Acta Parasitologica Polonica
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Akhmerov, A.Kh. 1954 The parasite fauna and the species relationship of the Kamchatka azabach (Oncorhynchus nerka infrasp. asabatch Berg, 1932. O parasitofaune i vidovoi prinadleznosti Kamchatskogo azabacha (Oncorhynchus nerka infrasp. asabatch Berg, 1932). Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR
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Rumyantzev, E.A. 2002 The parasite fauna from fishes of the Onega and Ladoga Lakes (some features of resemblance and difference). Parazitologiya
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Koie, M., J.F. Steffensen, P.R. Møller & J.S. Christiansen 2008 The parasite fauna of Arctogadus glacialis (Peters) (Gadidae) from western and eastern Greenland. Polar Biology
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Chubb, J.C. 1970 The parasite fauna of British freshwater fish. In: Taylor, A.E.R. & R. Muller (eds.). Aspects of Fish Parasitology. Symposia of the British Society of Parasitology
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Bergeron, M., D.J. Marcogliese & P. Magnan 1997 The parasite fauna of brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis (Mitchill), in relation to lake morphometrics and the introduction of creek chub, Semotilus atromaculatus (Mitchill). Ecoscience
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Barskaya, Y.Y. & E.P. Iesko 2004 The parasite fauna of brown trout Salmo trutta, white fish Coregonus lavaretus, and gravling Thymallus thymallus from water bodies of North Karelia (Russia). Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne
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Hemmingsen, W., N. Lile & O. Halvorsen 1992 The parasite fauna of cod (Gadus morhua L.) in Blasfjord, North Norway. Polar Biology
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Hall, M.C. 1912 The parasite fauna of Colorado. Colorado College Publication, Science series
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Appleby, C. & E. Sterud 1996 The parasite fauna of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) from a pond in south-eastern Norway. Bulletin of the Scandinavian Society for Parasitology
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Sous, S.M. 1975 The parasite fauna of fish of lakes and ponds in south western Siberia. TRUDY Biologicheskogo Instituta Sibirskoe Otdelenie Akademiya Nauk SSSR
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Akmirza, A. 1998 The parasite fauna of horse mackerel. In: III. National Symposium of Aquatic Products (10-12 June 1998, Erzurum), Erzurum, Turkey.
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Svardh, L. & J. Thulin 1985 The parasite fauna of natural and farmed Mytilus edulis from the west coast of Sweden, with special reference to Renicola roscovita. Meddelanden fran Havsfiskelaboratoriet Lysekil
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Kennedy, C.R. 1978 The parasite fauna of resident char Salvelinus alpinus from Arctic islands, with special reference to Bear Island. Journal of Fish Biology
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Hemmingsen, W. & K. MacKenzie 2001 The parasite fauna of the Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L. Advances in Marine Biology
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Bravo, S., C. Almonacid, C. Oyarzo & M.T. Silva 2007 The parasite fauna of Galaxias maculatus in the estuary of Maullin River, Chile. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists
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Johnston, J. 1924 The parasites and diseases of the cod. Fishery Investigations, Ministry Agriculture, London Ser.2.
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Harbison, G.R. 1998 The parasites and predators of Thaliacea. In: Bone, Q. (ed.). The Biology of Pelagic Tunicates. Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York etc. 340.pp.
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Duan, S., C.J. Hao, S.A. Jiao, J.J. Wang, X. Wang & C. Yue 2014 The parasites fauna research on fishes in Shihezi Daquangou. Xinjiang Nongye Kexue, Xinjiang Agricultural Sciences
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Pavlova, I.A. 1957 The parasites of Coregonus lavaretus which have become acclimatized in Sevan Lake. In: Petrushevsky, G.K. (ed.). Parasites and Diseases of Fish. Translation Israel Prog. Scient. Trans.
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Shotter, R.A. & J.A. Medaiyedu 1978 The parasites of Polypterus endlicheri (Heckel) (Pisces: Polypteridae) from the River Galma in Zaria, Nigeria, with a note on its food. Bulletin de l'Institut Fondamental d'Afrique Noire, Serie A, Sciences Naturelles
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Bangham, R.V. 1925 The parasites of black bass. With special reference to the ecology and life history of the cestode parasites. Ohio Journal of Science
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Dzika, E. 2002 The parasites of bream Abramis brama (L.) from Lake Kortowskie. Archiwum Rybactwa Polskiego
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Hochberg, F.G. 1983 The parasites of cephalopods: a review. Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria
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Petrushevsky, G.K., M.N. Pozdnayakova (Vikhrova) & S.S. Shul'man 1957 The parasites of fish from Braslav Lakes in Belorussia. In: Petrushevsky, G.K. (ed.). Parasites and Diseases of Fish. Trans. Israel Prog. Scient. Trans. (Orig. Ref.: Izv. Vses. Nauchno-Issled. Inst. Ozern. Rechn. Ryb. Khoz., 42).
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Pozdnyakova (Vikhrova), M.N. 1957 The parasites of fish from Lake Pestovo and Lake Vel'eo (Novogorod oblast'). In: Petrushevsky, G.K. (ed.). Parasites and diseases of fish. Translation Israel Program Scient. Trans. (Original reference: Izv. vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. ozern. rechn. ryb. khoz. 42).1961
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Pearse, A.S. 1924 The parasites of lake fishes. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters
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Noble, E.R. & S.B. Collard 1970 The parasites of midwater fishes. In: Snieszko, S.F. (ed.). A Symposium on Diseases of Fishes and Shellfishes. Special Publications of the American Fisheries Society
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Hutton, J.A. 1923 The parasites of salmon. Salmon and Trout Magazine
Volume: 34:302-312, figs. 1-5, tab. 1, appendix A-B. (xii-1923)
 
Jensen, L.A., M. Moser & R.A. Heckmann 1979 The parasites of the California lizardfish, Synodus lucioceps. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington
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Roubal, F.R. 1990 The parasites of the sparid Acanthopagrus australis in Australia. Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists
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Chappell, L.H. 1969 The parasites of the three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus L. from a Yorkshire pond. I. Seasonal variation of parasite fauna. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 1(2):137-152, fig. 1, tabs. 1-7. (iv-1969)
 
Chappell, L.H. 1969 The parasites of the three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus L. from a Yorkshire pond. II. Variation of the parasite fauna with sex and size of fish. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 1(4):339-347, figs. 1-9, tab. 1. (x-1969)
 
Hamerlynck, O., A. Geets & P. van Damme 1989 The parasites of two sympatric gobies Pomatoschistus minutus and P. lozanoi in Belgian coastal waters. Verh. Symp. Invert. België
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Shul'man, S.S. 1957 The parasites of Zhizhitsa lakes fish (Velikie Luki oblast'). In: Petrushevsky, G.K. (ed.). Parasites and diseases of fish. Translation by Israel Prog. Sci. Trans.: (Original reference: Izv. vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. ozern. rechn. ryb. Khoz. 42)
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Mitchell, S. & M. Gallagher 2000 The parasitic copepod Acanthochondrites annulatus (Olsson, 1869) from the blue skate Raja batis. Irish Naturalists' Journal
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Brinckmann, A., Jr. 1986 The parasitic copepod Antheacheres duebeni M. Sars, 1857 and its relatives. Sarsia
Volume: 71(3-4):297-304, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-2. (15.x.1986)
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Kabata, Z. 1962 The parasitic copepod Clavella stellata (Kroyer, 1838) with the description of the male. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 4(2):107-117, figs. 1-15. (4-vii-1962)
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Nagasawa, K. & K. Nakaya 1997 The parasitic copepod Dinemoleus indeprensus (Siphonostomatoida: Pandaridae) from the megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios, from Japan. In: Yano, K., J.F. Morrissey, Y. Yabumoto & K. Nakaya (eds.). Biology of the Megamouth Shark. Tokai University Press, Tokyo. 203pp.
Volume: :177-179.
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Fryer, G. & C. Andrews 1983 The parasitic copepod Ergasilus briani Markewitsch in Yorkshire: an addition to the British Fauna. Naturalist, Leeds
Volume: 108(964):7-10, figs. 1-4.
 
Fryer, G. 1969 The parasitic copepod Ergasilus sieboldi Nordmann new to Britain. Naturalist, Hull
Volume: 909:49-51, fig. (4.vi.1969)
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Rogers, W.A. & J.P. Hawke 1978 The parasitic copepod Ergasilus from the skin of the gizzard shed Dorosoma cepedianum. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
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Fryer, G. 1968 The parasitic copepod Lernaea cyprinacea L. in Britain. Journal of Natural History
Volume: 2(4):531-533, figs. 1-6. (1-x-1968)
 
Fryer, G. 1969 The parasitic copepod Lernaea cyprinacea L. in Yorkshire. Naturalist, Hull
Volume: 909:48. (iv-vi-1969)
 
Bernard, F.R. 1969 The parasitic copepod Mytilicola orientalis in British Columbia bivalves. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 26(1):190-191.
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Aubrook, E.W. & G. Fryer 1965 The parasitic copepod Tracheliastes polycolpus Nordmann in some Yorkshire rivers: the first British records. Naturalist, Hull
Volume: 893:51-56, figs. 1-5. (vi-1965)
 
Cressey, R.F. & E.A. Lachner 1970 The parasitic copepod diet and life history of diskfishes (Echeneidae). Copeia
Volume: 1970(2):310-318, tabs. 1-6. (1-vi-1970)
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Cross, T.F. & S.P. Johnson 1976 The parasitic copepod, Caligus elongatus Nordmann, 1832, on the bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix (L. 1758): a first host record. Irish Naturalists' Journal
Volume: 18(11):337. (vii-1976)
 
White, H.C. 1940 The parasitic copepod, Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Manuscript Reports of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Biological Station
Volume: 210(14):1-12.
 
Schram, T.A. 1980 The parasitic Copepoda Clavella adunca (Strom), Haemobaphes cyclopterina (Fabricius), and Sphyrion lumpi (Kroyer) on polar cod, Boreogadus saida (Lepechin) from Spitzbergen. Sarsia, Bergen
Volume: 65(3-4):273-286, figs. 1-8, tabs. 1-6. (21-xi-1980)
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Fryer, G. 1961 The parasitic Copepoda and Branchiura of the fishes of Lake Victoria and the Victoria Nile. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
Volume: 137(1):41-60, figs. 1-27. (vii-1961)
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Fryer, G. 1969 The parasitic copepods Achtheres percarum Nordmann and Salmincola gordoni Gurney in Yorkshire. Naturalist, Hull
Volume: 910:77-81, figs. 1-3. (viii-x-1969)
 
Cressey, R.F. & H.B. Cressey 1979 The parasitic copepods of Indo-West Pacific lizardfishes (Synodontidae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology
Volume: 296:i-iii, 1-71, figs. 1-53, tabs. 1-2, appendix. (14-xii-1979)
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Bere, R. 1930 The parasitic copepods of the fish of the Passamaquoddy region. Contributions to Canadian Biology and Fisheries, New Series
Volume: 5(13):423-430, pls. 1-2.
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Fryer, G. 1968 The parasitic Crustacea of African freshwater fishes; their biology and distribution. Journal of Zoology, London
Volume: 1567(1):45-95, figs.1-10.
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Thatcher, V.E., W.A. Boeger & B.A. Robertson 1984 The parasitic crustaceans of fishes from the Brazilian Amazon, 12., Ergasilus hydrolycus n. sp. (Copepoda Poecilostomatoida) from Hydrolycus scomberoides (Cuvier). Amazoniana, Kiel
Volume: 8(3):321-326, figs. 1-11 on pls. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (vi-1984, Portuguese summary.)
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Thatcher, V.E. & W.A. Boeger 1984 The parasitic crustaceans of fishes from the Brazilian Amazon, 13, Gamidactylus jaraquensis gen. et sp. nov. (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida: Vaigamidae) from the nasal fossae of Semaprochilodus insignis (Schomburgk). Amazoniana
Volume: 8(3):421-426, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-2. (vi-1984, Portuguese summary.)
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Thatcher, V.E. & W.A. Boeger 1984 The parasitic crustaceans of fishes from the Brazilian Amazon, 14, Gamispinus diabolicus gen. et sp. nov. (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida: Vaigamidae) from the nasal fossae of Ageneiosus brevifilis Valenciennes. Amazoniana, Kiel
Volume: 8(4):505-510, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-2. (x-1984, Portuguese summary.)
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Thatcher, V.E. & W.A. Boeger 1984 The parasitic crustaceans of fishes from the Brazilian Amazon, 15., Gamispatulus schizodontis gen. et sp. nov. (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida: Vaigamidae) from the nasal fossae of Schizodon fasciatus Agassiz. Amazoniana, Kiel
Volume: 9(1):119-126, figs.1-11, tabs.1-2. (xi.1984)
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Thatcher, V.E. 1986 The parasitic crustaceans of fishes from the Brazilian Amazon, 16. Amazonicopeus elongatus gen. et sp. nov. (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida) with the proposal of Amazonicopeidae fam. nov. and remarks on its pathogenicity. Amazoniana, Kiel
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