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Sewell, R.B.S. 1951

The epibionts and parasites of the planktonic Copepoda of the Arabian Sea.

Scientific Reports of the John Murray Expedition
Volume: 9(4):255-394, figs. 1-61. SIL q QL444 .C7S516 1951
Wilson: paper
Silva-Briano, M., E. Suárez-Morales, A. Adabache-Ortiz & M.D. Reyes-Flores 2011

The epibiotic ciliate Trichodina (Peritrichia) on two diaptomid copepods from Aguascalientes, north-central Mexico: a true parasite?

Abstracts of the 11th International Conference on Copepoda, Merida, Mexico, July 11-15, 2011, Gasca, R. & E. Suárez-Morales, (eds.)
Volume: 131
 
Abdelhalim, A.I., J.W. Lewis & G.A. Boxshall 1993

The external morphology of adult female ergasilid copepods (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida): a comparison between Ergasilus and Neoergasilus.

Systematic Parasitology
Volume: 24:45-52.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Fasten, N. 1916

The eye of the parasitic copepod, Salmincola edwardsii Olsson (Lernaeopoda edwardsii Olsson).

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 31(6):407-418, figs., pls. 1-3. (xii-1916)
Wilson: paper
Illg, P.L. & P.L. Dudley 1980

The family Ascidicolidae and its subfamilies (Copepoda, Cyclopoida), with descriptions of new species.

Mémoires du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, Série A, Zoologie
Volume: 117:1-192, figs. 1-62. (13-vi-1980) SIL QL613 .I29 1980
Wilson: paper
Baily, J.E., J.L. Smith, R. Wootten & C. Sommerville 2011

The fate of Lernaeocera branchialis (L.) (Crustacea; Copepoda) in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L.

Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 34(2):139-147.
 
Muus, B.J. 1967

The fauna of Danish estuaries and lagoons. Distribution and ecology of dominating species in the shallow reaches of the mesohaline zone.

Meddelelser fra Danmarks Fiskeri-og Havundersogelser
Volume: n. ser. 5: 3-3l6, figs. 1-119, tabs. 1-60. (24-xi-1967). SIL QL139 .M99 1967
Wilson: paper
Benzer, S., A. Gul & M. Yilmaz 2009

The feeding biology of tench (Tinca tinca L., 1758) living in Kapulukaya Dam Lake. Kapulukaya Baraj Golu'nde Yasayan Kadife (Tinca tinca L., 1758)'nin Beslenme Biyolojisi.

Gazi Univertesi Gazi Egitim Fakultesi Dergisi
Volume: 29(3):815-832. (Turkish)
 
Fryer, G. 1957

The feeding mechanism of some freshwater cyclopoid copepods.

Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
Volume: 129(1):1-25, figs. 1-12, pl. 1. (viii-1957)
Wilson: paper, PDF
Liu, C.Y., B. Wang, Y.P. Li & J. Dong 2011

The feeding methods and feeding habit of jellyfish Rhopilema esculentum at different developmental phases.

Fisheries Science (Liaoning)
Volume: 30(8):491-494. (Chinese)
 
Hanek, G. 1968

The finding of Neoergasilus japonicus (Harada, 1930) (Copepoda: Ergasilidae) in Europe.

Folia Parasitologica, Prague
Volume: 15(3):277-278.
Wilson: paper
Tang, D., M. Andrews & J.M. Cobcroft 2007

The first chondracanthid (Copepoda: Chondracanthidae) reported from cultured finfish, with a revised key to the species of Chondracanthus.

Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 93(4):788-795.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Stankovic, I. & I. Ternjej 2007

The first record of Cyclops bohater Kozminski (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) in Croatia and the Balkan peninsula.

Natura Croatica
Volume: 16(3):189-199.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Park, E.O., M.S. Han & W. Lee 2012

The first record of Orthopsyllus species (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Orthopsyllidae) from Korean waters.

Journal of Species Research
Volume: 1(1):56-67.
 
Brancelj, A., S. Watiroyram & L.O. Sanoamuang 2010

The first record of cave-dwelling Copepoda from Thailand and description of a new species: Elaphoidella namnaoensis n. sp. (Copepoda, Harpacticoida).

Crustaceana
Volume: 83(7):779-793.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Al-Niaeem, K.S., S.A. Al-Azizz & F.H. Al-Ataby 2013

The first record of the copepod Lernanthropus corniger Yamaguti, 1954 parasitizing two carangid fishes in northwest of the Arab Gulf, Iraq.

Ekologija
Volume: 59(2):95-98. http://dx.doi.org/10.6001/ekologija.v59i2.2712
 
Mercado-Salas, N., E. Suárez-Morales & M. Silva-Briano 2011

The first record of the genus Metacyclops Kiefer, 1927 (Copepoda: Cyclopidae: Cyclopinae) from Mexico.

Abstracts of the 11th International Conference on Copepoda, Merida, Mexico, July 11-15, 2011, Gasca, R. & E. Suárez-Morales, (eds.)
Volume: 87
 
Jeong, H.G., H.L. Suh, Y.H. Yoon, I.H. Choi & H.Y. Soh 2008

The first records of two neustonic calanoid copepods, Pontella securifer and P. sinica (Calanoida, Pontellidae) in the South Sea, Korea.

Ocean Science Journal
Volume: 43(2): 91-100.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Jiang, H.S. & T. Kiörboe 2011

The fluid dynamics of swimming by jumping in copepods.

Journal of the Royal Society Interface
Volume: 8(61):1090-1103.
 
Sibley, C.K. 1929

The food of certain fishes of the Lake Erie drainage basin.

In: Emmeline Moore (ed.) A Biological Survey of the Erie-Niagara System, State of New York Conservation Department, Annual Report 244 pp.
Volume: 18(Supplement):180-88
 
Ewers, L.A. & M.W. Boesel 1935

The food of some Buckeye Lake fishes.

Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 65:57-70, 15 tables.
 
Zavolokin, A.V., V.V. Kulik & L.O. Zavarina 2014

The food supply of the Pacific salmon of the genus Oncorhynchus in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. 2. Comparative characterization and general state.

Russian Journal Of Marine Biology
Volume: 40(3):199-207. 10.1134/S1063074014030092 MAY 2014
 
Matley, J.K., A.T. Fisk & T.A. Dick 2013

The foraging ecology of Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) during open water (July-August) in Allen Bay, Arctic Canada.

Marine Biology
Volume: 160(11):2993-3004. 10.1007/s00227-013-2289-2
 
Gomez, F. & L.F. Artigas 2013

The formation of the twin resting cysts in the dinoflagellate Dissodinium pseudolunula, a parasite of copepod eggs.

Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 35(5):1167-1171. 10.1093/plankt/fbt066
 
Esterly, C.O. 1924

The free-swimming Copepoda of San Francisco Bay.

University of California Publications in Zoology
Volume: 26(5):81-129, figs. 1-16, 4 Tables (29-v-1924)
Wilson: paper
Sewell, R.B.S. 1948

The free-swimming planktonic Copepoda. Geographical distribution.

Scientific Reports of the John Murray Expedition
Volume: 8(3):317-592, figs. 72-95, charts 1-2. (28-ix-1948) SIL q QL444 .C7S516f 1948
Wilson: paper
Sewell, R.B.S. 1947

The free-swimming planktonic Copepoda. Systematic account.

Scientific Reports of the John Murray Expedition 1933-1934, British Museum of natural History
Volume: 8(1):1-303, figs. 1-71. (20-iii-1947) SIL q QL444 .C7S516 1947
Wilson: paper
Abdel-Meguid, M. 1998

The frequency distribution of Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus, 1761 (Copepoda: Cyclpoida) and its histopathological effect on the common carp, Cyprinus carpio.

Egyptian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 31:53-66.
 
Byrnes, E.F. 1909

The fresh water Cyclops of Long Island.

Cold Spring Harbor Monographs
Volume: 7:1-43, pls. 1-15. (17-ii-1909)
Wilson: paper
Marsh, C.D. 1920

The Fresh Water Copepoda of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-18.

Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-1918. Ottawa
Volume: 7(J):1-25, pls. 1-5. (21-iv-1920)
Wilson: paper, PDF
Duggan, I.C. 2010

The freshwater aquarium trade as a vector for incidental invertebrate fauna.

Biological Invasions
Volume: 12(11):3757-3770.
 
Lai, H.C., A.C. Mamaril, Sr. & C.H. Fernando 1979

The freshwater Calanoida (Copepoda) of the Philippines.

Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 37(3):225-240, figs. 1-73, tab. 1. (27-xii-1979)
 
Chang, C.Y. & Hoon Soo Kim 1986

The freshwater Calanoida (Crustacea: Copepoda) of Korea.

Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
Volume: 2(1):49-62.
Wilson: paper
Apollon, S. & J.E. Saros 2013

The freshwater copepod Limnocalanus macrurus in the canadian arctic archipelago: numbers, weights, and respiration observed from September 1961-July 1962.

Arctic
Volume: 66(1):37-42.
 
Gurney, R. 1929

The fresh-water Crustacea of Norfolk.

Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society
Volume: 12(5):550-581, fig. 1, pls. 45a, b.
 
Smith, G.W. 1909

The freshwater Crustacea of Tasmania, with remarks on their geographical distribution.

Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology
Volume: (2)11(4):61-92, fig. 1, pls. 12-18. (vi-1909).
Wilson: paper
Rayner, N.A. 1990

The freshwater Diaptomidae (Calanoida: Copepoda) of southern Africa.

Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Volume: 219pp, 1 map. SIL q QL444 .C72R27 1990
Wilson: paper
Dartnall, H.J.G., W. Hollwedel & J.C. de Paggi 2005

The freshwater fauna of Macquarie Island, including a redescription of the endemic water-flea Daphnia gelida (Brady) (Anomopoda: Crustacea).

Polar Biology
Volume: 28(12):922-939.
Wilson: PDF
Agersted, M.D., T.G. Nielsen, P. Munk, B. Vismannnt & K.E. Arendt 2011

The functional biology and trophic role of krill (Thysanoessa raschii) in a Greenlandic fjord.

Marine Biology (Berlin)
Volume: 158(6):1387-1402.
 
Vyshkvartzeva, N.V. 1977

The functional morphology of mouthparts of the species Calanus s.l. (Copepoda, Calanoida). II. The functioning of the mouth apparatus and the feeding. Funktsional'naya morfologiya rotovykh konechnostei vidov Calanus s.l. (Copepoda, Calanoida). II. Funktsionirovanie rotovogo kompleksa i pitanie kalyanusov.

In: Brodsky, K.A. & N.V. Vyshkvartzeva (eds.). Explorations of the Fauna of the Seas XIX (XXVII). Ecology of Marine Plankton Organisms. Issledovaniya Fauny Morei
Volume: 19(27):5-28, figs. 1-5. (25-iv-1977, Russian with English summary.)
Wilson: paper
Perryman, J.C. 1961

The functional morphology of the skeletomuscular system of the larval and adult stages of the copepod crustacean Calanus, together with an account of the changes undergone by this system during larval development.

Unpublished phd thesis, University of London
Volume: 97 pp.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Fiers, F. 1997

The genera Triathrix Gee & Burgess and Sphingothrix gen. nov. (Copepoda, Cletodidae sensu Por) from the Bay of Campeche, Gulf of Mexico.

Sarsia, Bergen
Volume: 82(3):237-257.
Wilson: paper
Fiers, F. 2012

The generic concept of Allocyclops Kiefer, 1932: (Copepoda: Cyclopoida: Cyclopidae) an alternative view.

Journal of Natural History
Volume: 46(3-4):175-247.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Pritchard, V.L. & S. Edmands 2013

The genomic trajectory of hybrid swarms: outcomes of repeated crosses between populations of Tigriopus californicus.

Evolution
Volume: 67(3):774-791. 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01814.x
 
Cressey, R.F. 1972

The genus Argulus (Crustacea: Branchiura) of the United States.

Biota of Freshwater Ecosystems. Identification Manual for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, Stock No. 5501-0366
Volume: Manual 2:1-14. SIL QL444 .B9C73X 1972
Wilson: paper, PDF
Hayes, P., J.L. Justine & G.A. Boxshall 2012

The genus Caligus Müller, 1785 (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida): two new species from reef associated fishes in New Caledonia, and some nomenclatural probelms resolved.

Zootaxa
Volume: 3534:21-39
Wilson: paper, PDF
Saraswathy, M. 1973

The genus Gaussia (Copepoda - Calanoida) with a description of G. sewelli sp. nov. from the Indian Ocean.

Handbook to the International Zooplankton Collections, Papers on the zooplankton collections of the IIOE. Cochin, Kerala State, India
Volume: 5:190-195, figs. 1-4, pl. 1, map 1.
Wilson: paper
Sproston, N.G., W.Y. Yin & Y.T. Hu 1950

The genus Lamproglena (Copepoda Parasitica): the discovery of the life-histories and males of two Chinese species from food fishes, revealing their relationship with Lernaea, and of both to the Cyclopoidea.

Sinensia, Shanghai
Volume: n. ser. 1(1-4):51-84, figs. 1-44.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Karaytug, S. 1998

The genus Paracyclops (Copepoda: Cyclopoida): taxonomy, phylogeny and zoogeography.

Ph.D. Thesis, Faculty of Science, University of London
Volume: 473pp. SIL q QL444.C73 K374 1997
Wilson: paper
Bradford, J.M. 1967

The genus Tigriopus Norman (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) in New Zealand, with a description of a new species.

Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Zoology
Volume: 10(6):51-59, figs. 1-4. (8-xii-1967)
Wilson: paper, PDF
Uyeno, D. & K. Nagasawa 2013

The genus Hatschekia (Copepoda: Hatschekiidae) from pufferfishes (Tetraodontiformes: Tetraodontidae) off the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, with descriptions of four new species and a redescription of H. pholas.

Folia Parasitologica
Volume: 60(1):61-74.
 
Chorianopoulos, E. 1991

The geographic distribution and the variations in the population dynamic on the copepod Tisbe holothuriae Humes.

Dissertation in Biology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece.
Volume: 111 pp. [In Greek.]
 
Onabamiro, S.D. 1952

The geographical distribution and clinical features of Dracunculus medinensis in south-west Nigeria. 

West African Medical Journal
Volume: 1:159-165.
 
Kusterle, S., E. Halttunen, E.B. Thorstad, T.F. Naesje, J.L.A. Jensen, A. Gallo-Bueno, E. Olague & A.H. Rikardsen 2013

The gill maggot Salmincola salmoneus as an indicator of repeat spawning in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar.

Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 82(3):1068-1073.
 
Pearse, A.S. 1933

The gobies at Pakman.

Journal of the Siam Society, Natural History Supplement
Volume: 9(2):173-178, 1 table. (15 Dec 1933)
 
Jespersen, P. 1934

The Godthaab expedition 1928. Copepoda.

Meddelelser om Gronland
Volume: 79(10):1-166, figs. 1-38, tabs. 1-4. SIL QL444 .C7J58 1934
Wilson: paper
Mikas, D. 2010

The grazing coefficient, the biometry and the proteins of the Calanipeda aquaedulcis (copepods) in different salinities.

Master of Oceanography, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece.
Volume: 57 pp. [In Greek.]
 
Shiozawa, D.K. 1978

The habitat preferences, seasonal drift, and abundance of stream microcrustacea.

Ph.D. Thesis, Faculty of the Graduate School, University of Minnesota
Volume: 515pp. SIL QL435 .S55 1978
Wilson: paper
Taylor, R.L., G.S. Caldwell, P.J.W. Olive & M.G. Bentley 2012

The harpacticoid copepod Tisbe holothuriae is resistant to the insidious effects of polyunsaturated aldehyde-producing diatoms.

Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology
Volume: 413:30-37.
 
Bortone, S.A., W.K. Bradley & J.L. Oglesby 1978

The host-parasite relationship of two copepod species and two fish species.

Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 13(3):337-350, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-6. (ix-1978)
Wilson: PDF
Tuxen, S.L. 1944

The hot springs, their animal communities and their zoogeographical significance.

The Zoology of Iceland 1, Part 11. Copenhagen & Reykjavik.
Volume: 206pp.
 
Pierson, J.J., H. Batchelder, W. Saumweber, A. Leising & J. Runge 2013

The impact of increasing temperatures on dormancy duration in Calanus finmarchicus.

Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 35(3):504-512. 10.1093/plankt/fbt022
 
Stacey, J.E. 2003

The impact of mussel (Mytilus sp.) farming on zooplankton communities in Notre Dame Bay Newfoundland.

M.Sc. Thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada.
Volume: 141 pp.
 
Sun, W.M , S.L. Dong, Z.L. Jie, X.D. Zhao, H.Z. Zhang & J.X. Li 2011

The impact of net-isolated polyculture of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) on plankton community in saline-alkaline pond of shrimp (Penaeus vannamei).

Aquaculture International
Volume: 19(4):779-788.
 
Stumpp, C. & G.C. Hose 2013

The impact of water table drawdown and drying on subterranean aquatic fauna in in-vitro experiments.

Plos One
Volume: 8(11):10.1371/journal.pone.0078502
 
Gibbons, M.J. 1988

The impact of wave exposure on the meiofauna of Gelidium pristoides (Turner) Kuetzing (Gelidiales: Rhodophyta).

Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
Volume: 27(6):581-593.
 
Foerster, R.E. 1934

The importance of Copepoda in the natural diet of sockeye salmon.

Proceedings of the Fifth Pacific Science Congress Canada, 1933
Volume: 3:2009-2016, figs. 1-4.
 
Skilbrei, O.T. 2012

The importance of escaped farmed rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) as a vector for the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) depends on the hydrological conditions in the fjord.

Hydrobiologia
Volume: 686:287-297.
 
Turner, J.T. 2004

The importance of small planktonic copepods and their roles in pelagic marine food webs.

Zoological Studies
Volume: 43(2):255-266.
Wilson: paper
Magnusson, K. & P. Tiselius 2010

The importance of uptake from food for the bioaccumulation of PCB and PBDE in the marine planktonic copepod Acartia clausi.

Aquatic Toxicology
Volume: 98(4):374-380.
 
Ashjian, C.J., S.L. Smith, C.N. Flagg, A.J. Mariano, W.J. Behrens & P.V.Z. Lane 1994

The influence of a Gulf Stream meander on the distribution of zooplankton biomass in the slope water, the Gulf Stream and the Sargasso Sea, described using a shipboard acoustic Doppler current profiler.

Deep-Sea Research
Volume: 41:23-50.
 
Kortner, T.M., I. Overrein, G. Oie, E. Kjorsvik & A. Arukwe 2011

The influence of dietary constituents on the molecular ontogeny of digestive capability and effects on growth and appetite in Atlantic cod larvae (Gadus morhua).

Aquaculture
Volume: 315(1-2, Sp. Iss.):114-120.
 
Jahn, G.L. 2010

The influence of episodic river flow events on striped bass (Morone saxatilis) spawning in Chesapeake Bay, USA.

M.Sc. Thesis, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, U.S.A.
Volume: 100 pp.
 
Logerwell, E.A., J. Duffy-Anderson, M. Wilson & D. McKelvey 2010

The influence of pelagic habitat selection and interspecific competition on productivity of juvenile walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) and capelin (Mallotus villosus) in the Gulf of Alaska.

Fisheries Oceanography.
Volume: 19(4):262-278.
 
Bogevik, A.S., R.J. Henderson, H. Mundheim, R. Waagbo, D.R. Tocher & R.E. Olsen 2010

The influence of temperature on the apparent lipid digestibility in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fed Calanus finmarchicus oil at two dietary levels.

Aquaculture
Volume: 309(1-4):143-151.
 
Peterson, J.O. & W.T. Peterson 2009

The influence of the Columbia River plume on cross-shelf transport of zooplankton.

Journal of Geophysical Research
Volume: 114, C00B10. doi:10.1029/2008JC004965. 115(C2):C00B10
 
Lima, L.C.M. de & L.P. Souza-Santos 2007

The ingestion rate of Litopenaeus vannamei larvae as a function of Tisbe biminiensis copepod concentration.

Aquaculture
Volume: 271(1-4):411-419.
Wilson: paper
Birge, E.A. & C. Juday 1922

The inland lakes of Wisconsin:The plankton. I. Its quantity and chemical composition.

Bulletin of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Madison
Volume: 64, Sci. ser. B, 13:1-222. SIL QL214 .B618 1922
Wilson: paper
Koomen, P. & J.C. von Vaupel Klein 1997

The integumental perforation pattern of the Pseudochirella obesa female (Copepoda: Calanoida).

Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 70(5):527-542.
Wilson: paper
Suárez-Morales, E., A. Paredes-Trujillo & D. González-Solis 2010

The introduced Asian parasitic copepod Neoergasilus japonicus (Harada) (Cyclopoida: Ergasilidae) from endangered cichlid teleosts in Mexico.

Zoological Science
Volume: 27(11):851-855.
 
Visconti, A. & M. Manca 2010

The invasive appearance of Eudiaptomus gracilis (G.O. Sars 1863) in Lago Maggiore.

Journal of Limnology
Volume: 69(2):353-357.
 
Schaber, M., H. Haslob, B. Huwer, A. Harjes, H.H. Hinrichsen, F.W. Köster, M. Storr-Paulsen, J.O. Schmidt & R. Voss 2011

The invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in the central Baltic Sea: seasonal phenolgy and hydrographic influence on spatio-temporal distribution pattersn.

Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 33(7):1053-1065.
 
Hamer, H.H., A.M. Malzahn & M. Boersma 2011

The invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi: a threat to fish recruitment in the North Sea?

Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 33(1):137-144.
 
Borradaile, L.A., F.A. Potts, L.E.S. Eastham & J.T. Saunders 1958

The Invertebrata; a Manual for the Use of Students. Third edition.

Cambridge: University Press
Volume: xvii + 795 pp.
 
Guher, H. 2013

The investigation of zooplanktonic organisms (Rotifera, Copepoda, Cladocera) of Meric River (Turkey).

Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances
Volume: 11(24):4673-4677.
 
Huys, R. & S.J. Song 2004

The Ismardiidae (Copepoda, Harpacticoida incertae sedis): enigmatic as ever?

Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 24(1):37-53.
Wilson: paper, PDF
Soes, D.M., P.D. Walker & D.B. Kruijt 2010

The Japanese fish louse Argulus japonicus new for The Netherlands.

Lauterbornia
Volume: 70:11-17.
 
Tian. B.X, L.S. Wu & G.Z. Wang 2013

The joint toxicity of nTiO2 Nanoparticles with Phenanthrene and Pyrene to Tigriopus japonicus.

Jimei Daxue Xuebao Ziran Kexue Ban
Volume: 18(4):241-245.
 
Ting, J.H. 2000

The juvenile hormone analogue methoprene disrupts mate recognition in the harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus californicus.

Scientiae Naturae
Volume: 3(1):27-39.
 
Borg, C.M.A., E. Bruno & T. Kiörboe 2012

The Kinematics of Swimming and Relocation Jumps in Copepod Nauplii.

PLoS One
Volume: 7(10):Article No.: e47486.
 
Harding, J.P. & C.C.H. Washtell 1950

The Labgear-Harding Micro-Dissector. 

Journal of the Quekett Microscopical Club,
Volume: ser. 4, 3(2):89-92, 1 fig., 1 pl.
 
Mueller, J.F. 1959

The laboratory propagation of Spirometra mansonoides (Mueller, 1953) as an experimental tool. II. Culture and infection of the copepod host, and harvesting the procercoids.

Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 78(3):245-255, figs. 1-6, pl. 2 with figs. 7-8. (vii-1959)
Wilson: paper
Gurney, R. 1930

The larva of Nicothoe astaci and its systematic position.

Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, New Series
Volume: 16(2):453-459, figs. 1-6. (iii-1930)
Wilson: paper
Ewers, L.A. 1930

The larval development of freshwater Copepoda.

Contributions of the Franz Theodore Stone Laboratory, Ohio State University, Columbus
Volume: 3:1-43, 13 pls.
Wilson: paper
Nicholls, A.G. 1935

The Larval Stages of Longipedia coronata Claus, L. scotti G.O. Sars, and L. minor T. and A. Scott, with a Description of the Male of L. scotti.

Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: N. Ser. 20(1): 29-45, figs. 1-8. (Ii-1935).
Wilson: paper
Gurney, R. 1930

The larval stages of the copepod Longipedia.

Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, New Series
Volume: 16(2):461-474, figs. 1-10. (iii-1930)
Wilson: paper
Ho, J.S. & C.L. Lin 2010

The last instar of male Euryphorus Milne Edwards, 1840 (Copepoda: Euryphoridae) found on marine fishes of Taiwan.

Journal of the Fisheries Society of Taiwan
Volume: 37(2):111-120.
Wilson: paper
Dolan, J.R. 2011

The legacy of the last cruise of the Carnegie: a lesson in the value of dusty old taxonomic monographs.

Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 33(9):1317-1324.
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The ontogenetic abdomen formation in copepods of genera Eucalanus and Rhincalanus (Calanoida, Eucalanidae) and new system of these copepods. Formirovanie abdomena v ontogeneze u kopepod rodov Eucalanus i Rhincalanus (Calanoida, Eucalanidae) i movaya sistema etikh kopepod.

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The periodic occurrence of Copepoda in the marine plankton of two successive years at La Jolla, California.

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The role of lake shore sand deposits as bank of ciliate, rotifer and crustacean resting forms: experimental approach.

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The role of meiofauna in the benthic community of a small oligotrophic lake.

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Davidova, M., R. Blazek, T. Trichkova, E. Koutrakis, O. Gaygusuz, E. Ercan & M. Ondrackova 2011

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The role of zooplankton in the functioning of the Taganrog Gulf ecosystem in the Sea of Azov.

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The salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda: Caligidae) life cycle has only two chalimus stages.

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Kik, M.J.L., M. Janse & G.W. Benz 2011

The sea louse Lepeophtheirus acutus (Caligidae, Siphonostomatoida, Copepoda) as a pathogen of aquarium-held elasmobranchs.

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Arnold, A.F. 1901

The sea-beach at ebb-tide. A guide to the study of the seaweeds and the lower animal life found between tide-marks.

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The seasonal and spatial distribution of the zooplankton of Higgins beach.

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Samchyshyna, L.V. 2001

The seasonal dynamic of Eudiaptomus transylvanicus (Daday, 1890) (Copepoda, Calanoida).

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The seasonal phenomena in life cycle of the Parastasia fennica Euglenidae, Parastasiida).

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The separation of copepod populations in a natural environment:a summary

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Pert, C.C., A.J. Mordue Luntz, B. O'Shea & I.R. Bricknell 2012

The settlement and reproductive success of Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kroyer 1837; Copepoda: Caligidae) on atypical hosts.

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The significance of the grasping antennae of harpacticoid Copepods.

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The smell of virgins: mating status of females affects male swimming behaviour in Oithona davisae.

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The spatial distribution of Nemesis lamna Risso, 1826, on the gills of the great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias (Linnaeus, 1758).

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McClendon, J.F. 1907

The spermatogenesis of Pandarus sinuatus Say.

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McClatchie, S., R. Goericke, F.B. Schwing, S.J. Bograd, W.T. Peterson, R. Emmett, R. Charter, W. Watson, N. Lo, K. Hill, C. Collins, M. Kahru, B.G. Mitchell, J.A. Koslow, J. Gomez-Valdes, B.E. Lavaniegos, G. Gaxiola-Castro, J. Gottschalk, M. L’Heureux, Y. Xue, M. Manzano-Sarabia, E. Bjorkstedt, S. Ralston, J, Field, L. Rogers-Bennett, L. Munger, G. Campbell, K. Merkens, D. Camacho, A. Havron, A. Douglas & J. Hildebrand. 2009

The state of the California Current, spring 2008-2009: Cold conditions drive regional differences in coastal production.

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Reid, J.W. 1991

The Stillman Wright Collection of Copepoda (Crustacea) from South America in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.

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Russell, F.S. 1934

The study of copepods as a factor in oceanic economy.

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Zubrzycki, I.Z., S.H. Lee, K.H. Lee, M. Wiacek & W. Lee 2012

The study on highly expressed proteins as a function of an elevated ultraviolet radiation in the copepod, Tigriopus japonicus.

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The summer meiobenthos of the Pamlico River estuary, North Carolina, with special reference to the harpacticoid copepods.

M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
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Lowndes, A.G. 1935

The swimming and feeding of certain calanoid copepods.

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Kadota, S. & S. Kokubo 1960

The systematic study of plankton in the Omiya Park lake with special stress on its seasonal change.

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Lowndes, A.G. 1937

The term 'gnathobase' (Lankester).

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The toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium ostenfeldii promotes incapacitation of the calanoid copepods Eurytemora affinis and Acartia bifilosa from the northern Baltic Sea.

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Souza-Santos, L.P., L. Willadino, R.S. Melo, N. Barros, C. Glasner, P. Xavier, A.P. Brito, D. Galvão, A.A. Gouveia & R.O. Cavalli 2011

The trophic relationship between the harpacticoid Tisbe biminiensis and newborn seahorse Hippocampus reidi juveniles: who is the prey?

Abstracts of the 11th International Conference on Copepoda, Merida, Mexico, July 11-15, 2011, Gasca, R. & E. Suárez-Morales, (eds.)
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The trophic role of Cyphocharax voga (Hensel 1869) according to foraging area and diet analysis in turbid shallow lakes.

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The true nature of the enigmatic copepod genus Limnoncaea from plankton in Japan and the importance of parasito-planktology.

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The turbidity front as a habitat for Acartia tonsa (Copepoda) in the Rio de la Plata, Argentina-Uruguay.

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Thompson, R., M. Hemberg, B.M. Starzomski & J. Shurin 2009

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Tam, Q. & A. Avenant-Oldewage 2009

The ultrastructure of the digestive cells of Argulus japonicus, Thiele 1900 (Crustacea: Branchiura).

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The ultrastructure of the striated muscles of Derocheilocaris typica (Mystacocarida, Crustacea).

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The use of chemicals in aquaculture in Taiwan, Province of China.

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The use of lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus L) to control sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis Kroyer) infestations in intensively farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L).

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The use of probability paper for the graphical analysis of polymodal frequency distributions.

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The use of wax spray beads (WSB) for iodine enrichment of Artemia sp. for use as a live food for zebrafish (Danio rerio) larvae.

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Ozimec, R. & I. Lucic 2007

The Vjetrenica Cave (Bosnia & Herzegovina): The world's highest biodiversity cave.

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McMurrich, J.P. 1917

The winter plankton in the neighbourhood of St. Andrews, 1914-15.

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Wang, R. & T. Zuo 2004

The Yellow Sea Warm Current and the Yellow Sea Cold Bottom Water, their impact on the distribution of zooplankton in the southern Yellow Sea.

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Gulati, R.D. 1984

The zooplankton and its grazing as measures of trophy in the Loosdrecht Lakes.

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Wooldridge, T.H. 1977

The zooplankton of Mgazana, a mangrove estuary in Transkei, southern Africa.

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