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Verrill, A.E. 1875 Results of dredging expeditions off the New England coast. Brief Contributions to Zoology from the Museum of Yale College. No.33. American Journal of Science
Volume: 10(3):36-43.
 
Pickering, C. & J.D. Dana 1838 Description of a species of Caligus, C. americanus. American Journal of Science
Volume: 34:225-266, pls. 3-5. (vii-1838)
Wilson: paper
Smith, S.I. 1875 The Crustaceans of the caves of Kentucky and Indiana. American Journal of Science and Arts
Volume: 9(3):476-477.
 
Dana, J.D. 1856 A review of the classification of Crustacea. With reference to certain principles of classification. American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series
Volume: 22:2-17.
Wilson: paper
Dana, J.D. 1846

Notice of some genera of Cyclopacea.

American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series
Volume: 1(2):225-230.
Wilson: paper
Dana, J.D. 1850 Eyes of Sapphirina, Corycaeus, etc. American Journal of Science, 2d. series
Volume: 9:129-133.
 
Dana, J.D. 1854 On the geographical distribution of Crustacea. American Journal of Science, 2d. series
Volume: 18:314-326 (xi-1854); 19:6-15 (i-1855)
Wilson: paper
Dana, J.D. 1855 On the geographical distribution of Crustacea. American Journal of Science, 2d. series
Volume: 19:6-15 (i-1855)
 
Davies, O.A., J.F.N. Abowei & B.B. Otene 2009 Seasonal abundance and distribution of plankton of Minichinda Stream, Niger Delta, Nigeria. American Journal of Scientific Research
Volume: 2:20-30.
 
Vu, S.N., T.Y. Nguyen, M.D. Hoang, C.T. Tran, T.T. Vu, H.L. Nguyen, H.S. Le, L.L. Luu, T.Q.H. Vu, H.K.K. Ly, T.T.T. Huynh, L.Z.Y. Lam, S.C. Kutcher, J.G. Aaskov, J.A.L. Jeffery, P.A. Ryan & B.H. Kay 2012

Community-based control of Aedes aegypti by using Mesocyclops in southern Vietnam.

American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene
Volume: 86(5):850-859.
 
Kay, B.H., T.T. T. Hanh, H.L. Nguyen, M.Q. Tran,S.N. Vu, P.V.D. Hang,T.Y. Nguyen, P.S. Hill, T. Vos & P.A. Ryan 2010

Sustainability and cost of a community-based strategy against Aedes aegypti in northern and central Vietnam.

American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene
Volume: 82(5).:822-830.
 
Tran, H.T.T., P.S. Hill, B.H. Kay & Q.M. Tran 2009 Development of a framework for evaluating the sustainability of community-based dengue control projects. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 80(2):312-318.
 
Kay, B.H., S.N. Vu, V.T. Tran, T.Y. Nguyen, V.P. Tran, T.B.D. Vu, U.N. Truong, A. Bektas & J.G. Aaskov 2002 Control of Aedes vectors of dengue in three provinces of Vietnam by use of Mesocyclops (copepoda) and community-based methods validated by entomologic, clinical, and serological surveillance. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 66(1): 40-48.
 
Rwakimari, J.B., D.R. Hopkins & E. Ruiz-Tiben 2006 Rwanda's successful guinea worm eradication program. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 75:3-8.
 
Hopkins, D.R., E. Ruiz-Tiben, P. Downs, P.C. Withers, Jr. & J.H. Maguire 2005 Dracunculiasis eradication: the final inch. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 73:669-675.
 
Hopkins, D.R., E. Ruiz-Tiben, P. Downs, P.C. Withers, Jr. & S. Roy 2008 Dracunculiasis eradication: Neglected no longer. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 79(4):474-479.
 
Jennings, C.D., B. Phommasack, B. Sourignadeth & B.H. Kay 1995 Aedes aegypti control in the Lao People's Democratic Republic, with reference to copepods. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 53(4):324-330.
 
Njepuome, N.A., D.R. Hopkins, F.O. Richards, Jr., I.N. Anagbogu, P.O. Pearce, M.M. Jibril, C. Okoronkwo, O.T. Sofola, P.C. Withers, Jr., E. Ruiz-Tiben, E.S. Miri, A. Eigege, E.C. Emukah, B.C. Nwobi & J.Y. Jiya 2009 Nigeria's war on terror: Fighting dracunculiasis, onchocerciasis, lymphatic filariasis, and schistosomiasis at the grassroots. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 80(5):691-698.
 
Miri, E.S., D.R. Hopkins, E. Ruiz-Tiben, A.S. Keana, P.C. Withers, Jr., I.N. Anagbogu, L.K. Sadiq, O.O. Kale, L.D. Edungbola, E.I. Braide, J.O. Ologe & C. Ityonzughul 2010 Nigeria's triumph: Dracunculiasis eradicated. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 83(2):215-225.
 
Kittayapong, P., S. Yoksan, U. Chansang, C. Chansang & A. Bhumiratana 2008 Suppression of dengue transmission by application of integrated vector control strategies at sero-positive GIS-based foci. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 78(1):70-76.
 
Griffith, D.C., L.A. Kelly-Hope & M.A. Miller 2006 Review of reported cholera outbreaks worldwide, 1995-2005. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 75:973-977.
 
Vu, S.N., T.Y. Nguyen, B.H. Kay, G.G. Marten & J.W. Reid 1998 Eradication of Aedes aegypti from a village in Vietnam, using copepods and community participation. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 59(4):657-660. (x.1998)
Wilson: paper
Vu, S.N., T.Y. Nguyen, M. Holynska, J.W. Reid & B.H. Kay 2000 National progress in dengue vector control in Vietnam: survey for Mesocyclops (Copepoda), Micronecta (Corixidae), and fish as biological control agents. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 61(1):5-10. (i.2000)
Wilson: paper
Vu, S.N., T.Y. Nguyen, V.P. Tran, U.N. Truong, Q.M. Le, V.L. Le, T.N. Le, L. Bektas, A. Briscombe, J.G. Aaskov, P.A. Ryan & B.H. Kay 2005 Elimination of dengue by community programs using Mesocyclops (Copepoda) against Aedes aegypti in Central Vietnam. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 72(1):67-73.
 
Kosiyachinda, P., A. Bhumiratana & P. Kittayapong 2003 Enhancement of the efficacy of a combination of Mesocyclops aspericornis and Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis by community-based products in controlling Aedes aegypti larvae in Thailand. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 69(2):206-212.
 
Barry, M. 2006 Slaying little dragons: lessons from the dracunculiasis eradication program. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 75:1-2.
 
Eberhard, M.L., E. Ruiz-Tiben, D.R. Hopkins, C.Farrell, F. Toe, A. Weiss, P.C. Withers Jr., M.H. Jenks, E.A. Thiele, J.A. Cotton, Z. Hance, N. Holroyd, V.A. Cama, M.A. Tahir & T. Mounda 2014

The peculiar epidemiology of dracunculiasis in Chad.

American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 90(1):61–70. doi:10.4269/ajtmh.13-0554
Wilson: PDF
Bangham, R.V. 1955 Studies on fish parasites of Lake Huron and Manitoulin Island. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 53:184-194. (i-1955).
Wilson: paper
Burris, J.E. 1980 Vertical migration of zooplankton in the Gulf of Finland. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 103(2):316-321, fig., tabs. 1-4. (29-iv-1980)
 
Cole, G.A. 1953 Notes on the vertical distribution of organisms in the profundal sediments of Douglas Lake, Michigan. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 49:252-256, tabs. 1-2. (i-1953)
Wilson: paper
Cole, G.A. 1955 An ecological study of the microbenthic fauna of two Minnesota lakes. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 53:213-230, fig. 1. (i-1955)
Wilson: paper
Cole, G.A. 1966 Contrasts among calanoid copepods from permanent and temporary ponds in Arizona. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 76:351-368, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-4. (x-1966).
Wilson: paper
Burr, B.M. & R.L. Mayden 1982 Life history of the brindled madtom Noturus miurus in Mill Creek, Illinois (Pisces: Ictaluridae). American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 107(1):25-41.
 
Cordes, L.E. & L.M. Page 1980 Feeding chronology and diet composition of two darters (Percidae) in the Iroquois River system, Illinois. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 104(1):202-206.
 
Cooney, J.D. & C.W. Gehrs 1980 Effects of varying food concentrations on reproduction in Diaptomus clavipes Schacht. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 104(1):63-69, tabs. 1-3. (28-viii-1980)
 
Confer, J.L. & G. Applegate 1979 Size-selective predation by zooplankton. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 102(2):378-383, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (31-x-1979)
 
Eisen, S. 1983 An alternative model based on random distributions for density-dependent regulation in host-parasite systems. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 109(2):230-239.
 
Ellsworth, P.M. 1980 A simple plankton sampler for use in shallow water. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 104(2):395-396, fig. 1. (12-xi-1980)
 
Elmore, J.L. 1983 The influence of temperature on egg development times of three species of Diaptomus from subtropical Florida. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 109(2):300-308, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (iv-1983)
 
Guberlet, J.E. 1936 Two new ectoparasitic trematodes from the sting ray Myliobatus californicus. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 17:954-964, figs.1-12.
 
Neldner, K.H. & R.W. Pennak 1955 Seasonal fauna variations in a Colorado alpine pond. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 53:419-430, figs. 1-4.
Wilson: paper
Lindeman, R.L. 1941 Seasonal food-cycle dynamics in a senescent lake. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 26:
 
Whitaker, J.O., Jr. & R.A. Schlueter 1975 Occurrence of the crustacean parasite, Lernaea cyprinacea, on fishes from the White River at Petersburg, Indiana. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 93(2):446-450, tabs. 1-4. (iv-1975)
Wilson: paper
Retallack, J.T. & H.F. Clifford 1980 Periodicity of crustaceans in a saline prairie stream of Alberta, Canada. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 103(1):123-132, figs. 1-5, tab. 1. (28-1-1980)
 
Wilson, C.B. 1935 Parasitic copepods from the Pacific coast. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 16(5):776-797, pls. 25-30. (11-x-1935)
Wilson: paper, PDF
Voth, D.R. & O.R. Larson 1968 Metazoan parasites of some fishes from Goose River, North Dakota. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 79:216-224. (i-1968)
Wilson: paper
Schram, M.D., A.V. Brown & D.C. Jackson 1990 Diel and seasonal drift of zooplankton in a headwater stream. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 123(1):135-143.
 
Marcogliese, D.J. 1995 Comparison of parasites of mummichogs and sticklebacks from brackish and freshwater ponds on Sable Island, Nova Scotia. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 133(2):333-343.
 
Marcogliese, D.J. & G.W. Esch 1992 Alterations of vertical distribution and migration of zooplankton in relation to temperature. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 128(1):139-155, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-7. (vii.1992)
Wilson: paper
Krull, W.H. 1935 Studies on the life history of Halipegus occidualis Stafford, 1905. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 16:129-142, pl. 4. (iii-1935)
 
Jackson, D.F. & W.A. Dence 1958 Primary productivity in a dichothermic lake. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 59(2):511-517.
 
Knight, A.W. & J.W. Gibbons 1968 Food of the painted turtle, Chrysemys picta, in a polluted river. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 80:558-562.
 
Mueller, J.F. 1936 Notes on some parasitic copepods and a mite, chiefly from Florida fresh water fishes. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 17:807-8l5, pls. 1-3. (ix-1936)
Wilson: paper
Bere, R. 1936 Parasitic copepods from Gulf of Mexico fish. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 17(3):577-625, pls. 1-12 with figs. 1-319. (v-1936)
Wilson: paper
Costa, R.R. & K.W. Cummins 1972 The contribution of Leptodora and other zooplankton to the diet of various fish. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 87(2):559-564, fig. 1, tabs. 1-3. (iv-1972)
 
Fee, E.J. & R.W. Drum 1965 Diatoms epizoic on copepods parasitising fishes in the Des Moines River, Iowa. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 74:318-324, fig. 1, tabs. 1-3. (x-1965)
 
Ferguson, F.F. & E. Ruffin Jones 1949 A survey of the shore-line fauna of the Norfolk Peninsula. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 41(2):436-446.
 
Williams, E.H. 2012 Long term effects of climate on two pond predators. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 167(2):336-343.
 
Petranka, J.W. & J.G. Petranka 1980 Selected aspects of the larval ecology of the marbled salamander Ambystoma opacum in the southern portion of its range. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 104(2):352-363.
 
Martin, D.B. & J.F. Novotny 1977 Zooplankton standing crops in the discharge of Lake Francis Case, 1966-1972. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 98(2):296-307, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-4. (23-xii-1977)
 
Hanek, G. & W. Threlfall 1971 Metazoan parasites of the twospine stickleback, Gasterosteus wheatlandi Putnam, 1867, in Newfoundland. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 85(1):275-276, tabs. 1-2. (i-1971)
 
Demaree, R.S. 1967 Ecology and external morphology of Lernaea cyprinacea. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 78:416-427, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-7. (x-1967)
 
Johnson, M.W. 1953 The copepod Cyclops dimorphus Kiefer from the Salton Sea. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 49(1):188-192, figs. 1-18. (i-1953)
Wilson: paper
DeBiase, A.E. & B.E. Taylor 1993 New occurrences of Eurytemora affinis and Epischura fluviatilis, freshwater calanoid copepod species of the family Temoridae, in South Carolina. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 130(2):386-392.
 
Ward, E.B. 1940 A seasonal population study of pond Entomostraca in the Cincinnati region. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 23:635-691, figs. 1-11. (v-1940)
Wilson: paper
Shostak, A.W. & T.A. Dick 1986 Effect of food intake by Cyclops bicuspidatus thomasi (Copepoda) on growth of procercoids of Triaenophorus crassus (Pseudophyllidae) and on host fecundity. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 115(2):225-233.
 
Humes, A.G. 1954 The specific validity of Epischura massachusettsensis Pearse (Copepoda: Calanoida). American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 52(1):154-158, figs. 1-20. (vii-1954)
Wilson: paper
Mahoney, D.L., M.A. Mort & B.E. Taylor 1990 Species richness of calanoid copepods, cladocerans and other branchiopods in Carolina Bay temporary ponds. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 123(2):244-258, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-4. (iv.1990)
 
MacGinitie, G.E. 1934 The natural history of Callianassa californiensis Dana. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 15(2):166-177.
Wilson: paper
MacGinitie, G.E. 1935 Ecological aspects of a California marine estuary. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 16(5):629-765, figs. 1-21. (ix-1935)
 
MacGinitie, G.E. 1937 Notes on the natural history of several marine Crustacea. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 18(6):1031-1036, pl. 1. (xi-1937)
Wilson: paper
MacGinitie, G.E. 1938 Notes on the natural history of some marine animals. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 199(1):207-219, 2pls.
 
MacGinitie, G.E. 1939 Littoral marine communities. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 21(1):28-55.
Wilson: paper
Dineen, C.F. 1953 An ecological study of a Minnesota pond. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 50(2):349-376, figs. 1-6. (x-1953)
 
Dowell, K.M. 1997 Evidence for diapause in the freshwater copepod Skistodiaptomus pallidus. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 137(2):362-368.
 
Gehrs, C.W. & B.D. Martin 1974 Production of resting eggs by Diaptomus clavipes Schacht (Copepoda, Calanoida). American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 91(2):486-488, tab. 1. (iv-1974)
 
Causey, D.L. 1957 Parasitic Copepoda from Louisiana fresh water fish. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 58(2):378-382, tab. 1. (x-1957)
Wilson: paper
Causey, D.L. 1961 The site of Udonella caligorum (Trematoda) upon parasitic copepod hosts. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 66(2):314-318, fig. 1. (x-1961)
 
Amin, O.M., J.S. Balsano & K.A. Pfalzgraf 1973 Lernaea cyprinacea Linn. (Copepoda: Crustacea) from Root River, Wisconsin, fishes. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 89(2):484-487, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2.
 
Pennak, R.W. 1943 Limnological variables in a Colorado mountain stream. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 29(1):186-199.
Wilson: paper
Tressler, W.L., T.S. Austin & E. Orban 1953 Seasonal variation of some limnological factors in Irondequoit Bay, New York. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 49(3):878-903.
Wilson: paper
Yeatman, H.C. 1944

American cyclopoid copepods of the viridis-vernalis group, (including a description of Cyclops carolinianus n. sp.).

American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 32(1):1-90, 17 figs., 2 tables (vii-1944)
Wilson: paper
Michaletz, P.H., D.B. Unkenholz & C.C. Stone 1987 Prey size selectivity and food partitioning among zooplanktivorous ago-0 fishes in Lake Francis Case, South Dakota. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 117(1):126-138.
 
Adams, A.M. 1985

Infestation of Fundulus kansae (Garman) (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae) by the copepod Lernaea cyprinacea Linnaeus, 1758, in the South Platte River, Nebraska.

American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 112(1):131-137, tab. 1.
 
Wilson, J.N. 1958 The limnology of certain prairie lakes in Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 59(2):418-437.
Wilson: paper
Peckham, R.S. & C.F. Dineen 1953 Summer plankton of Lake Amatitlan, Guatemala. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 50(2):337-381. (x-1953)
Wilson: paper
Roberts, M.E., B.M. Burr, M.R. Whiles & V.J. Santucci, Jr. 2006 Reproductive ecology and food habits of the blacknose shiner, Notropis heterolepis, in northern Illinois. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 155(1):70-83.
 
Robertson, A. 1975 A new species of Diaptomus (Copepoda, Calanoida) from Oklahoma and Texas. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 93(1):206-214, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-3. (i-1975)
Wilson: paper
Miller, T., D. Cassill, C. Johnson, C. Kindell, J. Leips. D. McInnes, T. Bevis, D. Mehlman & B. Richard 1994 Intraspecific and interspecific competition of Wyeomyia smithii (Coq.) (Culicidae) in pitcher plant communities. American Midland Naturalist, Notre Dame, Indiana
Volume: 131(1):136-145. (11.ii.1994)
Wilson: paper
Armstrong, J.C. 1949 The systematic position of the crustacean Genus Derocheilocaris and the status of the Subclass Mystacocarida. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 1413:1-6.
Wilson: paper
Walters, V. 1953 Notes on fishes from Prince Patrick and Ellesmere Islands, Canada. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 1643:1-17. (p.5 parasitic copepod)
 
Johnsson, R., C.E.F. Rocha & C.B. Boyko 2002 A new species of Cryptopontius (Crustacea: Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida) from Easter Island. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 3370: 1-8.
Wilson: paper
Dudley, P.L. 1964 Some gastrodelphyid copepods from the Pacific coast of North America. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 2194:1-51, figs. 1-16. (29-ix-1964)
Wilson: paper
Wilson, C.B. 1923 A new species of parasitic copepod from Florida. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 80:1-4, figs. 1-15. (22-vi-1923)
Wilson: paper
Wilson, C.B. 1923

A new genus and species of parasitic copepod from lower California.

American Museum Novitates
Volume: 81:1-4, figs. 1-9. (22-vi-1923)
Wilson: paper, PDF
Nigrelli, R.F. 1938 Parasites of the swordfish, Xiphias Gladius Linnaeus. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 996:1-16.
Wilson: paper
Hutchinson, G.E. 1961 The paradox of the plankton. American Naturalist
Volume: 95(882):137-145.
 
Huntley, M.E. 1996 Temperature and copepod production in the sea: A reply. American Naturalist
Volume: 148(2): 407-420.
 
Huntley, M.E. & C. Boyd 1984 Food-limited growth of marine zooplankton. American Naturalist
Volume: 124(4):455-478.
Wilson: paper
Huntley, M.E. & M.D.G. Lopez 1992 Temperature-dependent production of marine copepods: a global synthesis. American Naturalist
Volume: 140(2):201-242.
 
Ellner, S.P. & N.G. Hairston, Jr. 1994 Role of overlapping generations in maintaining genetic variation in a fluctuating environment. American Naturalist
Volume: 143(3):403-417.
 
Cope, E.D. 1872 On the Wyandotte Cave and its fauna. American Naturalist
Volume: 6:406-422, figs. 109-116. (vii-1872) (have partial reprint.)
Wilson: paper
Schellekens, T., A.M. de Roos & L. Persson 2010 Ontogenetic diet shifts result in niche partitioning between two consumer species irrespective of competitive abilities. American Naturalist
Volume: 176(5):625-637.
 
Krkosek, M., J. Ashander, L.N. Frazer & M.A. Lewis 2013 Allee effect from parasite spill-back. American Naturalist
Volume: 182(5):640-652.
 
Whipple, G.C. 1897 Biological studies in Massachusetts No. 1. American Naturalist
Volume: 31:503-508, 2 pls.
 
Williams, L.W. 1906

Notes on marine Copepoda of Rhode Island.

American Naturalist
Volume: 40(477):639-660, figs.1-23. (ix-1906)
Wilson: paper
Gissler, C.F. 1881 Note regarding change of colour in Diaptomus sanguineus. American Naturalist
Volume: 15(9):742. (ix-1881)
 
Gissler, C.F. 1881 Variations in a copepod crustacean. American Naturalist
Volume: 15:689-698.
Wilson: paper
Gissler, C.F. 1883 A new parasitic copepod crustacean. American Naturalist
Volume: 17:885-887, figs. 1-10. (viii-1883)
 
Roelke, D.L., S. Augustine & Y. Buyukates 2003 Fundamental predictability in multispecies competition: the influence of large disturbance. American Naturalist
Volume: 162:615-623.
 
Steiner, C.F., C.E. Caceres & S.D.P. Smith 2007 Resurrecting the ghost of competition past with dormant zooplankton eggs. American Naturalist
Volume: 169(3):416-422.
 
Verrill, A.E. 1870 On the parasitic habits of Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 3:239-250.
Wilson: paper
Krkosek, M., B.M. Connors, M.A. Lewis & R. Poulin 2012 Allee effects may slow the spread of parasites in a coastal marine ecosystem. American Naturalist
Volume: 179(3):401-412.
 
Forster, J., A.G. Hirst & G. Woodward 2011 Growth and development rates have different thermal responses. American Naturalist
Volume: 178(5):668-678.
 
Fasten, N. 1921

Studies on parasitic copepods of the genus Salmincola.

American Naturalist
Volume: 55(640):449-456. (ix/x-1921)
Wilson: paper
Greene, C.H. 1986 Patterns of prey selection: implications of predator foraging tactics. American Naturalist
Volume: 128(6):824-839.
 
Field, G.W. 1898 Methods in planktology. American Naturalist
Volume: 32:735-745.
 
Burton, R.S., C.K. Ellison & J.S. Harrison 2006 The sorry state of F2 hybrids: consequences of rapid mitochondrial DNA evolution in allopatric populations. American Naturalist
Volume: 168(Suppl. 6):S14-S24.
 
Beneden, E. Van 1880 On the circulation in parasitic copepods. American Naturalist
Volume: 14:603.
 
Mozley, A. 1932 A biological study of a temporary pond in Western Canada. American Naturalist
Volume: 66:235-249. (copepods pp.241,244)
Wilson: paper
Kleppel, G.S., C.S. Davis & K. Carter 1996 Temperature and copepod growth in the sea: A comment on the temperature-dependent model of Huntley and Lopez. American Naturalist
Volume: 148(2):397-406.
 
McCauley, E. & W.W. Murdoch 1987 Cyclic and stable populations: Plankton as paradigm. American Naturalist
Volume: 129(1):97-121.
 
McLaren, I.A. 1974 Demographic strategy of vertical migration by a marine copepod. American Naturalist
Volume: 108(959):91-102, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1, 1A, appendix. (31-xii-1974).
 
Cushman, J.A. 1906 Additional records for New England Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 40:141-142.
 
Beal, F.E.L. 1881 A shower of Cyclops quadricornis. American Naturalist
Volume: 15:736-737.
Wilson: paper
Bolnick, D.I., R. Svanbäck, J.A. Fordyce, L.H. Yang, J.M. Davis, C.D. Hulsey & M.L. Forister 2003 The ecology of individuals: incidence and implications of individual specialization. American Naturalist
Volume: 161:1-28.
 
Herrick, C.L. 1879 Fresh-water Entomostraca. American Naturalist
Volume: 13:620-624, 4 pls.
 
Herrick, C.L. 1883 A blind copepod of the family Harpacticidae. American Naturalist
Volume: 17(2):206-207.
 
Herrick, C.L. 1883 Heterogenesis in the copepod Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 17(2):208-211. (ii-1883)
 
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Sars, G.O. 1901

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts I & II. Calanidae, Eucalanidae, Paracalanidae , Pseudocalanidae, Aetideidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum
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Sars, G.O. 1902

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts XI & XII, Heterorhabdidae (continued), Arietellidae, Pseudocyclopidae, Candaciidae, Pontellidae.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum
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Sars, G.O. 1902

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts IX & X, Temoridae, Metridiidae, Heterorhabdidae.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum
Volume: 4: 97-120, pls. 65-80. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1902

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts V & VI, Scolecithricidae, Stephidae, Tharybidae, Pseudocyclopiidae.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum
Volume: 4: 49-72, pls. 33-48. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1902

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts VII & VIII, Centropagidae, Diaptomidae.

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Volume: 4:73-96, pls. 49-64. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1902

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts III & IV, Aetideidae (concluded), Euchaetidae, Phaennidae.

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Volume: 4:27-48, pls. 17-96. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1903

Copepoda Calanoida, Parts XIII & XIV, Parapontellidae, Acartiidae, supplement.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum
Volume: 4:145-171, pls. 97-102, suppl. pls. 1-6. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1906

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XI & XII. Thalestridae (continued), Diosaccidae (part).

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Volume: 5:133-156, pls. 81-96. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1906

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XIII & XIV. Diosaccidae (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:157-172, pls. 97-112. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1906

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XV & XVI. Diosaccidae (concluded), Canthocamptidae (part).

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Volume: 5:173-196, pls. 113-128. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1907

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XVII & XVIII. Canthocamptidae (continued).

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Sars, G.O. 1907

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XIX & XX. Canthocamptidae (concluded), Laophontidae (part).

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Volume: 5:221-240, pls. 145-160. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1908

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXI & XXII. Laophontidae (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
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Sars, G.O. 1908

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXIII & XXIV. Laophontidae (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:257-276, pls. 177-192. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1909

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXV & XXVI. Laophontidae (concluded), Cletodidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:277-304, pls. 193-208. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1909

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXVII & XXVIII. Cletodidae (concluded), Anchorabolidae, Cylindropsyllidae, Tachidiidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:305-336, pls. 209-224. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1910

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXIX & XXX. Tachidiidae (concluded), Metidae, Balaenophilidae, supplement (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:337-368, pls. 225-230, suppl. pls. 1-10. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1911

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXXI & XXXII. Supplement (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
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Sars, G.O. 1911

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXXIII & XXXIV. Supplement (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:397-420, suppl. pls. 27-42. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1911

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts XXXV & XXXVI. Supplement (concluded), index, etc.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 5:421-449, i-xiv (text), i-xii (plates), title of text and of plates, suppl. pls. 43-54. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1917

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts XI & XII. Clausidiidae, Lichomolgidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 6:141-172, pls. 81-96. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1918

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts XIII & XIV. Lichomolgidae (concluded), Oncaeidae, Corycaeidae, Ergasilidae, Clausiidae, Eunicicolidae, Supplement.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 6: title-page, i-xiii, 173-225, pls. 97-118. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1919

Copepoda Supplement. Parts I & II. Calanoida, Harpacticoida (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 7:1-24, pls. 1-16. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1915

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts IX & X. Ascomyzontidae (concluded), Aconthiophoridae, Myzopontiidae, Dyspontiidae, Artotrogidae, Cancerillidae.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 6:105-140, pls. 65-80. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1913

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts I & II. Oithonidae, Cyclopinidae, Cyclopidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 6:1-32, pls. 1-16. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1913

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts III & IV. Cyclopidae (continued).

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Sars, G.O. 1914

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts V & VI. Cyclopidae (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
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Sars, G.O. 1914

Copepoda Cyclopoida. Parts VII & VIII. Cyclopidae (concluded), Ascomyzontidae.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 6:81-104, pls. 49-64. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1920

Copepoda Supplement. Parts III & IV. Harpacticoida (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 7:25-52, pls. 17-32. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1920

Copepoda Supplement. Parts V & VI. Harpacticoida (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 7:53-72, pls. 33-48. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1920

Copepoda Supplement. Parts VII & VIII. Harpacticoida (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 7:73-92, pls. 49-64. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1921

Copepoda Supplement. Parts IX & X. Harpacticoida (concluded), Cyclopoida.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 7: title-page, preface, 93-121, pls. 65-76. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1921

Copepoda Monstrilloida and Notodelphyoida. Parts I & II. Thaumatopsyllidae, Monstrillidae, Notodelphyidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 8:1-32, pls. 1-16. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1921

Copepoda Monstrilloida and Notodelphyoida. Parts III & IV. Notodelphyidae (concluded), Doropygidae, Buproridae, Ascidicolidae).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 8:33-68, pls. 17-32. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1921

Copepoda Monstrilloida and Notodelphyoida. Parts V & VI. Botryllophilidae, Enterocolidae, Supplement.

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum, Bergen
Volume: 8:69-91, index, title, preface, pls. 33-37. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1905

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts IX & X. Thalestridae (continued).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum.
Volume: 5:109-132, pls. 65-80. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1905

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts VII & VIII. Idyidae (continued), Thalestridae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum.
Volume: 5:81-108, pls. 49-64. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1903

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts I & II, Misophriidae, Longipediidae, Cerviniidae, Ectinosomidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum.
Volume: 5:1-28, pls. 1-16. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1904

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts V & VI. Harpacticidae (concluded), Peltidiidae, Tegastidae, Porcellidiidae, Idyidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museum.
Volume: 5:57-80, pls. 33-48. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Sars, G.O. 1904

Copepoda Harpacticoida. Parts III & IV. Ectinosomidae, Harpacticidae (part).

An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, with short descriptions and figures of all the species. Bergen Museumn
Volume: 5:29-56, pls. 17-32. SIL QL441.4 .S24
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Needham, J.G. & J.T. Lloyd 1916 Life of Inland Waters. An Elementary Text-Book of Freshwater Biology for American Students. New York
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Wright, S. 1935

Three new species of Diaptomus from northeast Brazil.

Anaes da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
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Wright, S. 1936

Preliminary report on six new species of Diaptomus from Brazil.

Anaes da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
Volume: 8(2):79-85, pls. 1-2.(30-vi-1936)
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Wright, S. 1936

A revision of the South American species of Pseudodiaptomus.

Anaes da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
Volume: 8(1):1-24, pls. 1-3. (31-iii-1936)
Wilson: paper
Wright, S. 1937

Two new species of Pseudodiaptomus.

Anaes da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
Volume: 9(2):155-162, pls. 1-2. (20-vi-1937)
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Wright, S. 1937

A review of some species of Diaptomus from Sao Paulo.

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