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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.)
Wilson: paper
Thatcher, V.E. 1991 Amazon fish parasites. Amazoniana
Volume: 11(3-4):263-571.
Wilson: paper
Thatcher, V.E. 2000 Perulernaea pirapitingae n.sp. (Copepoda: Lernaeidae) a parasite of the serrasalmid fish, Piaractus brachypomus from the Meta River, Colombia. Amazoniana
Volume: 16(1-2):249-257.
Wilson: paper
Thatcher, V.E. & V. Paredes 1985 A parasitic copepod, Perulernaea gamitanae gen. et sp. nov. (Cyclopoida: Lernaeidae), from the nasal fossae of a Peruvian Amazon food fish. Amazoniana
Volume: 9(2):169-175, figs. 1-14. (vi-1985, Portuguese summary.)
Wilson: paper
Thatcher, V.E. & V. Paredes 1985 A parasitic copepod, Amplexibranchius bryconis gen. et sp. nov. (Ergasilidae: Acusicolinae), from an Amazonian fish and remarks on the importance of leg morphology in this subfamily. Amazoniana
Volume: 9(2):205-214, figs. 1-23, tabs. 1-3. (vi-1985, Portuguese summary.)
Wilson: paper
Magalhaes, C., J.C.O. Malta, B. Robertson & A. Varella 1988 A catalogue of type specimens of Crustacea in the Invertebrate Collection of the Instituto Nacional de Pescuisas da Amazonia, Manaus, Brazil up to January, 1988. Amazoniana
Volume: 10(3):267-282.
Wilson: paper
Malta, J.C.O. & A. Varella 1986 Ergasilus holobryconis sp. n., crustáceo parasita de Holobrycon pesu (Müller & Troschell), um peixe da Amazônia brasileira (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida: Ergasilidae). Amazoniana
Volume: 10(1):41-48, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-2. (xii.1986, English summary)
Wilson: paper
Kiefer, F. 1967

Zwei weitere Parastenocaris-Arten (Copepoda Harpacticoida) aus dem mittleren Amazonas-Gebiet.

Amazoniana
Volume: 1(2):131-134, figs.1-24. (may 1967)
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Kiefer, F. 1968 Zwei weitere Parastenocaris-Arten (Copepoda Harpacticoida) aus dem mittleren Amazonas-Gebiet. Amazoniana
Volume: 1(3):257-258, figs. 1-14. (i-1968)
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Malta, J.C.O. & E.N.S. Silva 1986 Argulus amazonicus n. sp., crustáceo parasito de peixes da Amazônia brasileira (Branchiura: Argulidae). Amazoniana
Volume: 9(4):485-492, figs.1-10.
Wilson: paper
Carneiro, L.S., R.L. Bozelli & F.A. Esteves 2003 Long-term changes in the density of the copepod community in an Amazonian lake impacted by bauxite tailings. Amazoniana
Volume: 17(3/4):553-566.
 
Hardy, E.R., B. Robertson & W. Koste 1984 About the relationship between the zooplankton and fluctuating water levels of Lago Camaleao, a central Amazonian várzea lake. Amazoniana
Volume: 9(1):43-52, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (xii-1984, Portuguese summary).
Wilson: paper
Noodt, W. 1973 Artenreichtum und Monardschen Prinzip bei Crustacea des Limnopsammons der Neotropis. Amazoniana
Volume: 4(3):255-261. (xi-1973) (English translation by J.W.Reid.)
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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
Volume: 10(1):49-56, figs. 1-15, tabs. 1-3. (vii.1986, 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)
Wilson: paper
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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Resmi, S. & K.V. Jayachandran 2014

First report of Mesocyclops parentium Holynska, 1997 (Copepoda : Cyclopidae) from subterranean water source of Kerala, India and a checklist of such copepods.

Ambient Science, Published by: National Cave Research and Protection Organization, India
Volume: 1(2):47-55. ISSN- 2348 5191 (Print) & 2348 8980(Electronic)
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Pereira Sousa, A.P., A. Vasco Nascimento, F.B. Britto, A.V. Mello Junior & E.M. Nougueira de Souza. 2011 Biodiversity and community structure of zooplankton in the Sub-basin of Rio Poxim, Sergipe, Brazil. Biodiversidade e estrutura da comunidade zooplanctonica na Sub- bacia Hidrografica do Rio Poxim, Sergipe, Brasil. Ambiente and Agua
Volume: 6(2):191-205. (Portuguese)
 
Martínez, C.C. & S.M. Frutos 1986 Fluctuación temporal del zooplancton en arroyos y esteros del Chaco oriental (Argentina). Ambiente Subtropical
Volume: 1:112-133.
 
Frutos, S.M. 1993 Zooplancton en cuerpos de agua isleños del Bajo Paraná. Ambiente Subtropical
Volume: 3:87-121.
 
Valls, L., A. Castillo-Escriva, F. Mesquita-Joanes & X. Armengol 2016 Human-mediated dispersal of aquatic invertebrates with waterproof footwear. Ambio
Volume: 45 (1):99-109. 10.1007/s13280-015-0689-x FEB 2016
 
Karjalainen, M., J. Engström-Öst, S. Korpinen, H. Peltonen, J.-P. Pääkkönen, S. Rönkkönen, S. Suikkanen & M. Viitasalo 2007 Ecosystem consequences of cyanobacteria in the northern Baltic Sea. Ambio
Volume: 36(2):195-202.
 
Ndaro, S.G.M. & E. Olafsson 1995 A note on the selection of meiobenthic prey by Gerres oyena in a tropical lagoon in eastern Africa. Ambio
Volume: 24(7-8):517-519.
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Ndaro, S.G.M., S. Sjöling & E. Olafsson 1995 Small-scale variation in major meiufauna taxa and sediment chemistry in tropical sediments. Ambio
Volume: 24(7-8):470-474.
 
Walseng, B., N.D. Yan & A.K. Schartau 2003 Littoral microcrustacean (Cladocera and Copepoda) indicators of acidification in Canadian shield lakes. Ambio
Volume: 32(3): 208-213
 
Finni, T., S. Laurila & S. Laakkonen 2001 The history of eutrophication in the sea area of Helsinki in the 20th Century: Long-term analysis of plankton assemblages. Ambio
Volume: 30(4):264-271.
 
Koponen, K., M.S. Myers, O. Ritola, S.E. Huuskonen & P. Lindstrom-Seppa 2001 Histopathology of feral fish from a PCB-contaminated freshwater lake. Ambio
Volume: 30(3):122-126.
 
Dumont, H.J. & G.M. El-Shabrawy 2007 Lake Borullus of the Nile Delta: A short history and an uncertain future. Ambio
Volume: 36(8): 677-682.
 
Holt, C.A. & N.D. Yan 2003 Recovery of crustacean zooplankton communities from acidification in Killarney Park, Ontario, 1971-2000: pH 6 as a recovery goal. Ambio
Volume: 32(3): 203-207
 
Josefsson, M. & B. Andersson 2001 The environmental consequences of alien species in the Swedish lakes Malaren, Hjalmaren, Vanern and Vattern. Ambio
Volume: 30 (8): 514-521.
 
Breitholtz, M., C. Hill & B.E. Bengtsson 2001 Toxic substances and reproduction disturbances in Baltic Sea fish and crustaceans. Ambio
Volume: 30(4-5):210-216.
 
Schindler, D.E. 2000 Aquatic problems caused by human activities in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Ambio
Volume: 29(7):401-407.
 
Karlson, A.M.L., J. Duberg, N.H. Motwani, H. Hogfors, I. Klawonn, H. Ploug, J.B. Sveden, A. Garbaras, B. Sundelin, S. Hajdu, U. Larsson, R. Elmgren & E. Gorokhova 2015 Nitrogen fixation by cyanobacteria stimulates production in Baltic food webs. Ambio, A Journal of the Human Environment
Volume: 44:S413-S426. 3 SI 10.1007/s13280-015-0660-x JUN 2015
 
Primakov, I.M. & P. Nikolaenko 2001 Plankton communities in the Neva Bay during the 20th Century. Ambio: A Journal of the Human Environment
Volume: 30(4):292-296.
 
Borromei, A.M. & M. Quattrocchio 2007 Holocene sea-level change inferred from palynological data in the Beagle Channel, southern Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Cambios del nivel del mar holocenos inferidos a partir de datos palinológicos en el canal Beagle, sur de Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Ameghiniana
Volume: 44(1):161-171. [In English; abstract in Spanish.]
 
Borel, C.M. 2007 Algas no siliceas y acritarcos de depositos costeros holocenos en el arroyo La Ballenera, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Non siliceous algae and acritarchs from the Holocene coastal deposits at the La Ballenera Creek, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ameghiniana.
Volume: 44(2): 359-366. (Spanish)
 
Copes, F.A. 1986 The Iowa Darter Etheostoma exile. American Currents
Volume: 4:2-10.
 
Hoffman, G.L. 1984 Salmincola californiensis continues the march eastward. American Fisheries Society Newsletter (Fish Health Section)
Volume: 12:4
 
McLaughlin, P.A., D.K. Camp, M.V. Angel, E.L. Bousfield, P. Brunel, R.C. Brusca, A.C. Cohen, K. Conlan, L.G. Eldredge, D.L. Felder, J.W. Goy, T. Haney, B. Hann, R.W. Heard, E.A. Hendrycks, H.H. Hobbs III, J.R. Holsinger, B. Kensley, D.R. Laubitz, S.E. LeCroy, R. Lemaitre, R.F. Maddocks, J.W. Martin, P. Mikkelsen, E. Nelson, W.A. Newman, R.M. Overstreet, W.J. Poly, W.W. Price, J.W. Reid, A. Robertson, D.C. Rogers, A. Ross, M. Schotte, F.R. Schram, C.T. Shih, L. Watling & G.D.F. Wilson 2005 Common and Scientific Names of Aquatic Invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Crustaceans. American Fisheries Society Special Publication
Volume: 31. 545 pp. plus index. ISBN 1-888569-64-6
Wilson: paper, PDF
Cheng, T.C. 1988 Strategies employed by parasites of marine bivalves to effect successful establishment in hosts. American Fisheries Society Special Publication
Volume: 18:112-129.
 
Smith, N.A., R.E. Condrey & B.C. Reed 2009 The Feeding Ecology of Paddlefish in the Mermentau River, Louisiana. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 66:51-62.
 
Nesler, W.D. & E.P. Bergensen (eds.) 1991 Mysida in fisheries: Hard lessons from headlong introductions. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 9:1-199. (ix.1991)
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Lee, C.C., H.W. Chen, K.T. Shao & C.C. Hsu 2008 Feeding ecology of three congeneric grenadiers in waters of northeastern Taiwan. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 63:185-201.
 
Celewycz, A.G. & A.C. Wertheimer 1996 Prey availability to juvenile salmon after the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 18:564-577.
 
Wertheimer, A.C., N.J. Bax, A.G. Celewycz, M.G. Carls & J.H. Landingham 1996 Harpacticoid copepod abundance and population structure in Prince William Sound, one year after the Exxon Valdez oil spill. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 18:551-563.
 
Sturdevant, M.V., A. Wertheimer & J.L. Lum 1996 Diets of juvenile pink and chum salmon in oiled and non-oiled nearshore habitats in Prince William Sound, 1989 and 1990. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 18:578-592.
 
Fleeger, J.W., T.C. Shirley, M.G. Carls & M.A. Todaro 1996 Meiofaunal recolonization experiment with oiled sediments. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 18:271-285.
 
Hop, H., H.E. Welch & R.E. Crawford 1997 Population structure and feeding ecology of arctic cod schools in the Canadian high arctic. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 19:68-80.
 
Koksvik, J.I., H. Reinertsen & A. Langeland 1991 Change in plankton biomass and species composition in Lake Jonsvatn, Norway, following the establishment of Mysis relicta. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Volume: 9:115-125.
 
Trudel, M., S.R.M. Jones, M.E. Thiess, J.F.T. Morris, D.W. Welch, R.M. Sweeting, J.H. Moss, B.L. Wing, E.V. Farley, Jr., J.M. Murphy, R.E. Baldwin & K.C. Jacobson 2006 Infestation of motile salmon lice on Pacific salmon along the west coast of North America. American Fisheries Society Symposium Series
Volume: 57:157-182.
 
Hardy, R., V.L. Paragamian & M.D. Neufeld 2008 Zooplankton communities and burbot relative abundance of some oligotrophic lakes of Idaho, USA and British Columbia, Canada. American Fisheries Society Symposium, Conference
Volume: 59:79-90.
 
Trudel, M., S.R.M. Jones, M.E. Thiess, J.F.T. Morris, D.W. Welch, R.M. Sweeting, J.H. Moss, B.L. Wing, R.E. Baldwin & K.C. Jacobson 2007 Infestations of motile salmon lice on Pacific salmon along the west coast of North America. American Fisheries Society Symposium.
Volume: 57: 157-182.
 
Ferdous, Z. & A.K.M. Muktadir 2009 A review: Potentiality of zooplankton as bioindicator. American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume: 6(10):1815-1819.
 
Martone, P.T., L. Kost & M. Boller 2012 Drag reduction in wave-swept macroalgae: alternative strategies and new predictions. American Journal of Botany
Volume: 99(5): 806-815.
 
Richards, J.H. 2001

Bladder function in Utricularia purpurea (Lentibulariaceae): is carnivory important?

American Journal of Botany
Volume: 88:170-176.
 
Ghazy, M.M. El-Deeb, W.M. El-Senousy, A.M. Abdel-Aatty & M. Kamel 2008 Performance evaluation of a waste stabilization pond in a rural area in Egypt. American Journal of Environmental Sciences
Volume: 4(4):316-326.
 
Weber-Scannell, P.K. & L.K. Duffy 2007 Effects of total dissolved solids on aquatic organisms: A review of literature and recommendation for salmonid species. American Journal of Environmental Sciences
Volume: 3(1):1-6.
 
Coggeshall, L.T. 1926 Relationship of plankton to anopheline larvae. American Journal of Hygiene
Volume: 6(4):556-569.
 
Li, H.C. 1929 The life history of Diphyllobothrium decipiens and D. erinacei. American Journal of Hygiene
Volume: 10:527-550, pls. 12-16, tabs. 1-8. (xi-1929).
 
Kellicott, D.S. 1877 Description of a new species of Argulus. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 3:1-3.
 
Kellicott, D.S. 1878 Notes on the microscopic life in the Buffalo water supply. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 3(11):250-252.
 
Kellicott, D.S. 1879 Argulus lepidostei, male. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 4:153-155.
 
Kellicott, D.S. 1879 Observations on Lerneocera cruciata. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 4(10-12):192-194. (x/xii-1879)
 
Kellicott, D.S. 1879 On certain Crustacea, parasitic on fish from the Great Lakes. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 4(10-12):208-210. (x/xii-1879)
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Kellicott, D.S. 1880 Argulus stizostethii, n. s. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 5(3):53-58.
Wilson: paper
Vorce, C.M. 1880 The minute forms of life in the waters of the lakes. American Journal of Microscopy and Popular Science, New York
Volume: 5(12):263-265.
 
Esterly, C.O. 1907 The reactions of Cyclops to light and gravity. American Journal of Physiology
Volume: 18(1):47-57, tabs. 1-3. (1-ii-1907)
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Yerkes, R.M. 1899 Reaction of Entomostraca to stimulation by light. American Journal of Physiology
Volume: 3(4):157-182, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-11. (1-xi-1899)
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Deevey, E.S., Jr. 1940 Limnological studies in Connecticut. V. A contribution to regional limnology. American Journal of Science
Volume: 238:717-741. (x-1940)
 
Harris, T. 1839 A new species of Argulus. American Journal of Science
Volume: 36:393.
 
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.
 
Dana, J.D. 1849 Conspectus crustaceorum, quae in orbis terrarum circumnavigatione, Carolo Wilkes, e classe Reipublicae foederatae duce, lexit et descripsit Jacobus D. Dana. Pars II. American Journal of Science
Volume: 2(8)23:276-285, 424-428.
 
Dana, J.D. & E.C. Herrick 1837 Description of the Argulus catostomi, a new parasitic Crustaceous animal. American Journal of Science
Volume: 31(2):297-308, figs. 1-11.
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De Kay, J.E. 1822 Observations on the 'Pennatule flèche' (P. sagitta of LaMarck) in the Cabinet of Dr. Mitchell. American Journal of Science
Volume: 4:87-89, fig. 1. (Marked x-1821, which seems to be incorrect).
 
Whiteaves, J.F. 1874 On recent deep-sea dredging operations in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. American Journal of Science
Volume: 7(3):210-219.
 
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)
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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.
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Dana, J.D. 1846

Notice of some genera of Cyclopacea.

American Journal of Science and Arts, 2nd Series
Volume: 1(2):225-230.
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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)
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Dana, J.D. 1855 On the geographical distribution of Crustacea. American Journal of Science, 2d. series
Volume: 19:6-15 (i-1855)
 
Dana, J.D. 1850 Eyes of Sapphirina, Corycaeus, etc. American Journal of Science, 2d. series
Volume: 9:129-133.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Nathavitharana, R.R., K. Fleischmann-Rose, D.S. Yassa, M.D. Wertheimer & C.D. Alonso 2015 Case Report: An unusual cause of a breast mass in a patient from China. American Journal Of Tropical Medicine And Hygiene
Volume: 93(2):347-349. 10.4269/ajtmh.15-0235 AUG 2015
 
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.
 
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.
 
Eberhard, M.L., E.A. Thiele, G.E. Yembo, M.S. Yibi, V.A. Cama & E. Ruiz-Tiben 2015

Case Report: Thirty-seven human cases of Sparganosis from Ethiopia and South Sudan caused by Spirometra ssp.

American Journal Of Tropical Medicine And Hygiene
Volume: 93(2):350-355. 10.4269/ajtmh.15-0236 AUG 2015
 
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.
 
Barry, M. 2006 Slaying little dragons: lessons from the dracunculiasis eradication program. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Volume: 75:1-2.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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)
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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)
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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.
 
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
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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Causey, D.L. 1957 Parasitic Copepoda from Louisiana fresh water fish. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 58(2):378-382, tab. 1. (x-1957)
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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)
 
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)
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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
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
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)
 
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
Lindeman, R.L. 1941 Seasonal food-cycle dynamics in a senescent lake. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 26:
 
Guberlet, J.E. 1936 Two new ectoparasitic trematodes from the sting ray Myliobatus californicus. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 17:954-964, figs.1-12.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
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
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)
 
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.
 
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
Wilson, J.N. 1958 The limnology of certain prairie lakes in Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 59(2):418-437.
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
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.
 
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
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.
 
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)
 
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)
 
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)
 
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.
 
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)
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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.
 
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.
 
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)
 
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.
 
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)
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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)
 
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.
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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.
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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)
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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.
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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)
 
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.
 
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)
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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).
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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)
 
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.
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Pennak, R.W. 1943 Limnological variables in a Colorado mountain stream. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 29(1):186-199.
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)
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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)
 
Williams, E.H. 2012 Long term effects of climate on two pond predators. American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 167(2):336-343.
 
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)
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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)
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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.
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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.
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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)
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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)
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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)
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Walters, V. 1953 Notes on fishes from Prince Patrick and Ellesmere Islands, Canada. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 1643:1-17. (p.5 parasitic copepod)
 
Nigrelli, R.F. 1938 Parasites of the swordfish, Xiphias Gladius Linnaeus. American Museum Novitates
Volume: 996:1-16.
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Marsh, C.D. 1894 On the vertical distribution of pelagic Crustacea in Green Lake, Wisconsin. American Naturalist
Volume: 28(333):807-809.
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Jeffries, H.P. 1979 Biochemical correlates of seasonal change in marine communities. American Naturalist
Volume: 113(5):643-658, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (v-1979)
 
Beneden, E. Van 1880 On the circulation in parasitic copepods. American Naturalist
Volume: 14:603.
 
Krkosek, M., J. Ashander, L.N. Frazer & M.A. Lewis 2013 Allee effect from parasite spill-back. American Naturalist
Volume: 182(5):640-652.
 
Verrill, A.E. 1870 On the parasitic habits of Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 3:239-250.
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Porter, K.G. & J.W. Porter 1979 Bioluminescence in marine plankton: a coevolved antipredation system. American Naturalist
Volume: 114(3):458-361. (xi-1979)
 
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.
 
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Volume: 178(4):E85-E95.
 
Forster, J., A.G. Hirst & G. Woodward 2011 Growth and development rates have different thermal responses. American Naturalist
Volume: 178(5):668-678.
 
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Volume: 143(3):403-417.
 
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.
 
Kelly, M.W., R.K. Grosberg & E. Sanford 2013 Trade-offs, geography, and limits to thermal adaptation in a tide pool copepod. American Naturalist
Volume: 181(6):846-854. 10.1086/670336
 
Herrick, C.L. 1879 Fresh-water Entomostraca. American Naturalist
Volume: 13:620-624, 4 pls.
 
Herrick, C.L. 1882 Habits of fresh water Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 16(10):813-816.
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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)
 
Herrick, C.L. 1883 Heterogenetic development in Diaptomus. American Naturalist
Volume: 17:381-389, pls. 5-6; 499-505, pl. 7. (iv & v-1883)
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Herrick, C.L. 1883 Heterogenetic development in Diaptomus, etc., corrections. American Naturalist
Volume: 17:794-795.
 
Hessen, D.O. 1992 Nutrient element limitation of zooplankton production. American Naturalist
Volume: 140(5):799-814.
 
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Volume: 179(3):401-412.
 
Pearse, A.S. 1927 The migration of animals from the ocean into freshwater and land habitats. American Naturalist
Volume: 61(676):466-477. (x-1927)
 
Pearse, A.S. 1906

Fresh-water Copepoda of Massachusetts.

American Naturalist
Volume: 40(472):241-251, figs. 1-9. (iv.1906)
Wilson: paper
Pearse, A.S. 1904 A new species of Diaptomus from Mexico. American Naturalist
Volume: 38:889-891, figs. 1-4. (Xi-Xii-1904)
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Somme, J.D. 1933 A possible relation between the production of animal plankton and the current-system of the sea. American Naturalist
Volume: 67:30-52, figs. 1-9. (1-ii-1933)
 
Wright, R.R. 1885 On a parasitic copepod of the clam. American Naturalist
Volume: 19(2):118-124, figs. 1-10. (ii-1885)
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Wright, R.R. 1887 Argulus and mortality of fishes. American Naturalist
Volume: 21:188.
 
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.
 
Beal, F.E.L. 1881 A shower of Cyclops quadricornis. American Naturalist
Volume: 15:736-737.
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Fasten, N. 1921

Studies on parasitic copepods of the genus Salmincola.

American Naturalist
Volume: 55(640):449-456. (ix/x-1921)
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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.)
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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.
 
Packard, A.S., Jr. 1871 The Mammoth Cave and its inhabitants. On the Crustacea and insects. American Naturalist
Volume: 5(12):744-761. (x-1871)
 
Packard, A.S., Jr. 1875 Life-histories of the Crustacea and the insects. American Naturalist
Volume: 9:583-622, figs. 235-284. (xi-1875)
 
Packard, A.S., Jr. 1882 On the homologies of the crustacean limb. American Naturalist
Volume: 16(10):785-799. (x-1882)
 
Packard, A.S., Jr. 1882 Preliminary classification of the brain of Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 16(7):588-589. (vii-1882)
 
Packard, A.S., Jr. 1894 On the origin of the subterranean fauna of North America. American Naturalist
Volume: 28:727-751, 2 pls.
 
Washburn, F.L. 1886 Mortality of fish at Lake Mille Lac, Minnesota. American Naturalist
Volume: 20:896
 
Sainmont, J., K.H. Andersen, O. Varpe & A.W. Visser 2014 Capital versus income breeding in a seasonal environment. American Naturalist
Volume: 184(4):466-476. 10.1086/677926 OCT 2014
 
Cushman, J.A. 1906 Additional records for New England Crustacea. American Naturalist
Volume: 40:141-142.
 
Forbes, S.A. 1882 On some Entomostraca of Lake Michigan and adjacent waters. American Naturalist
Volume: 16:537-543, 640-650, figs. (vii-1882)
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Forbes, S.A. 1882 On the first food of the young Whitefish. American Naturalist
Volume: ? (Mar. 11, 1882)
 
Mitra, A. & K.J. Flynn 2007 Importance of interactions between food quality, quantity, and gut transit time on consumer feeding, growth, and trophic dynamics. American Naturalist
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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.
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Huntley, M.E. & M.D.G. Lopez 1992 Temperature-dependent production of marine copepods: a global synthesis. American Naturalist
Volume: 140(2):201-242.
 
Hutchinson, G.E. 1961 The paradox of the plankton. American Naturalist
Volume: 95(882):137-145.
 
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Volume: 110:165-180.
 
Allen, J.A. 1976 Life history patterns in zooplankton. American Naturalist
Volume: 110:165-180.
 
Mozley, A. 1932 A biological study of a temporary pond in Western Canada. American Naturalist
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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.
 
Gerritsen, J. 1980 Sex and parthenogenesis in sparse populations. American Naturalist
Volume: 115(5):718-742.
 
Williams, L.W. 1906

Notes on marine Copepoda of Rhode Island.

American Naturalist
Volume: 40(477):639-660, figs.1-23. (ix-1906)
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Roelke, D.L., S. Augustine & Y. Buyukates 2003 Fundamental predictability in multispecies competition: the influence of large disturbance. American Naturalist
Volume: 162:615-623.
 
Lancaster, E. Ray 1871 P.J. Van Beneden's 'Poissons des côtes de Belgium..': a review. American Naturalist
Volume: 5:433-435.
 
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).
 
McCauley, E. & W.W. Murdoch 1987 Cyclic and stable populations: Plankton as paradigm. American Naturalist
Volume: 129(1):97-121.
 
Angilletta, M.J., Jr. & A.E. Dunham 2003 The temperature-size rule in ectotherms: simple evolutionary explanations may not be general. American Naturalist
Volume: 162:332-342.
 
Hairston, N.G., Jr. & W.R. Munns, Jr. 1984 The timing of copepod diapause as an evolutionary stable strategy. American Naturalist
Volume: 123(6):733-751, figs. 1-6. (vi-1984)
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Scharff, R.F. 1873 Prof. Cope's cave crustaceans. American Naturalist
Volume: 7:245.
 
Kiorboe, T. & A.G. Hirst 2014 Shifts in mass scaling of respiration, feeding, and growth rates across life-form transitions in marine pelagic organisms. American Naturalist
Volume: 183(4):E118-E130. 10.1086/675241
 
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Volume: 138(5):1287-1296.
 
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
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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.
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Gissler, C.F. 1883 A new parasitic copepod crustacean. American Naturalist
Volume: 17:885-887, figs. 1-10. (viii-1883)
 
Whipple, G.C. 1897 Biological studies in Massachusetts No. 1. American Naturalist
Volume: 31:503-508, 2 pls.
 
Rusak, J.A., N.D. Yan, K.M. Somers & D.J. McQueen 1999 The temporal coherence of zooplankton population abundances in neighboring north-temperate lakes. American Naturalist
Volume: 153(1):46-58. (i.1999)
 
Anderson, B.G., T.F. Andrews, D.C. Chandler & W.J. Jahoda 1948 The evaluation of aquatic invertebrates as assay organisms for the determination of the toxicity of industrial wastes. American Petroleum Institute Project Final Report, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.
Volume: No. 51
 
O'Brien, W.J. 1979 The predator-prey interaction of planktivorous fish and zooplankton. American Scientist
Volume: 67(5):572-581, figs. 1-8. (ix/x-1979)
 
Hobson, E.S. 1975 Feeding patterns among tropical reef fishes. American Scientist
Volume: 63:382-393.
 
Pivorunas, A. 1979 The feeding mechanisms of baleen whales. American Scientist
Volume: 67:432-440.
 
Nicol, S. & I. Allison 1997 The frozen skin of the Southern Ocean. American Scientist, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Volume: 85(5):426-439.
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Pauly, D., V. Christensen, R. Froese & M.L. Palomares 1999 Fishing down aquatic food webs. American Scientist, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Volume: 88(1):46-51. (xii.1999; for i-ii.2000)
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Choudhury, A., T.L. Hoffnagle & R.A. Cole 2001 Parasites of native and non-native fishes of the lower Little Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. American Society of Parasitologists 76th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 29 June-3 July 2001. Abstracts.
Volume: :81. (Abstract.)
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Caira, J.N. & K. Jensen 2001 A systematic survey of the metazoan parasites of elasmobranchs from the Sea of Cortéz. American Society of Parasitologists 76th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 29 June-3 July 2001. Abstracts.
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