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Fabián Acuña - Departamento de Ciencias Marinas, Mar del Plata, Argentina

Nadia Ameziane- Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris

Larry Basch , Ecologist --Coastal Manager, National Park Service, Alaska Southeast Coastal Parks Cluster: Glacier Bay, Klondike Gold Rush, Sitka, & Wrangell-St. Elias National Parks

Penny Berents - Collection Manager - Marine Invertebrates - Australia

Christiane Biermann - Includes some samples of my research on fertilization and population genetics in strongylocentrotids and echinids

David Billett - DEEPSEAS Benthic Biology Group at Southampton Oceanography Centre

Ruediger Birenheide - Canadian Echinoderm Message Board - set up to encourage conversation between Canadian and all other interested echinoderm scientists.

Francesco Bonasoro -˜echino/5ece7.htm

Thomas Brey - Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany

Peter Brueggeman - Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library. McMurdo Sound, Antarctica echinoderms

Casey Burns - Various images related to my echinoderm research, usually pictures of specimens  recently collected, localities, etc

David J. Carroll -  A brief description of my research interests and list of publications

Suraphol Chunhabundit - Aquatic Resources Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Ron Clouse -

Chantal Conand -

Beche de Mer Bulletin (SPC) -

Costello, Mark J. - developing a European Register of Marine Species:details at web site

Ecological Consultancy Services Ltd (EcoServe) at

Dafni, J. -

James Dalby - BC Ministry of Environment, Lands & Parks

Claire Dalgleish - Our company is currently working with macrobenthos sampled from the North East Atlantic margin, mainly in the Faroe-Shetland channel as part of environmental monitoring programmes within the oil and gas industry, UK.  Environment and Resource Technology's Homepage offering an introduction to a wide range of inhouse environmental capabilities at

Bruno David -

Dimitri D. Deheyn - Site describing the research topics in the lab (M. LATZ's lab), Scripps Institution of  Oceanography.

Yannick Dewael -  My page on the bioluminescence web site

Patricio Dominguez-Alonso - Personal page with interests and publication list

Samuel Dupont -

1) Summary of my phD project-

2) Personnal page and Curriculum vitae  (Update 20 March 2000)-

3) Web page of the Animal Physiology lab -

4)Results of project on the small bioluminescent ophiuroid Amphipholis squamata presented at the 11th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence. An oral communication presented as a web page.  I invite you to visit

Ebert, T. A. 1998. Plant and Animal Populations.  Methods in Demography. Academic Press,  San Diego, CA  312p  The book includes various echinoderm examples for illustrating analysis of growth, survival, allometry and matrix methods; see

Jon Eggert - (contact: Reference Page˜midvangur/new_page_8.htm

Jean-Pierre Féral - UMR 7628  MODELES EN BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE ET EVOLUTIVE Biologie de Populations et Évolution des Invertébrés Marins.

The 6th European Conference on Echinoderms, Banyulssurmer, France on September  37, 2001

Maria Dolores Gil Cid - Professor, Department of Paleontology, Ciudad University, Madrid, Spain

             ViceDirector del Instituto de Geología Económica (CSIC-UCM).


Ben Greenstein -

Philippe Grosjean - Marine Biology Laboratory, ULB, Belgium, Mariculture and Biostatistic,  SciViews Project Coordinator

Monique Guillou - My main echinoderm model in ecology and ecotoxicology is Sphaerechinus granularis. Please find in this web page some informations to better know this sea urchin.

In Sphaerechinus granularis resource allocation is "plastic" and varies in response to environmental changes. The following page presents changes in the reproductive strategy of this species according to food availability.

Rosemary Hall - Curriculum vitae

Jean-François Hamel -

Reimund Haude -

Joan Herrera -

Liam Herringshaw -  This is a fairly simple personal profile of me within the School of Earth  Sciences' website. It includes a particularly scary photograph.

Alan Hodgson - 9th International Congress on Invertebrate Reproduction and Development. July 2001.

Anne Hoggett and Lyle Vail - Directors, Lizard Island Research Station

Susan Hottenrott - "The Ophiuroidea, bringing you the very latest in ophiuroid technology, news and gossip" This is an entertaining and informative site for both  the general public seeking ophiuroid basics as well as colleagues and graduate students seeking information on museum collections, funding and systematics resources.

Fatih Huseyinoglu - personal web page, includes personal pictures, Asterias rubens and some downloadable  documents.

John W.M. Jagt - Natuurhistorisch Museum Maastricht

R. Jeyabhaskaran - Biological Oceanography Division, National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula  India

Craig Johnson -  Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute [TAFI]

TAFI web site:

University of Tasmania, Dept of Zoology- Zoology web site:

Thomas Kammer -˜kammer/welcome.htm

Brian Keller -

Alexander Kerr - Tree of Life Holothuroidea Web Page a.html

Philip Lambert -  Royal British Columbia Museum web site.  Includes information on all aspects of the museum.

John Lucas - URL Aquaculture:

Chris Mah - This page currently describes the research  program in our lab. (Currently out of date but should be more up to date very soon!)

Richard Martin -  Home page for the CSIRO Centre for Research on Introduced Marine Pests

J. Douglas McKenzie - (Integrin Advanced Biosystems Ltd, Marine Resource Centre, Oban, Scotland) deals mostly with marine invertebrates.

Tamara McGovern - details research and study system

Charles Messing - Comatulid crinoid page: morphology, taxonomy, ecology & feeding

Philip Mladenov -

Rich Mooi - CAS Echinoderm Web Page

Andrew Morgan -  Leigh Marine Laboratory web page.

Tatsuo Motokawa - Basic Biology, Tokyo Institute of Technology

James Nebelsick - Great animation of a "Clypeaster going down the taphonomic road to destruction"

Richard Pagett - Environmental Management & Training, Wiltshire, UK

John Pearse -

Vaclav Petr - A complete and updated bibliography of Rudolph J. Prokop

English home page -

Petr bibliography -

Anniversary article for F.H.C. Hotchkiss -

Dieter Piepenburg -

Mike Reich (University of Greifswald, Germany)-

"The Fossil Holothuroidea Webpage"

For a bibliography of fossil holothurians (after 1990) please check:

[the complete bibliography of fossil holothurians (1828-1999) will be published next  year].

Paige Rothenberger - VI Marine Advisory Service, Center for Marine & Environmental Studies, University of  the Virgin Islands

Michael S. Roy -

Michael P. Russell -  Personal web site

Bernhard Ruthensteiner (Conservator and Leader of the Invertebrate Section) Zoological State Collection Munich, Echinoderm Collection. I would like to announce that information on the type material of our echinoderm collection is available at this Webaddress.

 Go to Everteb. varia  Sammlung. There is a list of echinodem type specimens. The  echinoderm collection consists mainly of material collected by Ludwig Döderlein in  Japan. (Email:

Robert Singletary -

Mattias Skold -

Norman Sloan - Marine Ecologist, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve sea cucumber fisheries.

Andrew Smith - Taxonomic website on the genera of Echinoidea.  The site currently stands at some 3400 items and about 400 high quality images of the genera, comprehensive for the Diadematoida, Echinoida, Holectypoida, Salenioida and Clypeasteroida. In addition there are systematic keys and introductory sections on the morphology and biology of echinoids.

L. Courtney Smith - http://

Renate Sponer - molecular evolution of ophiuroids: phylogeny, phylogeography, population genetics in Amphipholis squamata, Ophiactis savignyi, Ophiocoma scolopendrina.

Kathryn Stevenson - University Marine Biological Station, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland

Sabine Stoehr -

Jarek Stolarski - Institute of Paleobiology, Polish Academy of Sciences

Claudio Tiago and Valeria Hadel - Homepage Centro de Biologia Marinha at Unversidade de São Paulo, Brasil

Research page -

BIOTA/FAPESP  The Virtual Institute of Biodiversity -

This is a biodiversity conservation and sustainable use research program for the State of  São Paulo, Brazil, sponsored by FAPESP.

Tommasi, L.R. 1999.  Echinodermata recentes e fósseis do Brasil. In: BDT  Informação científica Diversidade de espécies Fauna Invertebrados. Campinas: Banco de Dados Tropical. [in Portugese].

Curriculum involving echinoderms, especially the Brazilian REVIZEE material (NE and  SE Brazilian regions); also, antarctic collections; palaeobiogeography and modern  biogeography of echinoderms in the South Atlantic region:

Mat Vanderklift -

Jacob van der Land - editor of Unesco-IOC Register of Marine Organisms (URMO)

Steve Veatch - short paper on fossil sea urchins near Garden of the Gods, Colorado

Anders Waren -

Gert Woerheide - Calcareous sponges from the Great Barrier Reef

Greg Wray - The Tree of Life home page:



Jiri Zitt -  Zkontrolovano antivirovym systemem AVG