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Tiselius, P. & P.R. Jonsson 1990 Foraging behaviour of six calanoid copepods: observations and hydrodynamic analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 66(1-2):23-33.
Browman, H.I., S. Kruse & W.J. O'Brien 1989 Foraging behaviour of the predaceous cladoceran, Leptodora kindti, and escape responses of their prey. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 11(5):1075-1088.
Krapu, G.L. & K.J. Reinecke 1992 Foraging ecology and nutrition. In: Batt, B.D.G., A.D. Afton, M.G. Anderson, C.D. Ankney, D.H. Johnson, J.A. Kadlec & G.L. Krapu (eds.). Ecology and Management of Breeding Waterfowl. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis and London.
Volume: Pp. 1-29.
Noda, M., I. Ikeda, H. Hashimoto & K. Gushima 1996 Foraging ecology of the pomacentrid fish Chromis margaritifer and Pomacentrus coelestis at Kuchierabu Island. Journal of the Faculty of Applied Biological Science, Hiroshima University
Volume: 35(2):113-123. (In Japanese.)
Nelson, J.D. & S.A. Eckert 2007 Foraging ecology of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) within Bahía de Los Angeles, Baja California Norte, México. Fisheries Research
Volume: 84(1):47-64.
Jakubas, D., M. Guchowska, K. Wojczulanis-Jakubas, N.J. Karnovsky, L. Keslinka, D. Kidawa, W. Walkusz, R. Boehnke, M. Cisek, S. Kwasniewski & L. Stempniewicz 2011 Foraging effort does not influence body condition and stress level in little auks. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 432:277-290.
Hunt, G.L., Jr. & N.M. Harrison 1990 Foraging habitat and prey taken by least auklets at King Island, Alaska. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 65(2):141-150.
Buckel, J.A., M.J. Fogarty & D.O. Conover 1998 Foraging habits of bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix, on the U. S. east coast continental shelf. Fishery Bulletin
Volume: 97:758-775.
Ciannelli, L., R.D. Brodeur & J.M. Napp 2004 Foraging impact on zooplankton by age-0 walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) around a front in the southeast Bering Sea. Marine Biology
Volume: 144(3):515-526.
Russell, R.W., G.L. Hunt, Jr., K.O. Coyle & R.T. Cooney 1992 Foraging in a fractal environment: spatial patterns in a marine predator-prey system. Landscape Ecology
Volume: 7(3):195-209.
DeMott, W.R. & F. Moxter 1991 Foraging on cyanobacteria by copepods: responses to chemical defenses and resource abundance. Ecology
Volume: 72(5):1820-1834.
Tipton, K. & S.S. Bell 1988 Foraging patterns of two syngnathid fishes: importance of harpacticoid copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 47(1):31-43.
Fulford, R.S., J.A. Rice, T.J. Miller, F.P. Binkowski, J.M. Dettmers, & B. Belonger 2006 Foraging selectivity by larval yellow perch (Perca flavescens): implications for understanding recruitment in small and large lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 63(1):28-42.
Greene, C.H. 1988 Foraging tactics and prey-selection of omnivorous and carnivorous calanoid copepod. In: Boxshall, G.A. & H.K. Schminke (eds.). Biology of Copepods. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Copepoda. Dev. Hydrobiol., Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London.
Volume: 47 (= Hydrobiologia, 167-168):295-302, figs. 1-4, tab. 1.
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Greene, C.H. 1987 Foraging tactics and prey-selection patterns of omnivorous and carnivorous calanoid copepods. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :38. (Abstract.)
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Chandler, G.T. 1989 Foraminifera may structure meiobenthic communities. Oecologia, Berlin
Volume: 81(3):354-360.
Langlet, D., C. Baal, E. Geslin, E. Metzger, M. Zuschin, B. Riedel, N. Risgaard-Petersen, M. Stachowitsch & F.J. Jorissen 2014 Foraminiferal species responses to in situ, experimentally induced anoxia in the Adriatic Sea. Biogeosciences
Volume: 11(7):1775-1797. 10.5194/bg-11-1775-2014 2014
Jørgensen, I. 1972 Forandringer i strukturen til planktoniske og littorale Crustacea-samfunn under gjengroing av humusvann i området Nordmarka og Krogskogen ved Oslo, korrelert med hydrografiske data. [Changes in structure of planktonic and littoral crustacea-community under succession in humic waters in the area of Norway at Krogskogen near Oslo, correlated with hydrographical data.] Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
Volume: 107 pp. [In Norwegian.]
Pierson, J.J., B.W. Frost & A.W. Leising 2013 Foray foraging behavior: seasonally variable, food-driven migratory behavior in two calanoid copepod species. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 475:49-64.
Lenz, P.H., A.E. Hower & D.K. Hartline 2004 Force production during pereiopod power strokes in Calanus finmarchicus. Journal of Marine Systems
Volume: 49(1-4):133-144.
Fleddum, A. 1999 Fordeling og fødeaktivitet hos Euchaeta norvegica og E. glacialis i Norskehavet om sommeren. [Distribution and feeding activity of Euchaeta norvegica and E. glacialis in the Norwegian Sea in summer.] Cand. Scient. Thesis, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
Volume: 68 pp. [In Norwegian.]
Knudsen, K.K. 1993 Fordoyelsessystemet hos Lernaeocera branchialis (L. 1767) (Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida): histologiske og enzymatiske undersokelser. (The digestive system of Lernaeocera branchialis (L. 1767) (Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida): histological og enzymatic studies.) Master's Thesis, University of Trondheim, Trondheim, Norway
Volume: :39 pp. (In Norwegian.)
Goldman, E. 2004 Forecasting cholera outbreaks. Science Now
Volume: Feb 2004:1.
Williner, V. 2010 Foregut ossicles morphology and feeding of the freshwater anomuran crab Aegla uruguayana (Decapoda, Aeglidae). Acta Zoologica (Copenhagen)
Volume: 91(4):408-415.
Larsen, I.K. 1996 Forekomst av makroparasitter hos torsk Gadus morhua L. i fjorder med og uten torskeoppdrett. [Incidence of macroparasites of the cod Gadus morhua L. in fjords with and without cod farms.] Candidatus Scientiarum Thesis, University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway.
Volume: 28 pp. [In Norwegian.]
Rask, M., K. Nyberg, S.L. Markkanen & A. Ojala 1998 Forestry in catchments: Effects on water quality, plankton, zoobenthos and fish in small lakes. Boreal Environment Research
Volume: 3(1):75-86.
Souissi, S., M.N. Daly Yahia & J.S. Hwang 2007 Foreword. In: Souissi, S., M.N. Daly Yahia & J.S. Hwang (eds.). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Copepoda, Hammamet, Tunisia, 11-15 July 2005. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 29(Suppl. 1):1-2.
Bisol, P.M., P. Pasquali & V. Varotto 1983 Formal genetics of two loci, Ap-1 and Pgi-1 in the marine copepod Tisbe holothuriae. Vie et Milieu
Volume: 31(3-4)1981: 293-295.
Zinevici, V., E. Prunescu-Arion & L. Teodorescu 1987 Formarea şi evoluţia zooplanctonului în canalul Dunăre – Marea Neagră (1983-1986). [Formation and evolution of zooplankton in the Danube - Black Sea canal (1983-1986).] Studii şi Cercetari de Biologie, Seria Biologia Animala
Volume: 39(2):133-141. [In Romanian.]
Michajlow, W. 1972 Formation and evolution of parasitism among Euglenoidina (Flagellata) - parasites of Copepoda. Parazitologiia
Volume: 6(1):3-7. (In Russian.)
Davis, M.W. & B.L. Olla 1995 Formation and maintenance of aggregations in walleye pollock, Theragra chalcogramma, larvae under laboratory conditions: Role of visual and chemical stimuli. Environmental Biology of Fishes
Volume: 44(4):385-392.
Kirchhoff, B. 1997 Formation and modification of marine dissolved organic substances. Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
Volume: 247:i-iii, 1-131. (German)
Semenchenko, V.P. & J.F. Buseva 2005 Formation of aggregations on zooplakton. Doklady of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus / Doklady Natsionalnoi Akademii Nauk Belarusi
Volume: 49(2):80-82.
Cuoc, C., M. Brunet, J. Arnaud & J. Mazza 1994 Formation of egg envelopes in the freshwater calanoid copepod, Hemidiaptomus ingens. Invertebrate Reproduction and Development
Volume: 26(1):63-78.
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Grygierek, E. 1967 Formation of fish pond biocenosis exemplified by planktonic crustaceans. Ekologia Polska, Warsaw
Volume: 15(8):155-181.
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Perkins, P.S. 1986 Formation of iron crystals within the attachment organ of Cardiodectes medusaeus; an erythrophagous parasitic copepod. In: Schriever, G., H.K. Schminke & C.T. Shih (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August, 1984. Syllogeus
Volume: 58:634. (Abstract).
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Chernysheva, N.B. 1979 Formation of parasites fauna in young burbot, pike and perch of Vrevo Lake. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Gosudarstvennyi Nauchno-Issledovatel'skii Institut Ozernogo i Rechnogo Rybnogo Khozyaistva
Volume: 140: 108-142, figs. (Russian with English summary).
Brodsky, K.A. 1967 Formation of swimming limbs in the genus Calanus (Copepoda) and latitudinal zonality. Preobrazovanie plavatel'nykh konechnostei v roda Calanus (Copepoda) i shirotnaya zonal'nost. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR
Volume: 176:1441-1444, figs. 1-4. (Russian, translation in:Dokl. (Proc.) Acad. Sci. USSR, Biol. Sci. Sect.
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Hulsemann, K. 1987 Formation of the first antennae in copepodids as expression of possible relationship among the Calanoida. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :41. (Abstract.)
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Baud, A., R.M. Barthelemy, S. Nival & M. Brunet 2002 Formation of the gut in the first two naupliar stages of Acartia clausi and Hemidiaptomus roubaui (Copepoda, Calanoida): Comparative structural and ultrastructural aspects. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 80(2): 232-244.
Hirose, E., H. Toda, Y. Saito & H. Watanabe 1992 Formation of the multiple-layered fertilization envelope in the embryo of Calanus sinicus Brodsky (Copepoda: Calanoida). Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 12(2):186-192.
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Degermendzhy, A.G., V.M. Belolipetsky, T.A. Zotina & R.D. Gulati 2002 Formation of the vertical heterogeneity in the Lake Shira ecosystem: The biological mechanisms and mathematical model. Aquatic Ecology
Volume: 36(2): 271-297.
Luferova, L.A. 1963 Formation of zooplankton in Gorkovskoe Reservoir. Tr. Inst. Biol. Vnutr. Vod AN SSSR
Volume: 6(9):130-142. [In Russian.]
Seurat, L.G. 1934 Formations Littorales et Estuaires de la Syrte Mineure (Golfe de Gabes). Station Oceanographique de Salammbo Bulletin
Volume: 32: 1-65, 7 figs., 1 map.
Baldi, E. 1938 Forme di Cyclops strenuus nei laghi della Pisse e il problema deglistrenuus alpini. In:Ricerche biologiche sugli alti laghi della Valsesia. I. I laghetti delle Pisse (Bors). Parte speciale. Monogr. Comit. scient. II, CIA, Varallo Sesia
Volume: :5-15, pl. 8 fig. 1.
Belmonte, G., F. Boero & E. Cavalera 1995 Forme di resistenza nei sedimenti dello stagno costiero 'Le Cesine' (Lecce). Resistance forms in the sediments of the coastal pond 'Le Cesine' (Lecce). In: Albertelli, G., De Maio A., Piccazzo M. (eds.). Atti del XI Congresso della Associazione Italiana di Oceanologia e Limnologia.
Volume: Pp. 563-569. [In Italian.]
Senn, D.G. 2002 Formen des Planktons im Benguelastrom vor der Kueste von Swakopmund (Namibia). Plankton forms in the Benguela current off the coast of Swapokmund (Namibia). Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaften beider Basel
Volume: 6: 23-38.(German)
Delamare Deboutteville, C. & L. Botosaneanu 1970 Formes primitives vivantes. Musée de Évolution. Hermann, Paris
Volume: 232pp., 130 figs.
Dimov, I.G. 1963 Formirane na s'stava i kolichestvoto na zooplanktona pred zapadnite bregove na Cherno more. Composition de la faune planctonique et sa quantité au large du littoral occidental de la mer Noire. Izv. tsent. nauchnoizsl. Inst. Rib. Varna
Volume: 3: 5-29, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-2. (22-iii-1963, Bulgarian with Russian and French summaries).
Pujin, V. & R. Ratajac 1990 Formiranje zooplanktona u akumulaciji Medes. [The composition of zooplankton in Medes Reservoir.] In: Konferencija Zastita voda '90’, Bar, Zbornik radova, Jugoslovensko drustvo za zastitu voda, Beograd.
Volume: Pp. 109-113. [In Serbian.]
Gusynskaya, S.L. 1966 Formirovanie biotsenoticheskikh kompleksov zooplanktona v Kremenchugskom vodokhranilishcha. Formation of biocoenotic complexes of zooplankton in the Kremenchug reservoir. Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal, Saratov
Volume: 2(4):16-24, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (25-viii-1966, Russian with English summary.)
Bauer, O.N. 1954 Formirovanie parazitofauny ryb v novykh vodokhranilishchakh. Formation of parasite fauna of fish in the new water recervoir. Trudy probl. temat. Soveshch. zool. Inst., 4. (= Soveshchanie po parazitologicheskim problemam
Volume: 7:47-53. (29-ix-1954, Russian with English summary)
Gruzov, L.N. 1972 Formirovanie skoplenii zooplanktona v pelagiali Gvuineiskogo zaliva. On the formation of zooplankton accumulations in the pelagic parts of the Guinea Bay. Trudy Atlanticheskogo Nauchno-Issledovatel'skogo Instituta Rybnogo Khozyaistva i Okeanografii
Volume: 37:406-428, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-2. (24-i-1972, Russian.)
Kruglova, A.N. 2005 Formirovanie soobshchestv zooplanktona r. Varzugi i ee nekotorykh pritokov. [Structure of the zooplankton assemblage in the Varzugi River and some of its tributaries.] Biogeografiya Karelii. Izdatel'stvo Karel'skogo Nauchnogo Tsentra, Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk, Petrozavodsk.
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Shul'ga, E.I. 1972 Formirovanie zooplanktona Bratskogo vodokhranilishcha. (The formation of zooplankton in Bratsk Reservoir). In: Cherepanov, A.I., S.S. Foliatarek, A.A. Maksimov, N.A. Violovich, N.G. Kolomiets, G.M. Krivoshchekov, K.T. Yurlov, B.S. Yudon & V.D. Patrasheva, eds., Zoologicheskie problemy Sibiri. (Materialy IV. soveshchaniya zoologov Sibiri). Zoological problems of Siberia (Reports of the fourth Conference of Zoologists of Siberia)), Nauka, Novosibirsk, 1-555pp.
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Mel'nikov, G.B. & I.P. Lubyanov 1958 Formirovanie zooplanktona i donnoi fauny Simferopol'skogo vodokhranilishcha v Krymu. Formation of zooplankton and benthal fauna of Simferopol water reservoir in the Crimea. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal
Volume: 37(6):820-831, (17-vi-1958, Russian with English summary.)
Kharin, N.N. 1960 Formirovanie zooplanktona v prudakh Aksaiskogo eksperimental'nogo nerestovo-vyrastnogo khozyaistva. Trudy azov. nauch.-issled. Inst. Ryb. Khozyaist.
Volume: 3: 112-123.
Vorce, C.M. 1881 Forms observed in water of Lake Erie. Proceedings of the American Microscopical Society, 4th Annual Meeting, Buffalo
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Standke, S.J. & B.P. Monroe 1981 Forms of physical damage and related effects to zooplankton as a result of entrainment at Nanticoke G.S., 1976. Journal of Great Lakes Research
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Rhodes, A. & L. Boyd 2005 Formulated feeds for harpacticoid copepods: implications for population growth and fatty acid composition. In: Lee, C.S., P. O'Bryen & N. Marcus (eds.). Copepods in Aquaculture. Blackwell Publishing. 352 pp.
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Kirby, M.F., P. Neall, J. Rooke & H. Yardley 2011 Formulation changes in oil spill dispersants: Are they toxicologically significant? Oil Spill Science and Technology
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Rongsayamanont, W., S. Soonglerdsongpha, N. Khondee, O. Pinyakong, C. Tongcumpou, D.A. Sabatini & E. Luepromchai 2017 Formulation of crude oil spill dispersants based on the HLD concept and using a lipopeptide biosurfactant. Journal Of Hazardous Materials
Volume: 334: 168-177. 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2017.04.005 JUL 15 2017
Zacharias, O. 1894 Forschungsberichte aus der Biologischen Station zu Plon, Theil 2. Berlin
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Zacharias, O. 1895 Forschungsberichte aus der Biologischen Station zu Plon, Theil 3. Berlin
Volume: 209pp. 2pls.
Zacharias, O. 1896 Forschungsberichte aus der Biologischen Station zu Plön, Theil 4. Berlin
Volume: 290pp. 1pl. figs.1-45.
Zacharias, O. 1897 Forschungsberichte aus der Biologischen Station zu Plon, Theil 5. Stuttgart
Volume: 180pp. 4pls.
Zacharias, O. 1898 Forschungsberichte aus der Biologischen Station zu Plon, Theil 6. Stuttgart
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Zacharias, O. 1894 Forschungsergebnisse am Grossen Plöner See. Zoologischer Anzeiger
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Naastad, N. 2008 Forskerstyrt overfiske: sild og sammenbrudd pa 1960-tallet. [Research-driven overfishing: herring and fisheries collapse in the 1960s.] In: Bailey, J., R. Tiller, O. Otterstad & A.M. Tretvik (eds.). Raudate: Redning eller Ruin? Tapir Akademisk Forlag, Trondheim. 160 pp.
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Mohr, N. 1786 Forsog til en Islandsk Naturhistorie, med adskillige oekonomiske samt andre Anmaerkninger. C.F. Holm, Kiobenhavn (Copenhagen)
Volume: 414pp., pls. 1-7.
Levander, K.M. 1914 Förteckning öfver planktonter i Tusbyträsk. Meddn Soc. Fauna Flora fenn.
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Reinhardt, J. 1857 Fortegnelse over Gronlands Krebsdyr, Annelider og Indvoldsorme. Tillaeg no. 2. In: Rink, H. (ed.). Gronland geographisk og statistisk beskrever. Kjobenhavn
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Anonymous 1916 Fortegnelse over Tromso Museums samling av Krebsdyr, fra Tromso Stift. Tromso Mus. Aarsberetn. for 1915
Volume: 10-14. (Copepoda:13).
Frenzel, P. 1977 Fortpflanzungsisolate bei Paracyclops fimbriatus s.l. (Fischer, 1853) (Crustacea: Copepoda). Beiträge zur Naturkundlichen Forschung in Südwestdeutschland
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Pipan, T. & D.C. Culver 2013 Forty years of epikarst: what biology have we learned? International Journal Of Speleology
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Vincent, W.F., C. Howard-Williams, D.J. Forsyth & E. White 1987 Forum on cyanobacterial dominance. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
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Klompmaker, A.A. & G.A. Boxshall 2016 Fossil crustaceans as parasites and hosts. In: DeBaets K. & D.T.J. Littlewood, (eds.), Advances in Parasitology, Fossil Parasites
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Bennike, O. 1998 Fossil egg sacs of Diaptomus (Crustacea: Copepoda) in Late Quaternary lake sediments. Bennike-Ole {a} Journal of Paleolimnology Journal of Paleolimnology
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Cressey, R.F. & C. Patterson 1973 Fossil parasitic copepods from a lower Cretaceous fish. Science, New York
Volume: 180(4092):1283-1285, figs. 1-2.
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Alekseev, V.R. 1982 Fotoperiodizm i sezonnoe razvitie populyatsii Mesocyclops leuckarti (Claus) (Crustacea, Copepoda). Photoperiodism and seasonal development in Mesocyclops leuckarti (Claus) (Crustacea, Copepoda) populations. Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal, Saratov
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Guenther, J., G. Walker-Smith, A. Waren & R. De Nys 2007 Fouling-resistant surfaces of tropical sea stars. Biofouling
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Schmidt, G.D. & L.S. Roberts 1981 Foundations of Parasitology. Ed. 2. The C.V. Mosby Company, St. Louis
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Herdman, W.A. 1923 Founders of Oceanography and Their Work. London: Edward Arnold. portraits.
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Kabata, Z. 1971 Four Bomolochidae (Copepoda) from fishes of British Columbia. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
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Lee, J.M., W.K. Kim, Y.G. Choi & C.Y. Chang 2007 Four cyclopoid species (Copepoda: Cyclopidae) from limestone caves and lava tube in South Korea. Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
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Abe, N. 1989 Four harpacticoid copepods found in freshwater plankton samples from Niigata Prefecture. Niigata-ken Seibutsu-kyoiku Kenkyu-kaishi
Volume: 24:5-9. [In Japanese.]
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Kabata, Z. 1969 Four Lernaeopodidae (Copepoda) parasitic on fishes from Newfoundland and West Greenland. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 26:311-324, figs. 1-48.
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Hamond, R. 1973 Four new copepods (Crustacea: Harpacticoida, Canuellidae) simultaneously occurring with Diogenes senex (Crustacea: Paguridae) near Sydney. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales
Volume: 97(3):165-201, figs. 1-83, tabs. 1-2. (8-i-1973)
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Ito, Takashi 1952 Four new copepods from subterranean waters of Japan. Report of the Faculty of Fisheries, Prefectural University of Mie
Volume: 1(2):115-120, figs. 1-25. (30-xi-1952)
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Ho, J.S. 1972 Four new parasitic copepods of the family Chondracanthidae from California inshore fishes. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
Volume: 85(46):523-540, figs. 1-11. (30-xii-1972)
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Bibi, R., K. Parveen & M.S. Mahoon 1989 Four new records of cyclopoid copepods from Lahore. Biologia, Lahore
Volume: 35(2):197-203.
Gómez, S., J. Fleeger, A. Rocha-Olivares & D. Foltz 2004 Four new species of Cletocamptus Schmankewitsch, 1875, closely related to Cletocamptus deitersi (Richard, 1897) (Copepoda: Harpacticoida). Journal of Natural History
Volume: 38(21):2669-2732.
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Rocha, C.E.F. 1984 Four new species of Halicyclops Norman, 1903 (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) from Brazil. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 119(2):107-117, figs. 1-60. (20-xii-1984)
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Castro-Romero, R. & H. Baeza-Kuroki 1987 Four new species of Neobrachiella (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae), parasitic on Sciaena genus (Teleostei: Sciaenidae) in the South Pacific. Cuatro especies nuevas de Neobrachiella (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae) parasitando sobre el genero Sciaena (Teleostei: Sciaenidae) en el Pacifico sur. Estudios Oceanológicos, Univ. Antofagasta, Chile
Volume: 6:1-24, figs. 1-52, tab. 1. (Spanish summary)
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Bowman, T.E. & J.G. González 1961 Four new species of Pseudocyclops (Copepoda: Calanoida) from Puerto Rico. Proceedings of the United States National Museum
Volume: 113(3452):37-59, figs. 1-11. (20-iii-1961)
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Kim, I.H. 2005 Four new species of copepods (Crustacea) associated with gorgonacean corals (Cnidaria) from Bohol Island, the Philippines. The Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
Volume: 21(2):171-191.
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Humes, A.G. & R.F. Cressey 1958 Four new species of lichomolgid copepods parasitic on West African starfishes. Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Afrique Noire
Volume: (A)20(2):330-341, figs. 1-94 on pls. 1-10. (iv-1958)
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Björnberg, T.K.S. 1968 Four new species of Megacalanidae (Crustacea: Copepoda). Biology of the Antarctic Seas, III. Antarctic Research Series, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC
Volume: 11:73-90, figs. 1-78. (21-v-1968; summaries in Portuguese and German.)
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Redkar, M.V., P.G. Rangnekar & N.N. Murti 1949 Four new species of parasitic copepods from the marine fishes of Bombay. Journal of the University of Bombay
Volume: (B)18(3):36-50, figs. 1-44 on pls. 1-4. (xi-1949)
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Kim, I.H. 2005 Four new species of the genus Panjakus (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Anchimolgidae) associated with scleractinian corals (Cnidaria) from the Moluccas. Integrative Biosciences
Volume: 9:215-228.
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