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Edited by Danielle Defaye, Eduardo Suárez-Morales and J. Carel von Vaupel Klein
Bernard Dussart's contributions to limnology and freshwater copepodology comprise over 200 scientific papers, and his frequent travels have greatly stimulated interest in freshwater biology world-wide. This book presents a selection of recent research on the Copepoda of continental waters: a ...
Edited by Akira Asakura
This work contains the Proceedings of The Crustacean Society Summer Meeting in Tokyo, Japan, in 2009, organized by Carcinological Society of Japan and The Crustacean Society. The presentations by internationally leading carcinologists represent major reviews of all areas of crustacean research.
Edited by Charles Fransen, Sammy de Grave and Peter Ng.
This volume is devoted to the memory of Lipke Bijdeley Holthuis who dedicated his life to the study of Crustacea. Included are over 50 papers written by his friends and colleagues mainly dealing with crustacean taxonomy and systematics.
In the present new classification, the section Callianassida comprises two superfamilies, Axioidea and Callianassoidea, 19 families including one new family and two families with a new status, 8 subfamilies including one subfam. nov., 116 genera including 41 gen. nov. and 8 genera sensu nov., ...
Comprises about 1,324 species. This is 300 more than any figure given for Psychidae so far.
George O. Poinar Jr, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA
This book establishes a solid base in palaeonematology with descriptions of 66 new fossil species and accounts of all previous fossil and subfossil nematodes from sedimentary deposits, coprolites, amber and mummies.
Edited by I. Löbl & A. Smetana
A comprehensive work covering the about 100,000 species of Coleoptera known to occur in the Palaearctic Region. The complete work is planned for 8 volumes that will be published in intervals of about 18 months.
Edited by Alessandro Minelli
"The Myriapoda” is the first comprehensive monograph ever on all aspects of myriapod biology, including external and internal morphology, physiology, reproduction, development, distribution, ecology, phylogeny and taxonomy. It is thus of major interest for all zoologists and soil biologists.
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