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Antarctic Ostracoda (Myodocopina)
Worldwide Diving Discoveries of Living Fossil Animals from the Depths of Anchialine and Marine Caves
Inland (anchialine) and offshore submarine caves in limestone and volcanic bedrock are extreme environments inhabited by endemic, cave-adapted (typically eyeand pigment-reduced) fauna. Specialized
Ecology and Taxonomy of Recent Marine Ostracodes in the Bimini Area, Great Bahama Bank
This paper presents a systematic review and meta-analyses of the determinants of substrate influence on distribution of Oslracode Dislribulion in the presence of fog, and investigates the role of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and other gases.
Ostracoda (Myodocopina) of the SE Australian Continental Slope, Part 1
Kornicker, Louis S., and Gary C.B. Poore. Ostracoda (Myodocopina) of the SE Australian Continental Slope, Part 3. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 573, 186 pages, 102 figures, 17 tables,
Revision, Distribution, Ecology, and Ontogeny of the Ostracode Subfamily Cyclasteropinae (Myodocopina: Cylindroleberididae)
The subfamily Cyclasteropinae is revised using the Hennigian system for deriving the cladistics of suprageneric catagories, and the comparative morphology of the various taxa under study is discussed in detail.
Sarsiellidae of the Western Atlantic and Northern Gulf of Mexico, and Revision of the Sarsiellinae (Ostracoda: Myodocopina)
The distribution of Sarsiellidae on the continental shelves of eastern North America, the northern Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, and Bermuda is discussed and the number of eggs per clutch is shown to be, in part, a function of carapace length.