Resources

Books

Kabata, Z. Parasitic Copepoda of British Fishes. London: Ray Society, 1979.

Mehlhorn, H. Parasitology in Focus. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1988.

Riley, J. "Pentastomids." In Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates. Vol. VI, edited by K. G. Adiyodi and R. G. Adiyodi. Oxford: IBH Publishing, 1994.

Periodicals

Almeida, W. O., and M. L. Christoffersson. "A Cladistic Approach to Relationships in Pentastomida." Journal of Parasitology 85 (1999): 695-704.

Böckeler, W. "Embryogenese und ZNS-Differenzierung bei Reighardia sternae, Licht- und electronenmikroskopishe Untersuchungen zur Tagmosis und systematischen Stellung der Pentastomiden." Zoologische Jahrbucher (Anatomie) 11 (1984): 297-342.

Buckle, A. C., J. Riley, and G. F. Hill. "The in vitro

Development of the Pentastomid Porocephalus crotali from the Infective Instar to the Adult Stage." Parasitology 115 (1997): 503-512.

Martin, J. W., and G. E. Davis. "An Updated Classification of the Recent Crustacea." Science Series, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 39 (2001): 1-124.

Riley, J. "The Biology of Pentastomids." Advances in Parasitology 25 (1986): 46-128.

Riley, J., and R. J. Henderson. "Pentastomids and the Tetrapod Lung." Parasitology 119, supplement (1999): S89-105.

Storch, V., and B.G.M. Jamieson. "Further Spermatological Evidence for Including the Pentastomida (Tongue Worms) in the Crustacea." International Journal of Parasitology 22 (1992): 95-108.

Walossek, D., and K. J. Müller. "Pentastomid Parasites from the Lower Palaeozoic of Sweden." Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences 85 (1994): 1-37.

Wingstrand K. G. "Comparative Spermatology of a Pentastomid Raillietiella hemidactyli and a Branchiuran Crustacean Argulus foliaceus with a Discussion of Pentastomid Relationships. Biologiske Skrifter 19 (1972): 1-72.

John Riley, PhD

Phylum Arthropoda Class Pycnogonida Number of families 8

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Spiderlike marine creatures that both live on and eat seaweed and some marine invertebrates

Photo: A sea spider (class Pycnogonida) on kelp. (Photo by David Hall/Photo Researchers, Inc. Reproduced by permission.)

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