Resources

Books

Beesley, P. L., G. J. B. Ross, and C. J. Glasby, eds. Polychaetes and Allies: The Southern Synthesis. Fauna of Australia. Vol. 4A, Polychaeta, Myzostomida, Pogonophora, Echiura, Sipuncula. Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO Publishing, 2000.

Grasse, P. P. Traite de Zoologie. Vol. 5. Paris: Masson et Cie, 1959.

Stephen, A. C., and S. J. Edmonds. The Phyla Sipuncula and Echiura. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History), 1972.

Periodicals

Agius, L. "Larval Settlement in the Echiuran Worm Bonellia viridis: Settlement on Both the Adult Proboscis and Body Trunk." Marine Biology 53 (2002): 125-129.

Fisher, W. K., and G. E. MacGinitie. "The Natural History of an Echiuroid Worm." Annals and Magazine of Natural History 10 (1928): 204-213.

Jaccarini, V., L. Agius, P. J. Schembri, and M. Rizzo. "Sex Determination and Larval Sexual Interaction in Bonellia viridis Rolando (Echiura)." Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 66 (1983): 25-40.

Nishikawa, T. "Comments on the Taxonomic Status of Ikeda taenioides (Ikeda, 1904) with Some Amendments in the Classification of the Phylum Echiura." Zoological Science 19 (2002): 1175-1180.

Other

"Introduction to the Echiura." [July 24, 2003]. <http://www .ucmp.berkeley.edu/annelida/echiura.html>.

Murina, V. V. "Phylum Echiura Stephen, 1965." 1998 [July 24, 2003]. <http://www.ibss.iuf.net/people/murina/echiura .html>.

Tatiana Menchini Steiner, PhD

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