Resources

Books

Barrington, E. J. W. The Biology of Hemichordata and Protochordata. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman and Co., 1965.

Periodicals

Cameron, C. B., J. R. Garey, and B. J. Swalla. "Evolution of the Chordate Body Plan: New Insights from Phylogenetic Analyses of Deuterostome Phyla." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97, no. 9 (April 25, 2000): 4469-4474.

Halanych, K. M. "Suspension Feeding by the Lophophore-Like Apparatus of the Pterobranch Hemichordata Rhabdopleura normani." Biology Bulletin 185 (December 1993): 417-427.

Hart, M. W., R. L. Miller, and L. P. Madin. "Form and Feeding of a Living Planctosphaera pelagica (Phylum Hemichordata)." Marine Biology 120 (1994): 521-533.

Lester, S. M. "Ultrastructure of Adult Gonads and

Development and Structure of the Larva of Rhabdopleura normani (Hemichordata: Pterobranchia)." Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 69, no. 2 (1988): 95-109.

Organizations

British & Irish Graptolite Group. c/o Dr. A. W. A. Rushton, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Rd., South Kensington, London, SW7 5BD United Kingdom. Web site: <http://www.graptolites.co.uk/>

The Graptolite Working Group of the International

Palaeontological Association. c/o Dr. Charles E. Mitchell, Department of Geology, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260-3050 United States. E-mail: [email protected] Web site: <http://www.geology .buffalo.edu/gwg/index.htm>

Other

"Chris Cameron's Homepage." (15 July 2003). <http://cluster3 .biosci.utexas.edu/faculty/cameronc/CBC.htm>.

"Hemichordate Phylogeny." University of Washington Faculty Web Server. (15 July 2003). <http://faculty.washington.edu/ bjswalla/Hemichordata/hemichordata.html>.

Leslie Ann Mertz, PhD

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