Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Megacyclops viridis listed in key words.

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16908 Journal Article Abdullahi, B.A. 1990. The effect of temperature on reproduction in three species of cyclopoid copepods. Hydrobiologia 196:101-109.
16909 Journal Article Abdullahi, B.A. 1992. Effects of diet on growth and development of three species of cyclopoid copepods. Hydrobiologia 232:233-241.
16910 Journal Article Adalsteinsson, H. 1979. Seasonal variation and habitat distribution of benthic Crustacea in Lake Myvatn, Iceland in 1973. Oikos 32(1-2):195-201.
16911 Journal Article Armengol, J. 1978. Zooplankton crustaceans in Spanish reservoirs. Proceedings: Congress in Denmark 1977 Part 3: Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 20:1652-1656.
16912 Journal Article Baranya, E., L. Forro, and A. Herzig. 2004. Species composition and seasonal dynamics of cladoceran and copepod zooplankton in artificial sodic ponds. Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 57(2-3):113-120.
16913 Journal Article Berzinš, B., and J. Bertilsson. 1990. Occurrence of limnic micro-crustaceans in relation to pH and humic content in Swedish water bodies. Hydrobiologia 199:65-71.
16914 Journal Article Biserkov, V., and T. Genov. 1988. On the life cycle of Ophiotaenia europaea Odening 1963 (Cestoda: Ophiotaenidae). Khelmintologiya 25:7-14.
16915 Journal Article Cruz, L., and R. Martinez. 1976. Limnological study of the Cubillas reservoir near Granada, Spain. 2. Seasonal distribution and daily cycle of planktonic crustaceans. Cuadernos de Ciencias Biologicas Universidad de Granada 5:87-108.
16916 Journal Article Dieng, H., M. Boots, N. Tuno, Y. Tsuda, and M. Takagi. 2002. A laboratory and field evaluation of Macrocyclops distinctus, Megacyclops viridis and Mesocyclops pehpeiensis as control agents of the dengue vector Aedes albopictus in a peridomestic area in Nagasaki, Japan. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 16(3):285-291.
16917 Journal Article Einsle, U.K. 1988. Taxonomy of the genus Megacyclops (Crustacea, Copepoda): morphometry and the use of enzyme electrophoresis. Hydrobiologia 167/168:387-391.
24650 Journal Article Fryer, G. 1957. The food of some freshwater cyclopoid copepods and its ecological significance. The Journal of Animal Ecology 26(2):740-756.
13596 Journal Article Grigorovich, I.A., R.I. Colautti, E.L. Mills, K. Holeck, A.G. Ballert, and H.J. MacIsaac. 2003. Ballast-mediated animal introductions in the Laurentian Great Lakes: retrospective and prospective analyses. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:740-756.
16918 Journal Article Hansen, A.M., and E. Jeppesen. 1992. Changes in the abundance and composition of cyclopoid copepods following fish manipulation in eutrophic Lake Vaeng, Denmark. Freshwater Biology 28(2):183-193.
16354 Journal Article Hudson, P.L., J.W. Reid, L.T. Lesko, and J.H. Selgeby. 1998. Cyclopoid and harpacticoid copepods of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin New Series 12(2):50 p.
16919 Journal Article Michajlow, W. 1969. Dinema symmetricum, new species Euglenoidina, parasite of Copepoda from Poland. Bulletin de l’Academie Polonaise des Sciences Serie des Sciences Biologiques 17(8):495-498.
16920 Journal Article Michajlow, W., and I. Wita. 1976. Embryocola diflagellatus, new species Euglenoidina, parasite of Copepoda from the environs of Warsaw, Poland. Bulletin de l’Academie Polonaise des Sciences Serie des Sciences Biologiques 24(10):615-618.
16921 Journal Article Moravec, F. 1977. The development of the nematode Philometra abdominalis in the intermediate host. Folia Parasitologica (Ceske Budejovice) 24(3):237-245.
1042 Journal Article Ogle, D.H., J.H. Selgeby, R.M. Newman, and M.G. Henry. 1995. Diet and feeding periodicity of ruffe in the St. Louis River estuary, Lake Superior. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 124:356-369.
16922 Journal Article Pesce, G.L., and D. Maggi. 1981. Cyclopoids and calanoids of the underground waters of southern Greece and some islands of Greece (Crustacea, Copepoda). Ecologia Mediterranea 7(163-182).
16923 Journal Article Scholz, T. 1997. Life cycle of Bothriocephalus claviceps, a specific parasite of eels. Journal of Helminthology 71(3):241-248.
16924 Journal Article Schutze, M.L.M., C.E. Rocha, and G.A. Boxshall. 2000. Antennulary development during the copepodid phase in the family Cyclopidae (Copepoda, Cyclopoida). Zoosystema 22(4):749-806.
16925 Journal Article Szlauer, L. 1963. Diurnal migrations of minute invertebrates inhabiting the zone of submerged hydrophytes in a lake. Aquatic Sciences Research Across Boundaries 25(1):56-64.
16926 Journal Article Tinson, S., and J. Laybourn-Parry. 1985. The behavioural responses and tolerance of freshwater benthic cyclopoid copepods to hypoxia and anoxia. Hydrobiologia 127(3):257-264.
16879 Book Chapter Williamson, C.E. 1991. Copepoda. Pages 787-822 in Thorp, J.H., and A.P. Covich, eds. Ecology and classification of North American freshwater invertebrates. Academic Press, Inc, San Diego, California . San Diego, CA.
16927 Journal Article Wolfram, G., K. Donabaum, M. Schagerl, and V.A. Kowarc. 1999. The zoobenthic community of shallow salt pans in Austria – preliminary results on phenology and the impact of salinity on benthic invertebrates. Hydrobiologia 408-409:193-202.


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