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Species Synaptotanais notabilis

 
 
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Higher-level crustacean phylogeny: Consensus and conflicting hypotheses
By Ronald A. Jenner
Arthropod Structure & Development, Vol. 39, Issues 2-3, 143-153, 2010
Abstract (full text with subscription).

Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota: Biodiversity
By Darryl L. Felder, David K. Camp
Texas A&M University Press, 2009

The Nature Of Alaska, An Introduction to Familiar Plants, Animals & Outstanding Natural Attractions.
By Kavanagh, J.
Waterford Press Inc. Tampa, Florida. 175 pp., 2016
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Kavanagh, J. 2016. The Nature Of Alaska, An Introduction to Familiar Plants, Animals & Outstanding Natural Attractions. 2nd Ed. Waterford Press Inc. Tampa, Florida. 175 pp.

This beautifully illustrated field guide highlights more than 325 familiar plants and animals.

brief section on Crustacea is relevant to our purposes...

An updated classification of the Recent Crustacea
By Martin J.W., Davis G.E.
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series 39: vi + 124 pp., 2001

Genitalic morphology and phylogenomic placement of the Australian spider Paraplectanoides crassipes Keyserling, 1886 (Araneae, A
By Hormiga, G., Kulkarni, S., Arnedo, M. A., Dimitrov, D., Giribet, G., Kallal, R. J. & Scharff, N.
Invertebrate Systematics 37(12): 797-818, 2023
Genitalic morphology and phylogenomic placement of the Australian spider Paraplectanoides crassipes Keyserling, 1886 (Araneae, Araneidae) with a discussion on the classification of the family Araneidae.

https://wsc.nmbe.ch/reference/17491
http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/IS23050

North American vegetable pests: The pattern of invasion
By Capinera J.L.
Am. Entomol. 48(1): 20‒39, 2002

Insects and Their Beneficial Microbes
By Angela E. Douglas
Princeton University Press, 2022
A comprehensive overview of symbiotic relationships between insects and microbes. Insects and Their Beneficial Microbes provides a much-needed conceptual framework for the growing discipline of insect-microbial interactions, and offers a wealth of insights into insect symbioses from molecular, physiological, ecological, and evolutionary perspectives.

The World Beneath our Feet: A Guide to Life in the Soil
By James B. Nardi
Oxford University Press, 2003
An excellent overview of soil critters, how they interact with each other, and how they interact to keep our soil healthy and hence our plants.

 
 
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