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Family Asellidae - Common Waterslaters

 
 
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Adaptations in morphology and life cycle of subterranean populations of Caecidotea racovitzai australis from South Florida ( ...
By Alessandro Campanaro, Maria Cristina Bruno
Subterranean Biology, 2007
Full name: Adaptations in morphology and life cycle of subterranean populations of Caecidotea racovitzai australis from South Florida (Isopoda: Asellidae)

Caecidotea burkensis, new species, a unique subterranean isopod from Burke's Garden, with a synopsis of the biogeography and ...
By Salisa L. Lewis, Julian J. Lewis and William Orndorff
Journal of Cave & Karst Studies, 2021
Full name: Caecidotea burkensis, new species, a unique subterranean isopod from Burke’s Garden, with a synthesis of the biogeography and evolution of southwestern Virginia Asellids

A revision of North American epigean species of Asellus (Crustacea: Isopoda)
By W. D. Williams
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, 1970
All species mentioned in here save for Asellus aquaticus were moved to Caecidotea a few years later.

The systematics, zoogeography and life history of the troglobitic isopods of the Interior Plateaus of the eastern United States
By Julian J. Lewis
University of Louisville, 1988
The most recent comprehensive guide on cave isopods in the Interior Low Plateaus and the Ozarks. Also has some important taxonomical commentary

Endangered Species Management in an era of ever-increasing biodiversity: a case study of the molecular phylogenetics of Lirce...
By Julian Lewis, Salisa Lewis, William Orndorff, Florian Malard, Christophe Douady, Lara Konecy
National Speleological Society, 2019
Full name: ENDANGERED SPECIES MANAGEMENT IN AN ERA OF EVER-INCREASING BIODIVERSITY: A CASE STUDY OF THE MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS OF LIRCEUS HARGERI

Covers some of the "cryptic" diversity of the genus Lirceus in the "Mountain Empire" region (SW Virginia to NE Tennessee)

Mexistenasellus floridensis sp. n., the first stenasellid isopod discovered from the Floridan aquifer (Crustacea, Isopoda, ...
By Julian J. Lewis, Thomas R. Sawicki
Subterranean Biology 17: 121-132 , 2016
Full title: Mexistenasellus floridensis sp. n., the first stenasellid isopod discovered from the Floridan aquifer (Crustacea, Isopoda, Asellota)
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A monograph on the isopods of North America.
By Richardson, H.
Bulletin of the United States National Museum. 54: i–liii, 1-727, 740 figs., 1905
Full Text - BHL

Richardson, H. 1905. A monograph on the isopods of North America. Bulletin of the United States National Museum. 54: i–liii, 1-727, 740 figs.

By Harriet Richardson, Collaborator, Division of Marine Invertebrates.

Introduction

In the preparation of the present monograph my purpose has been to give descriptions and figures of all the species of isopodous Crustacea, marine, terrestrial, and fresh-water, known to North America, with synopses, so as to assist the student in the identification of each species.

Annotated checklist of the Isopoda (Subphylum Crustacea: Class Malacostraca) of Arkansas and Oklahoma...
By Graening G.O., Slay M.E., Fenolio D.B., Robison H.W.
Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 87: 1-14, 2007

 
 
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