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Reproductive isolation and genetic differentiation in North American species of Triops ...
By C. Sassaman, M. A. Simovich, and M. Fugate
Hydrobiologia Vol. 359: 125-147, 1997
C. Sassaman, M. A. Simovich, and M. Fugate, Reproductive isolation and genetic differentiation in North American species of Triops (Crustacea: Branchiopoda: Notostraca), Hydrobiologia, 1997, 359: 125-147, 1997.

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Contributions to the morphology and taxonomy of the Branchiopoda Notostraca with special reference to the North American species
By Folke Linder
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol.102, No, 3291, pp. 1-69, 1956

Biodiversity survey of large branchiopod crustacea in New Mexico completion report (2000-2002)
By B. Lang and D.C. Rogers
NM Department of Game and Fish, 202
B. Lang and D.C. Rogers 2002, unpublished. Biodiversity survey of large branchiopod crustacea in New Mexico completion report (2000-2002), NM Department of Game and Fish. It is available from the Valles Caldera Coalition and Valles Caldera Trust Preserve Scientist Bob Parmenter.

I placed a revision of the report's Appendix I. Large branchiopod crustacean collection data in New Mexico, 2000-2002 in the Articles forum. It contains location data for many species in NM hyperlinked to Google Maps satellite images of the various sites.

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).

Branchiopoda (Anostraca, Notostraca, Laevicaudata, Spinicaudata, Cyclestherida)
By D. C. Rogers
Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, vol. 2, pp. 242-249, 2009
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In this reference:

Table 1 Higher classification of branchiopod Crustacea

Class Branchiopoda
  Subclass Sarsostraca
    Order Anostraca
      Suborder Artemiina
      Suborder Anostracina
  Subclass Phyllopoda
    Order Notostraca
    Order Laevicaudata
    Order Diplostraca
      Suborder Spinicaudata
      Suborder Cyclestherida (Combined with the Cladocera into the ‘Cladoceromorpha’)
      Suborder Cladocera

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

 
 
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