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Species Philoscia muscorum

 
 
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Wright J. (yyyy) Southern California Oniscidea
[cite:1347745]

Wright J. (1997) Pillbugs
[cite:502550]
a detailed fact sheet with emphasis on SD fauna

Schotte et al., eds. (2008-) World marine, freshwater and terrestrial isopod crustaceans database (version 2013-03-04)
[cite:502553]

Schotte M., Boyko C.B, Bruce N.L., Poore G.C.B., Taiti S., Wilson G.D.F. (Eds) (2013) WoRMS Isopoda: World marine, freshwater and terrestrial isopod crustaceans database (version 2013-03-04) (part of World Register of Marine Species)

Boyko et al. (Eds) (2008-) World marine, freshwater and terrestrial isopod crustaceans database
[cite:502553]
Source suggested as BG standard reference in(1)

Key to the Isopoda of Ohio revised by G.S. Rife
[cite:502537]

Key to the Zooplankton of the Northeast
helpful key to common zooplankton, such as daphniidae or cylopidae

Maes J.-M., ed. (YYYY) Fauna entomologica de Nicaragua
[cite:1713091]

Green Nature - Insects
The insects section is a beginner's guide (or enthusiast guide) for insect identification. It uses both formal and informal language to divide the topic in a somewhat orderly manner. Pictures and original video are also included.

Because of their popularity among the enthusiast class, topics such as butterflies, dragonflies and spiders are more heavily covered than other topics.

Happy bug hunting to everyone.

 
 
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