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  • Bradford, Janet M., and John B. Jillett. 1974. A revision of Generic definitions in the Calanidae (Copepoda, Calanoida). Crustaceana, vol. 27, pt. 1. 5-16
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  • Ency. Brit. (Suppl. to ed. 4-6), 1 (2), 407.
  • Leach, W.E.. 1816. Annulosa. In: Encyclopedia Britannica, supplement to the fourth, fifth and sixth editions 1:401-453, pls. 20-26. (vi-1816)
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  • T. S. Petipa, E. V. Pavlova, G. N. Mironov, The food web structure, utilization transport of energy by trophic levels in the planktonic communities. In: Marine Food Chains, J. H. Steele, Ed. (Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, 1970), 142-167 from p. 155.
  • T. S. Petipa, E. V. Pavlova, G. N. Mironov, The food web structure, utilization transport of energy by trophic levels in the planktonic communities. In: Marine Food Chains, J. H. Steele, Ed. (Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, 1970), 142-167, from p. 154.
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