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  • Canning, E.U. Curry, A, and Okamura, B. 2007. Early development of the myxozoan Buddenbrockia plumatellae in the bryozoans Hyalinella punctata and Plumatella fungosa, with comments on taxonomy and systematics of the Myxozoa. Folia Parasitologica 55: 241-255.
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  • Hill, S. L. L. 2006. The ecology and conservation of the rare freshwater bryozoan, Lophopus crystallinus. School of Biological Sciences. University of Reading, Reading.
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  • Kaminski, M. 1984. Food composition of three bryozoan species (Bryozoa, Phylactolaemata) in a mesotrophic lake. Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii 31:45-53.
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  • Pallas, P.S. 1768. Descripto Tubulariae fugosa prope Volodemirum mense Julio 1768 observatae. Novi Commentarii academiae scientiarum imperialis Petropolitanae, 12, 565-572.
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  • Wood, T. S. and Okamura, B. 2005. A key to the British and European freshwater bryozoans with ecological notes. Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, United Kingdom.
  • Wöss, E. R. 1996. Life-history variation in freshwater bryozoans. Pp. 391-399 in Gordon, D. P. Smith, A. M. and Grant-Mackie, J. A. eds. Bryozoans in space and time. NIWA, Wellington, New Zealand.

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