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Jeff Bowen and Amy Wilson did considerable organization. For a pdf version: Bioerosion Bibliography Abbass, H.
A monograph on the Egyptian Paleocene and Eocene pelecypods. Egyptian Journal of Geology Parasitism, abnormal growth and predation on Cretaceous echinoids from Egypt.
Revue de Paleobiologie Gustav Fischer, Jena, pp. Size and shape in the Phylum Phoronida. Journal of the Zoological Society of London Borings of phoronids from the Eocene of the Ukraine. Substrate destruction and sediment production by the boring sponge Cliona caribbaea on Grand Cayman Island.
Journal of Sedimentary Petrology On a new penetrating alga. An unusual occurrence of Tresus nuttalli Conrad, Mollusca: Carbonic anhydrase of Sepia officinalis L. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 38B: The sedimentologic and paleoecologic significance of Lithotrya, a rock-boring barnacle.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology This shore is probably post-Pliocene; see Hamza, Biotic interactions revealed by macroborings in Arctic bivalve molluscs.
Significance of algal borings and Acmaea grazing traces on molluscan shells from Ardyne West Scotland postglacial sediments. Depth distribution of endolithic algae from the Firth of Clay: Bioerosion of oyster shells in brackish mangrove swamps, Nigeria.
Depth of deposition of Early Holocene raised sediments at Irvine deduced from algal borings in mollusc shells. Scottish Journal of Geology Shell-boring algae on the Scottish continental shelf: Shell bioerosion in high-latitude low-energy environments: Firths of Clyde and Lorne, Scotland.
Limpet grazing on Cretaceous algal-bored ammonites. On fouling and boring organisms and mortality of pearl oysters in the farm at Veppalodai, Gulf of Manaar.
Indian Journal of Fisheries A nondestructive method to evaluate population structure and bioerosion activity of the boring bivalve Gastrochaena dubia.
Journal of Coastal Research Shell disease of Ostrea edulis L. Physiological requirements of two marine Phycomycetes, Althornia crouchii and Ostracoblabe implexa.
Transactions of the British Mycological Society Vie et Milieu 1: Association of ectoparasitic prosobranch gastropods with Upper Cretaceous echinoid Galerites. Fossil and Recent Echinoderm Researches, Resistance to and repair of shell breakage induced by durophages in Late Ordovician brachiopods.
Journal of Paleontology Distribution of pedicle boring traces and the life habit of Late Paleozoic leiorhynchid brachiopods from dysoxic habitats. Feeding adaptations of the foraminiferan Cibicides refulgens living epizoically and parasitically on the Antarctic scallop Admussium colbecki.ACM Computing Surveys Hypertext and Hypermedia Symposium Citation Index- A [Aarseth ] Espin J.
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