Select Polychaete — Bristleworm References

References from the 2013 Coral and Reef USA article Do You Bristle

References from the 2013 Coral and Reef USA article Do You Bristle

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Ambrose Jr.,W.G. 1984. “Influence of residents on the development of a marine soft-bottom community.” Journal of Marine Research. 42: 633-654.

Arvanitidis, C.; Koukouras, A. 1994. “Polychaete fauna associated with the coral Cladocora caespitosa (L.) in the eastern Mediterranean.” Memoires du Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle. 162: 347-353.

Ben-Tzvi, O.; Einbinder, S.; Bronkovich, E. 2006. “A beneficial association between a polychaete worm and a scleractinian coral?” Coral Reefs. 25: 98.

Britton, J.C.; Morton, B. 1993. “Are there obligate marine scavengers?” The Marine Biology of the South China Sea. Ed: Morton, B. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong. 357-391.

Chesney Jr., E.J.; Tenore, K.R. 1988. “Oscillations of laboratory populations of the polychaete Capitella capitata (Type I): their cause and implications for natural populations.” Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 20: 289-296.

Dauer, D.M.; Maybury, C.A.; Ewing, R.M. 1981. “Feeding behavior and general ecology of several spionid polychaetes from the Chesapeake Bay.” Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 54: 21-38.

Eckert, G.J. 1985. “Absence of toxin producing parapodial glands in Amphinomid polychaetes (fireworms).” Toxicon. 23:(2)350-353.

Emson, R.H.; Young, C.M.; Paterson, G.L.J. 1993. “A fire worm with a sheltered life: Studies of Benthoscolex cubanus Hartman (Amphinomidae), an internal associate of the bathyal sea-urchin Archeopneustes hystrix (A. Agassiz, 1880).” Journal of Natural History. 27:(5), 1013-1028.

Fauchald, K. 1977. “The polychaete worms; definitions and keys to the orders, families, and genera.” Science Series 28. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,  Los Angeles, CA. 188

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