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Turbellaria (within lobster mouth parts)                              

Brandon Meteyard (2012)

 

 

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References & Links

Cannon, L. (1986). "Turbellaria of the World: A Guide to Families & Genera." QLD Museum, pp 1-87

Gerlach, S. (1971). "On the Importance of Marine Meiofauna for Benthos Communities." Oecologia (Berl.), 6, 176-190

Halton, D., and Gustafsson, M. (1996). "Functional morphology of the platyhelminth nervous system." Parasitology, 113, pp S47-S72 

Meeus, T., Prugnolle, P., and Agnew, P. (2007). "Asexual reproduction: Genetics and evolutionary aspects." Cellular and Molecular Life sciences, 64, pp 1355-1372

OBIS, (2012), [Internet], <http://iobis.org/mapper/> [Accessed: 20/10/12]

Rieger, R. (1998), "100 Years of Research on 'Turbellaria.", Biology of the Turbellaria, 383, pp 1-27

Riser, N., and Morse, P. (1974). "Biology of Turbellaria." McGraw-Hill.

Ruppert, E., Fox, R., and Barnes, R. (2004). "Invertebrate Zoology: A functional evolutionary approach." Brooks/Cole, 7th Edition, pp 225-250

Wrona, F., and Koopowitz, H. (1998), "Behavior of the rhabdocoel flatworm Mesostoma ehrenbergii in prey capture and feeding." Hydrobiologia, 383, pp 35-40

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