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References used for species in the Family Phrosinidae
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Battaglia, P.: Pedà, C., S. Musolino, V. Esposito, F. Andaloro and T. Romeo, 2016 Diet and first documented data on plastic ingestion of Trachinotus ovatus L. 1758 (Pisces: Carangidae) from the Strait of Messina (central Mediterranean Sea). Italian Journal of Zoology 83(1):121-129.
Bisby, F.A., M.A. Ruggiero, K.L. Wilson, M. Cachuela-Palacio, S.W. Kimani, Y.R. Roskov, A. Soulier-Perkins and J. van Hertum, 2005 Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2005 Annual Checklist. CD-ROM; Species 2000: Reading, U.K.
Bowman, T.E., 1978 Revision of the pelagic amphipod genus Primno (Hyperiidea: Phrosinidae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 275:1-23.
Cartes, J.E. and F. Sardá, 1989 Feeding ecology of the deep-water aristeid crustacean Aristeus antennatus. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 54:229-238.
Cherel, Y., P. Bocher, C. De Broyer and K.A. Hobson, 2002 Food and feeding ecology of the sympatric thin-billed Pachyptila belcheri and Antarctic P. desolata prions at Iles Kerguelen, Southern Indian Ocean. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 228:263-281.
Chilton, C., 1910 The Crustacea of the Kermadec Islands. Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand 43:544-573.
Davenport, J. and E.R. Trueman, 1985 Oxygen uptake and buoyancy in zooplanktonic organisms from the tropical eastern Atlantic. Compendium of Biochemistry and Physiology 81A:857-863.
Duffy, C.A.J. and S.T. Ahyong, 2015 Annotated checklist of the marine flora and fauna of the Kermadec Islands Marine Reserve and northern Kermadec Ridge, New Zealand. Bulletin of the Auckland Museum 20:19-124.
Gorsky, G., S. Dallot, J. Sardou, R. Fenaux, C. Carré and I. Palazzoli, 1988 C and N composition of some northwestern Mediterranean zooplankton and micronekton species. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 124(2):133-144.
Hibberd, T. and K. Moore, 2009 Field identification guide to Heard Island and McDonald Islands benthic invertebrates: a guide for scientific observers aboard fishing vessels. Kingston, Tas. : Australian Antarctic Division and Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (Australia), 152 p.
Hogg, O.T., D.K.A. Barnes and H.J. Griffiths, 2011 Highly diverse, poorly studied and uniquely threatened by climate change: an assessment of marine biodiversity on South Georgia's continental shelf. PLoS ONE 6(5):e19795.
Ikeda T. and Hirakawa K.., 1998 Metabolism and body composition of zooplankton in the cold mesopelagic zone of the southern Japan Sea. Plankton Biology and Ecology 45:31-44.
Ivanovic, M.L. and N.E. Brunetti, 1994 Food and feeding of Illex argentinus. Antarc. Sci. 6(2):185-193.
LeCroy, S.E.R., R. Gasca, I. Winfield, M. Ortiz and E. Escobar-Briones, 2009 Amphipoda (Crustacea) of the Gulf of Mexico. pp. 941-972 In Felder, D.L.; Camp, D.K. (eds.) Gulf of Mexico - Origins, Waters, and Biota. Biodiversity. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas.
Lowry, J., 2006 The Amphipoda of New Caledonia. pp. 239-245 In Payri, C.E., Richer de Forges, B. (eds.), Compendium of Marine Species of New Caledonia. Doc. Sci. Tech. II7, seconde édition, IRD Nouméa.
Lowry, J.K., 2000 Taxonomic status of amphipod crustaceans in the South China Sea with a checklist of known species. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 8:309-342.
Lowry, J.K. and A.A. Myers, 2009 Benthic Amphipoda (Crustacea: Peracarida) of the Great Barrier Reef. Zootaxa 2260(16):17-108., 2050
Murray, J., 1896 On the deep and shallow-water marine fauna of the Kerguelen region of the Great Southern Ocean. Challenger Expedition 343-500 p.
Potier, M., F. Ménard, H.D. Benivary and R. Sabatié, 2011 Length and weight estimates from diagnostic hard part structures of fish, crustacea and cephalopods forage species in the western Indian Ocean. Environ. Biol. Fishes 92:413-423.
Ruppert, E.E., R.S. Fox and R.D. Barnes, 2004 Invertebrate Zoology. A functional evolutionary approach. 7th Ed. Brooks/Cole, Thomson Learning learning, Inc. 990 p.
Shih, C. and Q. Chen, 1995 The Hyperiidea (Crustacea: Amphipoda). Zooplankton of China Seas 2:1-295.
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Anchylomera blossevillei Milne Edwards, 1830. [Accessed 09/27/2016].
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Phrosina semilunata Risso, 1822. [Accessed 09/27/2016].
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Primno abyssalis (Bowman, 1968). [Accessed 09/23/2016].
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Primno brevidens Bowman, 1978. [Accessed 09/27/2016].
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Primno evansi Sheader, 1986. [Accessed 09/21/2016].
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Primno johnsoni Bowman, 1978. [Accessed 09/27/2016].
Smithsonian Institution, 2016 Primno latreillei Stebbing, 1888. [Accessed 09/27/2016].
Southern Ocean Mollusc Database (SOMBASE), 2011 British Antarctic Survey, SOMBASE. Accessed through GBIF data portal,, 2011-07-15.
Stebbing, T.R.R., 1888 Report on the Amphipoda collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-76. Zoology 29:1-1737, 210 pls.
Torres, J.J., J. Donnelly, T.L. Hopkins, T.M. Lancraft, A.V. Aarset and D.G. Ainley, 1994 Proximate composition and overwintering strategies of Antarctic micronektonic Crustacea. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 113:221-232.
Zheng, Y., X. Chen, J. Chen, Y. Wang, X. Shen, W. Chen and C. Li, 2003 Biological resources and the environment in East China Sea. Scientific Technology Publishing of Shanghai, 835 p.