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SOME USEFUL OR RECENT REFERENCES

Brown, J.E., C. Sommerville, R. Wooten, and G.H. Rae. 1993. Fallowing of marine Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L. farms as a method for the control of sea lice, Lepeoptherius salmonis (Kroyer, 1837). J. Fish Dis. 16: 487-493.

Hoeg, J.T., and J. Lutzen. 1995. Life cycle and reproduction in the Cirripedia Rhizocephala. Ann. Rev. Oceanog. Mar. Biol. 33: 427-485.

Johnson, S.C. and L. Margolis. 1993. Efficacy of ivermectin for control of the salmon louse Lepeoptherius salmonis on Atlantic salmon. Dis. Aquat. Org. 17: 101-105.

Lester, R.J.G., and F. Roubal. 1995. Phylum Arthropoda, 475-598. In Woo, P.T.K. (ed.) Fish diseases and disorders. Vol 1. Protozoan and metazoan infections. CAB International. 808 pp.

Roth, M. R.H. Richards, and C. Sommerville. 1993. Current practices in the chemotherapeutic control of sea lice infestations in aquaculture: a review. J. Fish. Dis. 16: 1-26.

Shields, J.D., & F.E.I. Wood. 1993. The impact of parasites on the reproduction and fecundity of the blue sand crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Australia. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 92: 159-170. [Ecological impacts of rhizocephalan parasites on crabs.]

Shields, J.D., & C.H. Earley. 1993. Cancrion australiensis new species (Isopoda: Entoniscidae) found in Thalamita sima (Brachyura: Portunidae) from Australia. Int. J. Parasitol. 23: 601-608.

Shields, J.D. 1993. Infestation and dispersion patterns of Carcinonemertes spp. on their crab hosts. Hydrobiologia 266: 45-56.

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