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Scott, A. (1909). The Copepoda of the Siboga Expedition. Part I. Free-swimming, littoral and semi-parasitic Copepoda. Siboga Expeditie, Monograph, Leiden. 29:1-323, pls. 1-69.
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Scott, A.
1909
The Copepoda of the Siboga Expedition. Part I. Free-swimming, littoral and semi-parasitic Copepoda.
Siboga Expeditie, Monograph, Leiden
29:1-323, pls. 1-69
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The World Of Copepods (T. Chad Walter)
Available in Wilson Copepod Library (non-digital)
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Alteuthellopsis oblivia (Scott A., 1909) (original description)
Arietellus major Esterly, 1906 accepted as Arietellus simplex Sars G.O., 1905 (source of synonymy)
Calanus gracilis Dana, 1852 accepted as Neocalanus gracilis (Dana, 1852) (source of synonymy)
Calanus patagoniensis (Brady, 1883) accepted as Calanoides patagoniensis Brady, 1883 (source of synonymy)
Eudactylopus Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Eudactylopus latipes (Scott T., 1893) (new combination reference)
Kelleria pectinata (Scott A., 1909) (original description)
Macrosetella Scott A., 1909 (additional source)
Monstrilla cymbula Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Monstrilla inserta Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Monstrilla longipes Scott A., 1909 accepted as Maemonstrilla longipes (Scott A., 1909) (original description)
Monstrilla orcula Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Monstrilla turgida Scott A., 1909 accepted as Maemonstrilla turgida (Scott A., 1909) (original description)
Paraeuchaeta Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Pseudanthessius pectinatus Scott A., 1909 accepted as Kelleria pectinata (Scott A., 1909) (original description)
Pseudodiaptomus clevei Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Sapphirina longifurca Scott A., 1909 accepted as Sapphirina iris Dana, 1849 (original description)
Tortanus murrayi Scott A., 1909 represented as Tortanus (Atortus) murrayi Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Tydemanella Scott A., 1909 (original description)
Undina Dana, 1849 accepted as Undinula Scott A., 1909 (source of synonymy)