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  • Journal

    Abraham, P.

    XV.—Notes on some genera of nudibranchiate mollusca, with notices of a new genus and of some hitherto undescribed species, in the collection of the British Museum

    1876 - Annals and Magazine of Natural History

    In-text: (Abraham 132-146)

    Your Bibliography: Abraham, P.S. "XV.—Notes On Some Genera Of Nudibranchiate Mollusca, With Notices Of A New Genus And Of Some Hitherto Undescribed Species, In The Collection Of The British Museum." Annals and Magazine of Natural History 18.104 (1876): 132-146. Web. 19 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Braby, M. F.

    Threatened species conservation of invertebrates in Australia: an overview

    2018 - Austral Entomology

    In-text: (Braby 173-181)

    Your Bibliography: Braby, Michael F. "Threatened Species Conservation Of Invertebrates In Australia: An Overview." Austral Entomology 57.2 (2018): 173-181. Web.

  • Journal

    Burn, R.

    Port Phillip Bay Survey 1957–1963. Opisthobranchia

    1966 - Memoirs of the National Museum of Victoria

    In-text: (Burn 265-288)

    Your Bibliography: Burn, R. "Port Phillip Bay Survey 1957–1963. Opisthobranchia." Memoirs of the National Museum of Victoria 27 (1966): 265-288. Web.

  • Website

    Burn, R. and Wilson, R.

    Ceratosoma brevicaudatum Abraham, 1876, Short-tailed Sea Slug


    In-text: (Burn and Wilson)

    Your Bibliography: Burn, Robert, and Robin Wilson. "Ceratosoma Brevicaudatum Abraham, 1876, Short-Tailed Sea Slug." Museums Victoria Collections. N.p., 2017. Web. 4 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Connolly, R. M.

    Differences in composition of small, motile invertebrate assemblages from seagrass and unvegetated habitats in a southern Australian estuary

    1997 - Hydrobiologia

    In-text: (Connolly 137-148)

    Your Bibliography: Connolly, Rod M. "Differences In Composition Of Small, Motile Invertebrate Assemblages From Seagrass And Unvegetated Habitats In A Southern Australian Estuary." Hydrobiologia 346.1/2/3 (1997): 137-148. Web. 19 Nov. 2019.

  • Journal

    Fenical, W.

    Halogenation in the Rhodophyta: a review.

    1975 - Journal of Phycology

    In-text: (Fenical 245-259)

    Your Bibliography: Fenical, William. "Halogenation In The Rhodophyta: A Review.." Journal of Phycology 11.3 (1975): 245-259. Web.

  • Journal

    Fontana, A., Giménez, F., Marin, A., Mollo, E. and Cimino, G.

    Transfer of secondary metabolites from the sponges Dysidea fragilis and Pleraplysilla spinifera to the mantle dermal formations (MDFs) of the nudibranch Hypserlodoris webbi

    1994 - Experientia

    In-text: (Fontana et al. 510-516)

    Your Bibliography: Fontana, A. et al. "Transfer Of Secondary Metabolites From The Sponges Dysidea Fragilis And Pleraplysilla Spinifera To The Mantle Dermal Formations (Mdfs) Of The Nudibranch Hypserlodoris Webbi." Experientia 50.5 (1994): 510-516. Web.

  • Journal

    Gosliner, T. M.

    Aposematic coloration and mimicry in opisthobranch mollusks: new phylogenetic and experimental data

    2001 - Bollettino malacologico.

    In-text: (Gosliner 163-170)

    Your Bibliography: Gosliner, T. M. "Aposematic Coloration And Mimicry In Opisthobranch Mollusks: New Phylogenetic And Experimental Data." Bollettino malacologico. 37 (2001): 163-170. Print.

  • Journal

    Norderhaug, K. M.

    Use of red algae as hosts by kelp-associated amphipods

    2004 - Marine Biology

    In-text: (Norderhaug 225-230)

    Your Bibliography: Norderhaug, K. M. "Use Of Red Algae As Hosts By Kelp-Associated Amphipods." Marine Biology 144.2 (2004): 225-230. Web.

  • Book

    Paul, V., Cruz-Rivera, E. and Thacker, R.

    Marine chemical ecology

    2001 - CRC Press - London

    In-text: (Paul, Cruz-Rivera and Thacker 227-265)

    Your Bibliography: Paul, VJ, E Cruz-Rivera, and RW Thacker. Marine Chemical Ecology. London: CRC Press, 2001. Print.

  • Journal

    Rudman, W. B.

    Purpose in Pattern: The Evolution of Colour in Chromodorid Nudibranchs

    1991 - Journal of Molluscan Studies

    In-text: (Rudman 5-21)

    Your Bibliography: Rudman, W. B. "Purpose In Pattern: The Evolution Of Colour In Chromodorid Nudibranchs." Journal of Molluscan Studies 57.Supplement Part 4 (1991): 5-21. Web.

  • Journal

    Rudman, W. B.

    The Chromodorididae (Opisthobranchia: Mollusca) of the Indo-West Pacific: the genus Ceratosoma J. E. Gray

    1988 - Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society

    In-text: (Rudman 133-185)

    Your Bibliography: Rudman, W. B. "The Chromodorididae (Opisthobranchia: Mollusca) Of The Indo-West Pacific: The Genus Ceratosoma J. E. Gray." Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 93.2 (1988): 133-185. Web.

  • Journal

    Wagele, H.

    Potential key characters in Opisthobranchia (Gastropoda, Mollusca) enhancing adaptive radiation

    2004 - Organisms Diversity & Evolution

    In-text: (Wagele 175-188)

    Your Bibliography: Wagele, H. "Potential Key Characters In Opisthobranchia (Gastropoda, Mollusca) Enhancing Adaptive Radiation." Organisms Diversity & Evolution 4.3 (2004): 175-188. Web.

  • Journal

    Winters, A. E., White, A. M., Dewi, A. S., Mudianta, I. W., Wilson, N. G., Forster, L. C., Garson, M. J. and Cheney, K. L.

    Distribution of Defensive Metabolites in Nudibranch Molluscs

    2018 - Journal of Chemical Ecology

    In-text: (Winters et al. 384-396)

    Your Bibliography: Winters, Anne E. et al. "Distribution Of Defensive Metabolites In Nudibranch Molluscs." Journal of Chemical Ecology 44.4 (2018): 384-396. Web.

  • Website

    Youn, S.

    A Study of Defensive Mechanisms Employed by Two Species of Nudibranchs using Toxicity and Unpalatability Analyses

    2016 - Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

    In-text: (Youn)

    Your Bibliography: Youn, Sean. "A Study Of Defensive Mechanisms Employed By Two Species Of Nudibranchs Using Toxicity And Unpalatability Analyses." SIT Digital Collections. N.p., 2016. Web. 8 Nov. 2019.

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