Further Reading

Boucherle, M.M. & H. Züllig (1983). Cladoceran remains as evidence of change in trophic state in three Swiss lakes. Hydrobiologia 103: 141-146.

Deneke, R. (2000). Review of rotifers and crustaceans in highly acidic environmetns of pH values <3. Hydrobiologia 433: 167-172.

Duigan, C.A. (1992). The ecology and distribution of the littoral freshwater Chydoridae (Branchiopoda, Anomopoda) of Ireland, with taxonomic comments on some species. Hydrobiologia 241: 1-70.

Duigan, C.A. & Birks, H.H. (2000). The late-glacial and early-Holocene palaeoecology of cladoceran microfossil assemblages at Kråkenes, western Norway, with a quantitative reconstruction of temperature changes. J. Paleolimnology 23: 67-76.

Duigan, C.A. & W.L. Kovach (1991). A study of the distribution and ecology of littoral freshwater chydorid (Crustacea, Cladocera) communities in Ireland using multivariate analyses. J. Biogeography 18: 267-280.

Duigan, C.A. & D.A. Murray (1987). A contribution to taxonomy of C. sphaericus sens. lat. (Cladocera, Chydoridae). Hydrobiologia 145: 113-124.

Flössner, D. (1972). Krebstiere. Crustacea. Kiemen- und Blattfusser. Branchiopoda. Fishlause. Brachiura. Die Tierwelt Deutschland. 60: 1-501. Gustav Fisher Verlag, Jena.

Flössner, D. (2000). Die Haplopoda und Cladocera (ohne Bosminidae) Mitteleuropas. XII + 428pp. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

Frey, D.G. (1958). The late-glacial cladoceran fauna of a small lake. Arch. f. Hydrobiol. 54(1/2): 209-275.

Frey, D.G. (1959). Occurrence of Cladocera remains in lake sediments. Science 130: 1417.

Frey, D.G. (1959). The taxonomic and phylogenetic significance of the head pores of the Chydoridae (Cladocera). Int. Rev. ges. Hydrobiol. 44: 27-50.

Frey, D.G. (1960). The ecological significance of cladoceran remains in lake sediments. Ecology 41(4): 684-699.

Frey, D.G. (1960). On the occurrence of cladoceran remains in lake sediments. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 46: 917-920.

Frey, D.G. (1961). Developmental history of Schleinsee. Proc. Int. Assoc. Limnol. 14: 271-278.

Frey, D.G. (1962). Supplement to : The taxonomic and phylogenetic significance of the head pores of the Chydoridae (Cladocera). Int. Rev. ges. Hydrobiol. 47: 603-609.

Frey, D.G. (1964). Remains of animals in Quaternary lake and bog sediments and their interpretation. Ergebnisse der Limnologie, suppl. Arch. Hydrobiol. 2: 1-116.

Frey, D.G. (1976). Interpretation of Quaternary paleoecology from Cladocera and midges, and prognosis regarding usability of other organisms. Can. J. Zool. 54(12): 2208-2226.

Frey, D.G. (1979). 32 Cladocera analysis. Handbook of Holocene palaeoecology and palaeohydrology (ed. by B.E. Berglund), pp. 667-692. John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York.

Frey, D.G. (1988). Littoral and offshore communities of diatoms, cladocerans and dipterous larvae, and their interpretation in palaeolimnology. J. Palaeolimnology 1: 179-191.

Fryer, G. (1968). Evolution and adaptive radiation in the Chydoridae (Crustacea: Cladocera). Phil Trans. Roy. Soc. London. Ser. B. 254: 221-385.

Fryer, G. (1987). A new classification of the branchiopod Crustacea. Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 91: 357-383.

Fryer, G. (1993). The Freshwater Crustacea of Yorkshire. A Faunistic and Ecological Survey. Yorkshire Naturalists' Union & Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society.

Goulden, C.E. & Frey, D.G., 1963. The occurrence and significance of lateral head pores in the genus Bosmina (Cladocera). Int. Rev. ges. Hydrobiol. 48(3): 513-522.

Hofmann, W. (1978). Bosmina (Eubosmina) populations of Grosser Plöner See and Schöhsee during late-glacial and postglacial times. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 25: 167-1761

Jeppesen, E., Leavitt, P., De Meester, L. & Jensen, J. P. (2001). Functional ecology and palaeolimnology: using cladoceran remains to reconstruct anthropogenic impact. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16(4): 191-198.

Kerfoot, W.C. (1974). Net accumulation rates and the history of cladoceran communities. Ecology 55: 51-61.

Kerfoot, W.C. (1977). Implications of copepod predation. Limnology and Oceanography 22(2): 316-325.

Kerfoot, W.C. (1981). Long-term replacement cycles in cladoceran communities: A history of predation. Ecology 62: 216-233.

Margaritora, F.G. (1983). Guide per il riconoscimento delle specie animali della acque interne Italiane. 22. Cladoceri (Crustacea: Cladocera). Consiglio Nazionale delle Richerche. 169pp.

Nilssen, J.P. & S. Sandoy (1986). Acidification history and crustacean remains: some ecological obstacles. Hydrobiologia 143: 349-354.

Nilssen, J.P. & S. Sandoy (1990). Recent lake acidification and cladoceran dynamics: surface sediment and core analysis from lakes in Norway, Scotland and Sweden. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 327: 299-309.

O'Brien, W.J. & D. Schmidt (1979). Arctic Bosmina morphology and copepod predation. Limnol. Oceanogr. 24: 564-568.

Scourfield, D.J. & J.P. Harding (1966). A key to the British Freshwater Cladocera. Sci. Publ. Freshwat. Biol. Ass. 5: 1-55.

Smirnov, N.N. (1971). Chydoridae Fauny Mira. Fauna SSSR, Nov. Ser. No. 101. Rakoobraznyye, T.1., Vyp. 2.

Stansfield, J., B. Moss & K. Irvine (1989). The loss of submerged plants with eutrophication III. Potential Role of organochlorine pesticides: a palaeoecological study. Freshwater Biology 22: 109-132.

Uimonen Simola, P. & P.K. Tolonen (1987). Effects of recent acidification on Cladocera in small clear-water lakes studied by means of sedimentary remains. Hydrobiologia 145: 343-351.

Whiteside, M.C. (1970). Danish chydorid Cladocera: modern ecology and core studies. Ecol. Monogr. 40: 79-118.

Whiteside, M.C. & M.R. Swindoll (1988). Guidelines and limitations to cladoceran paleoecological interpretations. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology and Palaeoecology 62: 405-412.