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The Carl N. Shuster Jr. Ph.D. Collection

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Salmon, M. "Courtship, mating systems, and sexual selection in decapods." In Studies in adaptation: The behavior of higher crustacea, edited by S. Rebach and D.W. Dunham, 143–169. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1983.

Sargent, W. The Year of the Crab: Marine Animals in Modern Medicine. New York: Norton, 1987

Saunders, N. C., L. G. Kessler, and J. C. Avise. "Genetic variation and geographic differentiation in mitochondrial DNA of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus." Genetics 112 (1986): 613–627

Savory, T. H. The Archnida. London: Edward Arnold & Co, 1953

Say, T. "An account of the Crustacea of the United States." Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1, no. 5 (1818): 433–436.

Schwartz, John. "Horseshoe crab’s 10 eyes offer insight into human vision." The Washington Post, 1995, Section A3.

Sekiguchi, K. "Embryonic development of the horse-shoe [sic] crab studied by vital staining." Bulletin of Marine Biology, 10 (1960): 161–164.

Sekiguchi, K. "Determination in the development of the horse-shoe [sic] crab." Japanese Journal of Experimental Morphology 20 (1966): 84–89. (in Japanese)

Sekiguchi, K. "On the embryonic moultings of the Japanese horse-shoe [sic] crab, Tachypleus tridentatus." Sci.Rep.Tokyo Kyoiku Daigaku, Sec. B, 14 (1970), 121–128.

Sekiguchi, K., ed. Biology of horseshoe crabs. Tokyo: Science House Press, 1988.

Sekiguchi, K. and T. Nakamura. "Ecology of the extant horseshoe crabs." In Biomedical applications or the horseshoe crabs (Limulidae), edited by E. Cohen, 37–45. New York: Alan Liss, Inc., 1979.

Sekiguchi, K., S. Nishiwaki, T. Makioka, S. Srithunya, S. Machjajib, K. Nakamura and T. Yamasaki. "A study on the egg-laying habits of the horseshoe crabs, Tachypleus tridentatus and Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda, In Chonburi area of Thailand." Proceedings of the Japanese Society of Systematic Zoology 13 (1977): 39–45.

Sekiguchi, K. and H. Sugita. "Systematics and hybridization in the four living species of horseshoe crabs." Evolution 34 (1980): 712–718.

Sekiguchi, K., Y. Yamamichi, and J. D. Costlow. "Horseshoe crab development studies I. Normal embryonic development of Limulus polyphemus compared with Tachypleus tridentatus." In Physiology and biology of horseshoe crabs: Studies on normal and environmentally stressed animals, edited by J. Bonaventura et al., 53–73. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., 1982.

Selander, R. K., S. Y. Yang, R. C. Lewontin, and W. E. Johnson. "Genetic variation in the horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus), a phylogentic ‘relic.’" Evolution 24, no. 2 (1970): 402–414.

Sharp, J. H. "Distribution of horseshoe ‘crabs’ in Delaware Bay." Estuarine Bulletin (a publication of the University of Delaware) 5, no. 2 (1960): 1–7.

Sharp, J. H. "Session I: Biology of Limulus polyphemus." In Biomedical Applications of the Horseshoe Crab (Limulidae), edited by Elias Cohen et al., 1–26. New York: Alan Liss, Inc., 1979.

Sharp, J. H. "Identification of critical horseshoe crab habitats of Delaware Bay." White paper manuscript prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Delaware Bay Estuary Project, Significant Habitats mapping project. Dover, Delaware, 1994.

Sharp, J. H. "Abundance of adult horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus, in Delaware Bay, 1850–1990." In Proceedings of the Horseshoe Crab Forum: Status of the Resource, edited by J. Farrell and C. Martin, 15–22. Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Sea Grant Publications, 1997 (DEL-SG-05-97).

Sharp, J. H. and M. L. Botton. "A contribution to the population biology of horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus (L.), in Delaware Bay." Estuaries 8, no. 4 (1985): 363–372.

Shields, Todd. "A concentration of crustaceans." The Washington Post, 2 July 1996, Section B1.

Shoji, K. "Larval stages and the metamorphosis of the horse-shoe crab." Zool. Mag. 41 (1929), 28–36. (in Japanese)

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Observations on the natural history of the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus." Third report on investigations of methods of improving the shellfish resources of Massachusetts, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Control No. 564 (1950):18–23.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Odyssey of the horseshoe crab." Audubon 55, no. 4 (1953): 12–163, 167.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "A horseshoe ‘crab’ grows up." Ward’s Natural Science Bulletin 28, no. 1 (1954): 1, 3–6.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "On morphometric and serological relationships within the Limulidae with particular reference to Limulus polyphemus (l.)." Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, 1955. Also in Dissertation Abstracts 18, no.2 (1958a): 371–372

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Xiphosura (with especial reference to Limulus polyphemus)." Geological Society of America. Mem. 67, no. 1 (1957a): 1171–1174.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Horseshoe ‘crabs.’" Delaware Conservationist 1, no.3 (1957b): 15.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Biological Evaluation of the Delaware River estuary." In State of Delaware Intrastate Water Resource Survey. 1959.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Horseshoe ‘crabs’—in former years, during the month of May, these animals dominated Delaware Bay shores." Estuarine Bulletin 5 (1960): 1–9.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Horsefoot ‘Crab.’" Fishery resources of the Atlantic Coast, Scientific Committee, Biological Section, Leaflet Number 0. Mount Vernon, New York: ASMFC, 1961.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Serological correspondences among horseshoe ‘crabs’ (Limulidae)." Zoologica 47, no1 (1962): 1–9.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "The Circulatory System and Blood of the Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus (L): A Review." Rep. No. DOE/FERC/0014, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Washington, D. C. (1978).

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Distribution of the American horseshoe ‘crab’, Limulus polyphemus (L.)." In Biomedical Applications of the Horseshoe Crab (Limulidae), edited by Elias Cohen, 3–26. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., 1979.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "A pictorial review of the natural history and ecology of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, with reference to other Limulidae." In Physiology and biology of horseshoe crabs: Studies on normal and environmentally stressed animals, edited by J. Bonaventura et al. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., 1982.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Introductory remarks on the distribution and abundance of the Atlantic horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, spawning in the Chesapeake Bay area." The Chesapeake Prologue to the Future, proceedings from the Chesapeake Bay Symposium. 1985.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. and M. L. Botton. "A contribution to the population biology of horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus (L.), in Delaware Bay." Estuaries 8, no.4 (1985): 363–372.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "Tracking horseshoe crabs." Underwater Naturalist (a bulletin of the American Littoral Society) 19, no. 1 (1991): 22–23.

Shuster, C. N. Jr. "An Introduction to Horseshoe Crabs and Biodiversity." Paper presented at the NJT4B MAD about Biodiversity Spring Conference at Reed Beach, New Jersey, 6 May 2000.

Siegel, Andrea F. "Horseshoe crabs hold beach party." The Sun Newspaper - Anne Arundel and Maryland, 13 June 1995.

Smith, D. R., P. S. Pooler, B. L. Swan, S. Michels, W. R. Hall, P. Himchak, and M. Millard. "Spatial and temporal distribution of horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) spawning in Delaware Bay: implications for monitoring." Estuaries 24, no. 6 (2001):

Steinriede, Kent. "Pines residents watch big crabs." Maryland Times Press, 30 June 1994, page 4.

Strobel, Charles J. and A. Harry Brenowitz. "Effects of bunker C oil on juvenile horseshoe crabs (Limulus polyphemus)." Estuaries 4, no. 2 (1981): 157–159.

Stunkard, Horace W. The asexual generations, life cycle, and systematic relations of Microphallus limuli (Trematoda: Digenea). Biological Bulletin 134 (1968): 332–343.

Sugita, H. "Immunological comparison of hemocyanins and their phylogenetic implications." In Biology of horseshoe crabs edited by K. Sekiguchi, 315-334. Tokyo: Science House Press, 1988.

Swan, Benjie Lynn. "1993 Instruction Kit - Methods of estimating the number of spawning horseshoe crabs on a specific beach or other area." Limuli Laboratories, Cape May, New Jersey, 1993.

Swan, B. L., G. Gauvry, and C. N. Shuster. "Horseshoe Crabs are Wanderers." Poster presented at the American Fisheries Society Conference, Baltimore, Maryland,2002.

Swan, B.L., W. R. Hall Jr., and C. N. Shuster Jr. 1993. Limulus spawning activity on Delaware Bay shores June 5, 1993. University of Delaware, Sea Grant Program, Lewes, Delaware. 4 p.