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Migratory Shorebirds. Pages 115-121 in , editors. The Delaware Estuary: Rediscovering a Forgotton Resource. University of Delaware Sea Grant Program, ?1988.
Toxicity of 2 species of horseshoe crab in Thailand . Toxicon 26:37-37.1988.
The Year of the Crab. Marine Animals in Modern Medicine. W. W. Norton and Co., New York.1988.
The horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, fishery and resource in the United States. Marine Fisheries Review 49:57-61.1987.
The horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, fishery and resource in the United States. Mar. Fish. Rev. 49:57-61.1987.
The effect of heavy bleeding on mortality of the Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus, in the natural environment. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 42:167-176.1983.
Preliminary survey of horseshoe crab resources of Beibu Bay (Gulf of Tonkin), China. Marine Pharmaceuticals 4:1-4.1983.
Man's influence as an environmental threat to Limulus.. Pages 297-300 in , editors. Physiology and Biology of Horseshoe Crabs: Studies on Normal and Environmentally Stressed Animals. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.1982.
Today Limulus, tomorrow the world: the roles and responsibilities of practicing biologists in contemporary American society. Pages 301-306 in , editors. Physiology and Biology of Horseshoe Crabs: Studies on Normal and Environmentally Stressed Animals. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York.1982.
From the blood of a crab. Oceans 14:56-57.1981.
The use of horseshoe crabs as eel bait. J. World Maricult. Soc. 12:127-129.1981.
The horseshoe crab-- fisherman's bane to medicine's benefactor. Sea Frontiers 26:2-9.1980.
.. with the blood of a horseshoe crab. Science News 117:44-45.1980.
Limulus polyphemus, a target of opportunity. Pages 107-108 in , editors. Biomedical Applications of the Horseshoe Crab (Limulidae). Alan R. Liss, Inc, New York.1979.
Utility of king or horseshoe crabs. Seafood Export J. 5:??1972.
Fisherman goes to sea in horse-drawn cart and harvests King Crabs with pitch fork. Sunday Bulletin:8. Philadelphia.1953.
The Horseshoe crab-- is its luck running out?. Fauna 9:66-72.1947.
Ecological studies on the Long Island marine invertebrates of importance as fish or bait. State of N.Y. Conservation Dept. Salt-water Survey.1938.
The king crab fisheries in Delaware Bay. Annual report of the New Jersey State Museum 1907:113-119.1908.
Notes on the king-crab fishery of Delaware Bay.. Bull. U.S. Fish Commission 9:363-370.1891.
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