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A biological, chemical, and physical survey of Delaware's tidal streams. Delaware Dept. Natural Resources & Environmental Control, Division of Fish & Wildlife , Dover, DE.1974.
Genetic variation in the horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus), a phylogenetic "relic". Evolution 24:402-414.1970.
Natural History. Reinhold Publishing Corp. , New York.1963.
The fauna and flora of Horn Island, Mississippi. Gulf Res. Rept 1:59-106.1962.
The horseshoe or king crab. Mass. Audubon 47:76-77.1962.
Ecology of the Sheepscot River Estuary. U.S.D.I., Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC.1959.
The vegetation of Island Beach State Park, NJ. Ecological Monographs 29:1-46.1959.
On the doubtful validity of Tachypleus hoeveni Pocock, an Indonesian horseshoe crab (Xiphosura). Postilla Yale Peabody Mus. Nat. Hist. 36:1-17.1958.
A study of the bottom fauna of Rand's Harbor, Massachusetts: an application of the ecotone concept. Ecological Monographs 26:213-243.1956.
Distribution of horseshoe crabs in Chesapeake Bay mystifies experts. Maryland Tidewater News 12:1-4.1955.
Xiphosura from Xuong-Ha. American Scientist 41:292-302.1953.
Notes on invertebrates found at Salisbury Cove, Maine in July 1952. Bull. Mt. Desert Isl. Biol. Lab. 1953:41.1953.
Zoogeography of the Sea. Sidgewick & Jackson, Ltd., London.1953.
Dredging in shallow sea water. Turtox News 29:66-69.1951.
Ecological Animal Geography, 2ndnd. John Wiley & Sons, New York.1951.
The Living Tide. Dodd, Mead & Co., New York.1951.
The Emigrations of Animals from the Sea. Sherwood Press, Publishers, Dryden, NY.1950.
Sea and Shore. Macmillan, New York.1950.
A second record of a king-crab from New Zealand waters. Rec. Aukland Inst. and Mus. 3:372.1949.
The Horseshoe crab-- is its luck running out?. Fauna 9:66-72.1947.
Limulus polyphemus - The King Crab. Maryland Journal of Natural History, Natural History Society of Maryland 16:47-53.1946.
The New World. The First Pictures of America. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc., New York.1946.
King crab - modern creatures of the past. Natural History 54:322-327.1945.
The king crab (Limulus polyphemus). Bull. Nat. Hist. Soc. Md. 11:90.1941.