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Fundulus majalis (Walbaum) Striped killifish. Pages 186-195. Development of Fishes of the Mid-Atlantic Bight. An Atlas of Egg, Larval and Juvenile Stages. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Washington, D.C.1978.
Functional significance of spines in the Pennsylvanian horseshoe crab Euproops danae. Paleobiology 3:175-195.1977.
Observations on nutrition of Bdelloura candida (Turbellaria), an ectocommensal of Limulus polyphemus (Xiphosura). American Midland Naturalist 97:240-247.1977.
A preliminary survey of the intertidal macrofauna of Sandy Hook Bay. Bull. N.J. Acad. Sci. 22:6-12.1977.
Meiofauna-macrofauna interactions: I. Sand beach meiofauna affected by maturing Limulus eggs. Chesapeake Sci. 17:297-299.1976.
Niche relationships among six species of shorebirds on their wintering and breeding ranges. Ecol. Mono. 43:193-212.1973.
Red-winged blackbird feeding on horseshoe crab eggs. Wilson Bull. 85:483.1973.
The food and feeding habits of knot (Calidris canutus L.) in Morecambe bay. J. Appl. Ecol. 9:179-194.1972.
Some aspects of the ecology of migrant shorebirds. II. Agression. Wilson Bull. 81:140-154.1969.
Some aspects of the ecology of migrant shorebirds. Ecology 47:393-407.1966.
Biology of the sand shrimp, Crangon septemspinosa, in the shore zone of the Delaware Bay region. Chesapeake Sci. 3:244-255.1962.
Fishes and ecological conditions in the shore zone of the Delaware River estuary with notes on other species collected in deeper water. University of Delaware Marine Laboratories, Lewes, Delaware.1962.
Transportation of oyster drills by horseshoe "crabs". Science 137:36-37.1962.
Cross-link in estuarine food web. Estuarine Bull. 6:12-15.1961.
Sand shrimp: cross-link in an estuarine food web.. Estarine Bull. 6:12-15.1961.
The morphology and life-history of the digenetic trematode, Microphallus similis (Jagerskiold 1900) Baer, 1943. Biological Bulletin 107:254-265.1957.
A study of the invertebrate bottom fauna of Greenwich Bay, Rhode Island. Ecology 38:111-122.1957.
A crab that's not a crab!. Junior Natural History 21:16.1956.
On the ecology of Mya arenaria L. and Venus mercenaria L. in Maquoit Bay and Falls Cove, Maine. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.1954.
Biologists expose real foes of clams. The Daily Home News:4. New Brunswick, N.J.1953.
Natural hosts of Microphallus limuli Stunkard, 1951. J. Parasitol. 39:225.1953.