General and Popular
Jones, R. 2001 Crab Grab (external anatomy of Limulus) match game. Delaware Aquatic Resources Education Center, Smyrna, DE.
Lesson plan (or other educational materials)
Kreamer, G. 2012 Biomedical use of horseshoe crabs slides for classroom use (including teacher notes and references). Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife, Smyrna, DE.
Arthropods. Pages 218-237 in , editors. Metazoan Life without Oxygen. Chapman and Hall, New York.1991.
American horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus, in Mexico: open possibilities. Pages 97-113 in , editors. Biology and Conservation of Horseshoe Crabs. Springer, New York.2009.
Migration: The South's incredible journeys. Southern Living:108-115.1995.
Horseshoe crabs. Pages 235-243 in , editors. The IUCN Invertebrate Red Data Book. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.1983.
The Dance of Life: Courtship in the Animal Kingdom. Arbor House, William Morrow, New York.1988.
The horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, 200 million years of existence, 100 years of study. Reviews in Fisheries Science 10:39-73.2002.
The oldest migration. Natural History 66:364-369.1957.
Harry Horseshoe Crab. Nag's Head Art, Manteo, NC .2005.