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Bibliography of the Maurice Lamontagne Institute

Ali A. MOHAMMED

GRAINGER, E.H., A.A. MOHAMMED, 1991. Some diagnostic characters of copepodid stages of the cyclopoid copepod Cyclopina schneideri T. Scott and adults of arctic marine Cyclopinidae. Can. J. Zool., 69: 2365-2373 .

Copepodid stages I-V of the arctic marine cyclopoid copepod Cyclopina schneideri T. Scott are partly described and illustrated with emphasis on diagnostic characters. Additional morphological information is given on adults of both sexes, the only stages of the species previously portrayed. Diagnostic characters of adults are included for Cyclopina gracilis Claus, Arcto Cyclopina pagonasta Mohammed and Neuhof, Cyclopinoides longicornis (Boeck), and Cyclopinodes elegans (T. Scott), the other species of the family Cyclopinidae reported to occur in marine waters of the Canadian Arctic©1991 National Research Council Canada

GRAINGER, E.H., A.A. MOHAMMED, 1990. High salinity tolerance in sea ice copepods. Ophelia, 31: 177-185 .

GRAINGER, E.H., A.A. MOHAMMED, 1986. Copepods in arctic sea ice. Pages 303-310 in G. Schriever, H.K. Schminke & C.-T. Shih (ed.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August 1984. National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa (Syllogeus, 58) .