Marine Bioerosion Bibliography




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Systematics and ecology of shell-boring polychaetes from New England. American Zoologist 9:813-820.


Blake, J.A. and Evans, J.W., 1973. Polydora and related genera as borers in mollusk shells and other calcareous substrates. The Veliger 15(3), 235-249.


Blanchette, R.A., Nilsson, T., Daniel, G. and Abad. A., 1990. Biological degradation of wood, p. 141-174. In: Powell, R.M. and Barbour, R.J. (eds.), Archaeological wood: properties, chemistry and preservation. Washington: American Chemical Society. (Advances in Chemistry, Series number 225.)


Blanco, G.A.C., Marasas, M.E. and Amor, A., 1988. Una comparacion del crecimiento relativo en los mitilidos Lithophaga patagonica y Brachydontes rodriguezi (Mollusca, Bivalvia). Anales Del Museo De Historia Natural De Valparaiso 19:65-74.


Bland, B.H., Evans, G., Goldring, R., Mourant, A.E., Renouf, J.T. and Squire, A.D., 1987. Supposed Precambrian trace fossils from Jersey, Channel Islands. Geological Magazine 124:173. [Upper Proterozoic “trace fossils” shown to be modern polychaete borings.]


Blissett, D.J. and Pickerill, R.K., 2003. Oichnus excavatus Donovan and Jagt, 2002 from the Moneague Formation, White Limestone Group, Jamaica. Caribbean Journal of Science 39:221-223.


Blissett, D.J. and Pickerill, R.K., 2004. Observations on macroborings from the White Limestone Group of Jamaica. Cainozoic Research 3:167-187.


Bletchy, J.D., 1967. Marine borers and their significance, preventative and remedial measures, p. 64-68. In: Insect and marine borer damage to timber and woodwork (recognition, prevention and eradication). London: Ministry of Technology, Forest Products Research.


Blum, H.F., 1922. On the effect of low salinity on Teredo navalis. University of California, Publications in Zoology 22:348-368.


Blum, H.F., 1928. On the physiology of the pallet mechanism of the shipworm, Teredo navalis. Physiological Zoology 1:416-418.


Bodenbender, B.E., Wilson, M.A. and Palmer, T.J., 1989. Paleoecology of Sphenothallus on an Upper Ordovician hardground. Lethaia 22:217-225.


Boekschoten, G.J., 1966. Shell borings of sessile epibiontic organisms as palaeoecological guides (with examples from the Dutch coast). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 2:333-379.


Boekschoten, G.J., 1967. Palaeoecology of some Mollusca from the Tielrode Sands (Pliocene, Belgium). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 3:311-362.


Boekschoten, G.J., 1970. On bryozoan borings from the Danian at Fakse, Denmark, p. 43-48. In: Crimes, T.P. and Harper, J.C. (eds.), Trace Fossils. Geological Journal Special Issue 3.


Boerboom, C.M., Smith, J.E. and Risk, M.J., 1998. Bioerosion and micritization in the deep sea coral Desmophylum cristagalli. Historical Biology 13:53-60.


Bogsch, L., 1957. Eine fossile Synoekie aus dem ungarischen Miozän. Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis de Rolando Eötvös nominatae Sectio Geologica 1:25-31.


Bolognani Fantin, A.M., Nardi, P., Ottaviani, E., Franchini, A. and Tongiori, P., 1980. Effetti dell’affamamento sull’organo di perforamento (ABO) di Ocinebrina edwardsii. Mem. Biol. Marine Oceanogr., New Series, Supplement 10:371-373.


Bolognani Fantin, A.M., Nardi, P., Ottaviani, E., Franchini, A. and Tongiori, P., 1981. Food deprivation in the muricid drill Ocinebrina edwardsi (Mollusca; Prosobranchia): histomorphological and behaviour research. PSZNI Marine Ecology 2:307-316.


Bonar, L., 1942. An unusual ascomycete in the shells of marine animals. University of California Publ. Botany 19:187-190.


Bond, P.N. and Sanders, W.B., 1989. Sublethal injury and shell repair in Upper Mississippian ammonoids. Paleobiology 15:414-428.


Boney, A.D., 1978. Survival and growth of alpha-spores of Porphyra schizophylla Hollenberg (Rhodophyta: Bangiophyceae). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 35:7-29.


Bongrain, M., 1995. Traces de bioérosion sur un Pectinidae (Bivalvia): du Miocéne d’Aquitaine (SO France): un cas possible de commensalisme entre Pectinidae et Capulidae. Geobios 28:347-358.


Borg, F., 1940. On the genus Tubiporella and a new boring bryozoan. Zoologiska Bidrag frafn Uppsala 18:415-438.


Borkar, V.D. and Kulkarni, K.G., 1987. Cylindricavus perplexus Ichnogen. et Ichnosp. nov. from the Gulbarga District, Karnataka State. Biovigyanam 13:98-103.


Bornet, M.E., 1891. Note sur l’Ostracoblabe implexa Bornet and Flahault. Journal de Botanique 5:397-400.


Bornet, M.E., 1896. Ostreobium reineckei. In: Reinbold, T. (ed.), Meeresalgen (Schizophyceae, Chlorophyceae, Phaeophyceae, Rhodophyceae) der Samoa-Inseln In Reinecke, F. Die Flora der Samoa-Inseln. Botanische Jahrbucher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 23:266-275.


Bornet, M.E. and Flahault, C., 1888. Note sur deux nouveaux genres d'algues perforantes. Journal de Botanique 10:161-165.


Bornet, M.E. and Flahault, C., 1889. Sur quelques plantes vivant dans le test calcaire des mollusques. Bulletin Société Botanique de France, Paris 36:147-176.


Bose, R., Schneider, C., Polly, D. and Yacobucci, M.M., 2010. Ecological interactions between Rhipidomella (Orthides, Brachiopoda) and its endoskeletobionts and predators from the Middle Devonian Dundee Formation of Ohio, United States. Palaios 25:196-208.


Boshoff, P.H., 1965. Pelecypoda of Inhaca Island, Moçambique. Memorias do Instituto de Investigação Cientifica de Moçambique, Serie A, Ciencias Biologicas 7:65-205.


Boss, K.J., 1965. Note on Lima (Acesta) angolensis. Nautilus 79:54-58.


Bottjer, D.J., 1981. Periostracum of the gastropod Fusitriton oregonensis: natural inhibitor of boring and encrusting organisms. Bulletin of Marine Science 31:916-921.


Bottjer, D.J., 1982. Paleoecology of epizoans and borings on some Upper Cretaceous chalk oysters from the Gulf Coast. Lethaia 15:75-84.


Bottjer, D.J., 2000. Radular grazing traces in the Lower Cambrian of China: implications for the Cambrian substrate revolution. Annual Meeting Geological Society of America, Reno, Nevada, Abstract 50471.


Botquelen, A. and Mayoral, E., 2005. Early Devonian bioerosion in the Rade de Brest, Armorican Massif, France. Palaeontology 48:1057-1064.


Bouillon, J., Massin, C. and Van Goethem, J., 1980. Fungiacava eilatensis Soot-Ryen, 1969 (Bivalvia, Mytilidae) et Leptoconchus striatus Rüppel, 1835 (Gastropoda, Coralliophilidae), mollusques perforant des Fungia (Anthozoa, Fungiidae) récoltés en Papouasie Nouvelle-Guinée. Bulletin des Séances del’Académie Royale des Sciences d’Outre-Mer 1980:549-570.


Bourillot, R., Vennin, E., Kolodka, C., Rouchy, J.-M., Caruso, A., Durlet, C. Chaix, C. and Rommevaux, V., 2009. The role of topography and erosion in the development and architecture of shallow-water coral bioherms (Tortonian-Messinian, Cabo de Gata, SE Spain). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 281:92-114.


Bourne, V.L. Conway, E. and Cole, K., 1970. On the ultrastructure of pit connections in the Conchocelis phase of the red alga Porphyra perforata J. Ag. Phycologia 9:79-81.


Bouvier, E-L., 1895. Le commensalisme chez certains polypes madréporaires. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Zoologie et Biologie Animale, Series 7, 20:1-32.


Bover-Arnal, T., Salas, R., Martín-Closas, C., Schlagintweit, F. and Moreno-Bedmar, J. A., 2011. Expression of an oceanic anoxic event in a neritic setting: lower Aptian coral rubble deposits from the western Maestrat Basin (Iberian Chain, Spain). Palaios 26:18-32.


Boyle, P.J. and Mitchell, R., 1978. Absence of microorganisms in crustacean digestive tracts. Science 200:1157-1159.


Boyle, P.J. and Mitchell, R., 1978. Interactions between microorganisms and wood-boring crustaceans, p. 179-186. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Biodeterioration Symposium, Berlin, 1978. London: Pitman.


Boyle, P.J. and Mitchell, R., 1981. The microbial ecology of crustacean wood borers, p. 15-23. In: Costlow, J.D. and Tipper, R.C. (eds.), Marine biodeterioration: an interdisciplinary study. Annapolis, Maryland; Naval Institute Press.


Boyle, P.J. and Mitchell, R., 1981. External microflora of a marine wood-boring isopod. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 12:720-729.


Brandano, M., 2002. La formazione dei Calcari a Briozoi e Litotamni nell'area di Tagliacozzo (Appennino centrale); e considerazioni paleoambientali sulle facies rodalgali (“The Calcari a Briozoi e Litotamni Formation in the Tagliacozzo area (Central Apennines); with paleoenvironmental consideration to rodalgal facies”). Bollettino della Societa Geologica Italiana 121:179-186.


Brattström, H., 1936. Ulophysema öresundense n. gen. et sp., eine neue Art der Ordnung Cirripedia Ascothoracica. Arkiv för Zoologi 28A:1-10.


Brattström, H., 1937. On the genus Ulophysema Brattström with description of a new species from East Greenland. Meddelelser om Grønland 118:1-24.


Brattström, H., 1943. Untersuchungen Aus Dem Oersund. Undersökningar Oever Oeresund 28:3-17.


Brattström, H., 1947. On the ecology of the ascothoracid Ulophysema öresundense Brattström. Lunds Universitets Årsskrift, Ny Följd, Avdelningen 2, 43:1-75.


Bremer, G.B., 1976. The ecology of marine lower fungi, p. 313-333. In: Jones, E.B.G. (ed.), Recent Advances in Aquatic Mycology. John Wiley and Sons, New York.


Breton, G., Neraudeau, D. and Cuenca-Boulat, C., 1992. Gnathichnus stellarum ichnosp. nov., trace de broutage d’un echinide du Campanien des Charentes (France). Revue de Paléobiologie 11:219-229.


Brett, C.E., 1978. Host-specific pit-forming epizoans on Silurian crinoids. Lethaia 11:217-232.


Brett, C.E., 1985. Tremichnus: a new ichnogenus of circular-parabolic pits in fossil echinoderms. Journal of Paleontology 59:625-635.


Brett, C.E., 1988. Paleoecology and evolution of marine hard substrate communities: An overview. Palaios 3:374-378.


Brett, C.E. and Brookfield, M.E., 1984. Morphology, faunas and genesis of Ordovician hardgrounds from southern Ontario, Canada. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 46:233-290.


Brett, C.E. and Liddell, W.D., 1978. Preservation and paleoecology of a Middle Ordovician hardground community. Paleobiology 4:329-348.


Brice, D. and Hong-Fei Hou., 1992. “Blisters” in a Famennian cyrtospiriferid brachiopod from Hunan (South China). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 94:253-260.


Brickner, I., Kramarsky-Winter, E., Mokady, O. and Loya, Y., 1993. Speciation in the boring bivalve Lithophaga purpurea: evidence from ecological, biochemical and SEM analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 101:139-145.


Brickner, I. and Loya, Y., 1990. Reproductive strategy of the boring bivalve Lithophaga purpurea in living corals. Proceedings of the Joint U.S.-Israel Workshop on Marine Symbioses, Eilat, Israel, p. 32.


Brigaud, B., Durlet, C., Deconinck, J.F., Vincent, B., Puceat, E., Thierry, J. and Trouiller, A., 2009. Facies and climate/environmental changes recorded on a carbonate ramp: A sedimentological and geochemical approach on Middle Jurassic carbonates (Paris Basin, France). Sedimentary Geology 222:181-206.


Broady, P.A., 1981. Chasmolithic algae at coastal locations on Antarctica. Phycologia 20:315-321.


Brock, R.E., 1979. An experimental study of the effects of grazing by parrotfishes and role of refuges in benthic community structure. Marine Biology 51:381-388.


Brock, R.E. and Smith, A.M., 1983. Response of coral reef cryptofaunal communities to food and space. Coral Reefs 1:179-183.


Bromley, R.G., 1968. Burrows and borings in hardgrounds. Dansk Geologisk Forening Meddelelser 18:247-250.


Bromley, R.G., 1970. Borings as trace fossils and Entobia cretacea Portlock as an example, p. 49-90. In: Crimes, T.P. and Harper, J.C. (eds.), Trace Fossils. Geological Journal Special Issue 3.


Bromley, R.G., 1970. Predation and symbiosis in some Upper Cretaceous clionid sponges. Dansk Geologisk Forening Meddelelser 19:398-405.


Bromley, R.G., 1972. On some ichnotaxa in hard substrates, with a redefinition of Trypanites Mägdefrau. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 46:93-98.


Bromley, R.G., 1975. Trace fossils at omission surfaces, p. 399-428. In: Frey, R.W. (ed.), The Study of Trace Fossils. Springer-Verlag, New York.


Bromley, R.G., 1975. Comparative analysis of fossil and recent echinoid bioerosion. Palaeontology 18:725-739.


Bromley, R.G., 1978. Bioerosion of Bermuda reefs. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 23:169-197.


Bromley, R.G., 1981. Concepts in ichnotaxonomy illustrated by small round holes in shells. Acta Geologica Hispanica 16:55-64.


Bromley, R.G., 1992. Bioerosion: eating rocks for fun and profit, p. 121-129. In: Maples, C.G. and West, R.R. (eds.), Trace Fossils. Short Course in Paleontology 5.


Bromley, R.G., 1993. Predation habits of octopus past and present and a new ichnospecies, Oichnus ovalis. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 40:167-173.


Bromley, R.G., 1994. The palaeoecology of bioerosion, p. 134-154. In: Donovan, S.K. (ed.), The Palaeobiology of Trace Fossils. Belhaven Press, London.


Bromley, R.G., 1996. Bioerosion, p. 41-43. In: Dasch, E.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences. MacMillan, New York.


Bromley, R.G., 1999. Bioerosion: a collection of workshop papers. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 45:129.


Bromley, R.G., 1999. Anomiid (bivalve) bioerosion on Pleistocene pectinid (bivalve) shells, Rhodes, Greece. Geologie en Mijnbow 78:175-177.


Bromley, R.G., 2004. A stratigraphy of marine bioerosion, p. 455-481. In: McIlroy, D. (ed.), The application of ichnology to palaeoenvironmental and stratigraphic analysis. Geological Society of London Special Publication 228.


Bromley, R.G., 2005. Preliminary study of bioerosion in the deep-water coral Lophelia, Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece, p. 895-914. In: Freiwald, A. and Roberts, J.M. (eds.), Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.


Bromley, R.G., 2008. Trace fossil Podichnus obliquus, attachment scar of the brachiopod Terebratulina retusa: Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece. Fossils and Strata 54:227-230.


Bromley, R.G. and Allouc, J., 1992. Trace fossils in bathyal hardgrounds, Mediterranean Sea. Ichnos 2:43-54.


Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U., 1972. Notes on Greenland trace fossils. The Geological Survey of Greenland 49:7-29.


Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard U., 1991. Ichnofacies: a mixture of taphofacies and biofacies. Lethaia 24:153-163.


Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U., 1993. Endolithic community replacement on a Pliocene rocky coast. Ichnos 2:93-116.


Bromley, R.G. and Asgaard, U., 1993. Two bioerosion ichnofacies produced by early and late burial associated with sea level change. Geologische Rundschau 82:276-280.


Bromley, R.G., Beuck, L. and Taddei Ruggiero, E., 2008. Endolithic sponge versus terebratulid brachiopod, Pleistocene, Italy: accidental symbiosis, bioclaustration and deformity, p. 361-368. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.


Bromley, R.G. et al., 2007. Ichnology; present trends and some future directions. Special Publication - Society for Sedimentary Geology 88:3-6.


Bromley, R.G. and D'Alessandro A., 1983. Bioerosion in the Pleistocene of southern Italy: ichnogenera Caulostrepsis and Maeandropolydora. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 89:283-309.


Bromley, R.G. and D'Alessandro, A., 1984. The ichnogenus Entobia from the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene of southern Italy. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 90:227-296.


Bromley, R.G. and D'Alessandro, A., 1987. Bioerosion of the Plio-Pleistocene transgression of southern Italy. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 93:379-442.


Bromley, R.G. and D'Alessandro, A., 1989. Ichnological study of shallow marine endolithic sponges from the Italian coast. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 95:279-340.


Bromley, R.G. and D’Alessandro, A., 1990. Comparative analysis of bioerosion in deep and shallow water, Pliocene to Recent, Mediterranean Sea. Ichnos 1:43-49.


Bromley, R.G. and Ekdale, A.A., 1986. Composite ichnofabrics and tiering of burrows. Geological Magazine 123:59-65.


Bromley R.G. and Frey, R.W., 1974. Redescription of the trace fossil Gyrolithes and taxonomic evaluation of Thalassinoides, Ophiomorpha and Spongeliomorpha. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 23:311-335.


Bromley, R.G. and Hanken, N.M., 1981. Shallow marine bioerosion at Vardo, Arctic Norway. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 29:103-109.


Bromley, R.G., Hanken, N.M. and Asgaard, U., 1990. Shallow marine bioerosion: preliminary results of an experimental study. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 38:85-99.


Bromley, R.G. and Heinberg, C., 2006. Attachment strategies of organisms on hard substrates: A palaeontological view. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 232:429-453.


Bromley, R.G., Kedzierski, M., Kolodziej, B. and Uchman, A., 2009. Large chambered sponge borings on a Late Cretaceous abrasion platform at Cracow, Poland. Cretaceous Research 30:149-160.


Bromley, R.G. and Martinell, J., 1991. Centrichnus, new ichnogenus for centrically patterned attachment scars on skeletal substrates. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 38:243-252.


Bromley, R.G. and Nordmann, E., 1971. Maastrichtian adherent foraminifera encircling clionid pores. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 20:362-368.


Bromley, R.G., Pemberton, S.G. and Rahmani, R.A., 1984. A Cretaceous woodground: The Teredolites ichnofacies. Journal of Paleontology 58:488-498.


Bromley, R.G. and Schönberg, C.H.L., 2008. Borings, bodies and ghosts: spicules of the endolithic sponge Aka akis sp. nov. within the boring Entobia cretacea, Cretaceous, England, p. 235-248. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.


Bromley, R.G., Schulz, M.G. and Peake, N.B., 1975. Paramoudras: Giant flints, long burrows and the early diagenesis of chalks. Biologiske Skrifter 20:1-31.


Bromley, R.G. and Surlyk, F., 1973. Borings produced by brachiopod pedicles, fossil and recent. Lethaia 6:349-365.


Bromley, R.G. and O.S. Tendal., 1973. Example of substrate competition and phototropism between two clionid sponges. Journal of Zoology, London 169:151-155.


Bromley R.G., Wisshak M., Glaub I. and Boutquelen A., 2007. Ichnotaxonomic review of dendriniform borings attributed to foraminifera: Semidendrina igen. nov., p. 508-520. In: Miller III, W (ed.) Trace fossils: concepts, problems, prospects. Elsevier, Amsterdam.


Bronn, H.G., 1838. Lethaea Geognostica, oder Abbildungen und Beschreibungen der für die Gebirgsformationen bezeichnendsten Versteinerungen. Stuttgart. 544 pp.


Brookfield, M.E., 1973. The life and death of Torquirhynchia inconstans (Brachiopoda, Upper Jurassic) in England. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 13:241-259.


Brown-Saracino, J., Peckol, P., Curran, H.A. and Robbart, M.L., 2007. Spatial variation in sea urchins, fish predators, and bioerosion rates on coral reefs of Belize. Coral Reefs 26:71-78.


Bruckner, A.W. and Bruckner, R.J., 1998. Destruction of coral by Sparisoma viride. Coral Reefs 17:350.


Bruckner, A.W., Bruckner, R.J. and Sollins, P., 2000. Parrotfish predation on live coral: “spot biting” and “focused biting”. Coral Reefs 19:50.


Bruggemann, J.H., van Kessel, A.M., van Rooij, J.M. and Breeman, A.M., 1996. Bioerosion and sediment ingestion by the Caribbean parrotfish Scarus vetula and Sparisoma viride: implications of fish size, feeding mode and habitat use. Marine Ecology Progress Series 134:59-71.


Bryan, J.R., 1992. Origin and paleoecology of Maastrichtian rockground and chalk facies in southcentral Alabama. Palaios 7:67-76.


Buatois, L. and Encinas, A., 2011. Ichnology, sequence stratigraphy and depositional evolution of an Upper Cretaceous rocky shoreline in central Chile: Bioerosion structures in a transgressed metamorphic basement. Cretaceous Research 32:203-212.


Bucher, W.H., 1938. A shell-boring gastropod in a Dalmanella bed of upper Cincinnatian age. American Journal of Science 36 (211), 1-7. [Actually Trypanites borings in brachiopods cemented into a hardground. See Richards and Shabica, 1969, and Wilson and Palmer, 2001.]


Budd, D.A. and Perkins, R.D., 1980. Bathymetric zonation and paleoecological significance of microborings in Puerto Rican shelf and slope sediments. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 50:881-904.


Budd, D.A. and Perkins, R.D., 1982. Endoliths and the depth of the photic zone. Reply. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 52:1333-1338.


Bullock, R.C., 1989. Boring clams weaken Chiton shell. American Conchologist 17:11.


Bundschuh, M. and Balog, S.-J., 2000. Fasciculus rogus nov. isp., an endolithic trace fossil. Ichnos 7:149-152.


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Cadée, G.C., 1994. Eider, shelduck, and other predators, the main producers of shell fragments in the Wadden Sea: palaeoecological implications. Palaeontology 37:181-202.


Cadée, G.C., 1999. Bioerosion of shells by terrestrial gastropods. Lethaia 32:253-260.


Cadée, G.C., 2006. Gastropod shells cracked by hooded crows by dropping. Basteria supplement 3:51-55.


Cadée, G.C., 2007. Broken Littorina littorea shells: predation by birds? Basteria 71:101-104.


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Caillaud, F., 1854. Observations et nouveaux faits sue les Mollusques perforants en général. Compte rendu d l'Academie des Sciences 39:34-46.


Calcinai, B., Arillo, A., Cerrano, C. and Bavestrello, G., 2003. Taxonomy-related differences in the excavating micro-patterns of boring sponges. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 83:37-39.


Calcinai, B. Bavestrello, G., Cerrano, C. and Gaggero, L., 2008. Substratum microtexture affects the boring pattern of Cliona albimarginata (Clionaidae, Demospongiae), p. 203-212. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.


Caldwell, R.L. and Dingle, H., 1975. Ecology and evolution of agonistic behaviour in stomatopods. Naturwissenschaften 62:214-222.


Caldwell, R.L. and Dingle, H., 1976. Stomatopods. Scientific American 234:81-89.


Callot, G. Guyon, A. and Mousain, D., 1985. Inter-relations entre aiguilles de calcite et hyphes mycéliens. Agronomie 5:209-216.


Callot, G., Mousain, D. and Plassard, C., 1985. Concentrations de carbonate de calcium sur les parois des hyphes mycéliens. Agronomie 5:143-150.


Calvet, L., 1912. Sur un Bryozoaire Cténostoma (Watersia paessleri n.g. n.sp.) parasitant le cormus d'une Synascidie (Polyzoa gordiana Michaelsen). Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Academie des sciences 154:243.


Calvet, L., 1912. A propos de Watersia paessleri, Bryozoaire parasite. Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Academie des sciences 154:395.


Cameron, B., 1967. Oldest carnivorous gastropod borings found in Trentonian (Middle Ordovician) brachiopods. Journal of Paleontology 41:147-150.


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