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Gannon JEdward, Gannon S.A.  1975.  Observation of the narcotization of crustacean zooplankton. Crustaceana. 28:220-224.
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Jr. JHBarrow.  1961.  Observations of a haplosporidian, Haplosporidium pickfordi, sp. nov. in fresh water snails. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 80:319-329.
Rosen BH, Kingston JC, Lowe RL.  1981.  Observations of differential epiphytism on Cladophora glomerata and Bangia atropurpurea from Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan. Micron. 12:219-220.
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Geddes J.A, Murphy J.G.  2014.  Observations of reactive nitrogen oxide fluxes by eddy covariance above two midlatitude North American mixed hardwood forests. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14(6):2939-2957.
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Jr. RHSudds.  1960.  Observations of schistosome miracidial behavior in the presence of normal and abnormal snail hosts and subsequent tissue studies of these hosts. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 76:121-133.
Matheny AM, Bohrer G, Garrity SR, Morin TH, Howard CJ, Vogel CS.  2015.  Observations of stem water storage in trees of opposing hydraulic strategies. Ecosphere. 6(9):art165.
Jr. OSewall Pet.  1930.  Observations of the nesting activities of the hermit thrush. Bird-Banding. 1:72-77.
Freer MF.  1958.  Observations on a nesting of the Black-throated Blue Warbler. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:12-16.
Annan O.  1961.  Observations on breeding behavior of Veeries in Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 39:62-71.
Jr. FKSparrow, Johns RM.  1959.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. IX. Epibiotic sporangial stages of Physoderma collected in the field. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 34:93-102.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1957.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. VII. A Physoderma on Lycopus americanus. American Journal of Botany. 44:661-665.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1961.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. X. Notes on some species of Physoderma occurring in Douglas Lake region of northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 46:183-194.
Jr. FKSparrow, Griffin JE, Johns RM.  1961.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XI. A Physoderma on Agropyron repens. American Journal of Botany. 48:850-858.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1964.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XIII. Physoderma maculare Wallroth. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 48:136-149.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1964.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XIV. Physoderma calami. American Journal of Botany. 51:958-963.
Jr. FKSparrow, Griffin JE.  1964.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XV. Host range and species concept studies in Physoderma. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 49:103-111.
Jr. FKSparrow, Johns RM.  1965.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XVI. Notes on Physoderma from Scirpeae. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 51:351-364.
Jr. FKSparrow, Johns RM.  1970.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XVII. Notes on a Physoderma parasitic on Asclepias incarnata. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 70:72-81.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1970.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XVIII. A Physoderma on Juncus pelocarpus Mey. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 70:104-109.
Jr. FKSparrow, Saunders MShaw.  1974.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XXII. A Physoderma on Ranunculus septentrionalis Poir. Archives of Microbiology. 100:41-50.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1975.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XXIII. Notes on Physoderma. Mycologia. 67:552-568.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1975.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XXIV. The epibiotic stage of Physoderma. Canadian Journal of Botany. 53:1365-1370.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1976.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XXV. Physoderma johnsii Sparrow, a parasite of Caltha palustris L. American Journal of Botany. 63:602-607.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1977.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XXVI. Physoderma gerhardti Schroeter on Phalaris arundinacea L. Archives of Microbiology. 114:241-247.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1979.  Observations on chytridiaceous parasites of phanerogams. XXVIII. Physodermas on Sium suave. Mycologia. 71:423-433.
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W. Frohne C.  1939.  Observations on the biology of three semiaquatic lacustrine moths. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 58:327-348.
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Paterson RA.  1963.  Observations on two species of Rhizophydium from northern Michigan. Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 46:530-536.
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