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Waldbauer GP, LaBerge W.E.  1985.  Phenological relationships of wasps, bumblebees, their mimics and insectivorous birds in northern Michigan. Ecological Entomology. 10:99-110.
Walter KS.  1975.  A preliminary study of the achene epidermis of certain Carex (Cyperaceae) using scanning electron microscopy. Michigan Botanist. 14:67-72.
Wcislo WT, Low BS, Karr CJ.  1985.  Parasite pressure and repeated burrow use by different individuals of Crabro (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae; Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Sociobiology. 1(2):115-126.
Webster MS, Tarvin KA, Tuttle EM, Pruett-Jones S.  2007.  Promiscuity drives sexual selection in a socially monogamous bird. Evolution. 61(9):2205-2211.
Welch PSmith, Sehon GLouise.  1928.  The periodic vibratory movements of the larva of Nymphula maculalis Clemens (Lepidoptera) and their respiratory significance. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 21:243-258.
Weller SG.  1970.  A preliminary report on the varieties of Maianthemum canadense in northern Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 9:48-52.
Wemmer LChristine, Cuthbert FJean.  2000.  Piping Plover. Endangered Animals: A Reference Guide to Conflicting Issues. :230-234.
Wetherbee R.  1969.  Population studies in the chemical species of the Cladonia chlorophaea group. Michigan Botanist. 8:170-174.
Wetzel PR.  1988.  Phosphate adsorption by cedar wetland soils in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 27:15-20.
Whitaker E.S.  1910.  Pleasant days in Michigan. 75(23):900-901.
White DS.  1993.  Perspectives on defining and delineating hyporheic zones. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 12(1):61-69.
Wiegand FM.  1954.  Plasmodesmata in some hepaticae. The Bryologist. 57(3):217-225.
Wilson DSloan.  1978.  Prudent predation: a field study involving three species of tiger beetles. Oikos. 31:128-136.
Wilson IT, Potzger J.E.  1943.  Pollen study of sediments from Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, and Middle Fish Lake, Montmorency County, Michigan. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science. 52:87-92.
Winfield GF.  1929.  Plesiocreadium typicum, a new trematode from Amia calva. Journal of Parasitology. 16:81-87.
Wootton DM, K. Murrell D.  1967.  Ptyalincola ondatrae, gen. et sp. n. (Trematoda: Brachylaimidae), a fluke inhabiting the salivary glands of muskrats. Journal of Parasitology. 53:739-742.