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1998
Cuthbert FJean.  1998.  Wildlife issues on Great Lakes islands. State of the Great Lakes Islands: Proceedings from the 1996 U.S.-Canada Great Lakes Island Workshop, pp. . Dept. of Resources Dev., Mich. St. U., East Lansing, Mich.. :47-51.
1977
Jr. JCairns, Jr. WHYongue.  1977.  Factors affecting the number of species in freshwater protozoan communities. Aquatic Microbial Communities. :257-304.
Jr. FKSparrow, Lange L.  1977.  Some bog chytrids. Canadian Journal of Botany. 55:1879-1890.
1976
Stemberger RS.  1976.  Notholca laurentiae and N. michiganensis, new rotifers from the Laurentian Great Lakes region. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada. 33:2814-2818.
1973
Pfister DH.  1973.  The psilopezioid fungi. IV. The genus Pachyella (Pezizales). Canadian Journal of Botany. 51:2009-2023.
1965
Jr. FKSparrow, Paterson RA, Johns RM.  1965.  Additions to the phycomycete flora of the Douglas Lake region. V. New or interesting fungi. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 50:115-123.
Shaffer RL, Weaver MG.  1965.  A new species of Crinipellis. Mycologia. 57:472-475.
Jr. FKSparrow.  1965.  A preliminary note on a population of Monoblepharis. Transactions of the British Mycological Society. 48:55-58.
1954
Smith AH, Hesler L.R.  1954.  Additional North American Hygrophori. Sydowia. 8(1-6):304-333.
Hungerford HB.  1954.  The genus Rheumatobates Bergroth (Hemiptera-Gerridae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 36(7):529-588.
Spangler PJ.  1954.  A new species of water beetle from Michigan (Coleoptera; Haliplidae). Entomological News. 65:113-117.
Stuntz DE.  1954.  Studies on the genus Inocybe. II. New and noteworthy species from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 39:53-84.
1949
Brunson RBruce.  1949.  Gastrotricha of North America. II. Four new species of Ichthydium from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 33:59-62.
Jr. PJBatten, DeGiusti DL.  1949.  A gregarine parasite in the amphipod, Hyalella azteca. Journal of Parasitology. 35(6, Suppl.):31(Abstr.
1948
Brunson RBruce.  1948.  Chaetonotus tachyneusticus, a new species of gastrotrich from Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 67:350-351.
1939
Taft CE.  1939.  Additions to the algae of Michigan. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 66:77-85.
W. Frohne C.  1939.  Biology of certain subaquatic flies reared from emergent water plants. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 24:139-147.
Lawler H.J.  1939.  A new cestode, Cylindrotaenia quadrijugosa n. sp. from Rana pipiens, with a key to the Nematotaeniidae. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 58:73-77.
Hyman LH.  1939.  North American Rhabdocoela and Alloeocoela - IV. Mesostoma macropenis, new species, from Douglas Lake, Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 21:646-650.
W. Frohne C.  1939.  Observations on the biology of three semiaquatic lacustrine moths. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 58:327-348.
1935
Grout A.J.  1935.  Hygrohypnum nicholsii n. sp. The Bryologist. 38:10.
1933
Cummings C.  1933.  The giant water bugs (Belostomatidae, Hemiptera). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 21:197-219.
F. Butcher G.  1933.  Hymenopterous parasites of Gyrinidae with descriptions of new species of Hemiteles. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 26:76-85.
1929
Hatch MH.  1929.  A new Bembidion (Coleop). The Canadian Entomologist. 61:135.
Thomas LJ.  1929.  Philometra nodulosa nov. spec. with notes on the life history. Journal of Parasitology. 15:193-198.
1928
Hungerford HB.  1928.  Some Corixidae from northern states and Canada. The Canadian Entomologist. 60:226-230.
1927
Tiffany L.H.  1927.  New species and varieties of Chlorophyceae. Botanical Gazette. 83:202-206.
1920
Cooper AReuben.  1920.  Glaridacris catostomi gen. nov., sp. nov.: A cestodarian parasite. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 39:1-24.
1917
Transeau ENelson.  1917.  The algae of Michigan. The Ohio Academy of Science. 17:217-232.