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Yanca CA.  2003.  The landscape ecology of Eastern White Pine in northern lower Michigan. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:176pp..
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Jr. OSewall Pet.  1959.  Late breeding record of the American Woodcock. Jack Pine Warbler. 37:160.
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Chernin E.  1953.  The length of the prepatent period in a filarial infection of ducks. Journal of Parasitology. 39:574-575.
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McMullen DB.  1935.  The life cycle and a discussion of the systematics of the turtle trematode, Eustomos chelydrae. Journal of Parasitology. 21:52-53.
Thomas LJ.  1939.  Life cycle of a fluke, Halipegus eccentricus n. sp., found in the ears of frogs. Journal of Parasitology. 25:207-221.
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Jr. NODronen, Lang BZ.  1974.  The life cycle of Cephalogonimus salamandrus sp. n. (Digenea: Cephalogonimidae) from Ambystoma tigrinum (Green) from eastern Washington. Journal of Parasitology. 60:75-79.
Thomas LJ.  1947.  The life cycle of Diphyllobothrium oblongatum Thomas, a tapeworm of gulls. Journal of Parasitology. 33:107-117.
DeGiusti DL.  1949.  The life cycle of Leptorhynchoides thecatus (Linton), an acanthocephalan of fish. Journal of Parasitology. 35:437-460.
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McMullen DB.  1934.  The life cycle of the turtle trematode Cercorchis medius. Journal of Parasitology. 20:248-250.
McMullen DB, Beaver PC.  1942.  The life cycles of three dermatitis-producing cercariae (Trematoda: Schistosomatidae). Journal of Parasitology. 28(Suppl.):13-14.
McMullen DB.  1935.  The life histories and classification of two allocreadiid-like plagiorchids from fish, Macroderoides typicus (Winfield) and Alloglossidium corti (Lamont). Journal of Parasitology. 21:369-380.
Anderson MG, Anderson FM.  1967.  The life histories of Proterometra albacauda and Proterometra septimae, spp. n. (Trematoda: Azygiidae) and a redescription of Proterometra catenaria Smith, 1934. Journal of Parasitology. 53:31-37.
McMullen DB.  1937.  The life histories of three trematodes, parasitic in birds and mammals, belonging to the genus Plagiorchis. Journal of Parasitology. 23:235-243.
Matteson MR.  1946.  Life history and ecology of Elliptio complanatus. Doctor of Philosophy:134pp..
Brunson RBruce.  1949.  The life history and ecology of two North American gastrotrichs. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 68:1-20.
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Beaver PC.  1941.  The life history of Echinochasmus donaldsoni n. sp., a trematode (Echinostomidae) from the Pied-billed Grebe. Journal of Parasitology. 27:347-355.
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Krull WH.  1931.  Life history studies on two frog lung flukes, Pneumonoeces medioplexus and Pneumobites parviplexus. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 50:215-277.
Olivier L.  1940.  Life history studies on two strigeid trematodes of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Journal of Parasitology. 26:447-477.
Herber E.C.  1942.  Life history studies on two trematodes of the subfamily Notocotylinae. Journal of Parasitology. 28:179-196.
Bradley HL.  1948.  A life history study of the Indigo Bunting. Jack Pine Warbler. 26:103-113.
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