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BRYOZOA 2002

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International Bryozoology Association
2003

PRESIDENT Dennis Gordon
PRESIDENT ELECT Paul Taylor
SECRETARY Timothy Wood
TREASURER Abigail Smith
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS FACILITATOR Patrick Wyse Jackson
PAST PRESIDENT Frank K McKinney
PAST CONFERENCE HOSTS Juan Cancino
Hugo Moyano
Maria Christina Orellana
COUNCIL MEMBERS 1998-2004 Amalia Herrera
Pierre Moissette
Andrew Ostrovsky
John Todd
Judith Winston
Emmy Wöss
COUNCIL MEMBERS 2001-2007 Matthew Dick
Eckart Håkansson
Hugo Moyano
Hans Arne Nakrem
Antonietta Rosso
Rolf Schmidt

All correspondence should be addressed to:
International Bryozoology Association
c/o Dr Timothy Wood
Department of Biological Sciences
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH 45435, USA
email: x_tim.wood@wright.edu

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2004 IBA CONFERENCE
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IBA Members should be receiving very soon by mail a Second Circular with details about the Thirteenth Conference, to be held in Concepción, Chile January 12-16, 2004. After April 1 please refer to the conference website, http://www.bryozoa2004.cl, for all the latest information.

Please note the following deadlines:
15 July 2003: Submission of abstracts and deposits for registration, accommodation, and field trips;
15 October, 2003: Payment on balance of excursion fees.

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buttonNEW PRESIDENT-ELECT
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In a special election held last fall Paul Taylor was chosen by the membership to succeed Dennis Gordon as President of the International Bryozoology Association. Paul now serves as President-Elect until the final business meeting held in Concepción next January. Congratulations to Paul, and many thanks to all the very worthy candidates who were nominated for this election.

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buttonNEWS FROM THE MEMBERSHIP
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Peter Batson has just written a popular book about New Zealand's deep-sea/open ocean environment and associated biodiversity, including a small chapter on bryozoans. Entitled, Deep New Zealand: blue water, black abyss, the book is due for release in early March (Canterbury University Press; 240 pp; 300+ colour illustrations) and can be ordered through the CUP website: www.cup.canterbury.ac.nz at NZ$49.95.

Björn Berning is now at the Institute of Geology/Paleontology, University of Hamburg (see address list).

Juan Cancino (see Roger Hughes)
Gary Carvallo (see Roger Hughes)

Ernie Gilmour. The National Park Service has provided me with bryozoan samples from selected parts of the Middle Permian Stratotype from The Guadalupian National Park. A student and I have started the initial taxonomic work on these samples. Ed Snyder and I have been invited to present a theme paper at the Cordilleran GSA on the bryozoans of the Permian Accreted Terranes in northeastern Washington. Iraida Morozova and I have submitted an abstract on an updated version of the Biogeography of Middle and Late Permian Bryozoa for the International Carboniferous Congress meetings. The National Park Service has provided me with bryozoan samples from selected parts of the Middle Permian Stratotype from The Guadalupian National Park. A student and I have started the initial taxonomic work on these samples.

Africa Gomez (see Roger Hughes)

Dennis Gordon. Bryozoans have become more popularly known in New Zealand lately with the publication of the Jan-Feb 2003 issue of New Zealand Geographic. "Living Lace: the world of bryozoans" by our own president Dennis Gordon is a 15-page full-colour gorgeous spread about bryozoans in all their glory. Well done Dennis! Freshwater bryozoan research in Otago got its own 2-page section by Abby Smith and Peter Batson.

Andrei Grischenko has successfully defended his Master of Science Dissertation at Hokkaido University, Japan: "Taxonomy of the cheilostome bryozoan Rhamphostomella Lorenz"

Roger Hughes. “Our collaborative project on sibling speciation and phylogeography of Celleporella (Bangor: Roger Hughes, Peter Wright; Hull: Gary Carvalho, Africa Gomez, Dave Lunt; Chile: Juan Cancino, Hugo Moyano) is now in its third and final year. Fascinating patterns are emerging from samples taken from around the world. However, we are still anxious to obtain more samples and so if anyone has alcohol-preserved material we would gladly pay for postage.”

Marcus Key (see Abby Smith)
Dave Lunt (see Roger Hughes)
Shunsuke Mawatari (see Paul Taylor)
Iraida Morozova (see Ernie Gilmour)
Hugo Moyano (see Roger Hughes)

Abby Smith spent a productive 4-month sabbatical in the back corner of Marcus Key's office at Dickinson College working on geochemistry of modern bryozoan skeletons. She gave bryozoan research talks at the Pennsylvania State Geological Survey, Appalachian State University, Dickinson College, and at the 2002 GSA conference in Denver. Abby and Marcus are developing a research program looking at bryozoan geochemical variation over the Phanerozoic.

Ed Snyder. (see Ernie Gilmour)

Kate Steger completed and handed in her MSc thesis at University of Otago in December 2002. It is entitled "Environment of the Otago Shelf recorded in skeletal carbonate of Otionellina spp. (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata)" and Kate is now writing up a manuscript using her findings. Kate's is the second bryozoan-related MSc thesis to come out of Marine Science at Otago in recent times, and three additional students are currently working on bryozoan topics in the department.

Paul Taylor. “During the period of closure for refurbishment of the floor containing the NHM's fossil bryozoan collections (late May - mid August 2003), I will be spending a couple of months working with Shun Mawatari at the University of Hokkaido in Sapporo, Japan. Our research, funded by the 'Japan Society for the Promotion of Science', will focus on the systematics and evolution of Microporella. If anyone has material of fossil or Recent species of Microporella which they can spare, this would be greatly appreciated.”

Kevin Tilbrook. “I was officially Doctored on the 14th Nov and graduated 11th Dec. Feels good to be part of the gang and hold the union card after all this time. And this time I'm not asking - I'm telling you - I gotta job! I haven't had the offer in black and white yet but it is on its way. It’s a post-doc at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. I'll be looking at deepsea bryos from NZ and those from NZ seamounts! Its for 2-3 yrs and we (the whole family) will be going out there around June time. I'd just like to thank all of you for your support and encouragement over the past few years, Cheers! Onwards and upwards - well, rather onwards and upside downwards!?!”

Norbert Vávra. A new bryozoan project has been started last summer, supported by the Fonds zur Foerderung der Wissenschaftlichen Forschung: "Bryozoan sediments in Cenozoic tropical environments" (2002-2004). Within these studies "classical" localities from the Neogene of Czech Republic and Austria will be revised, new localities from the Hungarian Neogene included for sake of comparison. Modern biostratigraphical investigations (foraminifera, nannofossils etc.) will be applied as well as isotope studies and geochemical data. Research institutions involved: Department of Palaeontology, University of Vienna (N.Vávra, head of project), Národní Muzeum, Praha (K. Zágor_ek), Charles University, Praha (K.Holcova), Comenius University, Bratislava (N.Hudackova) and Eötvös University, Budapest (M.Kazmer). First results will be reported during the next IBA at Concepcion, Chile in 2004.

Paul Whittlesea will leave the British Civil Service's Office of Government Commerce around the second week in April, and will thereafter be using his home e-mail address: x_pwhittlesea@gsn-iba.fsnet.co.uk (for small files only). “I have several projects on the go, (or, in some cases, more accurately - about to be initiated after I escape from here and have had a short vacation), one of which that will probably be in a fit state for presentation in Chile and will be about endemism amongst benthic organisms in the British Late Cretaceous: focusing (no surprises here) on bryozoans. I shall probably be able to expand upon a poster presentation I gave in Copenhagen last December on the discovery in Norfolk, England of a Lower Maastrichtian age bryozoan limestone somewhat akin to the well-known ones in Denmark. Of course, not all of my projects are about bryozoans: they include fossil plants, mosasaurs and their taphonomy, belemnite guard and alveolar structures, inoceramid bivalves, etc. etc. At least come the late spring I should have some time once again to start writing these up. Thereafter, I will be taking a long hard look at the cribrimorphs and their classification, but have yet to construct a formal plan for this project. I'll be talking this through with several friends and senior members of the IBA before taking the plunge!”

Judith E. Winston is now Interim Director of the Virginia Museum of Natural History where she and the rest of the staff are working hard to keep the museum going during the Commonwealth’s economic crisis and to prepare for the construction of a recently approved new museum building in Martinsville. Although the job doesn’t leave much time for research she was able to spend three weeks in Brazil this fall as a guest of the University of São Paulo’s marine laboratory, CEBIMar, in São Sebastião, Brazil. She was invited there to present an address on the lives of Ernst and Eveline Marcus at a symposium held in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Laboratory. Ernst Marcus was the founding professor of the Zoology Department at the University of São Paulo. He and Eveline are fondly remembered there for their contributions, both in research on invertebrates, including bryozoans, as a teachers and trainers of Brazilian zoologists. Judy also helped staff with identifications of bryozoans collected during a survey of the State of São Paulo’s marine fauna being carried out at the laboratory. Eventually this project will result in a guidebook to the state’s marine fauna, for which she will write the bryozoan sections in collaboration with marine lab staff.

Tim Wood spent several months of field work in Thailand and Laos documenting new freshwater bryozoans, including a new species of freshwater entoproct. Bryozoan populations are seriously impacted by deteriorating water quality and the invasive cherry snail. In collaboration with scientists at Kasetsart University (Bangkok) Tim is also exploring the use of bryozoans for year around biological monitoring water quality in the Mae Klong river system.

Peter Wright (see Roger Hughes)

Ariadna M. Yaroshinskaya died 8th October 2002 in Tomsk, Russia. According to a message from Andrej Ernst, she had an heart attack while sitting in her working office at the university. She had worked a long time on Early Paleozoic bryozoans of Siberia, and had supervised Andrej in bryozoans when he was a student (see Andrej’s article elsewhere in this bulletin).

Kamil Zágorsek (see Norbert Vávra).

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buttonThe Bryozoa Research Center in the Senckenberg Museum
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in Frankfurt/Main
by Joachim Scholz

The IBA launched two international resolutions in 1995 and 1998 respectively, that turned out to be extremely helpful to promote the first section of a German museum dedicated to bryozoans. The foundation by the Senckenberg Nature Research Society took place in July 1999.

The goals of the two resolutions, and a major goal of the new bryozoology section is to preserve the collection of Professor Voigt (Hamburg), and keeping his legacy alive for generations to come, and for future research e.g. for Treatise demands. Furthermore, there are other collections that also require curatorial care, such as the collection of Heinrich Ristedt.

This is a brief report to the IBA community on how far we got, and what we are aiming for in the coming years.

Part of the agreement between the Senckenberg Society and Professor Voigt is that E. Voigt keep his collection in Hamburg as long as he wishes to do so, in order to be able to continue his research (he is still very active!). Accordingly, the most important part of the collection, including all type material, is still with Professor Voigt in his residence apartment Parkallee 7 (Hamburg) that many of you know. However, those parts of his collection housed in the department of Geology and Paleontology in Hamburg were transferred to Frankfurt in January and March 2002, since there was considerable demand by the University of Hamburg to use the rooms otherwise.

The two truck loads (!) of rocks and sediments that were transfered to Frankfurt are important, although there are no types. They include bryozoan bonanzas from outcrops in the Upper Cretaceous of numerous localities in France and Central Europe. In many cases, these sampling sites no longer exist.

In December 2002, Heinrich Ristedt decided to transfer his considerable collection of Recent bryozoans to Senckenberg, and in January we picked up about 10,000 boxes of carefully mounted specimens in Heinrich’s residence apartment near Bonn, and the valley of the river Rhine. The Ristedt collection is divided into a taxonomical part, and a regional one (Antarctica). The Ristedt collection will form the rock upon which all our new collections of Recent bryozoans will be precipitated, such as Philippines, Gulf of Aden, Socotra (Yemen), Japan, New Zealand, and North Sea.

Both Heinrich Ristedt and Gero Hillmer will continue their bryozoan research using facilities in Frankfurt. In 2001, Gero was appointed a corresponding member of the Senckenberg society. He has invited us to join in some new specific research on Upper Cretaceous Voigt bryozoans. Gero is a very frequent visitor in Frankfurt.

We have also received the bryozoan collections of Ursula Schneemilch and of Andrej Ernst from the study group of Priska Schaefer, who has given to Senckenberg e.g. the type material from his monography on bryozoans of the Permian of the NW-Tethys.

We are currently introducing our collection database SeSam to several research institutions working with us in the German national GBIF-programme (which is by the way, one of my entertainments for the next two years; there are 148 holotypes in Berlin that await re-description). In the near future, this database will make it possible for outside users, to have (authorized) internet access to our (bryozoan) collections, and have a look what is there, reading original descriptions and looking at photographs of the material.

Aside from preserving the collections, the “Young Persons Guide to the Bryozoan Orchestra” is another priority of equal importance. Juergen Kaselowsky’s PhD on latitudinal gradients in bryozoans from Japan and New Zealand, that was done in collaboration with Shun Mawatari, Dennis Gordon and other friends in Japan and New Zealand, is coming to an end. I hope very much that he will have a chance to continue bryozoan work - for example within the scope of deep sea research programs. New students have started to work in the section, tackling bryozoans from European coasts (North Sea, Mediterranean).


Therefore, like Janus, the ancient Roman God of beginnings and entrances, of going in and coming out, we are looking in opposite directions - hoping to contribute to preserve our past, and safeguard the future through the investment in people. If everything works out, we might even touch the line of the composer Gerald Finzi who stated (on art), the we are like “a coral reef insect, building his reef out of the transitory world around him and making a solid structure to last long after his own fragile and uncertain life.”

The reef rock, or rather the outside shell of the bryozoology section in Frankfurt, has been improved and enlarged very much last year when we were reported to the final destination in the 4th floor of the Museum main building (looking down on the hall of dinosaurs from our office window). Previously, we were staying in two rooms in “Kuhwaldstrasse” that are now solely dedicated to accommodate the Voigt collection of fossil bryozoans, and guest researchers. Thus, we have now a vacant separate office with own computer and binocular, for visitors to come. There are also apartments in the Senckenberg guest house.

Some of you have been in Frankfurt already, and we shall be delighted to host any IBA family member who likes to drop in.

Best wishes to all,

Joachim Scholz
(Senckenberg Research Institute, Section Marine Evertebraten 3,
Senckenberganlage 25, D-60325 Frankfurt, Germany).

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buttonA REQUEST!
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From Jean-Loup d’Hondt to the entire Bryozoological community!
What are the taxonomic position and the scientific name of this zoarium (click on image for larger view)?

d'Hondt zoarium

Diagnosis:

N.B: Ovicells and polypial anatomy unknownl reproductive behavior, biological cycle and larvae not observed; viviparity presumed.

Age: Recent (Post-Würmian, Quaternary)
Geographic distribution: West-Europa (Atlantic region, France).
Ecology: Continental, urban and gregarious species, occasionally intertidal (in summer).

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buttonIn Memorium:
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ARIADNA M. YAROSHINSKA
April 11, 1927 – October 8, 2002

Ariadna M. Yaroshinska was born on 11th April 1927 in the village Bolotnoye of the Novosibirsk region (Russia) in the family of a medical employee and a photojournalist. In 1947 she began studies at the Faculty of Geology, Tomsk State University. After completing her degree in 1952, she worked until 1958 at the Tomsk Complex Geological Survey as a geologist-palaeontologist, dealing with Palaeozoic bryozoans and stratigraphy of Devonian and Carboniferous of the Kolyvan-Tomsk folded zone and of Altai. In 1958 she moved to the Ob-Irtysh Geological Survey of SNIIGGiMS (Siberian Scientific Research Institute of Geology, Geophysics and Mineral Resources), conducting here extensive studies on Ordovician and Silurian bryozoans of the Sayano-Altai region. During this time she participated in many field trips to sample geological and palaeontological material.

Ariadna M. Yaroshinskaya completed her PhD thesis at Tomsk University in 1966 on "Ordovician bryozoans of western part of the Sayano-Altai mountain region." Altogether she published 11 papers on this theme. After 1964 she worked on Lower Devonian bryozoans of Altai, which were completely unknown to the time. Until March 1987 Dr. Yaroshinskaya was on the scientific staff of SNIIGGiMS. She participated in the work of the Devonian Stratigraphic Committee, Bryozoan Commission of the Scientific Council and of the Scientific Council of the Academy of Sciences in Moscow, devoted to the problem "Ways and principles of a historical development of animal and plant organisms." From 1989 until her sudden death on 8th October 2002, she worked as elder scientific employee at the Micropalaeontological Laboratory of the Tomsk State University.

Ariadna M. Yaroshinskaya is a co-author of two monographs dealing with the stratigraphy and palaeontology of Siberian Region, and an author and a co-author of more than 30 scientific articles.

Publications of Ariadna M. Yaroshinskaya (incomplete):

Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1960). General characteristic of bryozoans of the Upper Ordovician of Mountain Altai. Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGiMS), v. 8. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1960). Paleontological characteristic of the Ordovician of Sayano-Altai region. Bryozoa. Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGIMS), v. 19. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1960). Type Bryozoa. Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGiMS), 1 (19): 393-400, [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1962). Some representatives of the Bryozoa of the family Monticuliporidae from the Upper Ordvician of the Gornyi Altai. Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGiMS), 23: 143-149, 5 figs., 2 pls. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1965). On the genus Homotrypa Ulrich (Bryozoa). Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGIMS), 34: 3-5. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1965). Some new bryozoans from the Ordovician of Mountain Altai and Salair. Trudy Tomskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, v. 63. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1966). Composition of the family Ceramoporidae and basic ways of its evolution. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal, 2: 27-32, [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1967). Characteristic of bryozoan complexes from deposits of the Anuisk-Tschuiski Depression (Mountain Altai). Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGiMS), v. 55. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1968). The early Devonian and Eifelian Bryozoa from the Altai. - In: International Conference on Bryozoa, 1st, San Donato Milanese, Proc. Atti della Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale de Milano. 108: 285-294. Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali, Presso Museo Civico di Storia Naturale. Milan, Italy.
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1970). Some points of geographical distribution and ecology of the Middle and Late Ordovician bryozoans in the West part of the Altai-Sayan Mountain Region. Bulletin of the Moscowr Society of Nature searchers. Geol. Dep. XLV (5): 99-106 Moscow [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1970). Some new Early Devonian bryozoans from Gornyi Altai. - In: Novye vidy paleozojskikh mshanok i korallov [New species of bryozoans and coralls], 32-37. Nauka: Moscow. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1970). On strucures of the genus Nicholsonella. - Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGiMS), 110: 122-125. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1973). Ordovician Bryozoa of the Altai-Sayan Region. - In: Living and Fossil Bryozoa; International Bryozoology Association Conference, 2nd, Proceedings. 421-428. Acad. Press, London.
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1987). Some facial features and paleoecology of Eifelian bryozoans in Salair; Shanda and Mamontov horizons. In: Paleontologiya i rekonstruktsiya geologicheskoy istorii paleobasseynov; trudy XXIX sessii Vsesoyuznogo paleontologicheskogo obshchestva [Paleontology and reconstruction of the geologic history of paleobasins; proceedings of the XXIX session of the All-Union Paleontological Society]. Bogdanova, T.N. & Khozatskiy, L. I. (eds.). 72-78. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1978). Lower and Middle Devonian Bryozoa of the Altai Mountains]. - In: Voprosy stratigrafii paleozoya (devon, karbon). Rotay, A. P., Rzhonsnitskaya, M. A., Donakova, L. M. Kalmykova, M. A., Kulikova, V. F., Petrosyan, N. M. (eds.). Trudy Mezhvedomstvennyy Stratigraficheskiy Komitet SSSR. 6: 114-116. Izdatel'stvo Nauka Leningradskoye Otdeleniye. St. Petersburg. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1984). New species of bryozoans from the Devonian of West-Sibirian Plate (using drilling cores material)]. In: New species of fossil Invertebrata and plants of oil-bearing provincies of Siberia], Trudy Sibirskogo nauchno-isledovatelskogo instituta geologii, geofiziki i mineralnogo syrya (SNIIGGIMS), 5, pp. [In Russian].
Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1984). Paleontological atlas. Description of bryozoans. - Novosibirsk: Nauka Publishing House, 20 pp. [In Russian].
Astrova, G. G. & Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1968). Early Devonian and Eifelian bryozoans of Salair and Mountain Altai. Trudy Tomskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, 202: 47-62. [In Russian].
Cherepnina, S. K., & Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1974). New taxa of early Devonian and Eifelian rugose corals and bryozoans]. - Trudy - Tomsk, Universitet. 227: 154-168. [In Russian].
Ivaniya, V. A., Cherepnina, S. K., & Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1974). Rugose corals and bryozoans from the lower and middle Devonian of West Siberia]. - Trudy - Tomsk, Universitet. 227: 3-15. [In Russian].
Moskalenko, T. A. Yadrenkina, A. G., Semenova, V. S. & Yaroshinskaya, A. M. (1978). The Ordovician of the key sections of the Upper Ordovician in the Siberian Platform; biostratigraphy and fauna. - Trudy Instituta Geologii i Geofiziki (Novosibirsk). 340: 1-125, Nauka, Sibirskoye Otdeleniye Instituta Geologii i Geofiziki. Novosibirsk, USSR. [In Russian].

Acknowledgements: I want to thank my colleagues Dr. N. I. Savina and S. V. Leshchinskiy from the Tomsk State University, who helped me to gather some facts of biography and literature of A. M. Yaroshinskaya.

Submitted by Andrej Ernst

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buttonBibliography
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The following list of papers was compiled from standard abstracting services as well as from papers and citations sent directly to the IBA Secretary. The list also appears in EndNote format on the hosted IBA website, www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/iba. Members are encouraged to support future compilations by continuing to submit complete citations to the IBA Secretary at any time.


Bader, B. (2002). Bryozoan communities in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica: a first overview. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 1-6.

Barnes, D. K. A. (2002). Clade perseverance from Mesozoic to present: a multidisciplinary approach to interpretation of pattern and process. Biology Bulletin 203: 161-172.

Barnes, D. K. A. and S. De Grave (2002). Modelling multivariate determinants of growth in Antarctic bryozoans. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer
Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 7-17.

Barnes, D. K. A. and B. C. Maugham (2002). Seasonality and inter-annual variability in recruitment patterns of temperate encrusting fauna. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson,
Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 19-27.

Best, M. A. and J. P. Thorpe (2002). Use of radioactive labelled food to assess the role of the funicular system in the transport of metabolites in the cheilostome bryozoan Membranipora membranacea (L.). Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 29-35.

Boardman, R. S. (2002). Colony life then and now: Lower Paleozoic trepostomes (500-350 mya) and living cyclostomes: a review. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 41-51.

Bone, Y. and N. P. James (2002). Bryozoans from temperate Pleistocene deep-water mounds, Great Australian Bight, Australia. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 53-59.

Brown, K. M., R. Schmidt, Y. Bone (2002). Observations on ecological adaptations of Lanceopora smeatoni (MacGillivray), West Island, South Australia. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 61-65.

Buttler, C. J., P.N. Wyse Jackson, T. Sharpe (2002). George Robert Vine (1825-1893): stay maker, bryozoologist and fossil dealer. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. Wyse Jackson and M. E. Spencer Jones. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 1-29.

Cadée, G. C. (2002). Early bryozoan studies in The Netherlands. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 31-43.

Caffara, M., A. Gustinelli, M. Prearo, M. I. Taticchi and M. L. Fioravanti (2002). Studies on the presence of Tetracapsula bryosalmonae (Myxozoa, Saccosporidae) in Bryozoa and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Italy. Parassitologia 44(Supppl.1): 1-39.

Callaghan, T. P. and R. H. Karlson (2002). Summer dormancy as a refuge from mortality in the freshwater bryozoan Plumatella emarginata. Oecologia (Berlin) 132(1): 51-59.

Cancino, J. M., F. Torres, H. I. Moyano (2002). Larval release pattern in Antarctic bryozoans. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 67-72.

Canning, Elizabeth U.; Donomik Refardt, Charles R. Vossbrinck, Beth Okamura, Alan Curry (2002). New diplokaryotic microsporidia (Phylum, Microsporidia) from freshwater bryozoans (Bryozoa, Phylactolaemata). European Journal of Protistology 38: 247-265.

Canning, E. U., S. Tops, A. Curry, T. Wood, B. Okamura. (2002). Ecology, development and pathogenicity of Buddenbrockia plumatellae Schröder, 1910 (Myxozoa, Malacosporea) (syn. Tetracapsula bryozoides) and establishment of Tetracapsuloides n. gen. for Tetracapsula bryosalmonae. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 49: 280-295.

Charlton, T. R., A. J. Barber, R. A. Harris, S. T. Barkham, P. R. Bird, N. W. Archbold, N. J. Morris, R. S. Nicoll, H. G. Owen, R. M. Owens, J. E. Sorauf, P. D. Taylor, G. D. Webster and J. E. Whittaker (2002). The Permian of Timor: stratigraphy, palaeontology and palaeogeography. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 20: 718-774.

Cheetham, A. H. (2002). Asexual propagation in the cheilostomes Metrarabdotos and Coscinopleura: effects on genetic variation and larval productivity. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 73-80.

Cheetham, A. H. (2002). Origin and early development of the International Bryozoology Association. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 85.

Cheetham, A. H. (2002). The founding and early history of the International Bryozoology Association, 1965-1974. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 45-57.

Cocito, S., F. Ferdeghini, S. Pisaroni, D. Bedulli (2002). Influence of colony morphology on associated biota diversity in four Bryozoa. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 83-88.

Cook, P. L. and P. E. Bock (2002). Notes on astogeny of some Petraliellidae (Bryozoa) from Australia. Journal of Natural History 36(13): 1601-1619.

Cuffey, R. J. (2002). Identification key for North American Ordovician trepostome families. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 89-92.

Cuffey, R. J. (2002). Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific names of Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Bryozoa). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 59(1): 40-44.

Cuffey, R. J., Davis, Richard Arnold Utgaard, John E. (2002). The Cincinnati Paleobryozoologists. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 59-79.

De Kinkelin, P., M. Gay, S. Forman (2002). The persistence of infectivity of Tetracapsula bryosalmonae-infected water for rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum). Journal of Fish Diseases 25(8): 477-482.

De Meester, L., A. Gómez, B. Okamura, K. Schwenk (2002). The Monopolization Hypothesis and the dispersal-gene flow paradox in aquatic organisms. Acta Oecologica 23: 121-135.

Dewel, R. A., J. E. Winston, F. K. McKinney. (2002). Deconstructing bryozoans: origin and consequences of a unique body plan. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 93-99.

d'Hondt, J.-L. (2002). The French pre-Lamarckian bryozoologists. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 81-95.

Eisenbarth, Sophie; Matthias Gehling, Achim Harder, Bert Steffan (2002). Pentaporins A, B and C: Disulfides from the marine bryozoan Pentapora fascialis. Tetrahedron 58(42): 8461-8464.

El-Matbouli, M. and R. W. Hoffmann (2002). Influence of water quality on the outbreak of proliferative kidney disease: Field studies and exposure experiments. Journal of Fish Diseases 25(8): 459-467.

Erikson, J. M. and D. A. Waugh (2002). Colony morphologies and missed opportunities during the Cincinnatian (Late Ordovician) bryozoan radiation: examples from Heterotrypa frondosa and Monticulipora mammulata. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 101-107.

Ernst, A. (2002). Systematics and biogeography of the Permian bryozoans in Europe. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 109-112.

Fernandez Araoz, N. C., C. S. Bremec, G.A. Verazay (2001). Los organismos bentonicos registrados en la region de la plataforma continental argentina y adyacencias, comprendida entre 35ES y 55E y profundidades mayores de 50 metros. Argentina, Report for General Comision Nacional del Limite Exterior de la Plataforma Continental (COPLA): 55.

Franzén, Å. and I. Lennmark (2002). [Bryozoa in the fauna of Sweden.]. Fauna och Flora (Stockholm) 97(1): 20-31.

Galluzzo, G. and M. Nicotra (2001). Victorella pavida Saville Kent 1870 e Amathia semiconvoluta Lamouroux 1824 (Bryozoa, Ctenostomatida): specie rare e poco conosciute della Sicilia. Biologia Marina Mediterranea 8(2): 596-597.

Galluzzo, G. and M. Nicotra (2002). Fauna marina a Bryozoa della Riserva Naturale Orientata 'Oasi faunistica di Vendicari' (Siracusa, Sicilia sud orientale). Naturalista sicil S.4 26(1-2): 21-33.

Gordon, Dennis P. (2002). Late Cretaceous-Paleocene porinids - mixed frontal shields and evidence of polyphyly. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 113-124.

Gordon, Dennis P.; Mawatari, Shunsuke F.; Kajihara, Hiroshi (2002). New taxa of Japanese and New Zealand Eurystomellidae (Phylum Bryozoa) and their phylogenetic relationships. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 136: 199-216.

Gorjunova, R. V. (2002). Pseudorhabdomeson: A new genus of Carboniferous bryozoans: Morphology and astogeny. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal(5): 49-58.

Greschenko, A. V. (2002). History of investigations and current state of knowledge of bryozoan species diversity in the Bering Sea. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 97-116.

Grischenko, Andrei V. and Shunsuke F. Mawatari (2002). Kubaninella: a new genus of Adeonidae (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) from the Western Kamchatka shelf of the Sea of Okhotsk. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 125-130.

Grischenko, Andrei V., Paul D. Taylor and Shunsuke F Mawatari (2002). A new cheilostome bryozoan with gigantic zooids from the North-west Pacific. Zoological Science (Tokyo) 19: 1279-1289.

Hageman, S. J. (2001). Encrusting invertebrate faunas and shipwreck histories: ballast stones from North Carolina shipwreck 03BUI (Queen Anne's Revenge). Southeastern Geology 40(1): 65-73.

Hageman, S. J., M. Bayer, C. D. Todd (2002). Partitioning phenotypic variation: implications for morphometric analyses (Bryozoa). Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 131-140.

Hall, S.R., P.D. Taylor, S. A. Davis, S. Mann (2002). Electron diffraction studies of the calcareous skeletons of bryozoans. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 88: 410-419.

Hamdane, A. and P. Moissette (2002). Bryozoan distribution in a Messinian coral reef complex of western Algeria. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 141-149.

Harmelin, J.-G. (2001). Puellina saldanhai, n. sp., a new cribimorph cheilostome (Bryozoa: Gymnolaemata) from dark cave environment of southern Portugal. Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal (Historia Natural) Suppl. 6: 37-49.

Harmelin, J.-G. and S. Capo (2002). Effects of sewage on bryozoan diversity in Mediterranean rocky bottoms. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 151-158.

Hatton-Ellis, Tristan W.; Andrew Hope, Leslie R. Noble, Beth Okamura (2002). Genetic variation in a freshwater bryozoan: II: The effect of increasing spatial scale. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 154: 293-309.

Hayward, P. J. and F. K. McKinney (2002). Northern Adriatic Bryozoa from the vicinity of Rovinj, Croatia. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 270: 1-139.

Hughes, R. N., P. Wright, P. H. Manríquex, J. D. D. Bishop (2002). Predominance of obligate outbreeding in the simultaneous hermaphrodite Celleporella hyalina sensu lato. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 159-162.

Iseto, T. (2002). Loxocorone, a new genus of the family Loxosomatidae (Entoprocta: Solitaria), with descriptions of two new Loxomitra (sensu stricto) and a new Loxocorone from Okinawa, the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan. Zoological Science (Tokyo) 19(3): 359-367.

Iyengar, E. V. and C. D. Harvell (2002). Specificity of cues inducing defensive spines in the bryozoan Membranipora membranacea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 225: 205-218.

Jackson, Patrick N. Wyse, Caroline J. Buttler and Marcus M. Key, Jr. (2002). Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific names of Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Bryozoa). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 59(1): 40-44.

Jeong, S.-J., R. Higuchi, T. Miyamoto, M. Ono, M. Kuwano and S.F. Mawatari (2002). Bryoanthrathiophene, a new antiangiogenic constituent from the bryozoan Watersipora subtorquata (d'Orbigny, 1852). Journal of Natural Products 65(9): 1344-1345.

Jia-Sheng, Hao, Yang Qun, Li Chun-xiang, Zhang Ke-yun and Sun Xiao-yan (2002). Preliminary study on molecular phylogeny of bryozoans based on 18S rRNA gene sequences. Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica 19(2): 199-205.

Johnston, Emma L.; Keough, Michael J.; Qian, Pei-Yuan (2002). Maintenance of species dominance through pulse disturbances to a sessile marine invertebrate assemblage in Port Shelter, Hong Kong. Marine Ecology Progress Series 226: 103-114.

Kázimír, M. and N. Vávra (2002). Micropaleontology in Vienna at the turn of the 19th century: foraminiferan and bryozoan studies of Leopold von Fichtel and Johann Paul Carl von Moll. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. Wyse Jackson and M. E. Spencer Jones. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 117-132.

Key, M. M., Jr., L. Thrane (née Madsen), J. A. Collins (2002). Functional morphology of maculae in a giant ramose bryozoan from the Permian of Greenland. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 163-170.

Key, M.M. Jr., M.D. Moore, W.P. Patterson and P.N. Wyse Jackson (2002). A stable isotope test for diagenesis comparing brachiopods, bryozoans, and cements in the Ordovician Duncannon Group, southeastern Ireland. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34(6): 17.

Kleemann, K. and K. Zágor_ek (2002). Eine ungewohnliche lichenopore Bryozoe aus dem Karpatium des Korneuburger Beckens (Untermiozan, Osterreich). Beitr. Palaont 27: 281-289.

Kohring, R. and A. Hoernig (2002). Freshwater bryozoan remains from the Molteno Formation (Upper Triassic) of South Africa. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 171-174.

Kuklinski, P. (2002). Bryozoa of the high Arctic fjord - a preliminary study. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 175-182.

Kuklinski, P. (2002). Fauna of bryozoans in Kongsfjorden, West Spitsbergen. Polish Polar Research 23(2): 193-206.

Kurtis Kyser, T., N. P. James, Y. Bone (2002). Shallow burial dolomitization and dedolomitization of Cenozoic cool-water limestones, Southern Australia: geochemistry and origin. Journal of Sedimentary Research 72(1): 146-157.

Larsen, P. S. and H. U. Riisgard (2002). On ciliary sieving and pumping in bryozoans. Journal of Sea Research 48(3): 181-195.

Hideaki Machiyama, Tsutomu Yamada, Naotomo Kaneko, Yasufumi Iryu, Kei Odawara, Ryuji Asami, Hiroki Matsuda, Shunsuke F. Mawatari, Yvonne Bone, and Noel P. James 2003 Carbon and Oxygen Isotopes of Cool-Water Bryozoans from the Great Australian Bight and Their Paleoenvironmental Significance. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Volume 182 Scientific Results, Great Australian Bight: Cenozoic Cool-Water Carbonates.

Mackie, J. A., M. J. Keough, J. A. Norman, L. Christidis (2002). Mitochondrial evidence of geographical isolation within Bugula dentatai Lamouroux. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 199-206.

Marsh, T. and T. S. Wood (2002). Results of a freshwater bryozoan survey in the Pacific Northwestern United States. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 207-214.

Massard, J. A. and G. Geimer (2002). Phylactolaemates of St Stephen's Green in Dublin (Ireland). Archives de l'Institut grand-ducal de Luxembourg, Section des Sciences naturelles, physiques et mathématiques 44: 121-126.

Massard, J. A., G. Geimer, K. Økland, J. Økland (2002). Note on the occurrence of the freshwater bryozoan Plumatella casmiana Oka, 1907 (Bryozoa, Phylactolaemata) in Norway. Archives de l'Institut grand-ducal de Luxembourg, Section des Sciences naturelles, physiques et mathématiques 44(2002): 127-143.

Massard, J. A. and G. G. Geimer (2002). Occurrence of Pectinella magnifica (Leidy, 1851) (Bryozoa, Phylactolaemata) in the German-Luxembourg border region near Bech-Kleinmacher (Luxembourg and Nennig (Germany). Archives de l'Institut grand-ducal de Luxembourg, Section des Sciences naturelles, physiques et mathématiques 44: 107-120.

Massard, Jos. A., Gaby Geimer (2002). A survey on the history of freshwater bryozoology in Belgium and Luxembourg. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 133-170.

McGhee, G. R. J., Frank K. McKinney (2000). A theoretical morphologic analysis of convergently evolved erect helical colony form in the Bryozoa. Paleobiology 26(4): 556-577.

McGhee, G. R. J. and F. K. McKinney (2002). A theoretical morphologic analysis of ecomorphologic variation in Archimedes helical colony form. Palaios 17(6): 556-570.

McKinney, F. K., Dennis W. Burdick (2001). A rare, larval-founded colony of the bryozoan Archimedes from the Carboniferous of Alabama. Paleontology 44(5): 855-859 44(5): 855-859.

McKinney, F. K. (2002). Chesterton (Carboniferous) Septopora (Order Fenestrida), eastern North America. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 183-189.

McKinney, Frank. K., Marjorie McKinney (2002). Contrasting marine larval settlement patterns imply habitat-seeking behaviours in a fouling and a cryptic species (phylum Bryozoa). Journal of Natural History 36: 487-500.

McKinney, F. K. and A. Jaklin (2001). Sediment accumulation in a shallow-water meadow carpeted by a small erect bryozoan. Sedimentary Geology 145: 397-410.

McKinney, F. K., F. J. Webb, Marjorie McKinney (2001). Middle Ordovician infratidal bryozoan-dominated microreefs (Bowen Formation, Southwestern Virginia, USA). Mem.Sci.Geol 53: 125-137.

McKinney, M. J. and R. A. Dewel (2002). The ctenostome collar - an enigmatic structure. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 191-197.

Moisette, Pierre, Jean-Paul Saint Martin, Jean-Pierre Andre and Pestrea Simona (2002). L'association microbialite-bryozoaires dans le Messinien de Sicile et de Sardaigne. Geodiversitas 24(3): 611-623.

Moissette, P., N. Spjeldnaes, E. Georgiades-Dikeoulia (2002). Highly diverse bryozoan faunas from the Plio-Pleistocene of the Greek island of Rhodes. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 215-220.

Monteiro, A. S., B. Okamura, P. Holland (2002). Orphan worm finds a home: Buddenbrockia is a myxozoan. Molecular Biology and Evolution 19: 968-971.

Morales-Rios, Martha S.; Suarez-Castillo, Oscar R.; Joseph-Nathan, Pedro (2002). First total syntheses of dihydroflustramine C and flustramine E, alkaloids from the marine bryozoan Flustra foliacea. Tetrahedron 58(8): 1479-1484.

Morozova, Iraida P.; Weis, Olga B.; Racki, Grzegorz (2002). Emergence and extinction of the Givetian to Frasnian bryozoan faunas in the Kostomloty facies zone, Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 47(2): 307-317.

Morris, D. C.; Morris, D. J.; Adams, A. (2002). Molecular evidence of release of Tetracapsula bryosalmonae, the causative organism of proliferative kidney disease from infected salmonids into the environment. Journal of Fish Diseases 25(8): 501-504.

Morris, D. C., D. J. Morris, A. Adams (2002). Development of improved PCR to prevent false positives and false negatives in the detection of Tetracapsula bryosalmonae, the causative agent of proliferative kidney disease. Journal of Fish Diseases 25(8): 483-490.

Morris, D. J. and A. Adams (2002). Development of Schroedera plumatellae gen. n., sp. n. (Microsporidia) in Plumatella fungosa (Bryozoa: Phylactolaemata). Acta Protozoologica 41(4): 383-396.

Morris, David John; Morris, Donald Charles; Adams, Alexandra (2002). Development and release of a malacosporean (Myxozoa) from Plumatella repens (Bryozoa: Phylactolaemata). Folia Parasitologica (Ceske Budejovice) 49(1): 25-34.

Morris, P. A., P. H. von Bitter, P. E. Schenk, S. J. Wentworth (2002). Interactions of bryozoans and microbes in a chemosynthetic hydrothermal vent system: Big Cove Formation (Lower Codroy Group, Lower Carboniferous, Middle Viséan/Arundian), Port Peninsula, Western Newfoundland, Canada. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 221-227.

Morrison-Gardiner, S. (2002). Dominant fungi from Australian coral reefs. Fungal Diversity 9: 105-121.

Mortensen, G. M. (2002). Composition and derivation of the inter-reef sand of the Capricorn Group, Southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia, with particular emphasis on the bryozoan fauna. Geological Institute. Copenhagen, University of Copenhagen: 172.

Moyano, G. H. I. (2002). Bryozoa from oceanic south eastern Pacific islands: diversity and zoogeography. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 229-238.

Moyano, G. H. I. (2002). Towards a general history of the south-eastern Pacific Bryozoa. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 171-183.

Nakrem, H. A. (2002). A Moscovian (Carboniferous) bryozoan buildup from Svalbard. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 239-245.

Nekhorosheva, L. V. (2002). Paleozoic Bryozoa from Severnaya Zemlya (Russian Arctic). Geodiversitas 24(2): 317-327.

O'Dea, A. and J. B. C. Jackson (2002). Bryozoan growth mirrors contrasting seasonal regimes across the Isthmus of Panama. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 185(1-2): 77-94.

Okamura, B., A. Curry, T. Wood, E. U. Canning (2002). Ultrastructure of Buddenbrockia sp., identifies it as a myxozoan and verifies the bilaterian origin of the Myxozoa. Parasitology 124: 215-223.

Okamura, B. and J. R. Freeland (2002). Gene flow and the evolutionary ecology of passively dispersing aquatic animals. Dispersal Biology. J. M. Bullock, Kenward, R. E., Hails, R. S. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing: 194-216.

Okamura, B., J. R. Freeland, T. Hatton-Ellis (2002). Clones and metapopulations. Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates. R. N. Hughes. New Dehli, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. XI.

Okamura, B. and T. S. Wood (2002). Bryozoans as hosts for Tetracapsula bryosalmonae, the PKX organism. Journal of Fish Diseases 25(8): 469-475.

Økland, K. A. and J. Økland (2002). Freshwater bryozoans (Bryozoa) of Norway III: distribution and ecology of Plumatella fruticosa. Hydrobiologia 479(1): 11-22.

Ostrovsky, A. N. (2002). Brood chambers in cribimorphs evolved by fusion of costae: further arguements. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 247-255.

Ostrovsky, A. N. S., Natalia Shunatova (2002). Colonial behavior and group zooidal reactions in Bryozoa: history and research. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 185-199.

Ostrovsky, A. N. S., Natalia Shunatova, Irina Antipenko (2002). Historical review on individual autozooidal behaviour and feeding mechanisms in Bryozoa. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 201-227.

Pachut, J. F. and R. L. Anstey (2002). Phylogeny, systematics, and biostratigraphy of the Ordovician bryozoan genus Peronopora. Journal of Paleontology 76(4): 607-637.

Pachut, J. F., R. L. Anstey, N. G. Lane, J. R. Dodd (2002). Alan S. Horowitz (1930-1999), Pp. 229-232. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. Wyse Jackson and M. E. Spencer Jones. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association.

Pachut, J. F. and M. M. Fisherkeller (2002). Changes in colonial development, intraspecific heterochrony, morphological integration, and character heritabilities in two populations of the bryozoan species Batostoma jamesi from the Kope Formation (Upper Ordovician, Cincinnatian). Journal of Paleontology 76(2): 197-210.

Pachut, J. F. A., Robert L. Lane, N. Gary Dodd, J. Robert (2002). Alan Stanley Horowitz (1930-1999). Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 229-232.

Peterson, N. L. (2002). Neurotoxin found in the freshwater bryozoan, Lophopodella carteri. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 257-260.

Pettit, G. R. (2002). From a marine bryozoan to the clinic: The bryostatins. 223rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society 223(1-2): MEDI 128.

Porter, J. S.; Ellis, J. R.; Hayward, P. J.; Rogers, S. I.; Callaway, R. (2002). Geographic variation in the abundance and morphology of the bryozoan Alcyonidium diaphanum (Ctenostomata: Alcyonidiidae) in UK coastal waters. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 82(4): 529-535.

Prost, M. (2002). [Proliferative kidney disease (PKD) of salmonid fish: New views on its etiology and spread.]. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 58(8): 563-567.

Reguant, S. (2002). Thirty four years of bryozoology: the I.B.A. International Conferences (1968-2001). Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 231-241.

Rodriguez, S. and J. P. Vergon (2002). [Pectinatella magnifica Leidy 1851 (Phylactolaemates), a species of bryozoa introduced in the north of Franche-Comte.]. Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Pisciculture(365-366): 281-296.

Ross, J. R. P. and C. A. Ross (2002). Bryozoans in Ordovician depositional sequences, Cincinnati Arch region, USA. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 261-274.

Rosso, A. (2002). Bryobaculum carinatum gen. et sp. nov.: a new Mediterranean Pliocene deep-water bryozoan. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 275-283.

Rosso, A. (2002). Amphiblestrum Gray, 1848 (Bryozoa Cheilostomatida) from the Atlantic-Mediterranean area, with description of a new species. Journal of Natural History 36(12): 1489-1508.

Rosso, A. and P. D. Taylor (2002). A new anascan cheilostome bryozoan from Icelandic deep waters and its uniserial colony growth pattern. Sarsia 87(1): 35-46.

Ryland, J. S. (2002). Life history characters and ecology of some encrusting ctenostomates. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 285-291.

Sabattini, N. (2002). [Cystoporata (Bryozoa) from the Carboniferous of Tepuel-Genoa Basin, Chubut Province, Argentina.]. Ameghiniana 39(2): 201-211.

Sanner, J. (2002). Canu and Bassler. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 243-250.

Schmidt, R. and Y. Bone (2002). Eocene bryozoan assemblages of the St. Vincent Basin, South Australia. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 293-298.

Seo, J. E. (2002). A new parasmittinid bryozoan (Cheilostomata) from Korea. Korean Journal of Biological Sciences 6(1): 41-43.

Soule, Dorothy F. (2002). North-eastern Pacific bryozoology and the American bryozoologists. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 251-274.

Soule, Dorothy F. and John D. Soule (2002). Changing concepts in species diversity in the northeastern Pacific. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 299-306.

Soule, Dorothy F. and John D. Soule (2002). The Eastern Pacific Parasmittina trispinosa complex (Bryozoa, Cheilostomatida): new and previously described species. Irene McCulloch Foundation Monograph Series 5: 1-40.

Spjeldnaes, N. (2002). Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific names of Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Bryozoa). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 59(1): 40-42.

Taylor, P. D. (2002). Bryozoans. Palaeontological Association Field Guides to Fossils: Number 2. A. B. Smith and D. J. Batten. London, The Palaeontological Association: 53-79?

Taylor, P. D. (2002). Alcide d'Orbigny (1802-1857). The Linnean 18(2): 7-12.

Taylor, P. D. (2002). W. D. Lang, orthogenesis and the evolution of Cretaceous cribrimorph Bryozoa. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. Wyse Jackson and M. E. Spencer Jones. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 275-298.

Taylor, P. D. and F. K. McKinney (2002). Brooding in the Cretaceous bryozoan Stichomicropora and the origin of ovicells in cheilostomes. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 307-314.

Taylor, P. D. and M. A. Wilson (2002). A new terminology for marine organisms inhabiting hard substrates. Palaios 17: 522-525.

Taylor, P. D. and P. M. Zaborski (2002). A Late Cenomanian bryozoan biostrome from north-eastern Nigeria. Cretaceous Research 23(2): 241-253.

Temkin, M. H. (2002). The effects of increased external Ca++ and K+ concentrations on the waveform dynamics of bryozoan spermatozeugmata. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 315-320.

Thorpe, J. P. (2002). Use of radioactive labelled silt to show depletion of food supply by upstream colonies of Flustrellidra hispida (Fabricius). Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 37-40.

Torrens, H. S. W., Judith E. Winston (2002). Eliza Catherine Jelly (28th September 1829 - 3rd November 1914): pioneer female bryozoologist Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 299-325.

Vávra, N. R. (2002). August Emanuel Reuss - portrait of an early bryozoologist. Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 327-338.

Vávra, N. R. (2002). New bryozoan faunas from the Miocene of Burgenland (Austria). Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 321-329.

Wasson, K. (2002). A review of the invertebrate phylum Kamptozoa (Entoprocta) and synopsis of kamptozoan diversity in Australia and New Zealand. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 126(1): 1-20.

Waugh, D. A. and J. M. Erikson (2002). Functional morphologyof the anastomosing frondose growth form reported in Heterotrypa frondosa (d'Orbigny) (Bryozoa: Trepostomata) from the Cincinnatian (Late Ordovician) of Ohio. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 331-338.

Wilson, M. A. and P. D. Taylor (2002). A new classification system for describing marine organisms inhabiting hard substrates (sclerobionts). Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34(6): 34.

Winston, Judith E. (2002). Ernst Gustav Gotthelf Marcus (1893-1968) and Eveline Agnes du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1901-1990). Annals of Bryozoology. P. N. S. J. Wyse Jackson, Mary E. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association: 339-361.

Wood, Timothy S. (2002). Freshwater bryozoans: a zoogeographical reassessment. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 339-345.

Wöss, Emmy R. (2002). The reproductive cycle of Plumatella casmiana (Phylactolaemata: Plumatellidae). Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 347-352.

Wright, P. J. and R. N. Hughes (2002). A comparison of the early astogeny and life history of Celleporella carolinensis and Celleporella hyalina. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 353-357.

Wyse Jackson, P. N. (2001). Permofenestella Morozova, 1974 (Fenestrata, Bryozoa): first record from the Lower Carboniferous of Ireland and western Europe. Irish Naturalists Journal 26(11): 420-423.

Wyse Jackson, P. N. (2002). Author index to the conference volumes (1-12) of the International Bryozoology Association (1968-2002). Bryozoan Studies: Dublin 2001. B. C. J. S. J. M. E. Wyse Jackson P.N. Rotterdam, Balkema.

Wyse Jackson, P. N., C. J. Buttler, M. M. Key, Jr. (2002). Paleoenvironmental interpretation of the Tramore Limestone Formation (Llandeilo, Ordovician) based on bryozoan colony form. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 359-365.

Wyse Jackson, Patrick N., Caroline J. Buttler and Marcus M. Key, Jr. (2001). Case 3160. Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Bryozoa): proposed conservation of the specific names. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 58(3): 215-219.

Wyse Jackson, Patrick N., Caroline J. Buttler and Marcus M. Key, Jr. (2002). Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific names of Dianulites petropolitana Dybowski, 1877 and Diplotrypa petropolitana Nicholson, 1879 (Bryozoa). (2). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 59(1): 42-44.

Wyse Jackson, P. N., C. J. Buttler, M. E. (2002). Bryozoan Studies 2001: Proceedings of the 12th International Bryozoology Association conference. Lisse, Abingdon, Exton (PA), Tokyo, Balkema.

Wyse Jackson, P. N., M. E. Spencer Jones (2002). Annals of Bryozoology: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. Dublin, International Bryozoology Association.

Wyse Jackson, P. N., M. E. Spencer Jones (2002). From Rondelet to Stockholm: four centuries of bryozoological research. Annals of Bryozoology: aspects of the history of research on bryozoans. P. N. Wyse Jackson and M. E. Spencer Jones. Dublin, InternationalBryozoology Association: 363-381.

Xia, Feng-sheng (2002). Fenestrate Bryozoa with avicularia-like structures from the Middle Jurassic of north Tibet and the origin of cheilostome bryozoans. Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica 19(3): 237-255.

Yue, L., S. Kershaw, Chen Xu (2002). Biotic structure and morphology of patch reefs from South China (Ningqiang Formation, Telychian, Llandovery, Silurian). Facies 46: 133-148.

Zágorsek, K. (2002). An Upper Eocene bryozoan fauna from Perwang-1 borehole, Salzburg, Austria. Bryozoan Studies 2001. P. N. Wyse Jackson, Buttler, Caroline J, Spencer Jones, Mary E. Lisse, The Netherlands, Balkema: 367-375.