help for literature research

Frank Licher LICHER at cipfb5.biologie.uni-osnabrueck.de
Tue Apr 30 03:41:57 EST 1996


Hallo everyone,
since months I am looking for the following references and it was 
impossible for me to get them, as their references are incomplete.
Can anyone tell me some of the complete citations?

The requested references are:

-  Annenkova, N. P. (1937)
   [The polychaete fauna of the northern part of the Japan Sea.] 
   ?Issledovanija fauny morej, 23: 139-216, 60 figs.
-> "Issledovanija fauny morej" supposedly is wrong. According to our 
   librarist the journal was published first 1962.

-  Bocquet, Martine (1971),
   Contribution a l'etude infrastructurale de l'organe photorecepteur 
   des Syllidae (Annelide Polychete). Pp. 1-25. D. E. A.
-> What is "D.E.A."?

-  Cuenot, L. (1921)
-> Citation is completely lacking.

-  Edmondson, C. H. (1946)
-> Citation is completely lacking.

-  Gruet, Yves (1971)
-> Citation is completely lacking.

-  Hartman, Olga (1958)
-> Citation is completely lacking. Pionosyllis pigmentata has been 
   cited in it.

-  Lucas, J. A. W. (1954)
   Verslag van de onderzoekingen van J. Lucas gederunde zijn verbligf 
   aan het Zoologisch Station te Napels van 16 juli tot 25 augustus 
   1953. - K. Nederl. Akad. Wet. Amsterdam, 63: 6-9.
-> Name of journal (Reports? Memories? ...) is unknown.

-  Pettibone, Marian H. (1956)
-> Citation is completely lacking. The author has written on 
   synonymy of Ehlersia heterochaeta with Ehlersia cornuta.

-  Semenov, V. N. (1982)
-> Citation is completely lacking.

-  Uchida, Hiro'omi (1956)
-> Citation is completely lacking.

-  Vinogradova, Nina G. & Lossovskaja (1968)
-> Citation is completely lacking.

-  Zavodnik, Dusan (1969)
-> Citation is completely lacking.


Thanks for help!
Frank Licher



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