Marenzelleria issue - Aquatic Ecology

Geoff Read gread at
Wed Jan 13 20:28:27 EST 1999

Dear Marenzelleria enthusiasts,

The "Aquatic Ecology" issue, dated 1997, Volume 31, Issue 2, with wall-to-
wall Marenzelleria papers is online at:

These are PDF files for which you need the free Adobe Acrobat reader, and 
are from 100Kb to 900Kb in size. This offering by Kluwer is their free online 
sample issue of the journal. If your library doesn't receive this journal I would 
advise prompt downloading before it goes away. It also might be handy to have 
electronic copy available for cut&paste of references, figures, etc for 
legitimate academic usages.

Where did Marenzelleria spp. (Polychaeta: Spionidae) in Europe 
come from? Ralf Bastrop, Matthias Röhner, Christian Sturmbauer, 
Karl Jürss. pp. 119-136  

On the identity and distribution of two species of Marenzelleria 
(Polychaeta, Spionidae) in Europe and North America. Andreas 
Bick, Michael L. Zettler pp. 137-148  

Feeding biology of the pelagic larvae of Marenzelleria cf. viridis 
(Polychaeta: Spionidae) from the Baltic Sea. Roger Burckhardt, 
Rhena Schumann, Ralf Bochert pp. 149-162  

Marenzelleria viridis (Polychaeta: Spionidae): a review of its 
reproduction. Ralf Bochert pp. 163-175  

Population dynamics, growth and production of the neozoon 
Marenzelleria cf. viridis (Verrill, 1873) (Polychaeta: Spionidae) in a 
coastal water of the southern Baltic Sea. Michael L. Zettler pp. 177-

Factors controlling the distribution of Marenzelleria cf. viridis, 
Pygospio elegans and Streblospio shrubsoli (Polychaeta: 
Spionidae) in the southern Baltic Sea, with special attention for the 
response to an event of hypoxia. Jan Kube, Martin Powilleit pp. 187-

Marenzelleria cf. viridis (Polychaeta: Spionidae) – ecophysiological 
adaptations to a life in the coastal waters of the Baltic Sea. Doris 
Schiedek pp. 199-210  

Marenzelleria cf. wireni (Polychaeta: Spionidae) from the Tay 
estuary. Metabolic response to severe hypoxia and hydrogen 
sulphide. D. Schiedek, C. Vogan, J. Hardege, M. Bentley pp. 211-

Marenzelleria cf. viridis and the sulphide regime. Anke Bochert, 
Doreen Richard, Ralf Bochert pp. 223-231  

Bibliography on the genus Marenzelleria and its geographical 
distribution, principal topics and nomenclature. Michael L. Zettler pp. 

  Geoff Read < at>

   Discuss  =  <annelida at> = talk to all members
   Server =  <biosci-server at> = un/subscribes
   Archives  =
   Resources =

More information about the Annelida mailing list