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[Annelida] RE: IPC11 proceedings - .ris import file

Wilson, Robin via annelida%40net.bio.net (by rwilson from museum.vic.gov.au)
Tue Dec 23 00:05:21 EST 2014

Thanks to Geoff Read and NIWA, the .ris file for importing the contents of the 11th IPC can now be downloaded from the following ftp site:

"save as" IPC11.ris (or whatever you prefer) and import that file to your preferred bibliographic software.

Best wishes, bye, Robin

-----Original Message-----
From: Wilson, Robin 
Sent: Monday, 22 December 2014 1:18 PM
To: annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu
Subject: IPC11 proceedings - .ris import file

Further to my message below, I attach a .ris file that should import to most bibliographic software.  At least it imports into Endnote X5, I haven't tested on other software.  I suggest you do a backup before import just in case of unforseen errors!  Bye, Robin

-----Original Message-----
From: annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu [mailto:annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of Wilson, Robin
Sent: Monday, 22 December 2014 10:26 AM
To: annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu
Subject: [Annelida] IPC11 proceedings published 

The proceedings of the 11th International Polychaete Conference held in Sydney in August 2013 has now been published as Volume 71 of Memoirs of Museum Victoria.  All content is open access at http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/books-and-journals/journals/memoirs-of-museum-victoria/2010-2019/2014---vol-71/

Conference participants and others who have requested printed copies will receive those when they are distributed early in 2015 (printed copies are no longer typically printed of Memoirs volumes which have been online only and open access for a number of years; an exception has been made for this volume thanks to conference sponsorship by the Australian Biological Resources Study).

I would like to thank scientific editors Pat Hutchings and Chris Glasby, along with the regular editor of the Memoirs, Richard Marchant, and the production editor, Patty Brown for this achievement.  Thanks are also due to the authors for supporting this conference volume with their work, and referees for their timely work which enabled publication to occur on schedule.

When I have time I will generate and distribute a .ris file for the volume for import to bibliographic software.

A copy of the contents pages (but lacking hyperlinks) follows.

Thanks, bye, Robin

Cover and Contents Page
71: 2014
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Museum Victoria
71 : (2014)
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Vertical distribution and migration of planktonic polychaete larvae in Onagawa Bay, north-eastern Japan Hirokazu Abe, Waka Sato-Okoshi, Goh Nishitani and Yoshinari Endo
71 :1-9 (2014)
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Ampharete undecima, a new deep-sea ampharetid (Annelida, Polychaeta) from the Norwegian Sea Tom Alvestad, Jon Anders Kongsrud and Katrine Kongshavn
71 :11-19 (2014)
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Do symbiotic polychaetes migrate from host to host?
Temir A. Britayev and Elena S. Mekhova
71 :21-25 (2014)
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New symbiotic associations involving polynoids (Polychaeta, Polynoidae) from Atlantic waters, with redescriptions of Parahololepidella greeffi (Augener, 1918) and Gorgoniapolynoe caeciliae (Fauvel, 1913) Temir A. Britayev, João Gil, Álvaro Altuna, Marta Calvo and Daniel Martín
71 :27-43 (2014)
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Morphological anomalies in polychaetes: Perinereis species (Polychaeta: Annelida) examples from the Brazilian coast Marina C. L. Coutinho and Cinthya S. G. Santos
71 :45-51 (2014)
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Oogenesis in Phragmatopoma (Polychaeta: Sabellariidae): Evidence for morphological distinction among geographically remote populations Larisse Faroni-Perez & Fernando José Zara
71 :53-65 (2014)
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Character mapping and cladogram comparison versus the requirement of total evidence: does it matter for polychaete systematics?
Kirk Fitzhugh
71 :67-78 (2014)
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A new species of Exogone (Syllidae: Exogoninae) from off the state of São Paulo Marcelo Veronesi Fukuda & João Miguel De Matos Nogueira1
71 :79 -84 (2014)
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A review of the occurrence and ecology of dense populations of Ditrupa arietina (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) John P. Hartley
71 :85 - 95 (2014)
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Polychaete diversity in the estuarine habitats of Términos Lagoon, southern Gulf of Mexico Pablo Hernández-Alcántara, J. Daniel Cortés-Solano, Nadiezhda M. Medina-Cantú, A. Laura Avilés-Díaz and Vivianne Solís-Weiss
71 :97 - 107 (2014)
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Description of a new species of Marphysa Quatrefages, 1865 (Polychaeta: Eunicidae) from the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and comparisons with species from Marphysa Group A from the Indo-West Pacific and Indian Ocean Izwandy Idris, Pat Hutchings and Aziz Arshad
71 :109 - 121 (2014)
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Written in stone: history of serpulid polychaetes through time Alexei P. Ippolitov, Olev Vinn and Elena K. Kupriyanova
71 :123 -159 (2014)
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Polychaete assemblages associated with the invasive green alga Avrainvillea amadelpha and surrounding bare sediment patches in Hawaii Wagner F. Magalhães, Julie H. Bailey-Brock
71 :161 - 168 (2014)
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Incipient speciation within the Namalycastis abiuma (Annelida: Nereididae) species group from southern India revealed by combined morphological and molecular data Mathan Magesh, Sebastian Kvist and Christopher J. Glasby
71 :169 - 176 (2014)
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Morphology, feeding and behaviour of British Magelona (Annelida: Magelonidae), with discussions on the form and function of abdominal lateral pouches Kate Mortimer and Andrew S.Y. Mackie
71 :177 - 201 (2014)
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The identity of juvenile Polynoidae (Annelida) in the Southern Ocean revealed by DNA taxonomy, with notes on the status of Herdmanella gracilis Ehlers sensu Augener Lenka Neal, Helena Wiklund, Alexander I. Muir Katrin Linse and Adrian G. Glover
71 :203 - 216 (2014)
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Original specimens and type localities of early described polychaete species (Annelida) from Norway, with particular attention to species described by O.F. Müller and M. Sars Eivind Oug, Torkild Bakken and Jon Anders Kongsrud
71 :217 - 236 (2014)
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The pros and cons of using micro-computed tomography in gross and microanatomical assessments of polychaetous annelids Gordon L.J. Paterson, Dan Sykes, Sarah Faulwetter, Reece Merk, Farah Ahmed, Lawrence E. Hawkins, John Dinley, Alexander D. Ball and Christos Arvanitidis
71 :237-246 (2014)
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Systematics, evolution and phylogeny of Annelida - a morphological perspective Günter Purschke, Christoph Bleidorn and Torsten Struck
71 :247-269 (2014)
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Molecular phylogenetics of the Neanthes acuminata (Annelida: Nereididae) species complex Donald J. Reish, Frank E. Anderson, Kevin M. Horn and Jörg Hardege
71 :271-278 (2014)
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Fishing bait worm supplies in Japan in relation to their physiological traits Hidetoshi Saito, Koichiro Kawai, Tetsuya Umino and Hiromichi Imabayashi
71 :279-287 (2014)
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Shallow-water polychaete assemblages in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea and its possible use in the evaluation of good environmental state Rafael Sardá, Letzy Serrano, Céline Labrune, João Gil, David March, Jean Michel Amouroux, Sergi Taboada, Paulo Bonifácio and Antoine Grémare
71 :289-301 (2014)
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A new species of Chaetopterus (Annelida, Chaetopteridae) from Hong Kong Yanan Sun and Jian-Wen Qiu
71 :303-309 (2014)
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Chrysopetalidae (Annelida: Phyllodocida) from the Senghor Seamount, north-east Atlantic: taxa with deep-sea affinities and morphological adaptations Charlotte Watson, Adam J. Chivers, Bhavani E. Narayanaswamy, Peter Lamont and Robert Turnewitsch
71 :311-325 (2014)
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A graphically illustrated glossary of polychaete terminology: invasive species of Sabellidae, Serpulidae and Spionidae Eunice Wong, Elena K. Kupriyanova, Pat Hutchings, María Capa, Vasily I. Radashevsky and Harry A. ten Hove
71 :327-342 (2014)
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Bertil Åkesson (1928 - 2013)
Arne Nygren, Thomas Dahlgren, Fredrik Pleijel, Helena Wiklund, Tomas Cedhagen, Christer Erséus and Malte Andersson
71 :343-345 (2014)
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M. Nechama Ben-Eliahu, 4 January 1935 - 23 March 2014. Obituary and some personal reminiscences Ariel D. Chipman and Harry A. ten Hove
71 :347-351 (2014)
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Michel Bhaud (1940 - 2012) obituary
Daniel Martin and Peter J. W. Olive
71 :353-359 (2014)
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Professor R.B. (Bob) Clark (1923 -2013) - polychaete biologist and environmentalist: a pioneer incomparative endocrinology of reproduction, growth and regeneration.
Peter Olive and Patricia A. Hutchings
71 :361-366 (2014)
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Elis Wyn Knight-Jones: pioneering marine biologist and polychaete taxonomist (1916-2012) Andrew S.Y. Mackie, Gay nor Oddy, Philip Knight-Jones, John S. Ryland, Ernest Naylor and Ioanna S.M. Psalti
71 :367-375 (2014)
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Telesphore Gottfried Pillai (1930 - 2013) obituary Alexander I. Muir
71 :377-378 (2014)
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Web site review: Kupriyanova, E.K., Wong, E., & Hutchings, P.A. (eds) 2013. Invasive Polychaete Identifier - an Australian perspective. Version 1.1, 04 Dec 2013. http://polychaetes.australianmuseum.net.au/
Brian Paavo
71 :379-380 (2014)
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Robin Wilson
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