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Thandar, A.S. 2006. New species and new records of dendrochirotid and dactylochirotid holothuroids (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) from off the east coast of South Africa. Zootaxa. 1245: 1–51.
Thandar, A.S. 2007. Additions to the aspidochirotid, molpadid and apodid holothuroids (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) from the east coast of southern Africa, with descriptions of new species. Zootaxa. 1414: 1–62.
Thandar, A.S. 2008. Additions to the holothuroid fauna of the southern African temperate faunistic provinces, with descriptions of new species. Zootaxa 1697: 1-57.
Thandar, A.S. 2009. New species and a new record of sea cucumbers from deep waters of the South African temperate region. Zootaxa: 2013:30-42.
Turner, R. L. 2007. Effects of long-term exposure to low salinity on the brackish-water amphiurid brittlestar Ophiophragmus filograneus (Lyman, 1875) from the Indian River Lagoon System, Florida. Florida Scientist 70 (4): 464-475.
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Webster, G. D., Maples, C. G. and Yazdi, M., 2007. Late Devonian and Mississippian echinoderms from central and northern Iran. Journal of Paleontology, v. 81, no. 5, p. 1105-1118.
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Webster, G. D. Yilmaz, I., and Kozlu, H., 2008. A new Middle Devonian gasterocomid crinoid from central Turkey and revision of the Gasterocomidae. Palaeoworld, v. 17 (1), 12-20.
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Webster, G. D., Tintori, A., and Angiolini, L. 2009. Permian crinoids from the Saiwan and Khuff formations, southeastern Oman. Revista Italiana di Paleontoogia e Stratigrafia, v. 115(1), p. 27-48.
Webster, G. D., Waters, J., Liao, Z.-T., and Maples, C., in press. New Pennsylvanian (Moscovian) crinioids from the Quiagou Formation, Taoshigo Valley, Xinjiang-Ugar Autonomous Region, western China. Palaeoworld, 17, p.
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Webster, G. D., and Becker, R. T., in press, June 2009, Chapter 7. Devonian (Emsian to Frasnian) crinoids of the Dra Valley, eastern Anti-Atlas Mountains, Morocco. In Devonian Change. Geological Society of London, Special Publication 314.
Webster, G. D., and Waters, J., in press, June 2009, Chapter 14. Late Devonian echinoderms from the Hongguleleng Formation of northwestern China. In Devonian Change. Geological Society of London, Special Publication 314.
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