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A bibliography of the aquatic biota in
bromeliad phytotelmata

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Rachou, R.G. 1950. Observações sôbre o ciclo evolutivo dos anofelinos subgênero Kerteszia em laboratório: Fase de ovo. Revista Brasileira de Malariologia 2: 111-118.

Rachou, R. 1952. Sôbre o combate aos anofelineos do sub-gênero Kerteszia no sul do Brasil. Revista Brasileira de Malariologia 4: 245-254.

Rachou, R.G., Ferreira, Neto, J.A., Martins, C.M. 1949. Alguns dados relativos à densidade de anofelinos do sub-gênero Kerteszia em duas matas de Brusque (Santa Catarina). Revista Brasileira de Malariologia 1: 113-127.

Rachou, R.G., Ferreira, M.O. 1947. Do encontro acidental de larvas de Kerteszias em coleções aquáticas terrestres e do encontro esporádico de anofelinos outros que não Kerteszias em bromeliáceas. Revista Brasileira de Malariologia e Doenças Tropicais 18: 687-689.

Rachou, R.G., Ferreira, M.O. 1967. Algumas observações sobre o indice larvário de anofelinos do sub-gênero Kerteszia em bromeliáceas e sua densidade larvaria no sul do Brasil. Folha Médica 27: 153-155.

Rachou, R.G., Ferreira, M.O. and Ferraz, D.M. 1949. Da distribuição vertical dos criadouros dos anofelinos do sub-gênero Kerteszia, em condições experimentais. Revista Brasileira de Malariologia 1: 34-38.

Rachou, R.G., Ricciardi, I., Luz, E. 1949. Dispersão ativa e passiva dos anofelinos do sub-gênero Kerteszia no litoral paranaense. Revista Brasileira de Malariologia 1: 211-220.

Rathbun, M.J. 1918. The grapsoid crabs of America. United States National Museum Bulletin 97: i-xxii, 1-461, pl. 1-161.

Read, R.W. 1969. Crabs in bromeliads on the high mountains of Jamaica. Bromeliad Society Bulletin 19: 78-79.

Reid, J.W. 1986. Some usually overlooked cryptic copepod habitats. p. 594-598 in Schriever, G., Schminke, H.K., Shih, C.-T. (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda. Ottawa: Syllogeus No. 58, National Museums of Canada, National Museum of Natural Sciences.

Reid, J.W. 1990. Canthocamptus (Elaphoidella) striblingi, new species (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) from Costa Rica. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 103: 336-340.

Reid, J.W. 1993. Fimbricyclops jimhensoni new genus, new species (Copepoda: Cyclopoida: Cyclopidae) from bromeliads in Puerto Rico. Journal of Crustacean Biology 13: 383-392.

Reid, J.W., Hribar, L.J. 2006. Records of some Copepoda (Crustacea) from the Florida Keys. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 155: 1-7.

Reid, J.W., Janetzky, W. 1996. Colonization of Jamaican bromeliads by Tropocyclops jamaicensis n. sp. (Crustacea: Copepoda: Cyclopoida). Invertebrate Biology 115: 305-320.

Reitz, R. 1953. Elpidium bromeliarum, a crustacean living in bromeliads. Bromeliad Society Bulletin 6(4): 61-62.

Reitz, R. 1983. Bromeliáceas e a malária-bromélia endêmica. Flora Ilustrada Catarinense 1: 1-559, pl. 1-118.

Resende, C.M. 1989. Biologia de coleópteros de bromélias. 6° Relatório, Instituto de Biociências, Departamento de Zoologia, Universidade de São Paulo.

Resende, C.M., Vanin, S.A. 1991. Aglymbus bimaculatus, sp. n., a new bromeliadicolous beetle from the Atlantic forest (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). Aquatic Insects 13: 123-128.

Richardson, B.A. 1999. The bromeliad microcosm and the assessment of faunal diversity in a Neotropical forest. Biotropica 31: 321-336.

Richardson, B.A., Richardson, M.J. 2014. Bromeliad invertebrate communities on Saba, Netherlands Antilles. Caribbean Naturalist 14: 1-12.

Richardson, B.A., Richardson, M.J., Scatena, F.N., McDowell, W.H. 2000a. Effects of nutrient availability and other elevational changes on bromeliad populations and their invertebrate communities in a humid tropical forest in Puerto Rico. Journal of Tropical Ecology 16: 167-188.

Richardson, B.A., Rogers, C., Richardson, M.J. 2000. Nutrients, diversity, and community structure of two phytotelm systems in a lower montane forest, Puerto Rico. Ecological Entomology 25:348-356.

Righi, G. 1972. Contribuição ao conhecimento dos Oligochaeta brasileiros. Papeis Avulsos de Zoologia, São Paulo 25: 149-166.

Ritchie, S.A., Broadsmith, G. 1997. Efficacy of altosid® pellets and granules against Aedes aegypti in ornamental bromeliads. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 13: 201-202.

Rivero, J.A. 1984. Bromeliad frogs of Puerto Rico. Journal of the Bromeliad Society 34: 64-67.

Rivero, J.A. 1989. Two beautiful bromeliad frogs from the Andes of Venezuela. Journal of the Bromeliad Society 39: 26-27.

Roback, S.S. 1987. The larval stage of Monopelopia tillandsia Beck and Beck (Diptera Chironomidae Tanypodinae). Notulae Naturae of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 467: 1-3.

Robaina, R.R., Souza, R.M., Gomes, V.M. , Cardoso, D.O., Almeida, A.M. 2015. Nematode trophic structure in phytotelmata of Canistropsis billbergioides and Nidularium procerum (Bromeliaceae) in the Atlantic Forest - variability in relation to climate variables and plant architecture. Nematoda 2(1): http://www.nematoda.org/files/v2n1/nematodaAO162015.pdf

Robins, R.J., Gibson, C.W.D., Kirby, K.J., Bunt, S.M. 1974. Oxford expedition to the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia, S.A., July-September 1973. Oxford University Exploration Club Bulletin 22: iv, 17-94.

Robinson, D.C. 1961. The identity of the tadpole of Anotheca coronata (Stejneger). Copeia (1961): 495.

Robinson, D.C. 1977. Herpetofauna bromelícola Costarricense y renacuajos de Hyla picadoi Dunn. p. 31-42 in Gómez, L.D. (ed.) Historia Natural de Costa Rica. Museo Nacional de Costa Rica; San José.

Rocha, C.F.D., Cogliatti-Carvalho, L., Almeida, D.R., Freitas, A.F.N. 1997. Bromélias: ampliadoras da biodiversidade. Bromélia 4: 7-10.

Rocha, C.F.D., Cogliatti-Carvalho, L., Almeida, D.R., Freitas, A.F.N. 2000. Bromeliads: biodiversity amplifiers. Journal of the Bromeliad Society 50: 81-83.

Rocha, C.D.F., Bjornberg, M.H.G.C. 1987. Copepods of the Jureia ecological reserve, State of São Paulo, Brazil. II. The genera Hesperocyclops, Muscocyclops, and Bryocyclops (Copepoida, Cyclopidae). Hydrobiologia 153: 97-107.

Ross, H.H. 1964. The colonization of temperate North America by mosquitoes and man. Mosquito News 24: 103-118.

Rosso de Ferradás, B., Fernández, H.R. 2001. Arrenurus Dugès (Acari: Prostigmata: Parasitengona) fitotélmicos de Venezuela. Entomotropica 16: 53-60.

Rotheray, G. E., Hancock, E.G., Marcos-García, M.A. 2007. Neotropical Copestylum (Diptera, Syrphidae) breeding in bromeliads (Bromeliaceae) including 22 new species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 150: 267-317.

Rozeboom, L.E., Komp, W.H.W. 1950. A new Microculex, elongatus, from Colombia, with notes on the subgenus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 52: 147-157.

Rozeboom, L.E., Laird, R.L. 1942. Anopheles (Kerteszia) bellator Dyar and Knab as a vector of malaria in Trinidad, British West Indies. American Journal of Tropical Medicine 22: 83-91.

Rung, A., Mathis, W.N. 2011. Revsion of the genus Aulacigaster Macquart (Diptera: Aulacigastridae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 633: i-xii, 1-132.

Ruthven, A.G. 1915. The breeding habits of Hylodes cruentus Peters. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan 1: 1-6.

Santos, N.D. dos 1962. Fauna do Estado de Guanabara. L. Descrição de Leptagrion perlongum Calvert, 1909, fêmea, e notas sobre outras espécies do gênero. Boletim do Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Zoologia 256: 1-4.

Santos, N.D. dos 1966. Contribuição ao conhecimento da fauna do estado da Guanabara. 56 - Notas sobre coenagriídeos (Odonata) que se criam em bromélias. Atas da Sociedade de Biologia de Rio de Janeiro 10: 83-85.

Santos, N.D. dos 1968a. Descrição de Leptagrion dardanoi sp. n. (Odonata, Coenagrionidae). Atas da Sociedade de Biologia de Rio de Janeiro 12: 63-65.

Santos, N.D. dos 1968b. Descrição de Leptagrion siqueirai sp. n. (Odonata, Coenagrionidae). Atas da Sociedade de Biologia de Rio de Janeiro 12: 137-139.

Santos, N.D. dos 1978. Descrição de Leptagrion vrieseanum sp. n., cenagrionídeo bromelícola (Odonata: Coenagrionidae). Boletim do Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Zoologia 292: 1-6.

Santos, N.D. dos 1979. Descrição de Leptagrion bocainense Santos, 1978 cenagrionídeo bromelícola (Odonata: Coenagrionidae). Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil 8: 167-173.

Santos, R.L., Almeida, M.G. 1998. Presence of Sesarma angustipes Dana, 1852 (Crustacea, Grapsidae, Sesarminae) in Hohenbergia sp. in Ponta do Cotovelo (Parnamirim, RN). Bromélia 5: 67-73.

Santos, R.L., Almeida, M.G., Nunes, J.V. 2002. Notes on the association of Pachistopelma rufonigrum Pocock, 1901 (Theraphosidae) with phytotelm bromeliads in eastern Rio Grande do Norte state, NE-Brazil. Journal of the Bromeliad Society 52: 122-124.

Satchell, G.H. 1955. Two new subgenera of Psychodidae (Diptera) from Jamaica, with description of five new species. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (ser. 12) 8: 85-93

Sattler, C., Sattler, W. 1965. Decapode Krebse als Bewohner von Bromelien-"Zisternen". Natur und Museum 95: 411-415.

Saunders, L.G. 1925. On the life history, morphology and systematic position in Apelma Kieff., and Thyridomyia n.g. (Dipt. Nemat. Ceratopogoninae). Parasitology 17: 252-277.

Saunders, L.G. 1956. Revision of the genus Forcipomyia based on characters of all stages (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 34: 657-705.

Saunders, L.G. 1959. Methods for studying Forcipomyia midges, with special reference to cacao-pollinating species (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 37: 33-51.

Savage, J.M. 1965. A new bromeliad frog of the genus Eleutherodactylus from Costa Rica. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 64: 106-116.

Schaper, S. 1999. Evaluation of Costa Rican copepods (Crustacea: Eudecapoda) for larval Aedes aegypti control with special reference to Mesocyclops thermocyclopoides. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 15: 510-59.

Schmidt, K.P. 1933. New reptiles and amphibians from Honduras. Field Museum of Natural History Zoological Series 20: 15-22.

Schubart, C.D., Diesel, R. 1999. Osmoregulation and the transition from marine to freshwater and terrestrial life: a comparative study of Jamaican crabs of the genus Sesarma. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 145: 331-347.

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Scott, H. 1912. A contribution to the knowledge of the fauna of Bromeliaceae. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8)10: 424-438, pl. 10.

Scott, H. 1914. The fauna of "reservoir plants". Zoologist (4)18: 183-195.

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Seabrook, E.L., Duffey, T.E. 1946. The occurrence of Megarhinus rutilus Coq. in S.E. Florida. Mosquito News 6: 193-194.

Seidel, B. 1989. Phoresis of Cyclocypris ovum (Jurine) (Ostracoda, Podocopida, Cyprididae) on Bombina variegata (L.) (Anura, Amphibia) and Triturus vulgaris (Urodela, Amphibia). Crustaceana 57: 171-176.

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Smart, J. 1938. Note on the insect fauna of the bromeliad Brocchinia micrantha (Baker) Mez of British Guiana. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 74: 198-200.

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Smith, H.M. 1941. Snakes, frogs and bromelias. Chicago Naturalist 4(3): 35-43.

Smith, L.B. 1953. Bromeliad malaria. Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution (1952): 385-398.

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