Our thanks are due to the following for their identifications of host animals: Dr. W. ADAM, Muséum Royal d’Histoire Naturelle, Brussels (cephalopods from Curaçao); Dr. GILBERT L. VOSS, University of Miami Marine Laboratory, Florida (cephalopods from Barbados); Mrs. R. E. TEAGLE, British Museum (Natural History), London (ophiuroids from Curaçao); Dr. ELISABETH DEICHMANN, Museum of Comparative Zoölogy, Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass. (the remaining echinoderms); and Dr. MARIAN H. PETTIBONE, University of New Hampshire, Durham (polychaetes). A.G.H. and R.U.G. wish to express their appreciation to Mr. ROBERT GREENHILL for his assistance during their collecting in Barbados and for obtaining a further sample of octopus in September, 1959; to Dr. IVAN GOODBODY and the staff of the Marine Laboratory, University College of the West Indies, Jamaica, for providing more amphinomid polychaetes in October, 1961; and to the Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History) through Dr. J. P. HARDING for the opportunity to examine material of Pseudanthessius thorelli. Additional collections from Barbados were made by R.U.G. in December, 1961—January, 1962. This work was supported by grants from the Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Research in Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles (WOSUNA), Amsterdam, and from the National Science Foundation of the United States, Washington.

Studies on the Fauna of Curaçao and other Caribbean Islands

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Stock, J.H, Humes, A.G, & Gooding, R. U. (1963). Copepoda associated with West Indian Invertebrates – IV The genera Octopicola, Pseudanthessius and Meomicola (Cyclopoida, Lichomolgidae). Studies on the Fauna of Curaçao and other Caribbean Islands, 18(1), 1–74.