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Dahms, G. Boxshall, and Rony Huys. In some cases, we did not ask for a published reference, instead taking these workers at their word (and also because in some cases the suggestion has not been published). CLASS OSTRACODA This section received extensive input from Dr. Anne Cohen, and our treatment of this group is in many ways based on her impressive knowledge of this taxon. Major references included Morin and Cohen (1991), Martens (1992), Whatley et al. (1993), Hartmann and Guillaume (1996), Martens et al.
Based on these works and because of the gap still remaining in the known tantulocarid life cycle, the possibility that y-larvae (the Facetotecta) might belong to this taxon has at least been considered (M. Grygier, pers. ; see earlier discussion under Facetotecta). SUBCLASS BRANCHIURA To our knowledge, this subclass, containing a single order and family, has not changed since Bowman and Abele (1982) (see also Gruner, 1996). Bill Poly (pers. ) alerted us to the fact that, although the order Arguloida is often credited to Raﬁnesque (1815), Raﬁnesque employed only the term ‘‘Argulia’’ without treating it as a family or order.
Schram, 1984b; Richter and Scholtz, in press). Within the Bathynellacea, we have removed the family Leptobathynellidae, as this was synonymized with the Parabathynellidae by Schminke (1973:56). Schram (1984b) credits both names (Bathynellidae, Bathynellacea) to Chappuis (1915), whereas Lopretto and Morrone (1998) credit the Bathynellidae to Grobben (as did Bowman and Abele, 1982) and the Bathynellacea to Chappuis. We have not been able to locate a paper by Grobben describing bathynellids and so have followed Schram’s (1984b, 1986) lead, crediting both taxa to Chappuis (1915).
An updated classification of the recent crustacea by David Paul Whistler, Xiaoming Wang, Lawrence G Barnes