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Irene McCulloch Foundation Monographs

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Number 1. 
Soule, Dorothy F., John D. Soule and Henry W. Chaney. The Genus Thalamoporella worldwide (Bryozoa, Anasca) Morphology, evolution and speciation. 93p. 1992

Number 2. 
Soule, Dorothy F., John D. Soule and Henry W. Chaney. Taxonomic Atlas of the Benthic Fauna of the Santa Maria Basin and Western Santa Barbara Channel. The Bryozoa. 344p. 1995

Number 3. 
Soule, Dorothy F., John D. Soule and Henry W. Chaney. Two new tropical Pacific species of Cribralaria (Bryozoa: Cribrilinidae) and a review of known species. 24p. 1998

Number 4.
Soule, Dorthy F., John D. Soule and Henry W. Chaney.
New Species of Thalmoporella (Bryozoa) with Acute or Subacute Avicularium Mandibles and Review of Known Species Worldwide. 57p. 1999

Number 5.
Soule, Dorothy F and John D. Soule.
The Eastern Pacific Parasmittina trispinosa Complex (Bryozoa, Cheilostomatida): new and previously described species. 40p. 2002
Number 6.
Soule, Dorothy F., John D. Soule and Penny A. Morris.
New taxa of Microporellidae from the Northeastern Pacific Ocean. 38p. 2003
Number 6A.
Soule, Dorothy F., Henry W. Chaney, and Penny A. Morris. Additional new species of Microporelloides from Southern California and American Samoa. 14p. 2004
Number 7.
Guha, Asit K. and K. Gopi Krishna.
Fossil Thalamoporella (Bryozoa) from the tertiary sequences of western Kachchi, Gujarat, India. 51p. 2004

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