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In Memoriam: Professor Walter James Harman, PhD (1928–2002)

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  1. Landry, G. P. 2002Dr. Walter Harman (1928–2002)The Cycad Newsletter2511Google Scholar

Publications of Walter J. Harman (listed chronologically)

  1. Harman, W. J. 1952A taxonomic survey of the earthworms of Lincoln Parish, LouisianaProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences151923Google Scholar
  2. Harman, W. J. 1954Some earthworms from southern OklahomaProceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science355155[This paper was most likely published in 1955; the proceedings are for the year 1954, and printed information in this volume stated that papers were received in late December, 1954, for publication.]Google Scholar
  3. Harman, W. J. 1955Earthworms of commercial importance and their effect on distributionProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences185457Google Scholar
  4. Harman, W. J. 1956Isolation of earthworm setae by use of histophagous protozoaTransactions of the American Microscopical Society75332333Google Scholar
  5. Harman, W. J. 1960Studies on the taxonomy and musculature of the earthworms of central illinois. PhD. thesisUniversity of IllinoisUrbanaV + 107 Google Scholar
  6. Harman, W. J. 1961a[1960]. A double-tailed earthwormProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences237576[‘1961’ is clearly stated as the year of publication on front cover of this volume, even though ‘1960’ is printed as the publication date at the top of the first page of this paper.]Google Scholar
  7. Harman, W. J. 1961bPlain facts about earthwormsOrganic Gardening82327Google Scholar
  8. Harman, W. J. 1961cSetaGray, P eds. The encyclopedia of the biological sciencesReinhold Publishing CorporationNew York915Google Scholar
  9. Harman, W. J., Platt, J. H. 1961Notes on some aquatic oligochaetes from LouisianaProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences249095Google Scholar
  10. Harman, W. J. 1962A fresh water nemertine from LouisianaProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences253234Google Scholar
  11. Dundee, D. S., Harman, W. J. 1963 Corbicula fluminea (Müller) in LouisianaNautilus7730Google Scholar
  12. AIBS Subcommittee on Facilities and Standards [members Johnson, W., Balamuth, W., Bell, C. R., Harman, W., McDallan, S. E. A. and Schneiderman, H.], 1963. Standards for staff and facilities in departments of biological science. AIBS Bulletin 13(6): 14–19Google Scholar
  13. Roberts, J. H., Boudreaux, H. B., Harman, W. J. 1963Laboratory manual for general zoology. Part two: The invertebratesWm. C. Brown Book CoDubuque, IA, USA[out of print]Google Scholar
  14. Harman, W. J. 1964Zoogeography of freshwater Oligochaeta [abstract]American Zoologist4437Google Scholar
  15. Harman, W. J. 1965aA key to the genus Slavina (Oligochaeta: Naididae) with description of a new species from Costa RicaAnnals & Magazine of Natural History, Series13–8565568Google Scholar
  16. Harman, W. J. 1965bA new species of the genus Pristina (Oligochaeta: Naididae) from LouisianaProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences282831Google Scholar
  17. Harman, W. J. 1965cLife history studies of the earthworm Sparganophilus eiseni in LouisianaThe Southwestern Naturalist102224Google Scholar
  18. Roberts, J. H., Boudreaux, H. B., Harman, W. J., Causey, N. B. 1965Laboratory Manual for General Zoology. Directions for use in a two-semester course in introductory zoology. Second edition. Part 2: Second Semester – The InvertebratesWm. C. Brown Book CoDubuque, IA USAvi + 79[out of print].Google Scholar
  19. Harman, W. J. 1966Some aquatic oligochaetes from MississippiAmerican Midland Naturalist76239242CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Harman, W. J. 1970Revision of the family Opistocystidae (Oligochaeta)Transactions of the American Microscopical Society88472478 [Per comment from editor in the successive volume of this journal (Vol. 89, p. 347), the correct year of publication of this issue is 1970, not `1969' – a misprint on the fourth issue of Vol. 88].Google Scholar
  21. Harman, W. J. 1971A review of the subgenus Allodero (Oligochaeta: Naididae: Dero) with a description of D. (A.) floridana n. sp. from Bufo terrestris Transactions of the American Microscopical Society90225228Google Scholar
  22. Harman, W. J. 1973a Dero (Allodero) hylae (Oligochaeta: Naididae) in Louisiana anuransProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences367176Google Scholar
  23. Harman, W. J. 1973bNew species of Oligochaeta (Naididae) with additional distributional records from Oklahoma and TexasThe Southwestern Naturalist18151164Google Scholar
  24. Harman, W. J. 1974The Naididae (Oligochaeta) of SurinamZoologische Verhandelingen Uitgegeven Door Het Rijksmuseum Van Natuurlijke Historie Te Leiden133136Google Scholar
  25. Harman, W. J. 1975A new species of Stephensoniana (Oligochaeta: Naididae) from North AmericaProceedings of the Biological Society of Washington8814Google Scholar
  26. Harman, W. J., Harrel, R. C. 1975 Haemonais waldvogeli (Naididae: Oligochaeta) now established in North AmericaTexas Journal of Science26621623Google Scholar
  27. Harman, W. J., Lawler, A. R. 1975 Dero (Allodero) hylae, an oligochaete symbiont in hylid frogs in MississippiTransactions of the American Microscopical Society943842Google Scholar
  28. Harman, W. J., McMahan, M. L. 1975aA reevaluation of Pristina longiseta (Oligochaeta: Naididae) in North AmericaProceedings of the Biological Society of Washington88167178Google Scholar
  29. Harman, W. J., McMahan, M. L. 1975bScanning electron microscopy as a tool in the study of oligochaetes. [abstract of paper presented at meeting of the Louisiana and Texas Societies for Electron Microscopy, 22–25 February 1975 in New Orleans, Louisiana]Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine33350Google Scholar
  30. Harman, W. J. 1976An oligochaete that belongs to two genera. [abstract of contributed paper presented at the 91st annual meeting of the American Microscopical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, 10–14 November 1975]Transactions of the American Microscopical Society95274Google Scholar
  31. Harman, W. J. 1977Three new species of Oligochaeta (Naididae) from the southeastern U.SProceedings of the Biological Society of Washington90483490Google Scholar
  32. Harman, W. J., Loden, M. S. 1978aA re-evaluation of the Opistocystidae (Oligochaeta) with descriptions of two new generaProceedings of the Biological Society of Washington91453462Google Scholar
  33. Harman, W. J., Loden, M. S. 1978b Bratislavia unidentata (Oligochaeta: Naididae), a re-descriptionThe Southwestern Naturalist23541544Google Scholar
  34. Harman, W. J., Loden, M. S. 1979A rediscovery of Bratislavia bilongata (Chen, 1944) (Oligochaeta: Naididae) in FloridaTransactions of the American Microscopical Society98581583Google Scholar
  35. Harman, W. J., Loden, M. S., Davis, J. R. 1979Aquatic Oligochaeta new to North America with some further records of species from TexasThe Southwestern Naturalist24509525Google Scholar
  36. Harman, W. J., 1980. Specific and generic criteria in freshwater Oligochaeta, with special emphasis on the Naididae. Pages 1–8, In: Brinkhurst, R. O. & D. G. Cook (eds), Aquatic oligochaete biology. Plenum Press, New York. ix + 529 pp. [Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, 1–4 May 1979].Google Scholar
  37. Loden, M. S. & W. J. Harman, 1980. Ecophenotypic variation in setae of Naididae (Oligochaeta). Pages 33–39, In: Brinkhurst, R. O. & D. G. Cook (eds), Aquatic Oligochaete Biology. Plenum Press, New York. ix + 529 pp. [Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, British Columbia, Canada, 1–4 May 1979].Google Scholar
  38. Harman, W. J. 1982aOligochaetaHurlbert, S. H.Villalobos-Figueroa, A. eds. Aquatic Biota of Mexico, Central America and the West IndiesSDSU Foundation, San Diego State University PressSan Diego, California, USA 92182162165Google Scholar
  39. Harman, W. J. 1982bThe aquatic Oligochaeta (Aeolosomatidae, Opistocystidae, Naididae) of Central AmericaThe Southwestern Naturalist27287298Google Scholar
  40. Loden, M. S., Harman, W. J. 1982 Dero (Aulophorus) intermedia Nomen Novum for Aulophorus pectinatus Stephenson, 1931 (Oligochaeta: Naididae)Freshwater Invertebrate Biology15354CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  41. Harman, W. J. 1984aAn analysis of the inorganic composition of the setae of Eisenia foetida (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae)Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences471922Google Scholar
  42. Harman, W. J. 1984bSegment numbers in the earthworm, Bimastos zeteki (Oligochaeta: Lumbricidae), as a function of ageProceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences473441Google Scholar
  43. Harman, W. J., Loden, M. S. 1984 Capilloventer atlanticus gen. et sp.n., a member of a new family of marine Oligochaeta from BrazilHydrobiologia1155154CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  44. Harman, W. J., Brinkhurst, R. O., Marchese, M. 1988A contribution to the taxonomy of the aquatic Oligochaeta (Naididae) of South AmericaCanadian Journal of Zoology6622332242CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Illinois Natural History Survey Center for BiodiversityChampaign, IllinoisUSA

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