Additional Reading

Cuffey, R. J. (1977). Bryozoan contributions to reefs and bioherms through geologic time. In 'Reefs and Related Carbonates—Ecology and Sedimentology'. (Eds S. H. Frost, M. P. Weiss and J. B. Saunders.) pp. 181-194. [AAPG Studies in Geology No. 4.] (The American Association of Petroleum Geologists: Tulsa.)

Hageman, S. J.; Bock, P. E.; Bone, Y., and McGowran, B. (1998). Bryozoan growth habits: classification and analysis. Journal of Paleontology 72, 418-436.

Hayward, P. J. (2004). Taxonomic studies on some IndoWest Pacific Phidoloporidae (Bryozoa: Cheilosto-mata). Systematics and Biodiversity 1, 305-326.

Hayward, P. J., and Ryland, J. S. (1995). Bryozoa from Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, 2. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 38, 533-573.

Mather, P., and Bennett, I. (Eds) (1984). 'A Coral Reef Handbook.' 2nd edn. (The Australian Coral Reef Society: Brisbane.)

Ryland, J. S. (1974). Bryozoa in the Great Barrier Reef Province. In 'Proceedings of the Second International Reef Symposium, Vol. 2'. (Eds A. M. Cameron, B. M. Campbell, A. B. Cribb, R. Endean, J. S. Jell, O. A. Jones, P. Mather and F. H. Talbot.) pp. 341-348. (The Great Barrier Reef Committee: Brisbane.)

Ryland, J. S. (1984). Phylum Bryozoa—lace corals and their relatives. In 'A Coral Reef Handbook' 2nd edn. (Eds P. Mather and I. Bennett.) pp. 68-75. (The Australian Coral Reef Society: Brisbane.)

Ryland, J. S., and Hayward, P. J. (1992). Bryozoa from Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 32, 223-301.

Tilbrook, K. J. (2006). Cheilostomatous Bryozoa from the Solomon Islands. In 'Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Monographs 4: Studies in Biodiversity 3'. (Ed. H. W. Chaney.) pp. 1-385. (Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History: California.)

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