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Mildred Helena Campbell (1907-2004), Early Copepodologist from British Columbia

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1. Anon 1926 Totem [Yearbook] University of British Columbia Vancouver
2. Anon 1927 Totem [Yearbook] University of British Columbia Vancouver
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14. Wilson C. B. 1932 "The copepods of the Woods Hole region Massachusetts" United States National Museum Bulletin Vol 158 1 635

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