ANATOMY REFERENCES
Schuster, Carl N., Jr., 1982. A pictorial review of the natural history and ecology of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, with reference to other Limulidae. Physiology and Biology of Horseshoe Crabs: Studies on Normal and Environmentally Stressed Animals. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.

Shuster, Carl., Jr., 2000. An Introduction to Horseshoe Crabs and Biodiversity. NJT$B Mad About Biodiversity Spring Conference at Reed’s Beach, New Jersey, May 6, 2000.

Walls, E.A., Berkson J., and S.A, Smith. 2002. The Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus: 200 Million Years of Existence, 100 Years of Study. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 10(1): 39-73.

Dunlap, Julie. 1999. Extraordinary Horseshoe Crabs. Carolrhoda Books, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota.

LIFE HISTORY REFERENCES
Sekiguchi, Koichi (ed.) 1998. Biology of the Horseshoe Crabs. Science House Co., Ltd., Tokyo.

Schuster, Carl N., Jr., 1982. A pictorial review of the natural history and ecology of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, with reference to other Limulidae. Physiology and Biology of Horseshoe Crabs: Studies on Normal and Environmentally Stressed Animals. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.

Loveland, R.E., Botton, M.L. and C.N. Shuster. Life. 1996. Life history of the American horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus L.) in Delaware Bay and its importance as a commercial resource. pp. 15-22. Proceedings of the horseshoe crab forum: status of the resource. (Farrell, J. and C. Martin, Eds.), Lewes, Delaware: University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program.

Lockwood, S. 1870. The Horse Food Crab. The American Naturalist. Vol. 4. No. 5: 257-273.

MEDICAL USES REFERENCES
Novitsky, T.J. 1984. Discovery to commercialization: the blood of the horseshoe crab. Oceanus, 27: 13-18.

Bonen, M. R. 2002. Horseshoe Crabs, Biomedical Uses and Importance to Public Health. Green Eggs & Sand Workshop. Smyrna, Delaware (Powerpoint Presentation).

Schuster, Carl N., Jr., 1982. A pictorial review of the natural history and ecology of the horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus, with reference to other Limulidae. Physiology and Biology of Horseshoe Crabs: Studies on Normal and Environmentally Stressed Animals. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.

FISHERIES REFERENCES
Berkson, Jim and Carl N. Shuster, Jr. 1999. The Horseshoe Crab: The battle for a true Multiple-use Resource. Fisheries Management. 24 (11): 6-10.

Loveland, R.E., Botton, M.L. and C.N. Shuster. Life. 1996. Life history of the American horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus L.) in Delaware Bay and its importance as a commercial resource. pp. 15-22. Proceedings of the horseshoe crab forum: status of the resource. (Farrell, J. and C. Martin, Eds.), Lewes, Delaware: University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program.

O’Connell, Thomas, J. 1996. Summary of Maryland’s Horseshoe Crab Fishery, Management, and Research. Proceedings of the horseshoe crab forum: status of the resource. (Farrell, J. and C. Martin, Eds.), Lewes, Delaware: University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program.

USC Title 16, Chapter 30, Section 1802. (Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation & Management Act)

Walls, E.A., Berkson J., and S.A, Smith. 2002. The Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus: 200 Million Years of Existence, 100 Years of Study. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 10(1): 39-73.

CONSERVATION REFERENCES
Berkson, Jim and Carl N. Shuster, Jr. 1999. The Horseshoe Crab: The battle for a true Multiple-use Resource. Fisheries Management. 24 (11): 6-10.

Michels, S., Perra, P., Schrading, E., and C. Selberg. 2002. 2001 Review of the Fishery Management Plan for Horseshoe Crab (Limulus polyphemus). ASMFC.

O’Connell, Thomas, J. 1996. Summary of Maryland’s Horseshoe Crab Fishery, Management, and Research. Proceedings of the horseshoe crab forum: status of the resource. (Farrell, J. and C. Martin, Eds.), Lewes, Delaware: University of Delaware Sea Grant College Program.

O’Connell, Thomas, J. 2001. Powerpoint presentation – “Horseshoe Crab Management”.

Shuster, Carl N., Jr., 2000. An Introduction to Horseshoe Crabs and Biodiversity. NJT$B Mad About Biodiversity Spring Conference at Reed’s Beach, New Jersey, May 6, 2000.

Walls, E.A., Berkson J., and S.A, Smith. 2002. The Horseshoe Crab, Limulus polyphemus: 200 Million Years of Existence, 100 Years of Study. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 10(1): 39-73.