Naylor, E., 1972
British Marine Isopods
A guide to the numerous small free-living and parasitic woodlouse-like creatures to be found in rock pools, amongst sponges, algae and the holdfasts of seaweeds, etc and even in the sand of the littoral zone.
||The Linnean Society of London
||All the British littoral species known at the time. The families Desmosomatidae, Eurycopidae and Monnopsidae are included in the family key but taken no further.
||Under a Stereo Microscope (also useful to examine under a Compound Microscope).
||Dissection sometimes needed. Glycerin is a suitable medium and they may be mounted in glycerin jelly.