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M. L. Botton2009The ecological importance of horseshoe crabs in estuarine and coastal communities: A review and speculative summary
M. L. Botton2001The conservation of horseshoe crabs: What can we learn from the Japanese experience?
M. L. Botton1984The importance of predation by horseshoe crabs, Limulus polyphemus, to an intertidal sand flat community
M. L. Botton, Carmichael, R. H., Shin, P. K. S., Cheung, S. G.2015Emerging Issues in Horseshoe Crab Conservation: A Perspective from the IUCN Species Specialist Group
M. L. Botton, Itow T.2009The effects of water quality on horseshoe crab embryos and larvae
M. L. Botton, Jr, C. N. Shuster, Sekiguchi, K., Sugita, H.1996Amplexus and mating behavior in the Japanese horseshoe crab, Tachypleus tridentatus
M. L. Botton, Loveland R. E.2003Abundance and dispersal potential of horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) larvae in the Delaware estuary
M. L. Botton, Loveland, R. E., Jacobsen, T. R.1994Site selection by migratory shorebirds in Delaware Bay, and its relationship to beach characteristics and abundance of horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) eggs
M. L. Botton, Loveland, R. E., Jacobsen, T. R.1988Beach erosion and geochemical factors: influence on spawning success of horseshoe crabs (Limulus polyphemus) in Delaware Bay
M. G. Hamilton, Esposito, C., Malin, M., Cusumano, L. R., Botton, M. L.2015Effects of copper and cadmium on development and superoxide dismutase levels in horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) embryos
T. Itow, Loveland, R. E., Botton, M. L.1998Developmental abnormalities in horseshoe crab embryos caused by exposure to heavy metals
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