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Bleeker, J. and Spoel, S. van der, 1988. Diacria piccola and Diacria maculata: two new pteropod mollusc species from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Proc. biol. Soc. Wash. 101(1): 60-66, 11 figs.

Bonnevie, K., 1913 (reprinted 1933). Pteropoda from the Michael Sars North-Atlantic Deep-Sea expedition. Rep. Sci. Res. 'Michael Sars' North Atl. Deep-Sea exp. 3(1): 1-69, 4 tabs, 58 figs, 9 pls.

Dupont, L., 1979. Note on variation in Diacria Gray, 1847, with descriptions of a species new to science, Diacria rampali nov. spec., and a forma new to science, Diacria trispinosa forma atlantica nov. forma. Malacologia 18: 37-52, 3 tabs, 10 figs.

Ganssen, G., Troelstra, S. R., van der Borg, K. and de Jong, A. M. F., 1991. Late Quaternary pteropod preservation in eastern North Atlantic sediments in relation to changing climate. Radiocarbon 33(3): 277-282.

Gray, J. E., 1846. A list of the genera of recent Mollusca, their synonyms and types. Proc. Zool. Soc. London 15: 129-219.

Gray, J. E., 1850. Catalogue of the Mollusca in the collection of the British Museum, 2. Pteropoda. London (British Museum, E. Newman): iv + 45 pp.

Hilgersom, P. and Spoel, S. van der, 1987. East-West variation in Diacria off Northwest Africa. Malac. Rev. 20: 97-104.

McKay, D. W., 1974. Pteropods of Scottish and adjacent waters. J. Conchology 28(3): 179-184.

Mosquera, E. R. and Pedrosa, G. P. G., 1981. Molluscs collected at the Galicia Bank (Spain). Conchiglia 13: 6-7.

Pafort-van Iersel, G. J. S., 1982. Variation in Diacria trispinosa (de Blainville, 1821) and Clio pyramidata Linnaeus, 1767 (Pteropoda, Mollusca) of the Amsterdam Mid North Atlantic Plankton Expedition 1980. Beaufortia 32(6): 97-115, 6 tabs, 8 figs, 1 pl.

Pafort-van Iersel, G. J. S., 1985a. Contributions to pelagic zoogeography of the mid North Atlantic Ocean, 1. Distribution of pteropods, heteropods and silver hatchetfishes. In: G. J. S. Pafort-van Iersel. A contribution to pelagic zoogeography of the mid North Atlantic Ocean (7th paper) (Thesis Univ. van Amsterdam): 1-45, 5 tabs, 4 figs, 27 append.

Quoy, J. R. C. and Gaimard, J., 1832. Voyage de découvertes de l'Astrolabe, exécuté par ordre du roy, pendant les années 1826-1827-1828-1829, sous le commendement de M. J. Dumont d'Urville. Zoologie, 2: 1-686 (1832); atlas (with slightly differing title) mollusques pls 1-93, zoophytes pls 1-26 (without explications) (1833).

Schiemenz, P., 1906. Die Pteropoden der Plankton Expedition. Erg. Plankt. Exp. Humboldt Stift. 2 F.b.: 1-37.

Troelstra, S. R., Ganssen, G. M., Sennama, E. J., Klaver, G. Th., Anderliesten, C., Borg, K. van den and Jong, A. M. F. de, 1987. Late Quaternary stratigraphy and sedimentology of the central North Atlantic: a progress report. Nuclear Instrum. Meth. Physics Res. B29: 317-321.

Spoel, S. van der and Heyman, R. P., 1983. A comparative atlas of zooplankton. Biological patterns in the oceans. Bunge, Utrecht; Springer Verl., Berlin: 1-186.

Spoel, S. van der, 1982b. Intermediates between Diacria trispinosa and D. rampali (Mollusca, Pteropoda). Basteria 46(5/6): 121-123.

Vane, F. R. and Colebrook, J. M., 1962. Continuous plankton records: contributions towards a plankton atlas of the north-eastern Atlantic and the North Sea, 6. The seasonal and annual distribution of the Gastropoda. Bull. Mar. Ecol. 5(50): 247-253, 2 figs, pls 33-40.

Diacria trispinosa atlantica