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John Cooper: Complete Publications

Complete Publications List:

Allen, A. W., and J. E. Cooper. 1979. Cyprinodon diabolis Wales. P. 494 in D. S. Lee, C. R. Gilbert, C. H. Hocutt, R. E. Jenkins, et al. (eds.). Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes. North Carolina Biological Survey Publication 1980–12. 

Cooper, J. E. 1948. Maryland frogs and toads. Maryland Nature Leaflet No. 4. Maryland Naturalist

Cooper, J. E. 1949. Additional records for Clemmys muhlenbergii from Maryland. Herpetologica 5:75–76.

Cooper, J. E. 1950. Maryland moles and shrews. Maryland Naturalist 20(3):

Cooper, J. E. 1950. Maryland tree frogs. Maryland Nature Leaflet No. 11. Maryland Naturalist

Cooper, J. E. 1950. The scarlet snake (Cemophora coccinea) in Maryland. Maryland Naturalist 20(4):67–69. Reprinted 1966. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 2(2):10–13.

Cooper, J. E. 1953. An abnormally colored mole from Maryland. Maryland Naturalist 23 (1 & 2):78–79.

Cooper, J. E. 1953. Notes on the amphibians and reptiles of southern Maryland. Maryland Naturalist 23(3 & 4):90–100. Reprinted 19  . Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society

Cooper, J. E. 1956. Aquatic hibernation of the red–backed salamander. Herpetologica 12: 165–166.

Cooper, J. E. 1956. A Maryland hibernation site for herptiles. Herpetologica 12:238.

Cooper, J. E. 1956. An annotated list of the amphibians and reptiles of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Maryland Naturalist 26(1–4):16–23.

Cooper, J. E. 1957. An unusual water snake from Maryland. Herpetologica 13(1):28.

Cooper, J. E. 1957. Book review. K. P. Schmidt and R. F. Inger. 1956. Living Reptiles of the World. Baltimore Sunday Sun, October 13, 1957.

Cooper, J. E. 1958. Ecological notes on some Cuban lizards. Herpetologica 14:53–54.

Cooper, J.E.  1958. Some albino reptiles and polydactylous frogs. Herpetologica 14:54–56.

Cooper, J. E. 1958. The snake Haldea valeriae pulchra in Maryland. Herpetologica 14:121–122.

Cooper, J. E. 1958. Ascent to Cueva del Aura. Maryland Naturalist 28(1–4):2–16.

Cooper, J. E. 1959. The turtle Pseudemys scripta feral in Maryland. Herpetologica 15:44.

Cooper, J. E. 1959. Notes on a specimen of the least shrew. Maryland Naturalist 29(1–4):21–22.

Cooper, J. E. 1959. A record length northern red–bellied snake from Maryland. Maryland Naturalist 29(1–4):22

 Cooper, J. E. 1959. Book review.  E. O. Shebbeare. 1959. Soondar Mooni. Maryland Naturalist 29(1–4):24.

Cooper, J. E. 1960. Another rainbow snake, Abastor erythrogrammus, from Maryland. Chesapeake Science 1(3–4):203–204. Reprinted 1967. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 3(3):72–73.

Cooper, J. E. 1960. Distributional Survey V: Maryland and the District of Columbia. Amphibians and reptiles. Bulletin of the Philadelphia Herpetological Society, May–June:18–24.

Cooper, J. E. 1960. Collective notes on cave–associated vertebrates. Baltimore Grotto News 3:152–158. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1962(2):110–115.

Cooper, J. E. 1960. Honackers Cave (Mercer County, West Virginia). Baltimore Grotto News 3:139–140. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1962(1):78–79.

Cooper, J. E. 1961. The distribution of the mole snake in Maryland. Herpetologica 17(2):

Cooper, J. E. 1961. Further notes on non–indigenous turtles in Maryland. Herpetologica 17 (3):209–210.

Cooper, J. E. 1961. Some accumulated biospeleological data. Baltimore Grotto News 4(5):87–91.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Cave records for the salamander Plethodon r. richmondi Pope [sic], with notes on additional cave–associated species. Herpetologica 17(4):250–255.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Book Review: R. Mertens. 1960. The World of Amphibians and Reptiles. Chesapeake Science 3(1):53.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Stereochilus marginatus in southeastern South Carolina. Copeia 1962(1):212.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Cave–associated salamanders of Virginia and West Virginia. Baltimore Grotto News 5(2):43–45. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1964(2):4–7.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Wehrle’s salamander, Plethodon w. wehrlei, from a Highland County, Virginia, cave. Baltimore Grotto News 5:53. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1964(2):8.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Newberry–Bane System (Bland County, Virginia). Baltimore Grotto News 5:97–107. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1964(1):190–193.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Starr Chapel caves (Bath County, Virginia). D. C. Speleograph 18(3):16–18. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1964(1):195–197.

Cooper, J. E. 1962. Mapping and exploration at Buckeye Creek and Rapps caves. Baltimore Grotto News 5(7):162–164.

Cooper, J. E.  1962. A biological note on the Cave Hollow–Arbogast System. Baltimore Grotto News 5:240–241. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1964(2):10.

Cooper, J. E. 1965. Another cave record for the ravine salamander. Baltimore Grotto News 8:202. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1967(2):76.

Cooper, J. E. 1965. Recent caving and spedunking in the south and elsewhere even. Baltimore Grotto News 8(6):134–138.

Cooper, J. E. 1965. Recent caving and spedunking in the south, etc. Baltimore Grotto News 8(7):174–176.

Cooper, J. E. 1965. Cave–associated herpetozoa. I – An annotated dichotomous key to the cave–associated salamanders of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Baltimore Grotto News 8(7):150–163. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1967(2):76–88.

Cooper, J. E. 1965. Further commentary on cave–associated salamanders. Baltimore Grotto News 8(9):202. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1967(2):75.

Cooper, J. E. 1965. Preliminary observations on the biology of Shelta Cave, Alabama. National Speleological Society Bulletin 28(2):96–97.   

Cooper, J. E. 1966. Preliminary observations on the biology of Shelta Cave, Alabama. National Speleological Society Bulletin 28:6–7 (abstract).

Cooper, J. E. 1966. Recent caving and spedunking in the south, etc. Baltimore Grotto News 8(8):182–184.

Cooper, J. E. 1966. Recent caving and spedunking in the south, etc., being the continuation of what promises to be an interminable account since the “writing” probably will never catch up with the caving and spedunking. Baltimore Grotto News 8(11):221–225.

Cooper, J. E. 1966. Recent caving, etc., home stretch. Baltimore Grotto News 8(12):237–246.

Cooper, J. E. 1967. Animals in Alabama caves. Pp. 14–16 in J. D. Veitch. The caves of Alabama. National Speleological Society Convention Guidebook No. 8.

Cooper, J. E. 1967. The Biological Survey of Alabama Caves. National Speleological Society News 25(11):202–203.

Cooper, J. E. 1967. Preliminary comments on a new genus and species of cave fish from Alabama. Pre–convention Abstracts 24th Annual NSS Convention:8–9

Cooper, J. E. 1968. Biological collecting. National Speleological Society News 26(11):184.

Cooper, J. E. 1968. The salamander Gyrinophilus palleucus in Georgia, with notes on Alabama and Tennessee populations. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 39:182–185.

Cooper, J. E. 1968. Shelta Cave, a biological marvel. National Speleological Society News 26(2):33–35.

Cooper, J. E. 1969. A red–bellied water snake from Maryland’s western Coastal Plain. Journal of Herpetology 3(3–4):185–186.

Cooper, J. E. 1969. Biological Survey of Alabama Caves Newsletter No. 1:1–6.

Cooper, J. E. 1969. Caving in terra biospeleologica incognita. Huntsville Grotto Newsletter 10(9):89–90.

Cooper, J. E. 1970. Hyla femoralis in Maryland, revisited. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 6(1):14–15.

Cooper, J. E. 1970. Review: H. Harris. 1969. Distributional survey: Maryland and the District of Columbia. Amphibians and reptiles. Herpetological Review 2(2):6.

Cooper, J. E. 1970. Review: Roger Barbour and W. H. Davis. Bats of America. National Speleological Society News 28(7):99–100.

Cooper, J. E. 1971. Review: Roger Barbour and W. H. Davis. Bats of America. William Pengelly Cave Studies Trust Limited Newsletter No. 15:11–13.

Cooper, J. E. 1971. Interesting new locality records for the southern cavefish, Typhlichthys subterraneus Girard (Pisces, Amblyopsidae). ASB Bulletin 18(2):30 (abstract).

Cooper, J. E. 1972. Review: James R. Reddell and Robert W. Mitchell. Studies on the cavernicole fauna of Mexico. National Speleological Society News 30(1):43–44.

Cooper, J. E. 1974. New distributional and ecological data for Typhlichthys subterraneus (Pisces; Amblyopsidae) and subterranean Gyrinophilus (Amphibia; Plethodontidae). ASB Bulletin 21(2):48 (abstract).

Cooper, J. E. 1974. Biological studies in Shelta Cave, Alabama. 5th Internationaler Kongress für Speläologie, Stuttgart (1969), Abhandlungen 4:B1/1–8.  

Cooper, J. E. 1975. Ecological and behavioral studies in Shelta Cave, Alabama, with emphasis on decapod crustaceans. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Kentucky. xvi + 364 pp.

Cooper, J. E. 1976. U. S. Forest Service support of cave research. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 8:14–15.

Cooper, J. E. 1976. Interesting papers at recent meetings. North American Biospeleology News– letter 9:4–5.

Cooper, J. E. 1977. Preface, pp. vii–ix. General Introduction, pp. 1–48 in J. E. Cooper, S. S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, editors. Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh. 444 pp.

Cooper, J. E. 1977. Book review: R. W. Mitchell, et al. 1977. Mexican eyeless characin fishes genus Astyanax: environment, distribution and evolution. National Speleological Society News 35(10):215.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. American cave fishes and salamanders. National Speleological Society Bulletin 40(3):89. Abstract.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. Troglobites and the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Species. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 13:2.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. Trouble in Texas. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 13:2–3.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. News from Bill Elliott. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 13:4.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. Vision in fishes. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 14:1.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. Maryland Cave Bill. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 15:6.

Cooper, J. E. 1978. Scud in the news. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 15:4.

Cooper, J. E. 1979. The brothers Brimley: North Carolina naturalists. Brimleyana 1:1–14.

Cooper, J. E. 1979. American cave fishes and salamanders. Pp. 75–81 in E. Werner (ed.). Proceedings of the 1977 Annual NSS Convention, Alpena, Michigan, West Virginia Speleological Survey.

Cooper, J. E. 1979. The Nature Conservancy and Cave Conservation. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 16:6–7.

Cooper, J. E. 1980. Amblyopsis rosae (Eigenmann). Ozark cavefish. Amblyopsis spelaea DeKay. Northern cavefish. Chologaster agassizi Putnam. Spring cavefish. Speoplatyrhinus poulsoni Cooper and Kuehne. Alabama cavefish. Typhlichthys subterraneus Girard. Southern cavefish. Pp. 478–480, 482–483 in D. S. Lee, et al., editors. Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh, NC.

Cooper, J. E. 1980. Guide for Biological Collecting. North American Biospeleology News– Letter 19:9.

Cooper, J.E. 1980. Obituaries: Dr. Nell Causey, Dr. Carl Hubbs. National Speleological Society News 38(3):64.

Cooper, J. E. 1984. Vanishing species: The dilemma of resources without price tags. Pp. 7–32 in A. Norden, et al. Threatened and Endangered Plants and Animals of Maryland. Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis, MD.

Cooper, J. E. 1989. Alabama cave shrimp. North American Biospeleology Newsletter 38:1 

Cooper, J.E. 1998. A new species of crayfish of the genus Procambarus, subgenus Ortmannicus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), from the Waccamaw River basin, North and South Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 111(1):81–91. [Procambarus (O.) braswelli]                                                                                    

Cooper, J.E. 2000. A new species of crayfish of the genus Cambarus, subgenus Cambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), from the Broad River basin of North Carolina. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 116(1):1–12.  [Cambarus (C.) lenati]

Cooper, J.E., 2000. Cambarus (Cambarus) davidi, a new species of crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from North Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 113(2):431–442.                                           

Cooper, J.E. 2001. Cambarus (Puncticambarus) hobbsorum, a new crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from North Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 114(1):152–161.

Cooper, J.E. 2002. North Carolina crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambarudae): Notes on distribution, taxonomy, life history, and habitat. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 118(3):167–180.

Cooper, J.E. 2006. A new species of crayfish of the genus Cambarus Erichson, 1846 (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the eastern Blue Ridge foothills and western Piedmont Plateau of North Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 119(1):67–80 [Cambarus (P.)   johni]

Cooper, J.E. 2006. A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus Erichson, 1846, subgenus Puncti– cambarus Hobbs, 1969 (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the Hiwassee River basin of North Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 119(1):81–90 [Cambarus {P.)   brimleyorum]

Cooper, J. E. 2008. Natural Heritage. Fresh Fish. Our State. magazine 76(1):168–172.

Cooper, J. E. 2009. Subterranean Surprises in Alabama. Alabama Wildlife 73(3):23–25.

Cooper, J. E. 2009. Subterranean Surprise. North Carolina Naturalist 17(2):10.

Cooper, J. E. 2010. Annotated checklist of the crayfishes of North Carolina, and correlations of distributions with hydrologic units and physiographic provinces. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 126(3):69–76. (PDF)

Cooper, J. E. 2011. Giant river shrimps of the genus Macrobrachium (Decapoda: Palaemonidae) in North and South Carolina. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 127(2):176–178. (PDF)

Cooper, J. E. 2011. Redescription and distribution of the crayfish, Procambarus (Ortmannicus) pearsei (Creaser, 1934)(Decapoda: Cambaridae), with notes on its biology. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 124(1):9–22. (PDF)

Cooper, J. E., and S. A. Armstrong. 2007. Locality records and other data for invasive crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in North Carolina. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science. 123(1):1–13.

Cooper, J. E., and R. E. Ashton, Jr. 1985. The Necturus lewisi study: Introduction, selected literature review, and comments on the hydrologic units and their faunas. Brimleyana 10:1–12.

Cooper, J. E., and D. P. Beiter. 1972. The southern cavefish, Typhlichthys subterraneus (Pisces: Amblyopsidae), in the eastern Mississippian Plateau of Kentucky. Copeia 1972:879–881.

Cooper, J. E., and A. L. Braswell. 1995. Observations on North Carolina crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Brimleyana 22:87–132.

Cooper, J. E., and D. G. Cooper. 2003. A new crayfish of the genus Cambarus Erichson, 1846 (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the Cape Fear River basin in the Sandhills of North Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116(4):920–932. [Cambarus (P.) hystricosus]

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1966. Comments on Alabama cave biology. Huntsville Grotto Newsletter 7(5–6):37–41. Reprinted Speleo Digest 1969(2):25–30.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1968. Cave–associated herpetozoa II: salamanders of the genus Gyrinophilus in Alabama caves. National Speleological Society Bulletin 30(2):19–24.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1968. America’s most spectacular crayfish. Kentucky Happy Hunting Ground 24(1):19–20.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1971. Studies of the aquatic ecology of Shelta Cave, Huntsville, Alabama. ASB Bulletin 18(2):30 [abstract].

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1974. Distribution and ecology of troglobitic shrimp of the genus Palaemonias (Decapoda; Atyidae). ASB Bulletin 21(2):48 [abstract].

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1976. Marking crayfish for long–term ecological studies.ASB Bulletin 23(2):52 [abstract].                                                                  

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1977. Comparative activity patterns and movements of Shelta Cave crayfishes. ASB Bulletin 24(2):44 [abstract].

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1977. Miktoniscus alabamensis Muchmore. Pp. 211–212 in J. E. Cooper, S. S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, editors. Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh. 444 pp.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1978. Comparative reproductive strategies of troglobitic crayfishes in Shelta Cave, Alabama. ASB Bulletin 25(2):44 [abstract].

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1978. American cave crayfishes and shrimps. National Speleological Society Bulletin 40(3):89. Abstract.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1978. Growth, longevity, and reproductive strategies in Shelta Cave crayfishes. National Speleological Society Bulletin 40(3):97. Abstract.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1979. American cave crayfishes and shrimps. Pp. 63–69 in E. Werner  (ed.), Proceedings of the 1977 NSS Annual Convention at Alpena, Michigan, West Virginia Speleological Survey.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1979. Growth, longevity, and reproductive strategies in Shelta Cave crayfishes. P. 85 in E. Werner (ed.), Proceedings of the 1977 Annual Convention at Alpena, Michigan, West Virginia Speleological Survey.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1995. A new species of crayfish of the genus Orconectes, subgenus Procericambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), endemic to the Neuse and Tar–Pamlico River basins, North Carolina. Brimleyana 23:65–87. [Orconectes (P.) carolinensis]

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1997. A new species of troglobitic crayfish of the genus Cambarus, subgenus Aviticambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), endemic to White Spring Cave, Alabama. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 110(4):608–616. [Cambarus (A.) veitchorum]

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 1997. New troglobitic crayfish of the genus Orconectes, subgenus Orconectes (Decapoda: Cambaridae), endemic to Shelta Cave, Huntsville, Alabama. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 59(3):119–127. [Orconectes (O.) sheltae]

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 2010. Long–term mark–recapture studies of population sizes in the stygobiotic crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae) of Shelta Cave, Alabama, USA. Subterranean Biology 7:35–40. (PDF)

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. 2010. Observations on the biology of the endangered stygobiotic shrimp Palaemonias alabamae, with notes on P. ganteri (Decapoda: Atyidae). Subterranean Biology 8–20. (PDF)

Cooper, J. E., and Frank Groves. 1959. The rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus, in the Maryland Piedmont. Herpetologica 15(1):33–34. Reprinted 1971. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 7(2):45–47.

Cooper, J. E., and A. Iles. 1971. The southern cavefish, Typhlichthys subterraneus, at the southeastern periphery of its range. National Speleological Society Bulletin 33(1):45–49.

Cooper, J. E., and R. A  Kuehne. 1969. Comments on a new genus and species of subterranean fish from Alabama. ASB Bulletin 16(3):95 (abstract).

Cooper, J. E., and R. A. Kuehne. 1974. Speoplatyrhinus poulsoni, a new genus and species of subterranean fish from Alabama. Copeia 1974(2):486–493.

Cooper, J. E., and G. Longley. 1980. Satan eurystomus Hubbs and Bailey. Widemouth blindcat. Trogloglanis pattersoni Eigenmann. Toothless blindcat. Pp. 473–474 in D. S. Lee, et al., editors. Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh, NC.

Cooper, J. E., and T. L. Poulson. 1968. A guide for biological collecting in caves. National Speleological Society News 26(9):127–138.          

Cooper, J. E., and J. E. Price. 2010. A new spinose crayfish of the genus Cambarus, subgenus Puncticambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), from South Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 123(4):335–344. (PDF)

Cooper, J. E., and F. C. Rohde. 1980. Chologaster cornuta Agassiz. Swampfish. P. 481 in D. S. Lee, et al., editors. Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh, NC.

Cooper, J. E., and K. Schofield. 2002. Cambarus (Jugicambarus) tuckasegee, a new species of crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the Little Tennessee River basin,            North Carolina. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 115(2):371–381.

Cooper, J. E., and R. M. Shelley. 1977. Other invertebrates. Pp. 231–232 in J. E. Cooper, S. S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, editors. Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals Of North Carolina. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh. 444 pp.

Cooper, J. E., and C. E. Skelton. 2003. A new burrowing crayfish of the genus Cambarus Erichson, 1846 (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the lower Flint River basin in the Dougherty Plain of Georgia, with notes on C. (D.) harti Hobbs, 1981. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 116(3):827–838. [Cambarus (D.) doughertyensis]    

Cooper, J. E., A. L. Braswell, and C. McGrath. 1998. Noteworthy distributional records for crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in North Carolina. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 114(1):1–10.

Cooper, M. R., and J. E. Cooper. 1976. Growth and longevity in cave crayfishes. ASB Bulletin 23(2):52 [abstract]

Cooper, M. R., and J. E. Cooper. 1977. A comment on crayfishes, pp. 198–199; Cambarus (Depressicambarus) catagius, pp. 203–203; Cambarus (Hiaticambarus) chasmodactylus, pp. 204–206; Procambarus (Ortmannicus) lepidodactylus, pp. 206–207; Cambarus(Puncti–   cambarus) reburrus, pp. 213–214; Orconectes virginiensis, pp. 214–215 in J. E. Cooper, S. S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, editors. Endangeredand Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh. 444 pp.

Holsinger, J. R., and J. E. Cooper. 1977. Stygobromus sp. A and Stygobromus sp. B. Pp. 212– 213 in J. E. Cooper, S. S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, editors. Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh. 444 pp.

Lee, D. S., and J. E. Cooper. Endangered species: Problems associated with habitat protection. ASB Bulletin 23(2):74 [abstract].

Teulings, R. P., and J. E. Cooper. 1977. Cluster areas. Pp. 409–433 in J. E. Cooper, S. S. Robinson, and J. B. Funderburg, editors. Endangered and Threatened Plants and Animals of North Carolina. North Carolina State Museum of Natural History, Raleigh. 444 pp.

In Press, Preparation, or Manuscript:

Cooper, J. E. In manuscript. A new cave–limited crayfish of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from northern Alabama.

Cooper, J. E. In manuscript. Two new species of crayfish of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from North Carolina.

Cooper, J. E., and S. A. Cooper. Book, in preparation. The Crayfishes of North Carolina.

Cooper, J. E. Book, in preparation. Cave of the Winding Stair: Confessions of a Caving Biologist.

Cooper, J. E., and M. R. Cooper. In manuscript. Observations on the biology of the rare stygobitic crayfish, Orconectes (Orconectes) sheltae Cooper and Cooper 1997 (Decapoda: Cambaridae).

Cooper, J. E., and R. A. Thoma. In preparation. A new species of crayfish of the genus Cambarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from North Carolina and Tennessee.