Bishop Museum. 2002. Schizoporella errata (Waters, 1878), Guidebook of introduced marine species of Hawaii. Hawaii Biological Survey, Bishop Museum.
Bock, P. 2000. Schizoporella cf. errata (Waters, 1878). RMIT University: Melbourne.
Summary: This source provides some distributional information for S. errata.
Cocito, S. 2004. Bioconstruction and biodiversity: their mutual influence, Scientia Marina 68 (Suppl.1): 137-144.
Summary: This paper describes the role of main benthic constructors and reviews processes by which bioconstructions increase diversity and abundance of associated biota.
Cocito, S. Ferdeghini, F.. Morri, C. and Bianchi, C.N. 2000. Patterns of bioconstruction in the cheilostome bryozoan Schizoporella errata: the influence of hydrodynamics and associated biota, Marine Ecology Progress Series 192: 153-161.
Summary: This article describes the structure, pattern and building process of giant colonies of S. errata.
Cummings, S. G. 1975. Zoid regression in Schizoporella unicornis floridana (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata), Chesapeake Science 16:93-103
Ghobashy, A.F.A. and El Komy, M.M. 1980. Fouling in the southern region of the Suez Canal, Aquatic Ecology 14(3): 179-185.
Summary: This paper investigates fouling organisms and ecological conditions in the Suez Canal.
Hayward, P.J. 1974. Studies on the cheilostome bryozoan fauna of the Aegean island of Chios, Journal of Natural History 8(4): 369-402
Hayward, P. J. and Ryland, J. S. 1979. British Ascophoron Bryozoans. London: Academic Press.
Hewitt, C. L, Campbell, M. L., Thresher, R. E., Martin, R. B., Boyd, S., Cohen, B. F., Currie, D. R., Gomon, M. F., Keough, M. J., Lewis, J. A., Lockett, M. M., Mays, N., McArthur, N., O Hara, T. D., Poore, G. C. B., Ross, J. D., Storey, M. J., Watson, J. E. and Wilson, R. S. 2004. Introduced and crytogenic species in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. Marine Biology 144: 183-202.
ITIS (Integrated Taxonomic Information System), 2005. Online Database Schizoporella errataSummary:
An online database that provides taxonomic information, common names, synonyms and geographical jurisdiction of a species. In addition links are provided to retrieve biological records and collection information from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Data Portal and bioscience articles from BioOne journals.
Available from: http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=156301 [Accessed 8 December 2006]
Jara, V.C., Miyamoto, J.H.S., da Gama, B.A.P., Molis, M., Wahl, M. and Pereira, R.C. 2006. Limited evidence of interactive disturbance and nutrient effects on the diversity of macrobenthic assemblages, Marine Ecology Progress Series 308: 37-48.
Summary: This paper reports experiments carried out at an oligotrophic and eutrophic site in Brazil to assess the interactive effects of disturbance and nutrient enrichment.
Mackie, J.A., Keough, M.J. and Christidis, L. 2006. Invasion patterns inferred from cytochrome oxidase I sequences in three bryozoans, Bugula neritina, Watersipora subtorquata, and Watersipora arcuata, Marine Biology 149: 285-295
Summary: This paper studies population structure in invasive bryozoans using genetic analysis. There is evidence of widespread, rather than genetically independent introductions of bryozoans.
McKinney, F. K. and McKinney, M. J. 2002. Contrasting marine larval settlement patterns imply habitat-seeking behaviours in a fouling and a cryptic species (phylum Bryozoa), Journal of Natural History 36: 487-500.
Summary: This paper describes distributional patterns of settled larvae of S. errata and P. patina in laboratory conditions. The consistency of these patterns with the distribution of the two species in their natural environment is discussed.
Morgado, E.H. and Tanaka, M.O. 2001. The macrofauna associated with the bryozoan Schizoporella errata (Walters) in southeastern Brazil, Scientia Marina 65(3): 173-181.
Summary: This study examines the structure of the macrofaunal assemblage associated with colonies of S. errata at two sites differing in water movement in SE Brazil.
NEMESIS (National Exotic Marine and Estuarine Species Information System). 2006. Schizoporella errata. Retrieved 19 December, from Chesapeake Bay Introduced Species Database.
Osman, R.W. & Whitlatch, R.B. 2004. The control of the development of a marine benthic community by predation on recruits, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 311: 117-145.
Summary: This study examines the consequences of post-settlement predation on sessile invertebrates at two sites in southern New England.
Reichert, K. 2002. Tentaculata Bryozoa (dt. Moostierchen) Iris Menn.
Summary: Record of S. errata in Helgoland, Germany.
Ryland, J. S. 1965. Volume 2: Polyzoa. In Catalogue of main marine fouling organisms (found on ships coming into European Waters). OECD.
Ryland, J. S. 1968. On marine polyzoa III. Schizoporella ansata auctt. Journal of Natural History 2: 535-546.
Sutherland, J.P. 1978. Functional Roles of Schizoporella and Styela in the Fouling Community at Beaufort, North Carolina, Ecology 59(2): 257-264.
Summary: This article looks at removal experiments designed to test the effect of the removal of two organisms (Schizoporella and Styela) on the distribution and abundance of other species.
Sutherland, J.P. and Karlson, R.H. 1977. Development and Stability of the Fouling Community at Beaufort, North Carolina, Ecological Monographs 47(4): 425-446.
Summary: This study looks at larval recruitment patterns of fouling species at Beaufort (North Carolina, USA).
Tao Yan and Wen Xia Yan. 2002. Fouling of Offshore Structures in China�a Review. Biofouling 19 (Supplement): 133-138
Summary: This paper reviews the effect of marine fouling on offshore structures, looks at the development of offshore fouling studies in China, and characterises marine fouling in relevant areas.
Virginia Museum of Natural History (VMNH), 2005. More Bryozoan Information. VMNH Virginia, USA.
Summary: An overview of the biology and problems caused by bryozoans.
Winston, J.E. 1977. Distribution and Ecology of Estuarine Ectoprocts: A Critical Review, Chesapeake Science18(1): 34-57.
Summary: This article reviews the special ecological and physiological features of brackish-water ectoprocts (bryozoans) and their global distributions.
Winston, J. E. 1982. Marine bryozoans (Ectoprocta) of the Indian River area (Florida). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 173: 102-176.
Wyatt, A.S.J., Hewitt, C.L., Walker, D.I. and Ward, T.J. 2005. Marine introductions in the Shark Bay World Heritage Property, Western Australia: a preliminary assessment, Diversity and Distributions 11(1): 33-44
Summary: This paper discusses the management of introduced marine species in the Shark Bay World Heritage Property (Australia).