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Swanson, M. (1996). The Antlion Pit: A Doodlebug Anthology. Retrieved February 15, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.antlionpit.com/
Swanson, M. (1996). Observing and capturing antlions. The Antlion Pit: A Doodlebug Anthology. Retrieved July 1, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.antlionpit.com/observ.html
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Beckhöfer-Fialho, Aura (1996). Medieval Bestiaries and the Birth of Zoology. In The Antlion Pit: A Doodlebug Anthology. Mark Swanson. Retrieved April 21, 2001, from the World Wide Web: http://www.antlionpit.com/aura.html
The Antlion Pit: A Doodlebug Anthology. Mark Swanson. 1996. 9 Sept. 2000 < http://www.antlionpit.com/ >.
Swanson, Mark. "The Mermecolion: From Bible to Bestiary to Borges." The Antlion Pit: A Doodlebug Anthology. 1996. 24 Nov. 2000 < http://www.antlionpit.com/borges.html >.
Beckhöfer-Fialho, Aura. "Medieval Bestiaries and the Birth of Zoology." 1996. In The Antlion Pit: A Doodlebug Anthology. Mark Swanson. 1996. 11 Aug. 2001 < http://www.antlionpit.com/aura.html >.
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