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Anderson, E.J., M.S. Peterson, & M.J. Andres. 2022. Drifting bryozoans increase nekton diversity in the north- central Gulf of Mexico unvegetated muddy bottom seascape. Bulletin of Marine Science 98: 431–450. DOI:

Millender, A.K., J.M. Higgs, N.J. Brown-Peterson, M.J. Andres, & J.S. Franks. 2022. Life history of Swordfish, Xiphias gladius, caught in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Gulf and Caribbean Research 33: 24–37. DOI: 10.18785/gcr.3301.09

Andres, M.J., R.B. Blaylock, & S.A. Bullard. 2022. Dr. Robin Miles Overstreet 1 June 1939–21 May 2022. Journal of Parasitology 108: 513–516.


Peterson, M.S., & M.J. Andres. 2021. Progress on research regarding ecology and biodiversity of coastal fisheries and nektonic species and their habitats within coastal landscapes. Diversity 13: 168. DOI:

Andres, M.J., J.M. Higgs, P.O. Grammer, & M.S. Peterson. 2019. Argulus from the Pascagoula River, MS, USA, with an emphasis on those of the threatened Gulf Sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi. Diversity. 11: 232.


Andres, M.J., E.E. Pulis, S.C. Curran, & R.M. Overstreet. 2018. On the systematics of some marine haploporids (Trematoda) with the description of a new species of Megasolena Linton, 1910. Parasitology International. 67: 805–815. DOI:


Leaf, R.T., J. Trushenski, N.J. Brown-Peterson, & M.J. Andres. 2018. Temporal dynamics of lipid and fatty acid characteristics of Gulf Menhaden, Brevoortia patronus, in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Regional Studies in Marine Science. 24: 1–9. DOI:


Curran, S.S., E.E. Pulis, M.J. Andres, & R.M. Overstreet. 2018. Two new species of Saccocoelioides (Digenea: Haploporidae) with phylogenetic analysis of the family, including species of Saccocoelioides from North, Middle, and South America. Journal of Parasitology. 104: 221–239. DOI: 10.1645/17-189


Andres, M.J., W.T. Slack, M.S. Peterson, K. Kimmel, B.R. Lewis, & P.O. Grammer. 2018. Growth estimation of western population segment Gulf Sturgeon using length-at-age and mark-recapture data. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 147:139–150. DOI: 10.1002/tafs.10007


Brown-Peterson, N.J., R.T. Leaf, A.M. Schueller, & M.J. Andres. 2017. Reproductive dynamics of Gulf Menhaden (Brevoortia patronus) in the northern Gulf of Mexico: effects on stock assessments. Fishery Bulletin. 115: 284–299.

DOI: 10.7755/FB.115.3.2


Claxton, A.T., A.D. Fuehring*, M.J. Andres, T.D. Moncrief, & S.S. Curran. 2017. Parasites of the Vermilion Snapper, Rhomboplites aurorubens (Cuvier), from the western Atlantic Ocean. Comparative Parasitology. 84: 1–14.



Fayton, T.J. & M.J. Andres. 2016. Amendment of Plagioporus Stafford, 1904 (Digenea: Opecoelidae), with a description of a new species from California and a phylogeny of freshwater plagioporines of the Holarctic. Systematic Parasitology. 93: 731–748. DOI: 10.1007/s11230-016-9664-6


Andres, M.J., E.E. Pulis, & R.M. Overstreet. 2016. Description of three species of Isorchis (Digenea: Atractotrematidae) from Australia. Acta Parasitologica. 61: 590–601. DOI: 10.1515/ap-2016-00


Schrandt, M.N., M.J. Andres, S.P. Powers, & R.M. Overstreet. 2016. Novel infection site and ecology of cryptic Didymocystis sp. (Trematoda) in the fish Scomberomorus maculatus. Journal of Parasitology 102: 297–305.

DOI: 10.1645/15-772


Andres, M.J., M.S. Peterson, & R.M. Overstreet. 2016. Endohelminth parasites of some midwater and benthopelagic stomiiform fishes from the northern Gulf of Mexico. Gulf and Caribbean Research 27: 11–19. DOI: 10.18785.gcr.2701.02


Fayton, T.J., S.S. Curran, M.J. Andres, R.M. Overstreet, & C.T. McAllister. 2016. Two new species of Homalometron (Digenea: Apocreadiidae) from Nearctic freshwater fundulids, elucidation of the life cycle of H. cupuloris, and molecular phylogenetic analysis of some congeners. Journal of Parasitology 102: 94–104. DOI: 10.1645/15-8628v


Andres, M.J., S.S. Curran, T.J. Fayton, E.E Pulis, & R.M. Overstreet. 2015. An additional genus and two additional species of Forticulcitinae (Digenea: Haploporidae). Folia Parasitologica. 62: 025. DOI: 10.14411/fp.2015.025


Andres, M.J., E.E Pulis, T.H. Cribb, & R.M. Overstreet. 2014. Erection of the haploporid genus Litosaccus n. g. and its phylogenetic relationship within the Haploporidae Nicoll, 1914. Systematic Parasitology 89: 185-194.

DOI: 10.1007/s11230-014-9521-4


Andres, M.J., C.L. Ray*, E.E. Pulis, S.C. Curran, & R.M. Overstreet. 2014. Molecular characterization of two opecoelid trematodes from fishes in the Gulf of Mexico, with a description of a new species of Helicometra. Acta Parasitologica 59: 405-412. DOI: 10.2478/s11686-014-0258-7


Andres, M.J., E.E Pulis, & R.M. Overstreet. 2014. New genus of opecoelid trematode from Pristipomoides aquilonaris (Perciformes: Lutjanidae) and its phylogenetic affinity within the family Opecoelidae. Folia Parasitologica 61: 223-230.

DOI: 10.14411/fp.2014.033


Pulis, E.E., S.S. Curran, M.J. Andres, & R.M. Overstreet. 2014. Change in rank of Megaperidae (Trematoda) to Megaperinae within the Apocreadiidae and description of Haintestinum amplum n. g., n. sp. Parasitology International 63: 269-274. DOI:10.1016/j.parint.2013.11.007


Andres, M.J. & R.M. Overstreet. 2013. A new species of Podocotyloides (Digenea: Opecoelidae) from the grey conger eel, Conger esculentus, in the Caribbean Sea. Journal of Parasitology 99: 619-623. DOI: 10.1645/12-155.1


Driggers, III, W.B., J.M. Hendon, M.J. Andres, S.S. Curran, C.T. Gledhill, M.A. Grace, M.D. Hendon, C.M. Jones, B.T. Noble, & K.R. Rademacher. 2010. Notes on the biology of an adult female Chimaera cubana captured off St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Gulf and Caribbean Research 22: 67-69.


Yeager, K.M., P.H. Santschi, H. Rifai, M. Suarez, R. Brinkmeyer, C.C. Hung, K.J. Schindler, M.J. Andres, & E.A. Weaver. 2007. Dioxin chronology and fluxes in sediments of the Houston Ship Channel, Texas: influences of non-steady state sediment transport and total organic carbon. Environmental Science and Technology 41: 5,291-5,298.

DOI: 10.1021/es062917p


Yeager, K.M., P.H. Santschi, K.J. Schindler, M.J. Andres, & E.A. Weaver. 2006. The relative importance of terrestrial versus marine sediment sources to the Nueces-Corpus Christi Estuary, Texas: an isotopic approach. Estuaries and Coasts 29: 443-454.


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