Publications

David Wallace Barr IV: PUBLICATIONS:

i) Scholarly – Refereed

Crocker, D.W. and D. Barr (1968a)

Handbook of the crayfishes of Ontario. Life Sci. Misc. Publ., Royal Ontario Museum, University of Toronto Press. 168 p.

Barr, D. (1968b)

Limnesia (Limnesiella) marshallae., description of larva. Pilot Register of Zoology, Card No.26.

Barr, D. (1972)

The ejaculatory complex in water mites (Acari:Parasitengona): morphology and potential value for systematics. Life Sci. Contr., R.Ont.Mus., No.81, 87 p.

Barr, D. (1973)

Methods for the collection, preservation and study of water mites (Acari: Parasitengona). Life Sci. Misc. Publ., R.Ont.Mus., 28 p.

Barr, D. (1977a)

A new water mite genus from western Canada (Acari: Parasitengona: Anisitsiellidae). Can. J. Zool., vol. 55, pp. 877-881.

Smith, B.P. and D. Barr (1977b)

Swimming by the water mite, Limnochares americana Lundblad (Acari, Parasitengona, Limnocharidae). Can. J. Zool. 55: 2050-2059.

Barr, D. and B.P. Smith (1979a)

The contribution of setal blades to effective swimming in the aquatic mite Limnochares americana (Acari, Parasitengona, Limnocharidae) Zool. J. Linn. Soc., 65:55-69.

Barr, D. (1979b)

Water mites (Acari, Parasitengona) sampled with chemoluminescent bait in underwater traps. Int. J. Acarology, 5(3): 187-194.

Gotwald, W.H. Jr. and D. Barr (1980a)

Quantitative studies on major workers of the ant genus Dorylus. (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Dorylinae). Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer., 73(2): 231-238.

Barr, D. and B.P. Smith (1980b)

Stable swimming by diagonal phase synchrony in arthropods. Can. J. Zool., 58(5): 782-795.

Barr, D. (1982a).

Comparative morphology of the genital acetabula of aquatic mites (Acari, Prostigmata): Hydrachnoidea, Eylaoidea, Hydryphantoidea and Lebertioidea. J. Nat. Hist., 16: 147-160.

Barr, D. and W.H. Gotwald, Jr. (1982b)

Phenetic affinities of males of the army ant genus Dorylus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dorylinae). Can. J. Zool., 60(11):2652-2658.

Barr, D., J. van Boven and W.H. Gotwald, Jr. (1985)

Phenetic studies of african army ant queens of the genus Dorylus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dorylinae). Systematic Entomology, 10: 1-10.

Gotwald, W. H., Jr., and D. Barr (1987)

Quantitative studies on workers of the old world army ant genus Aenictus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Insectes Sociaux, 34(4):261-273.

Guiasu R. C., D. W. Barr and D. W. Dunham (1996).

Distribution and status of crayfishes of the genera Cambarus and Fallicambarus (Decapoda, Cambaridae) in Ontario, Canada. J. Crustacean Biol., 16:221-231.

Guiasu R. C., D. W. Dunham and D. W. Barr (1997).

Interspecific agonistic contests between male Cambarus bartonii Fabricius, 1798 and Cambarus robustus Girard, 1852 (Decapoda, Cambaridae) crayfish and the role of these contests in the possible competition between the two species in Ontario, Canada. Freshwater Crayfish XI.

ii) Scholarly and Professional – Not Refereed

Barr, D. (1979c)

A quantitative study of comparative morphology of the ejaculatory complex in water mites (Acari: Parasitengona). Proc. 4th Int. Cong. Acarology (Saalfelden). Kultura Press, Budapest. pp. 119-125.

Barr, D. (1981a)

Terrestrial and Aquatic Invertebrates. In Urban Natural Areas: Ecology and Preservation. (Andrews, W.A. and J.L. Cranmer-Byng, Eds.). I.E.S. Environ. Monogr. No. 2, Toronto. 215 pp.

Barr, D. (1981b)

Review – “Reflections on Science and the Media”. Bios, 52(4): 239-242.

Barr, D. (1982).

Acarina. In McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. 5th edition (Ed. S. Parker). McGraw-Hill, New York. pp. 30-31.

Barr, D. and G. deW. Rogers (1984)

Looking for the perfect program. Byte, 9(13):199-210.

Barr, D. (1986)

A five-star rating for the Museum Management Institute. Museum Quarterly, 15(3):33-34.

Barr, D. (1989)

Top down or bottom up? (first principles of collecting) Museum Quarterly, 17(3):17-21.

Barr, D. (1990a)

Creative swiping. <Workshop review> Currently, 13(1):8.

Barr, D. (1990b)

Legacies and heresies: some alternatives in disposing of museum collections. Muse, 8(2):14-16.

Cook, Marilyn E. and Barr, D. (1991)

In search of support. Museum News, Sept/Oct.’91:60-62.

Barr, D. (1992)

Museum research: a personal overview. Ontario Museum Annual (1992), pp. 35-41.

Barr, D. W. and G. Wilburn (1992)

Project management and the choice of support software for the Royal Ontario Museum. Currently, 15(3):10-11.

Barr, D. W. (1993)

The cultural leadership development project. Currently, 16(6):11.

Poole, B. and D. Barr (1999)

Online training for cultural managers. Management Matters, 1999(1):11-12.

Barr, D. (2012)

Museums Bring QR Codes Into Play. MUSE, 30(4):34-37.

Barr, D. (2013)

The Mobile Museum: A New Educational Dimension with the Potential for Improved Accessibility. Proceedings of the OMA Colloquium on Learning in Museums X (Oct. 2012). Ontario Museum Association, Toronto.

iii) Popular and Interpretive Publications

Barr, D. and W.H. Gotwald, Jr. (1968)

Animals, plants and computers. New trends in the classification of organisms. Canadian Audubon, 30(2): 54-60.

Barr, D. (1969)

The crayfish – freshwater giant. Canadian Audubon, 31(3): 92-94.

Barr, D. (1970a)

Tiny wolves of the water. Natural History, 79(6): 40-45.

Barr, D. (1970b)

Crayfish hunt. Rotunda, 3(3): 14-21.

Barr, D. (1970c)

A swimming beetle. The Young Naturalist, 12(7):1-2.

Barr, D. (1971a)

Snow fleas. The Young Naturalist, 13(1): 8.

Barr, D. (1971b)

At home, in the city. Ontario Naturalist, 9(1):22-26.

Barr, D. (1972a)

Dragon of the waters. Ontario Naturalist, 10(1):34-38.

Barr, D. (1972b)

The little armadillo. The Young Naturalist, 14(9): 10-11.

Barr, D. (1973a)

Ant clouds. Ontario Naturalist, 13(3): 13-19.

Barr, D., A. Odum and C. Rolfe (1973b)

Insects of Canada. The Young Naturalist Series. Don Mills, Ont., Fed. Ont. Nat. pp. 3-5, 14-15.

Barr, D. (1974a)

Along came a spider. Rotunda, 7(1): 30-36.

Barr, D. (1974b)

Hoppers and grass. The Young Naturalist, 16(5):7-10.

Barr, D. (1974c)

A “pooter” for tiny animals. The Young Naturalist, 16(6): 12-13.

Barr, D. (1974d)

That pesky, paper-making wasp. Reader’s Digest, 105(628): 59-63.

Buckley, P. and D. Barr (1974e)

Household Spiders. Royal Ontario Museum. Pamphlet, 10 pp.

Barr, D. (1975a)

The search for the minute. Rotunda, 8(1): 4-11.

Barr, D. (1975b)

Enlarge your views of nature. Outdoor Canada, 3(3): 12-13.

Barr, D. (1975c)

Grasshoppers and other jumpers. Ontario Naturalist, 15(2): 21-29.

Barr, D. (1975d)

Lichen? A most puzzling plant. Ontario Naturalist, 15(4): 26-29.

Buckley, P. and D. Barr (1976)

Household spiders. R.O.M. Information Leaflet, pp. 1-8.

Barr, D. (1977a)

The original varmint. Reader’s Digest, 110(658):146-152.

Barr, D. (1977b)

Insects in the city. Rotunda, 10(1): 24-32.

Barr, D. (1977c)

Population primer. Ontario Naturalist, 17(1):24-26.

Barr, D. (1977d)

R.O.M. Edu-colour Book of Insects.

Barr, D. (1978)

Tell me… What good is a mosquito anyway? Ontario Naturalist, 18(1): 4-7.

Barr, D. (1979)

Cool…clear…water. Ontario Naturalist, 19(2):46-51.

Barr, D. (1980a)

Why Daddy-long-legs isn’t just another spider – the arachnids. T.F.N. Newsletter, No. 329, pp. 3-5.

Barr, D. and N. Barr (1980b)

The night crawler. Seasons Magazine, 20(1): 27-33.

Barr, D. (1980c)

Tossed in space. Nature Canada, 9(3): 32-38.

Barr, D. (1980d)

There is such a thing as a true bug. Toronto Star, Wed. Oct. 8, 1980, p. D14.

Barr, D. and N. Barr (1980e)

The miniature world of Aubrey Crich. Reader’s Digest, 117(704): 178-183.

Barr, D. (1981a)

Discovery of the meadow crayfish. Seasons Magazine, 21(1): 49-51.

Barr, D. and N. Barr (1981b)

Garbage wasps. Seasons Magazine, 21(2): 14-20.

Barr, N. and D. Barr (1981c)

ummer lightning, insect fire. Seasons Magazine, 21(3): 38-41.

Barr, D. and N. Barr (1982)

What’s red and green and found all over? Seasons Magazine, 22(4): 18-23.

Barr, D. and N. Barr (1983a)

Legends by the pond. Seasons Magazine, 23(1):23-28.

Barr, D. (1983b) Treasurehouse of nature.

Seasons Magazine, 23(4):14-17.

Barr, D. and N. Barr (1984a)

Of mites and men. Rotunda, 16(4):20-25.

Barr, D. (1984b)

Life in the fast lane. Seasons Magazine, 24(1):46-49.

Barr, D. (1986)

Hunters, fishers and trappers: the world of Ontario Spiders. Seasons Magazine, 26(1): 14-21.

Barr, D. (1986b)

Underwater worlds. Seasons Magazine, 26(1): 17-23.

Barr, D. (1988)

Not always to the swift: snails, slugs and limpets. Seasons Magazine, 26(1):18-21.

Barr, D.(1989a)

Springtails: agents of change. In Legacy (ed. J. B. Theberge) McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, pp. 75-76.

Barr, D.(1989b)

Fertile waters: the fresh-water invertebrates. In Legacy (ed. J. B. Theberge) McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, pp. 141-145.

Barr, D.(1989c)

Richest estate: the terrestrial invertebrates. In Legacy (ed. J. B. Theberge) McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, pp. 145-151.

Barr, D.(1989d)

Dutch elm disease: an environmental epidemic. In Legacy (ed. J. B. Theberge) McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, pp. 151-152.

Barr, D. (1990a)

Wildlife art: communicating an essential vision. Rotunda, 23(3):34-40.

Barr, D. (1990b)

Edu-Colour Book 702: Insects. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. ISBN-10: 0888542046, ISBN-13: 978-0888542045. 24 pp.

Barr, D. (1994a)

Dragon of the wetlands. Seasons Magazine, 34(1):14-19.

Barr, D. (1994b)

Not your common crayfish. Seasons Magazine, 34(2)14-19.

Barr, D. and M. W. Carter (1994c)

Mapping biodiversity. Rotunda, 27(3):34-39.

Barr, D. (1996a)

Ecology and e-mail: plug into the planet. Equinox, 15(1):75-76.

Barr, D. (1996b)

Our friend the zebra mussel. Rotunda, 29(2):9-15.

Barr, D. (2011)

Pollinator Monitoring for Citizen Scientists: A Handbook. Smashwords Edition. ISBN: 978-0-9867475-1-9

Fraser, N. B. and D. Barr (2011)

The Coal-fired Gravity Furnace. Sandstone ePress, Toronto. 16 pp. ISBN: 978-0-9867475-0-2

Barr, D. (2016)

Says The Dog On The Street. Sandstone ePress, Toronto. 21 pp. ISBN: 978-0-9867475-2-6

Barr, D. (2017)

10 Big Things I Learned From A Small Dog. Sandstone ePress, Toronto. 88 pp. ISBN: 978-0-9867475-3-3

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