Edit the description's bibliography (Lizard Island Field Guide)

References that assist with identification

  • Leis, J.M. and B.M. Carson-Ewart (2000). Larvae of Indo-Pacific Coastal Fishes Brill, Leiden, pp. 1-850. LIRS catalog number 660.

Other references

  • Bshary, A. and R. Bshary (2012). Individual differences in foraging strategies of parasitic Sabre-Tooth Blennies. PLoS ONE, 7(9): e45998. LIRS catalog number 1554.
  • Côté, I.M. and K.L. Cheney (2007). A protective function for aggressive mimicry? Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 274: 2445-2448. LIRS catalog number 90029.
  • Côté, I.M. and K.L. Cheney (2007). Aggressive mimics profit from a model–signal receiver mutualism, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 274: 2087-2091. LIRS catalog number 1088.
  • Caley, M.J. (1991). Mechanisms of coexistence in communities of coral-reef fishes, Ph.D. thesis, University of Sydney. LIRS catalog number 307.
  • Caley, M.J. (1995). Community dynamics of tropical reef fishes: local patterns between latitudes, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 129: 7-18. LIRS catalog number 447.
  • Caley, M.J. (1995). Reef fish community structure and dynamics: in interaction between local and larger-scale processes? Marine Ecology Progress Series, 129: 19-29. LIRS catalog number 448.
  • Cheney, K.L. (2008). The role of avoidance learning in an aggressive mimcry system, Behavioral Ecology, doi:10.1093/beheco: arn001. LIRS catalog number 1244.
  • Cheney, K.L. (2010). Multiple selective pressures apply to a coral reef fish mimic: a case of Batesian-aggressive mimicry, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, doi 10.1098: rsb20092218. LIRS catalog number 1361.
  • Cheney, K.L. (2011). Cleaner wrasse mimics inflict higher costs on their models when they are more aggressive towards signal receivers. Biology Letters, doi; 10.1098/rsbl.2011.0687. LIRS catalog number 1430.
  • Cheney, K.L., R. Bshary and A.S. Grutter (2008). Cleaner fish cause predators to reduce agression towards bystanders at cleaning stations, Behavioural Ecology, 19: 1063-1067. LIRS catalog number 1156.
  • Cheney, K.L., F. Cortesi and H. Nilsson Skold (2017). Regulation, constraints and benefits of colour plasticity in a mimicry system, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 122: 385-393. LIRS catalog number 2129.
  • Cheney, K.L. and I.M. Cote (2007). Aggressive mimics profit from a model-signal receiver mutualism, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 274: 2087-2091. LIRS catalog number 1088.
  • Cheney, K.L., A.S. Grutter and N.J. Marshall (2008). Facultative mimicry: cues for colour change and colour accuracy in a coral reef fish, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 275: 117-122. LIRS catalog number 1157.
  • Cheney, K.L. and N.J. Marshall (2009). Mimicry in coral reef fish: how accurate is this deception in terms of color and luminance? Behavioral Ecology, 20: 459-477. LIRS catalog number 1249.
  • Cheney, K.L., C. Skogh, N.S. Hart and N.J. Marshall (2009). Mimicry, colour forms and spectral sensitivity of the bluestriped fangblenny, Plagiotremus rhinorhynchos, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 276: 1565-1573. LIRS catalog number 1269.
  • Cote, I.M. and K.L. Cheney (2004). Distance-dependent costs and benefits of aggressive mimicry in a cleaning symbiosis, Proceedings of the Royal Society London B, 271: 2627-2630. LIRS catalog number 90025.
  • Cote, I.M. and K.L. Cheney (2005). Choosing when to be a cleaner-fish mimic, Nature, 433: 211. LIRS catalog number 90026.
  • Grutter, A.S. (1997). Effect of the removal of cleaner fish on the abundance and species composition of reef fish, Oecologia, 111: 137-143. LIRS catalog number 504.
  • Johnson, M.L. and S.L. Hull (2006). Interactions between fangblennies (Plagiotremus rhinorhynchus) and their potential victims: fooling the model rather than the client? Marine Biology, 148: 889-897. LIRS catalog number 90028.
  • Leis, J.M., B.M. Carson-Ewart and J. Webley (2002). Settlement behaviour of coral-reef fish larvae at subsurface artificial-reef moorings, Marine and Freshwater Research, 53: 319-327. LIRS catalog number 720.
  • Moland, E. and G.P. Jones (2004). Experimental confirmation of aggressive mimicry by a coral reef fish, Oecologia, 140: 676-683. LIRS catalog number 90030.
  • Roberts-Thompson, A. and N.J. Bott (2007). Exploiting mimicry: Prosorhynchoides thomasi n. sp. (Digenea: Bucephalidae) from the fang blenny genus Plagiotremus (Bleeker) (Blenniidae) from off Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, Zootaxa, 1514: 61-64. LIRS catalog number 1041.