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

References that assist with identification

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Other references

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  • Fulton, C.J. (2005). Wave energy and the role of swimming in reef fish ecology, Ph.D. thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 952.
  • Fulton, C.J. (2010). Chapter 12: The role of swimming in reef fish ecology in: Fish locomotion: an eco-ethological perspective. Domenici, P. and B.G. Kapoor (Eds.). Science Publishers, Enfield, NH, USA, pp. 374-406. LIRS catalog number 1308.
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