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  • Richardson, L.E., N.A.J. Graham, M.S. Pratchett, J.G. Eurich and A.S. Hoey (2018). Mass coral bleaching causes biotic homogeniszation of reef fish assemblages. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.14119. LIRS catalog number 2200.
  • Robertson, D.R. (1983). On the spawning behavior and spawning cycles of eight surgeonfishes (Acanthuridae) from the Indo-Pacific, Environmental Biology of Fishes, 9(3/4): 193-223. LIRS catalog number 54.
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  • Zemke-White, W.L., J.H. Choat and K.D. Clements (2002). A re-evaluation of the diel feeding hypothesis for marine herbivorous fishes, Marine Biology, 141: 571-579. LIRS catalog number 823.