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

Edit the description's bibliography


Animalia: Neon Damsel (species: Pomacentrus coelestis)

Other references

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  • Leis, J.M. and R. Fisher (2006). Swimming speed of settlement-stage reef-fish larvae measured in the laboratory and in the field: a comparison of critical speed and in situ speed. "Proceedings of the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium". : 438-445. LIRS catalog number 1513.
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  • McCormick, M.I. and O.M. Loennstedt (2016). Disrupted learning: habitat degradation impairs crucial antipredator responses in naive prey. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 283: 20160441. LIRS catalog number 2016.
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  • Nilsson, G.E. and S Ostlund-Nilsson (2003). Hypoxia in paradise: widespread hypoxia tolerance in coral reef fishes, Proceedings of the Royal Society London Ser. B. (Biology Letters Supplement, publised online 10.09.03), 271: S30-S33. LIRS catalog number 798.
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  • Patterson, H.M., M.J. Kingsford and M.T. McCulloch (2004). Elemental signatures of Pomacentrus coelestis otoliths at multiple spatial scales on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 270: 229-239. LIRS catalog number 827.
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  • Simpson, S.D., M.G. Meekan, R.D. McCauley and A. Jeffs (2004). Attraction of settlement-stage coral reef fishes to reef noise, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 276: 263-268. LIRS catalog number 841.
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  • Stieb, S.M., K.L. Carleton, F. Cortesi, N.J. Marshall and W. Salzburger (2016). Depth-dependent plasticity in opsin gene expression varies between damselfish (Pomacentridae) species. Molecular Ecology, 25: 3645-3661. LIRS catalog number 2038.
  • Stieb, S.M, F. Cortesi, L. Sueess, K.L. Carleton, W. Salzburger and N.J. Marshall (2017). Why UV vision and red vision are important for damselfish (Pomacentridae): structural and expression variation in opsin genes, Molecular Ecology, 26: 1323-1342. LIRS catalog number 2104.
  • Stobutzki, I.C. (1998). Interspecific variation in sustained swimming ability of late pelagic stage reef fish from two families (Pomacentridae and Chaetodontidae), Coral Reefs, 17: 111-119. LIRS catalog number 539.
  • Sweatman, H.P.A. (1984). A field study of the predatory behavior and feeding rate of a piscivorous coral reef fish, the lizardfish Synodus englemani, Copeia, 1: 187-194. LIRS catalog number 174.
  • Syms, C. (1998). Habitat association, disturbance dynamics, and the role of spatial scale in structuring coral reef fish assemblages, Ph.D. thesis, James Cook University, Townsville. LIRS catalog number 533.
  • Syms, C. and G.P. Jones (2000). Disturbance, habitat structure, and the dynamics of a coral-reef fish community, Ecology, 81(10): 2714-2729. LIRS catalog number 669.
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  • Wilson, D.T. and M.I. McCormick (1997). Spatial and temporal validation of settlement-marks in the otoliths of tropical reef fishes, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 153: 259-271. LIRS catalog number 560.
  • Wilson, D.T. and M.I. McCormick (1999). Microstructure of settlement-marks in the otoliths of tropical reef fishes, Marine Biology, 134: 29-41. LIRS catalog number 596.
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