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

Edit the description's bibliography

Animalia: species: Anilocra nemipteri

Other references

  • Binning, S.A. (2014). The effects of biotic and abiotic factors on fish swimming performance. PhD thesis, Australian National University. LIRS catalog number 1769.
  • Binning, S.A., D.G. Roche and C. Layton (2012). Ectoparasites increase swimming costs in a coral reef fish. Biology Letters, 9: 20120927. LIRS catalog number 1588.
  • Bruce, N.L. (1986). Australian Pleopodias Richardson, 1910, and Anilocra Leach, 1818 (Isopoda: Cymothoidae), crustacean parasites of marine fishes, Records of the Australian Museum, 39: 85-130. LIRS catalog number 221.
  • Grutter, A.S. (1997). Spatiotemporal variation and feeding selectivity in the diet of the cleaner fish Labroides dimidiatus, Copeia, 1997: 346-355. LIRS catalog number 505.
  • Jones, C.M. and A.S. Grutter (2007). Variation in emergence of parasitic and predatory isopods among habitats at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Marine Biology, 150: 919-927. LIRS catalog number 963.
  • Jones, C.M., T.L. Miller, A.S. Grutter and T.H. Cribb (2008). Natatory-stage cymothoid isopods: description, molecular identification and evolution of attachment, International Journal for Parasitology, 38: 477-491. LIRS catalog number 1185.
  • Roche, D.G. (2014). Effects of biotic and physical stressors on fish swimming performance and behaviour. PhD thesis, Australian National University. LIRS catalog number 1770.
  • Roche, D.G., S.A. Binning, L.E. Strong, J.N. Davies and M.D. Jennions (2013). Increased behavioural lateralization in parasitized coral reef fish. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 67: 1339-1344. LIRS catalog number 1643.
  • Roche, D.G., L.E. Strong and S. Binning (2013). Prevalence of the parasitic cymothoid isopod Anilocra nemipteri on its fish host at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australian Journal of Zoology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/ZO12130. LIRS catalog number 1617.
  • Strong, L. (2012). Effects of a cymothoid ectoparasite on the turning behavior (lateralization) of he Bridled Monocle Bream, Scolopsis bilineata. Undergraduate thesis, School for International Training. LIRS catalog number 1569.