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

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Animalia: species: Montipora monasteriata

Other references

  • Abrego, D., M.J.H. Van Oppen and B.L. Willis (2009). Onset of algal endosymbiont specificity varies among closely related species of Acropora corals during early ontogeny, Molecular Ecology, 18: 3532-3543.
  • Anthony, K.R.N. and O. Hoegh-Guldberg (2003). Variation in coral photosynthesis, respiration and growth characteristics in contrasting light microhabitats: an analogue to plants in forest gaps and understoreys? Functional Ecology, 17: 246-259.
  • Anthony, K.R.N., M.O. Hoogenboom, J.A. Maynard, A.J. Grottoli and R. Middlebrook (2009). Energetics approach to predicting mortality risk from environmental stress: a case study of coral bleaching, Functional Ecology, 23: 539-550.
  • Baird, A.H., J.R. Guest and B.L. Willis (2009). Systematic and biogeographical patterns in the reproductive biology of scleractinian corals, Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 40: 551-571.
  • Berumen, M.L. (2000). Influence of diet and habitat on the condition of butterflyfish, M.Sc. thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 719.
  • Dornelas, M. (2006). Coral assemblages and neutral theory. PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1626.
  • Dornelas, M. and S.R. Connolly (2008). Multiple modes in a coral species abundance distribution, Ecology Letters, 11: 1008-1016. LIRS catalog number 1145.
  • Fine, M., E. Meroz-Fine and O. Hoegh-Guldberg (2005). Tolerance of endolithic algae to elevated temperature and light in the coral Montipora monasteriata from the southern Great Barrier Reef, Journal of Experimental Biology, 208: 75-81.
  • Hoogenboom, M.O. and S.R. Connolly (2009). Defining fundamental niche dimensions of corals: synergistic effects of colony size, light, and flow, Ecology, 90(3): 767-780.
  • Hughes, T.P, A.H. Baird, E.A. Dinsdale, N.A. Moltschaniwskyj, M.S. Pratchett, J.E. Tanner, and B.L. Willis (2012). Assembly rules of reef corals are flexible along a steep climatic gradient. Current Biology, doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2012.02.068. LIRS catalog number 1560.
  • Kleemann, K.H. (1980). Boring bivalves and their host corals from the Great Barrier Reef, Journal of Molluscan Studies, 46: 13-54. LIRS catalog number 299.
  • Magnusson, S.H., M. Fine and M. Kühl (2007). Light microclimate of endolithic phototrophs in the scleractinian corals Montipora monasteriata and Porites cylindrica, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 332: 119-128.