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

References that assist with identification

  • Allen, G., R. Steene, P. Humann and N. Deloach (2003). Reef fish identification: Tropical Pacific New World Publications Inc., Jacksonville, FL, USA.

Other references

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  • Leis, J.M. (2004). Vertical distribution behaviour and its spatial variation in late-stage larvae of coral-reef fishes during the day, Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, 37: 65-88. LIRS catalog number 858.
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  • Leis, J.M. and B.M. Carson-Ewart (2003). Orientation of pelagic larvae of coral-reef fishes in the ocean, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 252: 239-253. LIRS catalog number 779.
  • Leis, J.M. and D.L. Clark (2005). Feeding greatly enhances swimming endurance of settlement-stage reef-fish larvae of damselfishes (Pomacentridae), Ichthyological Research, 52: 185-188. LIRS catalog number 923.
  • Leis, J.M., H.P.A. Sweatman and S.E. Reader (1996). What the pelagic stages of coral reef fishes are doing out in blue water: daytime field observations of larval behavioural capabilities, Marine and Freshwater Research, 47: 401-411. LIRS catalog number 470.
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  • McCormick, M.I. (1994). Comparison of field methods for measuring surface topography and their associations with a tropical reef fish assemblage, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 112: 87-96. LIRS catalog number 723.
  • McCormick, M.I. and L.J. Makey (1997). Post-settlement transition in coral reef fishes: overlooked complexity in niche shifts, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 153: 247-257. LIRS catalog number 561.
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  • Siebeck, U.E. (2002). UV vision and visual ecology of reef fish, Ph.D. thesis, University of Queensland. LIRS catalog number 754.
  • 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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