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

Edit the description's bibliography

Animalia: Scaly Damsel (species: Pomacentrus lepidogenys)

Other references

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  • Fisher, R., J.M. Leis, D.L. Clark and S.K. Wilson (2005). Critical swimming speeds of late-stage coral reef fish larvae: variation within species, among species and between locations, Marine Biology, 147: 1202-1212. LIRS catalog number 934.
  • Gordon, T.A.C., H.R. Harding, K.E. Wong, N.D. Merchant, M.G. Meekan, M.I. McCormick, A.N. Radford and S.D. Simpson (2018). Habitat degradation negatively affects auditory settlement behavior of coral reef fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 115(20): 5193-5198. LIRS catalog number 2206.
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  • Johansen, J.L. (2012). Energetics of habitat use in planktivorous coral reef fishes: does specialization confer sensitivity to changing environmental conditions? PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1609.
  • Johansen, J.L. and G.P. Jones (2011). Increasing ocean temperature reduces the metabolic performance and swimming ability of coral reef damselfishes. Global Change Biology, 17: 2971-2979. LIRS catalog number 1490.
  • Klanten, S.O. (1998). Does morphology predict ecology in coral reef fishes? Honours thesis, James Cook University, Townsville. LIRS catalog number 625.
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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 (2002). In situ settlement behaviour of damselfish (Pomacentridae) larvae, Journal of Fish Biology, 61: 325-346. LIRS catalog number 771.
  • 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., C.B. Paris, J.-O. Irisson, M.N. Yerman and U.E. Siebeck (2014). Orientation of fish larvae in situ is consistent among locations, years and methods, but varies with time of day. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 505: 193-208. LIRS catalog number 1765.
  • 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.
  • Milicich, M.J. and P.J. Doherty (1994). Larval supply of coral reef fish populations: magnitude and synchrony of replenishment to Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 110: 121-134. LIRS catalog number 654.
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  • Nilsson, G.E. and S. Ostlund-Nilsson (2008). Does size matter for hypoxia tolerance in fish? Biological Reviews, 83: 173-189. LIRS catalog number 1195.
  • 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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  • 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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