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

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Animalia: Blue-green Puller (species: Chromis viridis)

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.
  • Liu, S.Y.V., M.-N. Tuanmu, R. Rachmawati, G.N. Mahardika and P.H. Barber (2019). Integrating phylogeographic and ecological niche approaches to delimitating cryptic lineages in the blue–green damselfish (Chromis viridis). PeerJ, 7: e7384. LIRS catalog number 2354.

Other references

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  • Burger, M.A.A. and R.D. Adlard (2010). Four new species of Kudoa Meglitsch, 1947 (Myxosporea: Multivalvulida) from Australia with recommendations for species descriptions in the Kudoidae, Parasitology, 137: 793-814. LIRS catalog number 1318.
  • Caley, M.J. (1995). Community dynamics of tropical reef fishes: local patterns between latitudes, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 129: 7-18. LIRS catalog number 447.
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  • Cooper, W.J., L.L. Smith and M.W. Westneat (2009). Exploring the radiation of a diverse reef fish family: Phylogenetics of the damselfishes (Pomacentridae), with new classifications based on molecular analyses of all genera, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 52: 1-16. LIRS catalog number 1221.
  • Cowan, Z.-L., S.A. Dworjanyn, C. F. Caballes and M.S. Pratchett (2016). Predation on crown-of-thorns starfish larvae by damselfishes. Coral Reefs, DOI 10.1007/s00338-016-1491-3.. LIRS catalog number 1992.
  • Cowan, Z.-L., S.D. Ling, S.A. Dworjanyn, C.F. Caballes and M.S. Pratchett (2017). Interspecific variation in potential importance of planktivorous damselfishes as predators of Acanthaster sp. Eggs, Coral Reefs, 36: 653-661. LIRS catalog number 2112.
  • Eros, C.M. (1996). Acoustic repertoire in the territorial and courtship behaviour of Stegastes apicalis (Pomacentridae), M.Sc. thesis, James Cook University, Townsville. LIRS catalog number 497.
  • Feary, D.A. (2007). The influence of coral degradation on tropical fish community structure, Ph.D. thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1298.
  • Feary, D.A., G.R. Almany, M.I. McCormick, and G.P. Jones (2007). Habitat choice, recruitment and the response of coral reef fishes to coral degradation, Oecologia, 153: 727-737. LIRS catalog number 1052.
  • Fisher, R. (2005). Swimming speeds of larval coral reef fishes: impacts on self-recruitment and dispersal, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 285: 223-232. LIRS catalog number 1162.
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  • Grutter, A.S. (1997). Effect of the removal of cleaner fish on the abundance and species composition of reef fish, Oecologia, 111: 137-143. LIRS catalog number 504.
  • Habary, A., J.L . Johansen, T.J. Nay, J.F. Steffensen and J.L. Rummer (2016). Adapt, move or die - how will tropical coral reef fishes cope with ocean warming? Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.13488. LIRS catalog number 2001.
  • Holbrook, S.J., R.J. Schmitt, V. Messmer, A.J. Brooks, M. Srinivasan, P.L. Munday and G.P. Jones (2015). Reef fishes in biodiversity hotspots are at greatest risk from loss of coral species, PLOS One, doi10.1371/journal.pone.0124054. LIRS catalog number 1915.
  • Holmes, T.H. and M.I. McCormick (2010). Response across a gradient: behavioural reactions of newly settled fish to predation cues, Animal Behaviour, doi: 101016janbehav201011019. LIRS catalog number 1385.
  • Komyakova, V. (2009). Habitat characteristics as determinants of the local diversity and structure of coral reef fish communities, Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1302.
  • Komyakova, V., P.L. Munday and G.P. Jones (2013). Relative importance of coral cover, habitat complexity and diversity in determining the structure of reef fish communities. PLoS ONE, 8(12): e83178. LIRS catalog number 1701.
  • 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.
  • Lonnstedt, O.M. (2014). Predator-prey interactions and the importance of sensory cues in a changing world. PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1852.
  • Lonnstedt, O.M. and M.I. McCormick (2013). Ultimate predators: lionfish have evolved to circumvent prey risk assessment abilities. PLoS ONE doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075781, 8(10): e75781. LIRS catalog number 1711.
  • 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.
  • Messmer, V. (2010). From genes to ecosystems: patterns, processes and consequences of declining biodiversity in coral reef fish communities. PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1413.
  • Nadler, L.E. (2016). Behavioural and physiological effects of shoaling in a coral reef fish. PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1993.
  • Nadler, L.E., S.S. Killen, P. Domenici and M.I. McCormick (2018). Role of water flow regime in the swimming behaviour and escape performance of a schooling fish, Biology Open, 7, doi:10.1242/bio.031997. LIRS catalog number 2212.
  • Nadler, L.E., S.S. Killen, E.C. McClure, P.L. Munday and M.I. McCormick. (2016). Shoaling reduces metabolic rate in a gregarious coral reef fish species. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219: 2802-2805. LIRS catalog number 2009.
  • Nadler, L.E., S.S. Killen, M.I. McCormick, S.-A. Watson and P.L. Munday (2016). Effect of elevated carbon dioxide on shoal familiarity and metabolism in a coral reef fish, Conservation Physiology, 4, doi 10.1093/conphys/cow052. LIRS catalog number 2049.
  • Nilsson, G.E., J.-P.A. Hobbs and S. Ostlund-Nilsson (2007). Tribute to P. L. Lutz: respiratory ecophysiology of coral-reef teleosts, The Journal of Experimental Biology, 210: 1673-1686. LIRS catalog number 1043.
  • 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.
  • Piercy, J.J.B. (2015). The relevance of coral reef soundscapes to larval fish responses. PhD thesis, University of Essex. LIRS catalog number 1889.
  • Pratchett, M.S. (2001). Dynamics of outbreak populations of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci L.), and their effects on coral reef ecosystems, Ph.D. thesis, James Cook University, Australia. LIRS catalog number 762.
  • Pratchett, M.S., D.J. Coker, G.P. Jones and P.L. Munday (2012). Specialization in habitat use by coral reef damselfishes and their susceptibility to habitat loss. Ecology and Evolution, 2(9): 2168-2180. LIRS catalog number 1576.
  • Pratchett, M.S., N. Gust, G. Goby and S.O. Klanten (2001). Consumption of coral propagules represents a significant trophic link between corals and reef fish, Coral Reefs, 20: 13-17. LIRS catalog number 676.
  • Quattrini, F.G., R. Bshary and D.G. Roche (2018). Does the presence of an odd individual affect group choice? Behavioral Ecology, 29(4): 859-861. LIRS catalog number 2240.
  • Richardson, L.E., N.A.J. Graham, M.S. Pratchett, J.G. Eurich and A.S. Hoey (2018). Mass coral bleaching causes biotic homogeniszation of reef fish assemblages. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/gcb.14119. LIRS catalog number 2200.
  • Richardson, L.E., N.A.J. Graham , M.S. Pratchett and A.S. Hoey (2017). Structural complexity mediates functional structure of reef fish assemblages among coral habitats. Environmental Biology of Fishes, doi 10.1007/s10641-016-0571-0. LIRS catalog number 2066.
  • Simpson, S.D., A.N. Radford, S. Holles, M.C.O. Ferarri, D.P. Chivers, M.I. McCormick and M.G. Meekan (2016). Small-boat noise impacts natural settlement behavior of coral reef fish larvae. in: The effects of noise on aquatic life II. Popper, A.N. and A. Hawkins (Eds.). Springer Science and Business Media, New York. LIRS catalog number 2013.
  • Stewart, B.D. (1998). Interactions between piscivorous coral reef fishes and their prey, Ph.D. thesis, James Cook University, Australia. LIRS catalog number 593.
  • 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.
  • 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 (2001). Soft corals exert no direct effects on coral reef fish assemblages, Oecologia, 127: 560-571. LIRS catalog number 655.
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  • Webster, M.S. and G.R. Almany (2002). Positive indirect effects in a coral reef fish community, Ecology Letters, 5: 549-557. LIRS catalog number 741.
  • Wilson, D.T. (1995). The formation and ultrastructure of otolith settlement marks within a number of reef fish species, Honours thesis, James Cook University, Townsville. LIRS catalog number 467.
  • 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.
  • Öhman, M.C., P.L. Munday, G.P. Jones and M.J. Caley (1998). Settlement strategies and distribution patterns of coral-reef fishes, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 225: 219-238. LIRS catalog number 532.