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Fishes of the Tropical Eastern Pacific
A comprehensive, color-illustrated guide to the marine fishes of the region extending from the central Gulf of California, southward to Ecuador. It covers 680 species, primarily species that inhabitExpand
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Spread of Diadema Mass Mortality Through the Caribbean
Populations of the ecologically important sea urchin Diadema antillarum suffered severe mass mortalities throughout the Caribbean. This mortality was first observed at Panama in January 1983; byExpand
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Social Control of Sex Reversal in a Coral-Reef Fish
Males of Labroides dimidiatus control the process of sex reversal within social groups. Each group consists of a male with a harem of females, among which larger individuals dominate smaller ones.Expand
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PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE TRUMPETFISHES (AULOSTOMUS): RING SPECIES COMPLEX ON A GLOBAL SCALE
Abstract The distribution of circumtropical marine species is limited by continental boundaries, cold temperate conditions, and oceanic expanses, but some of these barriers are permeable overExpand
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PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE PANTROPICAL SEA URCHIN EUCIDARIS IN RELATION TO LAND BARRIERS AND OCEAN CURRENTS
The pantropical sea urchin genus Eucidaris contains four currently recognized species, all of them allopatric: E. metularia in the Indo‐West Pacific, E. thouarsi in the eastern Pacific, E.Expand
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Sexual patterns in the labroid fishes of the Western Caribbean, II, the parrotfishes (Scaridae)
Warner, Robert R., and D. Ross Robertson. Sexual Patterns in the Labroid Fishes of the Western Caribbean, I: The Wrasses (Labridae). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 254, 27 pages, 11Expand
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Reef Fishes of the East Indies
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Temporal Coupling of Production and Recruitment of Larvae of a Caribbean Reef Fish
Variation in larval recruitment is thought to have profound effects on the structure of coral reef fish communities, and planktonic processes often are cited as the major factor controlling theExpand
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Ecological speciation in tropical reef fishes
The high biodiversity in tropical seas provides a long-standing challenge to allopatric speciation models. Physical barriers are few in the ocean and larval dispersal is often extensive, aExpand
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