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Food habits of reef fishes of the West Indies
The stomach contents of 5,526 specimens of 212 species of reef and inshore fishes representing 60 families were analyzed and grouped into major feeding categories, based on their principal food habits as determined from the data.
Fishes of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea
This lavishly illustrated volume provides exhaustive coverage of more than 90 percent of the region's reef fishes, including photographs of the juvenile, female and male in species that vary in appearance during their development.
Reef and Shore Fishes of the South Pacific: New Caledonia to Tahiti and the Pitcairn Islands
The South Pacific has long been in need of a comprehensive guide to reef and shore fishes. This volume covers the inshore fish fauna of New Caledonia, the Loyalty Islands, the southern Gilbert
Sponge-feeding fishes of the West Indies
No strong evidence is provided by data that fish predation is a significant factor in limiting sponge distribution in the West Indian region.
Grazing Effect on Sea Grasses by Herbivorous Reef Fishes in the West Indies
It is the author's opinion that if the pre-Columbian population of the green turtle could be restored and its fishery properly regulated, the enormous production of the sea grasses in the Caribbean region could be realized more fully for the benefit of man.
Observations on the Ecology of Epinepheline and Lutjanid Fishes of the Society Islands, with Emphasis on Food Habits
Food habits and habitats frequented by several groupers and snappers of the Society Islands were investigated preliminary to the introduction into Hawaiian waters from French Oceania of selected inshore marine fishes of food and sport-fishing value.
Examples of Antitropical and Antiequatorial Distribution of Indo-West-Pacific Fishes
Hubbs (1952) introduced the term "antitropical distribution" in reference to species found north and south of the tropical zone but not in the tropics. To this may be added the term "antiequatorial
Checklist of the shore and epipelagic fishes of Tonga
A checklist is given below of 1162 species of shore and epipelagic fishes belonging to 111 families that occur in the islands of Tonga, South Pacifie Ocean; 40 of these are epipelagic species. As
The Marine Gobies of the Hawaiian Islands
A total of 34 species of gobies (Teleostei, Gobiidae) are known from the Hawaiian Islands, four of which are freshwater species, but only marine species are illustrated and treated in detail.