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A comprehensive investigation of mesophotic coral ecosystems in the Hawaiian Archipelago
Although the existence of coral-reef habitats at depths to 165 m in tropical regions has been known for decades, the richness, diversity, and ecological importance of mesophotic coral ecosystemsExpand
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Life history of the Hawaiian blackhead triplefin, Enneapterygius atriceps(Blennioidei, Tripterygiidae)
SynopsisWe described aspects of the life history of the small, cryptic, triplefin blenny, Enneapterygius atriceps, collected from the mouth of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii. We examined otolithExpand
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Rapid Assessment of Nonindigenous Marine Species on Coral Reefs in the Main Hawaiian Islands1
ABSTRACT Coral reefs at Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Moloka‘i, Maui, and Hawai‘i were surveyed using a rapid assessment method for marine nonindigenous and cryptogenic species commonly found in Hawaiian harborsExpand
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Devil in the Details: High-resolution Dietary Analysis Contradicts a Basic Assumption of Reef-Fish Diversity Models
Abstract Reef-fish diversity models, unlike general diversity-gradient hypotheses, assume food specialization by reef fishes is too low to influence community structure. This assumption may be anExpand
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Life History Characteristics of a Small Cardinalfish, Ostorhinchus rubrimacula (Percoidei: Apogonidae), from Koro, Fiji1
ABSTRACT We describe aspects of the life history of the small cardinalfish Ostorhinchus rubrimacula from a single, large collection taken at Koro, Fiji. We determined size at maturity and batchExpand
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Dietary comparison of two Hawaiian monk seal populations: the role of diet as a driver of divergent population trends
Divergent trends in population abundance of Endangered Hawaiian monk seals Monachus schauinslandi are apparent between the northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) and the main Hawaiian Islands (MHI).Expand
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Relationships between Otolith Size and Body Size for Hawaiian Reef Fishes1
ABSTRACT Estimating body size of fishes from remains recovered from piscivores, archaeological sites, and sedimentary deposits is desirable but rarely accomplished because the relationships betweenExpand
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A New Species of Pseudambasia (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Lysianassidae) from Hawai'i, with a Key to Species in the Genus1
Pseudambasia kalaupapa, n. sp. from Moloka'i and O'ahu is described and illustrated and marks the first record of the genus from Hawaiian waters. A key to species of Pseudambasia is presented.
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