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Movements and foraging of predators associated with mesophotic coral reefs and their potential for linking ecological habitats
Marine predators will often perform diel and seasonal movements associated with specific habitats. In tropical areas, mesophotic coral reefs may be an important habitat type for many predators, butExpand
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High levels of mesophotic reef fish endemism in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
The Papaha-naumokua-kea Marine National Monument surrounding the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) is the largest marine protected area in the United States and among the largest on Earth. TheExpand
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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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Structure of Mesophotic Reef Fish Assemblages in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs) support diverse communities of marine organisms with changes in community structure occurring along a depth gradient. In recent years, MCEs have gained attentionExpand
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Mesophotic surveys of the flora and fauna at Johnston Atoll, Central Pacific Ocean
Despite its extreme geographical isolation, numerous expeditions have surveyed the marine flora and fauna of Johnston Atoll. However, historical information about the marine biodiversity of JohnstonExpand
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Mass coral bleaching due to unprecedented marine heatwave in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (Northwestern Hawaiian Islands)
2014 marked the sixth and most widespread mass bleaching event reported in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, home to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM), the world’s second largestExpand
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Phylogeography, population structure and evolution of coral‐eating butterflyfishes (Family Chaetodontidae, genus Chaetodon, subgenus Corallochaetodon)
Aim: This study compares the phylogeography, population structure and evolution of four butterflyfish species in the Chaetodon subgenus Corallochaetodon, with two widespread species (Indian Ocean -Expand
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Prognathodes basabei, a new species of butterflyfish (Perciformes, Chaetodontidae) from the Hawaiian Archipelago
Abstract A new species of the butterflyfish genus Prognathodes is described from specimens collected at a depth of 55–61 m off Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. This species hasExpand
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Tosanoides obama, a new basslet (Perciformes, Percoidei, Serranidae) from deep coral reefs in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Abstract The new species Tosanoides obama is described from two specimens collected at a depth of 90–92 m off Kure Atoll and Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. It differs from theExpand
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Acoustic communication in territorial butterflyfish: test of the sound production hypothesis
SUMMARY Butterflyfishes are conspicuous members of coral reefs and well known for their visual displays during social interactions. Members of the genus Chaetodon have a unique peripheral arrangementExpand
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