Scarus aff. rubroviolaceus EP
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The Brazilian-endemic greenbeack parrotfish, Scarus trispinosus Valenciennes, 1840, is the largest herbivorous reef fish in the… Expand Parrotfish are key herbivores on coral reefs that can exert strong top-down control on algae, yet their unique jaws allow them to… Expand Herbivorous reef fish play an important role in shaping ecosystem processes on coral reefs. Often found in schools, Scarus… Expand The parrotfish Scarus maculipinna is described from 14 specimens from the eastern Indian Ocean, including the Andaman Sea and… Expand The motor patterns of the herbivorous feeding bite were investigated in two species of parrotfish (Cetoscarus bicolor and Scarus… Expand Erosion rates and sources of sediment ingested were quantified for the 2 most abundant parrotfish species on a leeward fringing… Expand On the fringing reef of Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, a comparative study was made of habitat use, diet selection, foraging… Expand Scarus obishime is described as a new species of parrotfish from the Ogasawara Islands from five specimens. It is characterized… Expand Thejuvenile colour patterns of 24 of the 27 parrotfish species presently recorded from the Great Barrier Reef are described. Two… Expand Schultz, Leonard P. The Taxonomic Status of the Controversial Genera and Species of Parrotfishes with a Descriptive List (Family… Expand