2.73 4.68 0.00 Chromis insolata 2.48 2.41 4.63 Anthiinae 7.13 4.05 0.49 Apogon affinis 0.00 0.00 13.43 Coranthias tenuis 0.25 0.00 0.11 Apogon maculatus 4.44 2.97 0.71 Holocentrus
The control of pigment migration in isolated erythrophores of Holocentrus
Four species, Haemulon flavolineatum, Holocentrus
adscensionis, Lagodon rho mboides, and Lutjanus griseus, have mitochondrial control region and ITS1 divergence values corresponding to mean divergence times of 2,000 to 21,500 years which suggests colonization following the last glacial period 18,000 years ago.
(2007) studying Holocentrus
adscensionis, Chong and Gonzales (2009) studying Genypterus chilensis e Cortes and Aron (2011) studying Isacia conceptionis found the same pattern described here for H.
Littlehead porgy Calamus proridens Gulf toadfish Opsanus beta Great hammerhead Sphyrna mokarran Chain dogfish Scyliorhinus retifer Short bigeye Pristigenys alta Ocean triggerfish Canthidermis sufflamen Squirrelfish Holocentrus
adscensionis Cubbyu Pareques umbrosus Sand tilefish Malacanthus plumieri Night shark Carcharhinus signatus Yellowmouth grouper Mycteroperca interstitialis Triggerfish (family) Balistidae Rock hind Epinephelus adscensionis Goliath grouper Epinephelus itajara Wahoo Acanthocybium solandri Reticulate moray Muraena retifera Blackbar drum Equetus iwamotoi Round scad Decapterus punctatus Hake (genus) Urophycis sp.
leucostictus, Thalassoma bifasciatum, and Holocentrus
ascensionis, and individual mtDNA size heteroplasmy was sometimes noted in these species.
Single squirrelfish Holocentrus
adscensionis were frequently recorded sheltering under rock cavities, with high densities of black sea urchins (Fig.
Distinct diel and seasonal patterns of sound production by the longspine squirrelfish (Holocentrus
rufus) and bicolor damselfish (Stegastes partitus) also were recorded.
Illustration first published as Holocentrus
ittodai by Jordan and Fowler (1902:fig.
In isolated Holocentrus
ascensionis erythrophores incubated in 10 [mu]M A23187 and EGTA-buffered, external free [Ca.sup.++] below 5 X [10.sup.-6] M, pigment granules are also dispersed; above 5 X [10.sup.-6] M [Ca.sup.++] reversible aggregation is induced (Luby-Phelps and Porter, 1982).
More abundant in non-crest sites were Blue chromis, Yellowhead wrasse, Coney (Cephalopholis fulva (Linnaeus)), Longspine Squirrelfish (Holocentrus
rufus (Walbaum)) and Bicolor damselfish.