An annotated checklist of the species of the Labroid
fish families Labridae and Scaridae.
Age structure and growth in a large teleost, Cheilinus undulatus, with a review of size distribution in labroid fishes.
Sexual patterns in the labroid fishes of the western Caribbean: 1.
Annual and spatial variation in recruitment of labroid
fishes among seven reefs in the Capricorn/Bunker group, Great Barrier Reef.
interrelationships revisited: Morphological complexity, key innovations, and the study of comparative diversity.
The roles of female mate choice and predation in the mating systems of some tropical labroid
A comparison of the feeding mechanisms of two herbivorous labroid
fishes, the temperate Odax pullus and the tropical Scarus rubroviolaceus.
maculipinna and several other labroid
species, we hypothesize that during metamorphosis, some shrinkage occurs and juveniles emerge at a smaller standard length than the presettlement larvae (S.
Size at sex change in protogynous labroids
, prey body size distributions, and apex predator densities at NW Hawaiian atolls.
Furthermore, local MC/EGC accumulations in parasitized rainbow trout are associated with persistent inflammatory reactions, and this has also been observed in several salmonids, catostomids, cyprinids, and labroids
. While MCs/EGCs were not detected here in the skin of the infected O.
Diel move- Species Family ment(*) 1) Pomacentrus moluccensis Pomacentridae SA 2) Pomacentrus amboinensis Pomacentridae SA 3) Pomacentrus wardi Pomacentridae SA 4) Pomacentrus lepidogenys Pomacentridae MV 5) Chrysiptera rollandi Pomacentridae SA 6) Thallassoma lunare Labridae HV 7) Halichoeres melanurus Labridae MV 8) Amblyglyphidodon curacao Pomacentridae MV 9) Labrichthys unilineatus Labridae MV 10) Ctenochaetus binotatus Acanthuridae HV 11) Coris schroederi Labridae MV 12) Labroides
dimidiatus Labridae SA 13) Labropsis australis Labridae MV 14) Scarus sordidus Scaridae HV 15) Stethojulis strigiventer Labridae HV (*) Diel movement: SA = site-attached, MV = low-medium vagility, HV = high vagility.