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Noun1.Pomacentrus - type genus of the Pomacentridae: damselfishes
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
beaugregory, Pomacentrus leucostictus - a blue and yellow damselfish of Bermuda and Florida and the West Indies
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The relationship between habitat physical complexity and recruitment of the coral reef damselfish, Pomacentrus amboinensis: an experimental study using small-scale artificial reefs.
Variation in the relationship between otolith weight and age: implication for the estimation of age of two tropical damselfish (Pomacentrus moluccensis and P.
(2005) in European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) and gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata), Munday and Wilson (1997) in coral reef fish (Pomacentrus amboiensis) and Feng et al.
The impairment of olfactory sensitivity as a result of water acidification is a phenomenon observed in juvenile of the reef orange clownfish Amphiprion percula (Lacepede, 1802) and damselfish larvae Pomacentrus wardi (Whitley, 1927) (Munday et al.
Plankton, algae, (omnivores) Pomacentridae Chromis viridis Plankton Pomacentridae Dascyllus aruanus Zooplankton, benthic invertebrates, algae Pomacentridae Dascyllus trimaculatus Algae, planktonic crustaceans (copepods) Pomacentridae Pomacentrus trilineatus Invertebrates, algae Pomacentridae Stegastes nigricans Algae, gastropods, sponges, copepods Pseudochromidae Pseudochromis spp.
A new species of damselfish (Pomacentrus: Pomacentridae) from Fiji and Tonga.
The densities of lemon damselfish (Pomacentrus moluccensis) found on highly complex coral reefs with predators were similar to densities found on reefs where predators were excluded, indicating that these complex coral habitats provided protection for this species (Beukers and Jones, 1997).
The Princess Damsel (Pomacentrus vaiuli) is commonly found on the leeward reef flat of Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
By studying two species of damselfish, Pomacentrus amboinensis and P.
According to a report by ABC News, the study shows a clear link between mothers producing the stress hormone cortisol, and the development of asymmetrical ears in the offspring of the common coral reef fish, Pomacentrus amboinensis.
To test whether the eggs of some common coral species on the reef are equally palatable to common planktivorous fish and, if not, whether the differences have a chemical basis, scientists at James Cook University and the University of New South Wales fed captive fish (Pomacentrus moluccensis) a selection of coral egg pellets.