Hermaphroditic fishes of the Bahamas (list of references)

This discussion topic submitted by Brian J. Lampart (lamparbj@po.miamioh.edu) on 6/13/98.


References:


Textbooks:

Zoology. Dorit, Walker, Barnes. Saunders College Publishing. p 495. 1991.

fishes: an introduction to ichthyology. Moyle, Cech. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1996.


Articles:

Adler T. fishy sex: uncovering the wild ways of fish. Science News 148: 266-267, 1995.

Andrew TG, Buxton CD, Hecht T. Aspects of the reproductive biology of the concha wrasse, Nelabrichus ornatus, at Tristan da Cunha. Environmental Biology of fishes. 46: 139-149, 1996.

Leonard JL. sexual conflict in simultaneous hermaphrodites: evidence from serranid fishes. Environmental Biology of fishes. 36: 135-148, 1993.

Oliver AS. Size and density dependent mating tactics in the simultaneously hermaphroditic seabass Serranus subligarius (Cope, 1870). Behaviour. 134: 563-594, part 7-8 June 1997.

Peterson CW. Reproductive behavior, egg trading, and correlates of male mating success in the simultaneous hermaphrodites, Serranus tabacarius. Environmental Biology of fishes. 43: 351-361, 1995.

Peterson CW, Fischer EA. Intraspecific variation in sex allocation in a simultaneous hermaphrodite: the effect of individual size. evolution. 50(2): 636-645, 1996.

Raimondi PT, Martin JE. Evidence that mating group size affects allocation of reproductive resources in a simultaneous hermaphrodite. The American Naturalist. 138(5) 1206-1217, Nov 1991.


The preceeding is only references for my original posting.


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