Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Pomacanthus maculosus listed in key words.

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32153 Journal Article Bariche, M. 2010. First record of the angelfish Pomacanthus maculosus (Teleostei: Pomacanthidae) in the Mediterranean. aqua, International Journal of Ichthyology 16(1):31-33.
17775 Database REEF. 2008. Exotic Species Sighting Program and Volunteer Survey Project Database. Reef Environmental Education Foundation.
32154 Journal Article Salameh, P., Sonin, O., Edelist, D., and D. Golani. 2012. The first substantiated record of the yellowbar angelfish, Pomacanthus maculosus (Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Pomacanthidae) in the Mediterranean. Acta Ichthyologica Et Piscatoria 42(1):73-74. https://doi.org/10.3750/AIP2011.42.1.10.
13817 Journal Article Semmens, B.X., E.R. Buhle, A.K. Salomon, C.V. Pattengill-Semmens. 2004. A hotspot of non-native marine fishes: evidence for the aquarium trade as an invasion pathway. Marine Ecology Progress Series 266:239-244. http://www.reef.org/reef_files/meps_exotic.pdf.
32156 Journal Article Soeth, M., Adelir-alves, J., Loose, R., Daros, F.A., and H. L. Spach. First record of Pomacanthus maculosus (Perciformes, Pomacanthidae) in the south-western Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Fish Biology NA(NA):1-14. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.13791.



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