Reference List

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

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14077 Journal Article Bouchon-Navaro, Y. 1981. Quantitative distribution of the Chaetodontidae on a reef of Moorea Island (French Polynesia). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 55:145-157.
14080 Journal Article Harmelin-Vivien, Mireille. 1989. Implications of feeding specialization on the recruitment processes and community structure of butterflyfishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 25:101-110.
14078 Journal Article Hourigan, T.F. 1989. Environmental determinants of butterflyfish social systems. Environmental Biology of Fishes 25:61-78.
14079 Journal Article Leis, Jeffrey M. 1989. Larval biology of butterflyfishes (Pisces, Chaetodontidae): what do we really know? Environmental Biology of Fishes 25:87-100.
14081 Journal Article Neudecker, Stephen. 1989. Eye camouflage and false eyespots: chaetodontid responses to predators. Environmental Biology of Fishes 25:143-157.
14082 Book Chapter Pyle, R. 2001. Chaetodontidae. Butterflyfishes. Pages 3224-3265 in Carpenter, K.E., and V.H. Niem, eds. FAO species identification guide for fishery purposes. The living marine resources of the Western Central Pacific. Volume 5. Bony fishes part 3 (Menidae to Pomacentridae). Fisheries and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy.
17775 Database REEF. 2008. Exotic Species Sighting Program and Volunteer Survey Project Database. Reef Environmental Education Foundation.
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.


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