Swimming abilities and orientation in reef fish larvae

ThRoewer

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I found a few interesting research papers on the swimming abilities of reef fish larvae and how they find reefs to settle on:

An analysis of the sustained swimming abilities of pre-and post-settlement coral reef fishes
IC Stobutzki, DR Bellwood - Journal of Experimental Marine Biology "¦, 1994

Nocturnal orientation to reefs by late pelagic stage coral reef fishes
IC Stobutzki, DR Bellwood - Coral Reefs, 1998

Development of swimming abilities in reef fish larvae
R Fisher, DR Bellwood, SD Job - Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2000

Sustained swimming abilities of the late pelagic stages of coral reef fishes
IC Stobutzki, DR Bellwood - Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1997

Effects of feeding on the sustained swimming abilities of late-stage larval Amphiprion melanopus
R Fisher, D Bellwood - Coral Reefs, 2001

Relative swimming speeds in reef fish larvae
DR Bellwood, R Fisher - Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2001

Ontogeny of critical swimming speed of wild-caught and laboratory-reared red drum Sciaenops ocellatus larvae
AM Faria, AF Ojanguren, LA Fuiman"¦ - "¦ Ecology Progress Series, 2009

The influence of swimming speed on sustained swimming performance of late-stage reef fish larvae
R Fisher, D Bellwood - Marine Biology, 2002

Interspecific variation in sustained swimming ability of late pelagic stage reef fish from two families (Pomacentridae and Chaetodontidae)
IC Stobutzki - Coral Reefs, 1998

Observed and simulated swimming trajectories of late-stage coral reef fish larvae off the Florida Keys
KB Huebert, S Sponaugle - Aquatic Biology, 2009

Monitoring larval fluxes through the surf zones of Australian coral reefs
P Doherty, J McIlwain - Marine and Freshwater Research, 1996

Energetic cost of sustained swimming in the late pelagic stages of reef fishes
IC Stobutzki - Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1997

Active habitat selection by pre‐settlement reef fishes
JC Montgomery, N Tolimieri, OS Haine - Fish and Fisheries, 2001

Maximum sustainable swimming speeds of late-stage larvae of nine species of reef fishes
R Fisher, SK Wilson - Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 2004

Attraction of settlement-stage coral reef fishes to reef noise
SD Simpson, MG Meekan, RD McCauley"¦ - Marine Ecology Progress "¦, 2004

Larval reef fish could use odour for detection, retention and orientation to reefs
J Atema, MJ Kingsford, G Gerlach - Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2002

Complex behaviour by coral-reef fish larvae in open-water and near-reef pelagic environments
JM Leis, BM Carson-Ewart - Environmental Biology of Fishes, 1998

Morphological predictors of swimming speed: a case study of pre-settlement juvenile coral reef fishes
R Fisher, JD Hogan - Journal of Experimental Biology, 2007

Localised coastal habitats have distinct underwater sound signatures
CA Radford, JA Stanley, CT Tindle"¦ - Marine Ecology "¦, 2010

In situ swimming speeds of the late pelagic larvae of some Indo-Pacific coral-reef fishes
JM Leis, BM Carson-Ewart - Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1997

Temporal patterns in ambient noise of biological origin from a shallow water temperate reef
CA Radford, AG Jeffs, CT Tindle, JC Montgomery - Oecologia, 2008

Light sensitivity in larval fishes: implications for vertical zonation in the pelagic zone
SD Job, DR Bellwood - Limnology and Oceanography, 2000

What the pelagic stages of coral reef fishes are doing out in blue water: daytime field observations of larval behavioural capabilities
JM Leis, HPA Sweatman, SE Reader - Marine and Freshwater Research, 1996

From record performance to hypoxia tolerance: respiratory transition in damselfish larvae settling on a coral reef
GE Nilsson, S Östlund-Nilsson"¦ - Proceedings of the "¦, 2007

Feeding greatly enhances swimming endurance of settlement-stage reef-fish larvae of damselfishes (Pomacentridae)
JM Leis, DL Clark - Ichthyological Research, 2005
 
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