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Distribution and abundance of the introduced snapper Lutjanus kasmira (Forsskål, 1775) on shallow and mesophotic reefs of the Northwestern Hawaiian... | article
Fukunaga A, Kosaki RK, Hauk BB (2017)
BioInvasions Rec 6:259-268



Species identity and depth predict bleaching severity in reef-building corals: shall the deep inherit the reef? | article
Muir PR, Marshall PA, Abdulla A, Aguirre JD (2017)
Proc R Soc B


Fish assemblages associated with red grouper pits at Pulley Ridge, a mesophotic reef in the Gulf of Mexico | article
Harter SL, Moe H, Reed JK, David AW (2017)
Fish Bull 115:419-432



Using light-dependent scleractinia to define the upper boundary of mesophotic coral ecosystems on the reefs of Utila, Honduras | article
Laverick JH, Andradi-Brown DA, Rogers AD (2017)
PLoS ONE 12:e0183075



Trophic designation and live coral cover predict changes in reef-fish community structure along a shallow to mesophotic gradient in Hawaii | article
Kane CN, Tissot BN (2017)
Coral Reefs 36:891–901


Fitness consequences of habitat variability, trophic position, and energy allocation across the depth distribution of a coral-reef fish | article
Goldstein ED, D’Alessandro EK, Sponaugle S (2017)
Coral Reefs 36:957–968


Wariness of reef fish to passive diver presence with varying dive gear type across a coral reef depth gradient | article
Andradi-Brown DA, Gress E, Laverick JH, Monfared MAA, Rogers AD, Exton DA (2017)
J Mar Biol Assoc UK


A new mesophotic goby, Palatogobius incendius (Teleostei: Gobiidae), and the first record of invasive lionfish preying on undescribed biodiversity | article
Tornabene L, Baldwin CC (2017)
PLoS ONE 12:e0177179



Depth-dependent effects of culling—do mesophotic lionfish populations undermine current management? | article
Andradi-Brown DA, Grey R, Hendrix A, Hitchner D, Hunt CL, Gress E, Madej K, Parry RL, Régnier-McKellar C, Jones OP, Arteaga M, Izaguirre AP, Rogers AD, Exton DA (2017)
R Soc Open Sci 4:170027



40 Years of benthic community change on the Caribbean reefs of Curaçao and Bonaire: the rise of slimy cyanobacterial mats | article
De Bakker DM, Van Duyl FC, Bak RPM, Nugues MM, Nieuwland G, Meesters EH (2017)
Coral Reefs 36:355–367


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