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Contributions 301 to 400

  1. TSUDA, R.T., & S. KAMURA.   1991.   Floristics and geographic distribution of Halimeda (Chlorophyta) in the Ryukyu Islands.   Japanese Journal of Phycology 39:57–76.

  2. MATSON, E.A.   1991.   Water chemistry and hydrology of the "Blood of San Vitores", a Micronesian red tide.   Micronesica 24:95–108.

  3. MATSON, E.A.   1991.   Nutrient chemistry of the coastal waters of Guam.   Micronesica 24:109–135.

  4. BIRKELAND, C.   1990.   Caribbean and Pacific coastal marine systems:   Similarities and differences.   Nature and Resources 26(2):3–12.

  5. PAUL, V.J., & S.C. PENNINGS.   1991.   Diet–derived chemical defenses in the sea hare Stylocheilus longicauda (Quoy et Gaimard 1824).   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 151:227–243.

  6. HOPPER, D.R., & B.D. SMITH.   1992.   The status of tree snails (Gastropoda: Partulidae) on Guam, with a resurvey of sites studied by H.E. Crampton in 1920.   Pacific Science 46:77–85.

  7. DUFFY, J.E., & V.J. PAUL.   1992.   Prey nutritional quality and the effectiveness of chemical defenses against tropical reef fishes.   Oecologia 90:333–339.

  8. ROGERS, S., & V.J. PAUL.   1991.   Chemical defenses of three Glossodoris nudibranchs and their dietary Hyrtios sponges.   Marine Ecology Progress Series 77:221–232.

  9. TE, F.   1992.   Role of sediment in planula survival:   Responses when stressed.   Coral Reefs 11:131–134.

  10. VAN ALSTYNE, K.L., & V.J. PAUL.   1992.   Chemical and structural antipredator defenses in the sea fan Gorgonia ventalina:   Effects against generalist and specialist predators.   Coral Reefs 11:155–159.

  11. VAN ALSTYNE, K.L., C.R. WYLIE, V.J. PAUL, & K.D. MEYER.   1992.   Antipredator defenses in tropical Pacific soft corals (Coelenterata: Alcyonacea).   I.   Sclerites as defenses against generalist carnivorous fishes.   Biological Bulletin 182:231–240.

  12. ELDREDGE, L.G.   1991.   Annotated checklist of marine mammals of Micronesia.   Micronesica 24:217–230.

  13. PENNINGS, S.C., & V.J. PAUL.   1992.   Effect of plant toughness, calcification and chemistry on herbivory by Dolabella auricularia.   Ecology 73:1606–1619.

  14. LACSON, J.M., & D.C. MORIZOT.   1991.   Temporal genetic variation in subpopulations of bicolor damselfish (Stegastes partites) inhabiting coral reefs in the Florida Keys.   Marine Biology 110:353–357.

  15. LACSON, J.M.   1992.   Minimal genetic variation among samples of six species of coral reef fishes collected at La Parguera, Puerto Rico and Discovery Bay, Jamaica.   Marine Biology 112:327–331.

  16. LACSON, J.M., & C.P. BASSLER.   1992.   Biochemical systematics of fishes of the genus Stegastes (Pomacentridae) from the southern Marianas.   Marine Biology 113:457–462.

  17. NORRIS, D.   1991.   The distribution of two irregular echinoids (Maretia planulata Lamarck and Metalia dicrana Clark) in Apra Harbor, Guam.   Galaxea 10:89–95.

  18. MEYER, K.D., & V.J. PAUL.   1992.   Intraplant variation in secondary metabolite concentration in Caulerpa and its effects on herbivorous fishes.   Marine Ecology Progress Series 82:249–257.

  19. KERR, A.M., D.R. NORRIS, P.J. SCHUPP, K.D. MEYER, T.J. PITLIK, D.R.   HOPPER, J.D. CHAMBERLAIN, & L.S. MEYER.   1992.   Range extensions of echinoderms (Asteroidea, Echinoidea and Holothuroidea) to Guam, Mariana Islands.   Micronesica 25:201–216.

  20. PAUL, V.J., & K.L. VAN ALSTYNE.   1992.   Activation of chemical defenses in the tropical green algae Halimeda spp.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 160:191–203.

  21. KERR, A.M., E. STOFFEL, & R.L. YOON.   1993.   Abundance distribution of holothuroids (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) on a windward and leeward fringing reef, Guam, Mariana Islands.   Bulletin of Marine Science 52:780–791.

  22. PAUL, V.J., K.D. MEYER, S.G. NELSON, & H.R. SANGER.   1993.   Deterrent effects of seaweed extracts and secondary metabolites on feeding by the rabbitfish Siganus spinus.   Proceedings of the Seventh International Coral Reef Symposium, Guam, 1992, 2:867–874.

  23. CARLSON, C.H., & P.J. HOFF.   1993.   Three new Halgerda species (Doridoidea: Nudibranchia: Opisthobranchia) from Guam.   Veliger 36:16–26.

  24. PENNINGS, S.C., M.T. NADEAU, & V.J. PAUL.   1993.   Selectivity and growth of the generalist herbivore Dolabella auricularia feeding upon complementary resources.   Ecology 74:879–890.

  25. NELSON, S.G., & Y.M. CHIANG.   1993.   An exploratory analysis of the food habits of herbivorous surgeonfishes (Acanthuridae) from French Polynesia.   Proceedings of the Seventh International Coral Reef Symposium, Guam, 1992 2:920–926.
  26. COLLINS, L.A., & S.G. NELSON.   1993.   The effects of temperature on oxygen consumption, growth, and development of embryos and yolk–sac larvae of Siganus randalli Woodland (Pisces: Siganidae).   Marine Biology 117:195–204.

  27. LACSON, J.M., & S.G. NELSON.   1993.   Genetic distances among fishes of the genus Siganus (Siganidae) from the western Pacific Ocean.   Marine Biology 116:187–192.

  28. LACSON, J.M.   1994.   Fixed allele frequency differences among Palauan and Okinawan populations of the damselfishes Chrysiptera cyanea and Pomacentrus coelestis.   Marine Biology 118:359–365.

  29. KERR, A.M.     1993.   Low frequency of stabilimenta in webs of Argiope appensa (Araneae: Araneidae): An indirect effect of an introduced avian predator? Pacific Science 47:328–337.

  30. PENNINGS, S.C., & V.J. PAUL.   1993.   Sequestration of dietary secondary metabolites by three species of sea hares:   Location, specificity and dynamics.   Marine Biology 117:535–546.

  31. PAULAY, G.   1994.   Biodiversity on oceanic islands:   Its origin and extinction.   American Zoologist 34:134–144.

  32. VAN ALSTYNE, K.L., C.R. WYLIE, & V.J. PAUL.   1994.   Antipredator defenses in tropical Pacific corals (Coelenterata: Alcyonacea).   2.   The relative importance of chemical and structural defenses in 3 species of Sinularia.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 178:17–34.

  33. RICHMOND, R.H.   1993.   Coral reefs:   Present problems and future concerns from anthropogenic stress.   American Zoologist 33:524–536.

  34. PAULAY, G., & B.V. HOLTHUIS.   1994.   Biology and morphology of living Meiopriapulus fijiensis Morse (Priapulida).   Pages 158–165 in W.H. Wilson, Jr., S.A. Stricker, & G.L. Shinn, editors. Reproduction and Development of Marine Invertebrates.   The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.

  35. MATSON, E.A.   1993.   Nutrient flux through soils and aquifers to the coastal zone of Guam (Mariana Islands).   Limnology and Oceanography 38:361–371.

  36. PAUL, V.J., J.M. CRONAN, JR., & J.H. CARDELLINA II.   1993.   Isolation of new brominated sesquiterpene feeding deterrents from the tropical green alga Neomeris annulata(Dasycladaceae: Chlorophyta).   Journal of Chemical Ecology 19:1847–1859.

  37. NELSON, S.G., & S. DeC. WILKINS.   1994.   Growth and respiration of embryos and larvae of the rabbitfish Siganus randalli.   Journal of Fish Biology 44:513–525.

  38. MEYER, K.D., V.J. PAUL, H.R. SANGER, & S.G. NELSON.   1994.   Effects of seaweed extracts and secondary metabolites on feeding by the herbivorous surgeonfish Naso lituratus.   Coral Reefs 13:105–112.

  39. WILLIAMS, A.B., & L.G. ELDREDGE.   1994.   A new species of spider crab from Guam, Rochinia decipiata (Brachyura: Majidae).   Crustacean Research 23:1–4.

  40. KERR, A.M.   1994.   Shallow–water holothuroids (Echinodermata) of Kosrae, Eastern Caroline Islands.   Pacific Science 48:161–174.

  41. SONODA, K., & V.J. PAUL.   1993.   Effects of stony coral extracts on feeding by Acanthaster planci (Linnaeus, 1758).   Marine Ecology Progress Series 102:161–168.

  42. SCHUPP, P.J., & V.J. PAUL.   1994.   Calcium carbonate and secondary metabolites in tropical seaweeds:   Variable effects on herbivorous fishes.   Ecology 75:1172–1185.

  43. PENNINGS, S.C., & J. SVEDBERG.   1993.   Does CaCO3 in food deter feeding by sea urchins? Marine Ecology Progress Series 101:163–167.

  44. WARÉN, A., D.R. NORRIS, & J. TEMPLADO.   1994.   Descriptions of four new eulimid gastropods parasitic on irregular sea urchins.   Veliger 37:141–154.

  45. MATSON, E.A.   1993.   Fecal pollution in Guam's coastal waters and sediments.   Micronesica 26:155–175.

  46. DAYTON, C., A.C. SANTAYANA, & J.M. LACSON.   1994. Genetic evidence for reproductive isolation of the newly described unicornfish, Naso caesius, and its sibling Naso hexacanthus.   Marine Biology 118:551–554.

  47. DONALDSON, T.J., R.F. MYERS, J.T. MOYER, & P.J. SCHUPP.   1994.   Zoogeography of fishes of the Mariana, Ogasawara, and Izu Islands:   A preliminary assessment.   In A.   Asakura & T. Furuki, editors. Biological Expedition to the Northern Mariana Islands, Micronesia.   Natural History Research, Special Issue Number 1:303–332.

  48. PENNINGS, S.C., & V.J. PAUL.   1993.   Secondary chemistry does not limit dietary range of the specialist sea hare Stylocheilus longicauda (Quoy et Gaimard, 1824).   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 174:97–113.

  49. KROPP, R.K., & J. HAIG.   1994.   Petrolisthes extremus, a new porcelain crab (Decapoda, Anomura, Porcellanidae) from the Indo–West Pacific.   Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 107:312–317.

  50. KROPP, R.K.   1994.   The gall crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Cryptochiridae) of the Rumphius Expeditions revisited, with descriptions of three new species.   Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 42:521–538.
  51. RICHMOND, R.H.   1994.   Coral reef resources:   Pollution's impacts.   Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 9:54–57.

  52. PENNINGS, S.C., S.R. PABLO, V.J. PAUL, & J.E. DUFFY.   1994.   Effects of sponge secondary metabolites in different diets on feeding by three groups of consumers.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 180:137–149.

  53. SADOVY, Y., & T.J. DONALDSON.   1995.   Sexual pattern of Neocirrhites armatus(Cirrhitidae) with notes on other hawkfish species.   Environmental Biology of Fishes 42:143–150.

  54. PENNINGS, S.C.   1994.   Interspecific variation in chemical defenses in the sea hares (Opisthobranchia: Anaspidea).   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 180:203–219.

  55. RICHMOND, R.H.   1994.   Effects of coastal runoff on coral reproduction.   Pages 360–364 in R.N. Ginsburg, editor. Proceedings of the Colloquium on Global Aspects of Coral Reefs:   Health, Hazards and History.   Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami.

  56. DONALDSON, T.J.   1995.   Partitioning behavior and intra– and interspecific interactions:   A comparison between male and female groupers, Cephalopholis spiloparaea (Pisces: Serranidae: Epinephelinae).   Marine Biology 121:581–584.

  57. KERR, J.Q., & V.J. PAUL.   1995.   Animal–plant defense association:   The soft coral Sinulariasp. (Cnidaria, Alcyonacea) protects Halimeda spp. from herbivory.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 186:183–205.

  58. MEYER, K.D., & V.J. PAUL.   1995.   Variation in aragonite and secondary metabolite concentrations in the tropical green seaweed Neomeris annulata:   Effects on herbivory by fishes.   Marine Biology 122:537–545.

  59. DONALDSON, T.J.   1995.   Comparative analysis of reef fish distribution patters in the northern and southern Mariana Islands.   Natural History Research 3:227–234.

  60. DONALDSON, T.J.   1995.   Courtship and spawning behavior of the pygmy grouper, Cephalopholis spiloparaea (Serranidae: Epinephalinae), with notes on C. argus and C.   urodeta.   Environmental Biology of Fishes 43:363–370.

  61. PENNINGS, S.C., & T.H. CAREFOOT.   1995.   Post–ingestive consequences of consuming secondary metabolites in sea hares (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia).   Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 111C:249–256.

  62. DONALDSON, T.J.   1996.   Fishes of the remote southwest Palau Islands:   A zoogeographic perspective.   Pacific Science 50:285–308.

  63. PETERS, E.C., N.J. GASSMAN, J.C. FIRMAN, R.H. RICHMOND, & E.A. POWER.   1997.   Ecotoxicology of tropical marine ecosystems.   Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 16:12–40.

  64. DeMARTINI, E.E., & T.J. DONALDSON.   1996.   Color morph–habitat relations in the arc–eye hawkfish Paracirrhites arcatus (Pisces: Cirrhitidae).   Copeia 1996:362–371.

  65. KROPP, R.K.   1995.   Lithoscaptus pardalotus, a new species of coral–dwelling gall crab (Crustacea, Brachyura, Cryptochiridae) from Belau.   Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 108:637–643.

  66. KROPP, R.K., & R.B. MANNING.   1995.   Crustacea Decapoda:   Two new genera and species of deep–water gall crabs from the Indo–West Pacific (Cryptochiridae). Mémoires du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle 168:531–539.

  67. DONALDSON, T.J.   1995.   Courtship and spawning of nine species of wrasses (Labridae) from the western Pacific.   Japanese Journal of Ichthyology 42:311–319.

  68. PAULAY, G.   1996.   New records and synonymies of Hawaiian bivalves (Mollusca).   B.P.   Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 45:18–29.

  69. LUMBANG, W.A., & V.J. PAUL.   1996.   Chemical defenses of the tropical green seaweed Neomeris annulata Dickie:   Effects of multiple compounds on feeding by herbivores.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 201:185–195.

  70. PENNINGS, S.C., M.P. PUGLISI, T.J. PITLIK, A.C. HIMAYA, & V.J. PAUL.   1996.   Effects of secondary metabolites and CaCO3 on feeding by surgeonfishes and parrotfishes:   Within-plant comparisons.   Marine Ecology Progress Series 134:49–58.

  71. PAULAY, G.   1997.   Diversity and distribution of reef organisms.   Pages 298–353 in C.   Birkeland, editor. Life and Death of Coral Reefs.   Chapman & Hall, New York.

  72. PENNINGS, S.C., A.M. WEISS, & V.J. PAUL.   1996.   Secondary metabolites of the cyanobacterium Microcoleus lyngbyaceus and the sea hare Stylocheilus longicauda:   Palatability and toxicity.   Marine Biology 126:735–743.

  73. PAULAY, G.   1996.   Dynamic clams:  Temporal changes in the bivalve fauna of Pacific islands as a result of sea level fluctuations.   American Malacological Bulletin 12:45–57.

  74. BAUMAN, S.   1996.   Diversity and decline of land snails on Rota, Mariana Islands.   American Malacological Bulletin 12:13–27.

  75. PUGLISI, M.P., & V.J. PAUL.   1997.   Intraspecific variation in the red alga Portieria hornemannii:   Monoterpene concentrations are not influenced by nitrogen or phosphorus enrichment.   Marine Biology 128:161–170.
  76. MYERS, R.F., & T.J. DONALDSON.   1996.   New and recent records of fishes from the Mariana Islands.   Micronesica 28:207–266.

  77. PITLIK, T.J., & V.J. PAUL.   1997.   Effects of toughness, calcite level, and chemistry of crustose coralline algae (Rhodophyta, Corallinales) on grazing by the parrotfish Chlorurus sordidus.   Proceedings of the Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 1:701–706.

  78. V.J. PAUL.   1997. Secondary metabolites and calcium carbonate as defenses of calcareous algae on coral reefs.   Proceedings of the Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 1:707–712.

  79. GREEN, A.L., C.E. BIRKELAND, R.H. RANDALL, B.D. SMITH, & S. WILKINS.   1997.   78 years of coral reef degradation in Pago Pago Harbor:   A quantitative record.   Proceedings of the Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 2:1883–1888.

  80. RICHMOND, R.H.   1997.   Reproduction and recruitment in corals:   Critical links in the persistence of reefs.   Pages 175–197 in C. Birkeland, editor.   Life and Death of Coral Reefs.   Chapman & Hall, New York.

  81. THACKER, R.W., D.G. NAGLE, & V.J. PAUL.   1997.   Effects of repeated exposures to marine cyanobacterial secondary metabolites on feeding by juvenile rabbitfish and parrotfish.   Marine Ecology Progress Series 147:21–29.

  82. PENNINGS, S.C., S.R. PABLO, & V.J. PAUL.   1997.   Chemical defenses of the tropical, benthic marine cyanobacterium Hormothamnion enteromorphoides:   Diverse consumers and synergisms.   Limnology and Oceanography 42:911–917.

  83. HOLTHUIS, B.V.   In Press.   Genus group names in the Neritidae, Septariidae, Phenacolepadidae, and Shinkailepadidae:   Availability and validity.   Veliger:

  84. BIRKELAND, C.   1996.   Why some species are especially influential on coral–reef communities and others are not.   Galaxea 13:77–84.

  85. PAULAY, G.   1996.   Circulating theories of coral biogeography.   Journal of Biogeography 23:279–282.

  86. YOTSU–YAMASHITA, M., T. SEKI, V.J. PAUL, H. NAOKI, & T. YASUMOTO.   1995.   Four new analogs of polycavernoside A.   Tetrahedron Letters 36:5563–5566.

  87. NAGLE, D.G., V.J. PAUL, & M.A. ROBERTS.   1996.   Ypaoamide, a new broadly acting feeding deterrent from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula.   Tetrahedron Letters 37:6263–6266.

  88. PAULAY, G.   1997.   Productivity plays a major role in determining atoll life and form:   Tarawa, Kiribati.   Proceedings of the Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 1:483–488.

  89. NELSON, S.G., F.A. CAMACHO, J.E. PARHAM, R.B. TIBBATTS, T. LEBERER, & B.D. SMITH.   1997.   Distributions and habitats of Micronesian stream fishes.   Micronesica 30:83–91.

  90. HOPPER, D.R., C.L. HUNTER, & R.H. RICHMOND.   1998.   Sexual reproduction of the tropical sea cucumber, Actinopyga mauritiana (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea), in Guam.   Bulletin of Marine Science 63:1–9.

  91. AVILA, C., & V.J. PAUL.   1997.   Chemical ecology of the nudibranch Glossodoris pallida:   Is the location of diet–derived metabolites important for defense? Marine Ecology Progress Series 150:171–180.

  92. THACKER, R.W., M.A. BECERRO, W.A. LUMBANG, & V.J. PAUL.   1998.   Allelopatric interactions between sponges on a tropical reef.   Ecology 79:1740–1750.

  93. ROWAN, R., N. KNOWLTON, A. BAKER, & J. JARA.   1997.   Landscape ecology of algal symbionts creates variation in episodes of coral bleaching.   Nature 388:265–269.

  94. NAGLE, D.G., & V.J. PAUL.   1998.   Chemical defense of a marine cyanobacterial bloom.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 225:29–38.

  95. NAGLE, D.G., F.T. CAMACHO, & V.J. PAUL.   1998.   Dietary preferences of the opisthobranch mollusc Stylocheilus longicauda for secondary metabolites produced by the tropical cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula.   Marine Biology 132:267–273.

  96. AVILA, C., M. BALLESTEROS, M. SLATTERY, J. STARMER, & V.J. PAUL.   1998.   Phyllodesmium guamensis (Nudibranchia: Aeolidoidea), a new species from Guam (Micronesia).   Journal of Molluscan Studies 64:147–160.

  97. NAGLE, D.G., P.U. PARK, & V.J. PAUL.   1997.   Pitiamide A:  A new chlorinated lipid from a mixed marine cyanobacterial assemblage.   Tetrahedron Letters 38:6969–6972.

  98. BIRKELAND, C.   1997.   Symbiosis, fisheries and economic development on coral reefs.   Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12:364–367.

  99. PAUL, V.J., Y. SEO, K.W. CHO, J.–R. RHO, J. SHIN, & P.R. BERGQUIST.   1997.   Sesquiterpenoids of the drimane class from a sponge of the genus Dysidea. Journal of Natural Products 60:1115–1120.

  100. DONALDSON, T.J.   1999.   Assessing phylogeny, historical ecology, and the mating systems of hawkfishes (Cirrhitidae).   Pages 789–796 in B. Seret & J.-Y. Sire, editors.   Proceedings of the Fifth Indo-Pacific Fish Conference, Noumea (1997).   Société Française Ichtyologie, Paris.



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