Works Cited


Home

Introduction

Coral Reefs

Life History

Herbivory

Study Site

Methods

Data

Results

Discussion

Acknowledgements

 


Ahhh, Bermuda
 

Bruggemann, Henrich J. et. al. “Foraging by the Stoplight Parrotfish Sparisoma viride. I. Food

Selection in Different, Socially Determined Habitats.” Marine Ecology Progress Series. 1994a. Vol. 106, pp. 41-55.

Bruggemann, Henrich J. et. al. “Foraging by the Stoplight Parrotfish Sparisoma virde. II. Intake

and Assimilation of Food Protein and Energy.” Marine Ecology Progress Series. 1994b. Vol. 106, pp. 57-71.

Bruggemann, Henrich J. et. al. “Comparative Analysis of Foraging and Habitat Use by the

Sympatric Caribbean Parrotfish Scarus vetula and Sparisoma viride (Scaridae).” Marine Ecology Progress Series. 1994c. Vol. 112, pp. 51-66.

Carpenter, Robert C. “Partitioning Herbivory and Its Effects on Coral Reef Algal Communities.”

Ecological Monographs. 1986. Vol. 56, pp. 345-364.

Deloach, Ned. Reef Fish Behavior: Florida Caribbean Bahamas. New World Publications 

Inc. Verona. 1999.

Harvell, C.D. et. al. “Emerging Marine Diseases – Climate Links and Antropogenic

Factors”. Science. 1999. Vol. 285, pp 1505-1510.

Illius et al “Mechanisms of Functional Response and Resource Exploitation in Browsing

Roe Deer.” Journal of Animal Ecology. 2002. Vol. 71, 723-734.

Lewis, Sara M. “The Role of Herbivorous Fishes in the Organization of a Caribbean Reef

Community.” Ecological Monographs. 1986. Vol. 56, pp. 183-200.

Pyke, Graham H. “Optimal Foraging Theory: A Critical Review.” Annual Review of

Ecology and Systematics. 1984. Vol. 15, 523-575.

“Rainbow Parrotfish (Scarus guacamaia).”Arkive: Images of Life on Earth. 2004. Wildscreen.

12 November 2004. <http://www.arkive.org/species/

GES/fish/Scarus_guacamaia/more_info.html>.

“Scarus guacamaia, Cuvier, 1829.” ITIS Report. 2004. 23 October 2004.

http://www.itis.usda.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=170814 

Schupp, Peter and Valerie J. Paul. “Calcium Carbonate and Secondary Metabolites in

Tropical Seaweeds: Variable Effects on Herbivorous Fishes.” Ecology. 1994. Vol.

75, 1172-1185.

Steelman, J.T. et. al. “Evolutionary History of the Parrotfishes: Biogeography,

Ecomorphology, and Comparative Diversity.” Evolution. 2002. Vol. 56, 961-971.

Thomas, Martin. “Coral Reefs of Bermuda.” Bermuda Zoological Society. The Bermuda

Biological Station for Research: Bermuda.

 

Images From:

http://www.rebeccabaldwin.com/parrotfish.jpg

http://www.bermuda.com/photoalbum/beaches/johnsmiths.jpg

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mapshells/north_america/bermuda/bermuda.htm

Image from http://www.fillexpress.com/img/localhuge/mhscales.jpg

image from http://ianandmanda.typepad.com/blog/coral-reef-thumb.jpg

http://www.arkive.org/species/GES/fish/Scarus_guacamaia

http://www.glasscrafters.biz/hdr/hdr_img/fp/03_Parrotfish.gif

Paul Humann Copyright 1999. Published in Reef Fish Behavior: Florida Caribbean Bahamas. New World Publications  Inc. Verona, Italy.
 

Michelle G. Pasquin. Copyright 1998. Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo, Bermuda.