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Tue 13 Feb 2007

Proceedings of the 7th Indo-Pacific Fish Conference

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The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplement No. 14 (31 Jan 2007): Proceedings of the 7th Indo-Pacific Fish Conference

The PDFs of all articles are available at the Raffles Bulletin's pdfs page.


  • Preface. By Kwang-Tsao Shao. P. 1-3.
  • A short biography of Pieter Bleeker. By Kent E. Carpenter. Pp. 5-6.
  • Volumetric analysis of sensory brain areas indicates ontogenetic shifts in the relative importance of sensory systems in Elasmobranchs. By Thomas J. Lisney, Michael B. Bennett and Shaun P. Collin. Pp. 7-15.
  • Effect of arsenic on the enzymes of the Rohu carp, Labeo rohita (Hamilton, 1822). By Nchumbeni Humtsoe, Reza Davoodi, B. G. Kulkarni and Bhavita Chavan. Pp. 17-19.
  • Intraovarian sperm storage in Helicolenus dactylopterus dactylopterus: fertilization, crypt formation and maintenance of stored sperm. By Vila S., Sabat M., Hernandez M. R. and Munoz M. Pp. 21-27.
  • Spermatogenesis involving parasperm production in the marine cottoid fish, Hemilepidotus gilberti. By Youichi Hayakawa, Makito Kobayashi, Hiroyuki Munehara, Akihiko Watanabe and Kazuo Onitake. Pp. 29-35.
  • The curious holotype of Pristis dubius Bleeker, 1852 and the unravelling of Bleeker's sawfish taxonomy. By Martien J. P. van Oijen, Vicente V. Faria and Matthew T. McDavitt. Pp. 37-49.
  • Molecular phylogeny of Philippine freshwater eels Anguilla sp. (Actinopterygi: Anguilliformes: Anguillidae) inferred from mitochondrial DNA. Brian Wade D. Jamandre, Kang Ning Shen, Apolinario V. Yambot and Wann Nian Tzeng. Pp. 51-59.
  • The molecular phylogeography of Candidia barbata species complex (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from Taiwan. By Jui-Hsien Wu, Chi-Hsin Hsu, Lee-Shing Fang and I-Shiung Chen. Pp. 61-67.
  • Taxonomic revision and mitochondrial sequence evolution of the cyprinid genus Squalidus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in Taiwan with description of a new species. By I-Shiung Chen and Yung-Ching Chang. Pp. 69-76.
  • Molecular phylogeny of Chaetodon (Teleostei: Chaetodontidae) in the Indo-West Pacific: evolution in geminate species pairs and species groups. By Kui-Ching Hsu, Jeng-Ping Chen and Kwang-Tsao Shao. Pp. 77-86.
  • A new species of Halieutopsis (Lophiiformes: Ogcocephalidae) from Western North and Eastern Central Pacific Ocean. By Hsuan-Ching Ho and Kwang-Tsao Shao. Pp. 87-92.
  • Ryukyupercis, a new genus of pinguipedid fish for the species Parapercis gushikeni (Teleostei: Perciformes) based on the phylogenetic relationships of the family. By Hisashi Imamura and Tetsuo Yoshino. Pp. 93-100.
  • Three new species of Rhinogobius Gill, 1859 (Teleostei: Gobiidae) from the Hanjiang Basin, Southern China. By Shih-Pin Huang and I-Shiung Chen. Pp. 101-110.
  • Comparative analysis of 5'-end sequence of the mitochondrial control region of six flatfish species (Pleuronectidae) from the yellow sea. By Xiaoyu Kong, Jianzhong Yu, Lishi Zhou and Ziniu Yu. Pp. 111-120.
  • Tail spine characteristics of stingrays (Order Myliobatiformes) frequenting the FAO fishing area 61 (20N 120E - 50N 150E) of the Northwest Pacific Ocean. By Frank J. Schwartz. Pp. 121-130.
  • Preliminary observations on the reproductive cycle and uterine fecundity of the yellow stingray, Urobatis jamaicensis (Elasmobranchii: Myliobatiformes: Urolophidae) in Southeast Florida, U.S.A. By Daniel P. Fahy, Richard E. Spieler and William C. Hamlett. Pp. 131-139.
  • Migratory pattern and habitat use of tropical eels Anguilla sp. (Teleostei: Anguilliformes: Anguillidae) in the Philippines, as revealed by otolith microchemistry. By Alex A. Briones, Apolinario V. Yambot, Jen-Chieh Shiao, Yoshiyuki Iizuka and Wann-Nian Tzeng. Pp. 141-149.
  • Stage-structured population matrix models for the Formosan landlocked salmon (Oncorhynchus masou formosanus) in Taiwan. By Lii-Chang Chung, Hsing-Juh Lin, Shao-Pin Yo, Chyng-Shyan Tzeng and Cheng-Hsiung Yang. Pp. 151-160.
  • Predicting the magnitude of temporal variation in young-of-year class strength of surfperch (Teleostei: Embiotocidae). By Russell J. Schmitt and Sally J. Holbrook. Pp. 161-166.
  • The spawning and settlement season of Chlorophthalmus albatrossis along the Pacific coast of Japan. By Naoto Hirakawa, Naoki Suzuki, Yoji Narimatsu, Toshiro Saruwatari and Atsushi Ohno. Pp. 167-170.
  • Dietary selection by coral-feeding butterflyfishes (Chaetodontidae) on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. By Morgan S. Pratchett. Pp. 171-176.
  • Brotulotaenia (Teleostei: Ophidiiformes) larval development revisited: an apparently new type of mimetic resemblance in the epipelagic ocean. By Andrey V. Suntsov. Pp. 177-186.
  • Some biological features of rare and poorly-studied sculpins (Cottidae, Hemitripteridae, Psychrolutidae) in the Pacific Waters off the Northern Kuril Islands and Southeastern Kamchatka, Russian Federation. By Alexei M. Tokranov and Alexei M. Orlov. Pp. 187-198.
  • Size and age at recruitment and spawning season of sleeper, genus Eleotris (Teleostei: Eleotridae) on Okinawa Island, Southern Japan. By Ken Maeda, Nozomi Yamasaki and Katsunori Tachihara. Pp. 199-207.
  • Pelagic larval duration and morphology at recruitment of Stiphodon percnopterygionus (Gobiidae: Sicydiinae). By Nozomi Yamasaki, Ken Maeda and Katsunori Tachihara. Pp. 209-214.
  • Genetic variation in Trichiurus lepturus (Perciformes: Trichiuridae) in waters off Taiwan: several species or cohort contribution? By Kui-Ching Hsu, Nien-Tsu Shih, I-Hsun Ni and Kwang-Tsao Shao. Pp. 215-220.
  • Distribution and some biological features of four poorly studied deep benthic flatfishes (Pleuronectiformes: Pleuronectidae) in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean. By Alexei M. Orlov and Alexei M. Tokranov. Pp. 221-235.
  • How do teraponids utilize the reflective sandy beach? By Kazunori Arayama and Hiroshi Kohno. Pp. 237-243.
  • Patterns of microhabitat use by fishes in the patch-forming coral Porites rus. By Andrew J. Brooks, Sally J. Holbrook and Russell J. Schmitt. Pp. 245-254.
  • A long-term study of the sandy shore ichthyofauna in the Northern Red Sea (Gulf Of Aqaba) with reference to adjacent mariculture activity. By Daniel Golani and Amit Lerner. Pp. 255-264.
  • Mesopelagic fish community supplies, a biological pump. By Vladimir I. Radchenko. Pp. 265-271.
  • An underwater camera system for real-time coral reef fish monitoring. By Rong-Quen Jan, Yi-Ta Shao, Fang-Pang Lin, Tung-Yung Fan, Yueh-Yuan Tu, Hsien-Shiow Tsai and Kwang-Tsao Shao. Pp. 273-279.

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