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Aristotle's lantern[description, function, mechanism, nutrition] 1. description of operation of the lantern [Photo]
Aristotle's lantern[adaptive morphology, Aristotles lantern, cartoon, nutrition, quiz] 1. how would Aristotle himself explain the relationship between relative lantern size, human population density, fishing pressure, and algal abundance? [Drawing]
atoll reef[] 1. description of deep-sea type of atoll reefs [Photo|Drawing]
atoll reef shelf[] 1. description of shelf type of atoll reef [Photo]
bacteria[photo courtesy, water flow] 1. photograph courtesy John Smit, University of British Columbia Smit [Photo]
bacteria[global warming, larva, settlement] 1. investigation of bacterial types around coral reefs that facilitate settlement of planula larvae CARMABI [Text only]
barrel sponge[] 1.
barrier reef[] 1. description of barrier reef in Belize [Photo]
batfish[ambush predator, behaviour, morphology, nutrition, ram suction] 1. description of ram-suction type of gulping when taking in a prey Wainwright & Richard [Drawing]
blast fishing[conservation, fishing] 1. description of blast fishing in Suluwesi, Indonesia Fox & Erdmann [Photo]
blast fishing[photo courtesy] 1. photo of dea fishes and coral damage courtesy T. Heeger Heeger [Photo]
blue green alga[cyanobacteria, nutrition] 1. eaten by few reef organisms, such as opisthobranch molluscs [Photo]
brittle star[cartoon, dispersal, juvenile] 1. juveniles of different species discuss their various physical features that would promote flotation for dispersal [Drawing]
cartoon[behaviour, defense, nocturnal] 1. fanciful conversation between a few daytime-resting invertebrates in a crevice [Drawing]
ciguatera [cartoon, ciguatoxin, poison] 1. discussion between a blue chromis and yellow-tail damselfish regarding relative sensitivities to ciguatoxin poisoning [Drawing]
ciguatera [treatment] 1. treatment for ciguatera poisoning [Text only]
cnidaria[chemical, defense, nematocyst, toxicity] 1. common defense of cnidarians such as anemones, gorgonians, and corals is nematocysts [Video]
coloration[function] 1. brief review of how colours in reef fishes act in camouflage [Text only]
colour[creation] 1. start of section on how colours are created in reef organisms
colour[perception] 1. differential colour attenuation with water depth [Drawing]
colour[diversity] 1. video showing variety of colours of coral-reef organisms [Video]
colour[video courtesy] 1. video courtesy Andy Stockbridge, Belize [Video]
colour[function] 1. quiz on all possible functions of colours in coral-reef organisms Marshall et al. [Table of Data]
colour[function] 1. list of most probable functions of colours in coral-reef organisms 2. most relate to social and defense functions [Text only]
colour vision[quiz] 1. quiz on which reef organisms can see in colour [Table of Data]
colour vision[camouflage, coloration, function, ultraviolet, vision] 1. red-coloured shrimps might stand out at depth to a predator with ultraviolet perception Losey et al.
colour vision[function, perception, ultraviolet, vision] 1. UV wavelengths in water are polarised, thus possibly giving special information on patterns to a UV-sensitive fish Marshall et al. [Photo]
colour vision[function, perception, ultraviolet, vision, protection] 1. UV-sensitive fishes may be able to avoid regions of potentially dangerous UV irradiation Marshall et al. [Photo]
colour vision[function, perception, ultraviolet, vision, protection] 1. UV reflection by a fish may give it a sort of camouflaging Losey et al. [Photo]
coprophagy[coprophagy, feces, feeding, quiz] 1. quiz on nutritional benefit of eating one fishes' feces over another's [Text only]