The Losey Lab: Recent Publications


UV-Related Publications:

Losey, G. S. Crypsis and communication functions of UV-visible coloration in two coral reef damselfish, Dascyllus aruanus and D. reticulatus.. Animal Behavior: In revision

Zamzow, J. P. and G. S. Losey. 2002. Ultraviolet radiation absorbance by coral reef fish mucus: photoprotection and visual communication. Environmental Biology of Fishes 63: 41-47.

Nelson, P. A., J. P. Zamzow and G. S. Losey. 2001. UV blocking in the ocular humors of the teleost fish, Acanthocybium solandri (Scombridae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:1714-1718.

Losey, G. S., P. A. Nelson and J. P. Zamzow. 2000. Ontogeny of spectral transmission in the eye of the tropical damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae), and possible effects on UV vision. Environmental Biology of Fishes 59: 21-28

Losey, G. S., T. W. Cronin, T. H. Goldsmith, D. Hyde, N. J. Marshall and W. N. McFarland. 1999. The UV visual world of fishes: a review. Journal of Fish Biology 54: 921-943.

Losey, G. S. and T. W. Cronin 1997. The UV visual world of fishes. Proceedings of the 5th Indo-Pacific Fish Conference: Noumea, New Caledonia: 819-826.

Losey, G.S., Hawryshyn, C.W., McFarland, W.N., Lowe, E.R., Cronin, T.W. & Fiore, D. 1995. Ultraviolet imagery.In: Ultraviolet Radiation and Coral Reefs, D. Gulko & P.L. Jokiel, eds., HIMB Tech Report 41, UNIHI-Sea Grant-CR-95-03:219-222.

McFarland, W. N., Loew, E. R., and G. S. Losey. The ultraviolet world of Hawaiian fishes I: Microspectrophotometry. Copeia: In review.

Losey, G. S., J. P. Zamzow, P. A. Nelson and N. J. Marshall. The ultraviolet world of Hawaiian fishes II: Ocular transmission. Copeia: In review

Marshall, N. J., Losey G. S., and K. Jennings. The ultraviolet world of Hawaiian fishes III: Colors. Copeia: In review.

Marshall, N. J., McFarland, W. N., Losey, G. S., and Loew, E. R. The ultraviolet world of Hawaiian fishes IV: the Umwelt. Copeia: In review.

 

Other Recent Lab Member Publications:

Losey, G., Ross, D. & Higa, J. (2001) Estimating behavioral transition rates: problems and solutions. Ethology 107: 89-110.

Lu, Y., Q. Yu, J. P. Zamzow, Y. Wang, G. S. Losey, G. H. Balazs, V. R. Nerurkar, and R. Yanagihara. 2000. Detection of green turtle herpesviral sequence in saddleback wrasse (Thalassoma duperrey): possible mode of transmission of green turtle fibropapilloma. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 12:58-63.

Losey, G. S., A. S. Grutter, G. Rosenquist, J. L. Mahon and J. P. Zamzow. 1999. Cleaning symbiosis: a review. Pp 379-395 In: Almada, V. C., R. F. Oliveira, and E. J. Goncalves, eds. Behaviour and Conservation of Littoral Fishes. I.S.P.A.: Lisboa, Portugal.

G. L. Hasty and J. P. Zamzow. 1997. Ridge vegetation of Manoa valley (O’ahu, Hawai’i): things ain’t what they used to be. Hawaii Botanical Society 36:19-25.

Losey, G. S. (1995) review of Behaviour of Teleost Fishes. Edited by T. J. Pitcher. London: Chapman & Hall (1993)Pp. xviii + 715. in Anim. Behav.

Losey, G.S., Mahon, J.L. & Danilowicz, B. 1995. Innate recognition by host fish of their of their cleaning symbiont. Ethol. 100:277-283.

Losey, G. S. and P. Sevenster. 1995. Can threespine stickle-backs learn when to display? Rewarded displays. Anim. Behav. 49:137-150.

Zamzow, J. P. Cleaning symbioses between Hawaiian reef fishes and green sea turtles, Chelonia mydas, with and without fibropapillomas.Copeia: In revision

 

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