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Behavioral Ecology, ISSN 1045-2249, 11/2016, Volume 27, Issue 6, pp. 1585 - 1591
Many animals exhibit size-assortative mating, and matching theory predicts this occurs because both males and females prefer bigger mates. Monogamy and... 
Coral reefs | Matching | Paternal care | Assortative pairing | Cardinalfish | Mate choice | POPULATION | cardinalfish | DETERMINANTS | CICHLID FISH | BEHAVIOR | mate choice | PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING FISH | matching | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | assortative pairing | coral reefs | COMPETITION | paternal care | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | SELECTION | FILIAL CANNIBALISM | SEXUAL-DIMORPHISM
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Behavioural Processes, ISSN 0376-6357, 09/2014, Volume 107, pp. 119 - 126
Coral reef fishes are characterised by extreme site fidelity and are often socially monogamous, forming pair bonds within larger social groups. Despite this,... 
Homing | Site fidelity | Pair formation | Cardinalfish | LAKE MALAWI | PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING CARDINALFISH | APOGON-DOEDERLEINI | BEHAVIOR | ROLE REVERSAL | MONOGAMY | PIPEFISH | ZOOLOGY | FISH | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | MATE FIDELITY | PSYCHOLOGY, BIOLOGICAL | FILIAL CANNIBALISM | Animals | Pair Bond | Sex Factors | Female | Male | Perciformes - physiology | Coral Reefs | Homing Behavior - physiology | Coral reefs and islands
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COPEIA, ISSN 0045-8511, 03/2019, Volume 107, Issue 1, pp. 36 - 60
Quinca mirifica Mees, 1966 is a relatively large cardinalfish endemic to western Australia that displays a combination of unusual traits for an apogonid,... 
PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING CARDINALFISH | EARLY ONTOGENY | PERCOMORPHA APOGONIDAE | ZOOLOGY | CARDINALFISHES PERCIFORMES APOGONIDAE | LIFE-HISTORY | PTERAPOGON-KAUDERNI | SPAWNING BEHAVIOR | EGG-PRODUCTION | FILIAL CANNIBALISM | BANGGAI CARDINALFISH
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Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, ISSN 0137-1592, 2013, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 237 - 250
Background. The paternal mouthbrooding Banggai cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni Koumans 1933, has an exceptionally restricted endemic range for a marine fish,... 
Reproduction | Growth | Length | Mortality | ELEFAN | Frequency | Diet and feeding habits | Maturity | Weight relation | diet and feeding habits | FISHERIES | ZOOLOGY | maturity | length-frequency | mortality | growth | length-weight relation | PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING FISH | reproduction
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Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, ISSN 0340-5443, 5/2004, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 59 - 64
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Environmental Biology of Fishes, ISSN 0378-1909, 8/2004, Volume 70, Issue 4, pp. 375 - 379
In a field experiment, we studied how levels of aggression in males and females in established pairs of the Banggai cardinalfish were influenced by the sex of... 
Environment, general | Nature Conservation | Hydrobiology | territorial defence | Zoology | sex roles | sex | Environment | Animal Systematics/Taxonomy/Biogeography | APOGON-NOTATUS | CANNIBALISM | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | FEMALES | ECOLOGY | MALES | PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING FISH | Sex roles
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Zoological Science, ISSN 0289-0003, 2002, Volume 19, Issue 7, pp. 801 - 807
Abstract The buccal morphology was compared between the sexes of the cardinalfish Apogon doederleini, in which males provide mouthbrooding. The brood size... 
osteology | functional morphology | mouthbrooding | Apogonidae | sexual dimorphism | Sexual dimorphism | Functional morphology | Mouthbrooding | Osteology | DIMORPHISM | ZOOLOGY | apogonidae | FISH | FILIAL CANNIBALISM | Litter Size | Animals | Fishes - anatomy & histology | Mouth - anatomy & histology | Reproduction - physiology | Female | Male | Seasons | Sex Characteristics | Fishes - physiology
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 08/1999, Volume 58, Issue 2, pp. 273 - 279
I investigated male and female sexual strategies of a cardinalfish, Apogon niger, which breeds in sandy areas at sporadic coral colonies. Males mouthbrood an... 
CONFLICT | OPERATIONAL SEX-RATIOS | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | SNAIL KITE | APOGON-DOEDERLEINI | COMPETITION | SEAHORSES | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | MATE DESERTION | PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING FISH | FILIAL CANNIBALISM | Corals | Research | Animal behavior | Fishes | Sexual behavior | Studies | Animal reproduction | Fish | Cannibalism | Animal migration
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Journal of Ethology, ISSN 0289-0771, 06/2000, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 5 - 10
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ISSN 0289-0003, 2002, Volume 19, Issue 7, pp. 801 - 807
The buccal morphology was compared between the sexes of the cardinalfish Apogon doederleini, in which males provide mouthbrooding. The brood size increased... 
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Fisheries Science, ISSN 0919-9268, 2000, Volume 66, Issue 5, pp. 947 - 954
Reproductive biology of Apogon lineatus in Tokyo Bay, Japan was studied by histological examination of the gonads and measurement of the gonadosomatic indices... 
Sexual maturity | Apogon lineatus | Spermatogenesis | Apogonidae | Spawning season | Fecundity | Oocyte maturation | DOEDERLEINI | sexual maturity | spawning season | PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING FISH | HYDRATION | fecundity | FINAL MATURATION | FISHERIES | FEEDING-HABITS | GROWTH | spermatogenesis | oocyte maturation | FILIAL CANNIBALISM | AGE | TELEOSTS
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