Lizard Island Research Station publications 1999
Baker, A.C. (1999). The symbiosis ecology of reef-building corals. Phd thesis, University of Miami, USA.
Bandaranayake, W.M. and A. Des Rocher, 1999. Role of secondary metabolites and pigments in the epidermal tissues, ripe ovaries, viscera, gut contents and diet of the sea cucumber Holothuria atra. Marine Biology, 133: 163-169.
Chen, L. (1999). Ontogenetic development in post-settlement scarids (Pisces: Scaridae): transition in feeding modes. PhD thesis, James Cook University, Australia.
Cribb, T. H., Wright, T. and Bray, R. A. (1999). The genus Deretrema Linton, 1910 (Digenea: Zoogonidae) from southern Great Barrier Reef fishes, with a description of Deretrema woolcockae n. sp. Systematic Parasitology, 44: 139-144.
Crook, A.C. (1999). Quantitative evidence for assortative schooling in a coral reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 176: 17-23.
De Sloover, J. R. and M. Dufrene (1999). Flora and vegetation of Turtell V, Turtell Islands Group (Queensland, Australia). Bull. Jard. Bot. Nat. Belg./ Bull. Nat. Plantentuin Belg. 67: 45-97.
Gleibs, S and D. Mebs (1999). Distribution and sequestration of palytoxin in coral reef animals. Toxicon, 37: 1521-1527.
Harold, A.S and R. Winterbottom, 1999. Gobiodon brochus: a new species of gobiid fish (Teleostei: Gobioidei) from the Western South Pacific, with a description of its unique jaw morphology. Copeia, 1999(1): 49-57.
Hooper, J.N.A., S.E. List-Armitage, J.A. Kennedy, S.D. Cook, and C.A. Valentine (1999). Sponges of the Low Isles, Great Barrier Reef: an important scientific site, or a case of mistaken identity? Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 44: 249-262.
Hooper, J.N.A., J.A. Kennedy, S.E. List-Armitage, S.D. Cook, and R. Quinn (1999). Biodiversity, species composition and distribution of marine sponges in northeast Australia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 44: 263-274.
Hughes, T.P., A.H. Baird, E.A. Dinsdale, N.A. Moltschaniwskyj, M.S. Pratchett, J.E. Tanner and B.L. Willis (1999). Patterns of recruitment and abundance of corals along the Great Barrier Reef. Nature, 397 (7 January 1999): 59-63.
Leis, J.M. and B.M. Carson-Ewart (1999). In situ swimming and settlement behaviour of larvae of an Indo-Pacific coral-reef fish, the coral trout Plectropomus leopardus (Pisces: Serranidae). Marine Biology, 134: 51-64.
Leis, J.M. and I. C. Stobutzki (1999). Swimming performance of late pelagic larvae of coral-reef fishes: in situ and laboratory-based measurements. Proceedings of the Fifth Indo-Pacific Fish Conference, Noumea, 1997. Soc. Fr. Ichtyol., 1999: 575-583.
Losey, G.S., T.W. Cronin, T.H. Goldsmith, D. Hydes, N.J. Marshall, and W.N. McFarland (1999). The UV visual world of fishes: a review. Journal of Fish Biology, 54: 921-943.
Pankhurst, N.W., P.I. Hilder, and P.M. Pankhurst (1999). Reproductive condition and behavior in relation to plasma levels of gonadal steroids in the spiny damselfish Acanthochromis polyacanthus. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 115: 53-69.
Pratchett, M.S. (1999). An infectious disease in crown-of-thorns starfish on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs, 18: 272.
Randerson, J. (1999). Plenty of fish in the sea? BBC Wildlife Feb 99.
Ten Hove, H.A. (1999). Redescription of Spirobranchus gaymardi (Quatrefages, 1866) (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) from the Indo-Pacific with remarks on the Spirobranchus giganteus complex. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 126: 355-364.
Uthicke, S. (1999). Sediment bioturbation and impact of feeding activity of Holothuria (Halodeima) atra and Stichopus chloronotus, two sediment feeding holothurians, at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef. Bulletin of Marine Science, 64(1): 129-141.
Uthicke, S and R. Karez (1999). Sediment patch selectivity in tropical sea cucumbers (Holothurioidea: Aspidochirotida) analysed with multiple choice experiments. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 236: 69-87.
Wilson, D.T. and M.I. McCormick (1999). Microstructure of settlement-marks in the otoliths of tropical reef fishes. Marine Biology, 134: 29-41.
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