Publications

Specimens from the SIO Collection have contributed to the completion of over 1,400 scientific publications, including over 1,350 since 1958. Publications for the last ten years are listed below.

2021

(As of August 10th)

  1. Cordova, J.A. and Ebert, D.A. 2021. Apristurus manocheriani (Carcharhiniformes: Pentanchidae), a new species of catshark from the Southwest Indian Ocean. Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation, 38:13-26. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5081131 
  2. Dale, K.E., Ramírez-Valdez, A., McCosker, J.E. and Love, M.S. 2021. Revising geographic distributions of eastern Pacific moray eels. Bulletin of Marine Science, 97(2):305-326. https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2020.0060 
  3. Ghedotti, M.J., DeKay, H.M., Maile, A.J., Smith, W.L. and Davis, M.P. 2021. Anatomy and evolution of bioluminescent organs in the slimeheads (Teleostei: Trachichthyidae). Journal of Morphology, 282(6):820-832. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmor.21349 
  4. Gold, Z., Curd, E.E., Goodwin, K.D., Choi, E.S., Frable, B.W., Thompson, A.R., Walker, H.J., Burton, R.S., Kacev, D., Martz, L.D. and Barber, P.H. 2021. Improving metabarcoding taxonomic assignment: A case study of fishes in a large marine ecosystem. Molecular Ecology Resources, 00:1–19. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13450 
  5. Hastings, P.A. 2021. The Pandemic Blenny, Coralliozetus clausus, a new species of tube blenny endemic to Isla del Coco, Costa Rica (Teleostei: Chaenopsidae). Zootaxa, 4926(2): 296–300. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4926.2.10  
  6. Leitner, A.B., Durden, J.M., Smith, C.R., Klingberg, E.D. and Drazen, J.C. 2021. Synaphobranchid eel swarms on abyssal seamounts: Largest aggregation of fishes ever observed at abyssal depths. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 167:103423. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr.2020.103423 
  7. Mincarone, M.M., Plachetzki, D., McCord, C.L., Winegard, T.M., Fernholm, B., Gonzalez, C.J. and Fudge, D.S. 2021. Review of the hagfishes (Myxinidae) from the Galapagos Islands, with descriptions of four new species and their phylogenetic relationships. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 192(2):453-474. https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlaa178 
  8. Orr, J.W. 2021. Three New Small Snailfishes of the Genus Careproctus (Teleostei: Cottiformes: Liparidae) from the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Ichthyology & Herpetology, 109(2): 456-466. https://doi.org/10.1643/i2020127 
  9. Silbernagel, C., Shane, M. and Drawbridge, M. 2021. Quality considerations and malformation surveillance in a marine stocking program. Bulletin of Marine Science, 97(2): https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2020.0038 
  10. Stevenson, D.E., Orr, J.W. and Kai, Y. 2021. Revision of the Tubenose Poacher Genus Pallasina Cramer (Perciformes: Cottoidei: Agonidae). Ichthyology & Herpetology, 109(1):165-179. https://doi.org/10.1643/i2020049 
  11. Tavera, J., S. Rojas-Vélez, and E. Londoño-Cruz. 2021. A new species of the genus Acyrtus on the eastern Pacific: A cornerstone for the evolution and biogeography of the genus. Journal of Fish Biology n/a. doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.14860 

 

2020

  1. Conway, K.W., King, C.D., Summers, A.P., Kim, D., Hastings, P.A., Moore, G.I., Iglésias, S.P., Erdmann, M.V., Baldwin, C.C., Short, G. and Fujiwara, K. 2020. Molecular phylogenetics of the clingfishes (Teleostei: Gobiesocidae)—implications for classification. Copeia108(4):886-906. https://doi.org/10.1643/CI2020054
  2. Duke, E.M. and Burton, R.S. 2020. Efficacy of metabarcoding for identification of fish eggs evaluated with mock communities. Ecology and Evolution, 10(7):3463-3476.
  3. Frable, B.W., McCrea, M.H., Love, M.S. and Craig, M.T. 2020. A new maximum size for the family Nomeidae and the third record of a longfin cigarfish, Cubiceps paradoxus (Stromateoidei: Nomeidae) from California, USA. Journal of Fish Biology97(5):1573-1575. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.14516
  4. Frable, B.W. and Stevenson, D.E. 2020. First Record of Platyberyx rhyton (Teleostei: Perciformes: Caristiidae) Outside of Japanese Waters and Description of Juvenile Morphology. Species Diversity25(2): 377-380. https://doi.org/10.12782/specdiv.25.377
  5. Girard, M.G., Davis, M.P. and Smith, W.L. 2020. The phylogeny of carangiform fishes: morphological and genomic investigations of a new fish clade. Copeia108(2):265-298. https://doi.org/10.1643/CI-19-320
  6. Gold, Z.J., 2020. Design and implementation of environmental DNA metabarcoding methods for monitoring the Southern California marine protected area network. (Doctoral Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles).
  7. Hastings, P.A., Eytan, R. and Summers, A.P. 2020. A new species of Acanthemblemaria from the Caribbean coast of South America with notes on Acanthemblemaria johnsoni (Teleostei:  Chaenopsidae). Zootaxa 4816 (2):209–216.  https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4816.2.5.  
  8. Hongjamrassilp, W., Murase, A., Miki, R. and Hastings, P.A. 2020. Journey to the west: trans-Pacific historical biogeography of fringehead blennies in the genus Neoclinus (Teleostei: Blenniiformes). Zoological Studies, 59:e9. https://dx.doi.org/10.6620%2FZS.2020.59-09
  9. Jawad, L.A., Orlov, A.M. and Grigorov, I.V. 2020. Identification of two species of the genus Antimora Günther, 1878 (Pisces: Moridae) using some osteological characters. Cah. Biol. Mar61:323-342. http://doi.org/10.21411/CBM.A.82977BD
  10. Kruppert, S., Chu, F., Stewart, M.C., Schmitz, L. and Summers, A.P. 2020. Ontogeny and potential function of poacher armor (Actinopterygii: Agonidae). Journal of Morphology281(9):1018-1028. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmor.21223
  11. Love, M.S. and Passarelli, J.K. eds. 2020. Miller and Lea's Guide to the Coastal Marine Fishes of California (Vol. 3556). UCANR Publications.
  12. Lowry, M. S., Curtis, K.A.  and Boerger,  C.M. 2020. Measurements and regressions of otoliths, cephalopod beaks, and other prey hard parts used to reconstruct California Current predator diet composition. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SWFSC-637. https://doi.org/10.25923/07ew-8f35
  13. Maile, A.J., May, Z.A., DeArmon, E.S., Martin, R.P. and Davis, M.P. 2020. Marine habitat transitions and body-shape evolution in lizardfishes and their allies (Aulopiformes). Copeia108(4):820-832. https://doi.org/10.1643/CG-19-300
  14. Martin, R.P. and Davis, M.P. 2020. The evolution of specialized dentition in the deep‐sea lanternfishes (Myctophiformes). Journal of morphology, 281(4-5):536-555. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmor.21120 
  15. McCosker, J.E., Bogorodsky, S.V., Mal, A.O. and Alpermann, T.J. 2020. Description of a new snake eel Ophichthus olivaceus (Teleostei: Anguilliformes, Ophichthidae) from the Red Sea. Zootaxa, 4750(1):31-48. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4750.1.2 
  16. Orr, J.W., Pitruk, D.L., Manning, R., Stevenson, D.E., Gardner, J.R. and Spies, I. 2020. A new species of snailfish (Cottiformes: Liparidae) closely related to Careproctus melanurus of the eastern North Pacific. Copeia108(4):711-726. https://doi.org/10.1643/CI2020008
  17. Pietsch, T.W. and Arnold, R.J. 2020. Frogfishes: Biodiversity, Zoogeography, and Behavioral Ecology. JHU Press.
  18. Quan, H., Yang, W., Lapeyriere, M., Schaible, E., Ritchie, R.O. and Meyers, M.A. 2020. Structure and mechanical adaptability of a modern elasmoid fish scale from the common carp. Matter, 3(3):842-863. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matt.2020.05.011 
  19. Sandoval, J.A., Sommers, J., Peddireddy, K.R., Robertson-Anderson, R.M., Tolley, M.T. and Deheyn, D.D. 2020. Toward bioinspired wet adhesives: lessons from assessing surface structures of the suction disc of intertidal clingfish. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12(40):45460-45475. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.0c10749 
  20. Shimada, K., Becker, M.A. and Griffiths, M.L. 2020. Body, jaw, and dentition lengths of macrophagous lamniform sharks, and body size evolution in Lamniformes with special reference to ‘off-the-scale’ gigantism of the megatooth shark, Otodus megalodon. Historical Biology, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2020.1812598 
  21. Song, Y.S. and Kim, J.K. 2020a. Range expansion and redescription of the hagfish Eptatretus walkeri (Myxiniformes: Myxinidae) from Northeast Asia and its distinction from E. atamiJournal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity13(2): 182-188. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.japb.2020.01.003
  22. Song, Y.S. and Kim, J.K. 2020b. Molecular phylogeny and classification of the family Myxinidae (Cyclostomata: Myxiniformes) using the supermatrix method. Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity13(4):533-538. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.japb.2020.09.006
  23. Sternes, P.C. and Shimada, K. 2020. Body forms in sharks (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii) and their functional, ecological, and evolutionary implications. Zoology, 140: 125799. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.zool.2020.125799 
  24. Thys, T.M., Hays, G.C., and Houghton, J.D.R., Eds.2020. The Ocean Sunfishes: Evolution, Biology and Conservation (1st ed.). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9780429343360 
  25. Victor, B.C., Teitelbaum, A. and Randall, J.E. 2020. Pseudanthias timanoa, a new fairy basslet from New Caledonia, South Pacific (Teleostei: Serranidae: Anthiadinae). Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation36: 6-15. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4050419
  26. Walker, H.J. Jr., Hastings, P.A., Hyde, J.R. Lea, R.N., Snodgrass, O.E., and Bellquist, L.F.. 2020. Unusual occurrences of fishes in the southern California current system during the warm water period of 2014–2018. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 236:1-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2020.106634

 

2019

  1. Becerril-García, E.E., Rosales-Nanduca, H., Paniagua-Mendoza, A., Robles-Hernández, R. and Elorriaga-Verplancken, F.R. 2019. Records of Whalesuckers (Remora australis) on Short-Beaked Common Dolphins (Delphinus delphis) in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Aquatic Mammals 45(3):299-302.
  2. Burton E.J., Lea R.N. 2019. Annotated checklist of fishes from Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary with notes on extralimital species. ZooKeys 887: 1–119.
  3. Buser, T.J., Finnegan, D.L., Summers, A.P. and Kolmann, M.A. 2019. Have niche, will travel. New means of linking diet and ecomorphology reveals niche conservatism in freshwater cottoid fishes. Integrative Organismal Biology 1(1):p.obz023.
  4. Cruz-Acevedo, E., Salas-Singh, C. and Aguirre-Villaseñor, H., 2019. Distribution of Dibranchus species (Pisces: Ogcocephalidae) from the Eastern Central Pacific and their relationship with environmental factors. Marine Biodiversity 49(1):333-343.
  5. De La Cruz-Aguero, J., Gonzalez-Armas, R., Garcia-Rodriguez, F.J., and Cota-Comez, V.M.  2019.  First record of a specimen of the shortbill spearfish Tetrapturus angustirostris Tanaka, 1915 in the Pacific coast of Mexico.  Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research 47(4):677-683.
  6. Espíndola, V.C., 2019. Phylogenetic relationship of the Anguilliformes (Teleostei: Elopomorpha) with an emphasis in cephalic morphology (Doctoral dissertation, Universidade de São Paulo).
  7. Frable, B.W., and Tea, Y-K.  2019.  A new species of damselfish (Teleostei: Pomacentridae: Pomacentrus) from Nosy Faho, Madagascar.  Copeia 107(2):323-331.
  8. Garcia, E., Rice, C.A., Eernisse, D.J., Forsgren, K.L., Quimbayo, J.P. and Rouse, G.W., 2019. Systematic relationships of sympatric pipefishes (Syngnathus spp.): a mismatch between morphological and molecular variation. Journal of Fish Biology.
  9. Guzzo, F., 2019. Comparative brain anatomy of lamniform sharks (Elasmobranchii: Lamniformes) and its implications to function, behavioral ecology, and evolution. (Masters Thesis, DePaul University)
  10. Hastings, P.A.  2019.  Evolution of sexual dimorphism in tube blennies (Teleostei: Chaenopsidae).  Integrative Organismal Biology, doi:10.1093/iob/obz003, pp 1-22.
  11. Jones, W.A., and Checkley, D.M., Jr.  2019.  Mesopelagic fishes dominate otolith record of past two millennia in the Santa Barbara Basin.  Nature Communications (4564), https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-12600-z
  12. Larsen, M.E., Abel, D.C., Crane, D.P., Parker, S.L., Yancey, P.H., Keller, B.A. and Grubbs, R.D. 2019. Unique osmoregulatory morphology in primitive sharks: an intermediate state between holocephalan and derived shark secretory morphology. Journal of Fish Biology.
  13. Ludt, W.B., Bernal, M.A., Kenworthy, E., Salas, E. and Chakrabarty, P., 2019. Genomic, ecological, and morphological approaches to investigating species limits: A case study in modern taxonomy from Tropical Eastern Pacific surgeonfishes. Ecology and Evolution 9(7):4001-4012.
  14. Ludt, W.B., Burridge, C.P. and Chakrabarty, P. 2019. A taxonomic revision of Cheilodactylidae and Latridae (Centrarchiformes: Cirrhitoidei) using morphological and genomic characters. Zootaxa 4585(1):121-141.
  15. Mejía-Falla, P.A., Navia, A.F. and Salcedo-Reyes, J.C. 2019. Checklist of marine elasmobranchs of Colombia. Universitas Scientiarum24(1): 164-199.
  16. Mortitz, T., Buchert, J., and Schnell, N.K.  2019.  Unexpected diversity of median caudal cartilages in teleosts.  Zoological Journal of Linnean Society 20:1-34.
  17. Navia, A.F. and Mejía-Falla, P., 2019. Checklist of marine elasmobranchs of Colombia. Universitas Scientiarum 24(1):241-276.
  18. Orlova, S.Y., Schepetov, D.M., Mugue, N.S., Smirnova, M.A., Senou, H., Baitaliuk, A.A., and Orlov, A.M.  2019.  Evolutionary history told by mitochondrial markers of large teleost deep-sea predators of the family Anoplopomatidae Jordan & Gilbert 1883, endemic to the North Pacific.  Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 1-9.  https://doi.org/10.1017/S00251419000572.
  19. Pastana, M.N.D.L. 2019. Phylogeny of Stromateiformes (Teleostei; Percomorphacea) based on phenotypic data (Doctoral dissertation, Universidade de São Paulo).
  20. Piñeros, V.J., Beltrán-López, R.G., Baldwin, C.C., Barraza, E., Espinoza, E., Martínez, J.E. and Domínguez-Domínguez, O. 2019. Diversification of the genus Apogon (Lacepède, 1801)(Apogonidae: Perciformes) in the tropical eastern Pacific. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 132: 232-242.
  21. Prokofiev, A.M., and Klepadlo, C. 2019.  Two new species of Photonectes with blue luminous tissue on body, and a re-examination of P. mirabilis (Teleostei: Stomiidae).  Zootaxa 4590(20):270-282.
  22. Romero-Berny EI, López-Vila JM. 2019. First record of Ethadophis byrnei (Actinopterygii: Anguiliformes: Ophichthidae) in continental waters of the Gulf of Tehuantepec, Mexico: the southernmost ocurrence in the Eastern Pacific. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 49(3).
  23. Rutledge, K.M. 2019. A new guitarfish of the genus Pseudobatos (Batoidea: Rhinobatidae) with key to the guitarfishes of the Gulf of California. Copeia 107(3):451-___
  24. Sandoval, J.A., Jadhav, S., Quan, H., Deheyn, D.D. and Tolley, M.T., 2019. Reversible adhesion to rough surfaces both in and out of water, inspired by the clingfish suction disc. Bioinspiration & biomimetics14(6): 066016.
  25. Sparks, J.S., and Chakrabarty, P. 2019. Description of a new species of ponykfish (Teleostei: Leiognathidae: Equulitini: Photolateralis) from the Gulf of Oman.  American Museum Novitates (3929):1-14.
  26. Valdesalici, S., Brahimi, A. and Freyhof, J. 2019. First record of Aphanius almiriensis from Italy and notes on the distribution of Aphanius fasciatus (Teleostei: Aphaniidae). Journal of Applied Ichthyology 35(2):541-550.
  27. Victor, B.C. 2019. Enneanectes flavus, a new endemic species of triplefin blenny from the southeastern Caribbean (Teleostei: Tripterygiidae). Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation32:1-16.
  28. Victor, B.C. and Kumar, A.B. 2019. Pteropsaron indicum, a new species of signalfish (Teleostei: Trichonotidae: Hemerocoetinae) with a micro-CT analysis of osteology. Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation, 33:70-78.

2018

  1. Aguilar-Medrano, R., and Arias-Gonzalez, J.E.  2018.  Functional reef fish groups of the Mexican Caribbean: implications of habitat complexity.  [Grupos funcitonales de peces de arrecife del Caribe mexicano: implicaciones de la complejidad del habitat.]  Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 89:118-1153.
  2. Ahern, L.A.M., Gómez-Gutiérrez, J., Aburto-Oropeza, O., Saldierna-Martínez, R.J., Johnson, A.F., Harada, A.E., Erisman, B., Castro-Arvizú, D.I., Sánchez-Uvera, A.R. and Burton, R.S. 2018. Using molecular identification of ichthyoplankton to monitor spawning activity in a subtropical no-take marine reserve. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.592:159-179.
  3. Arratia, G. 2018. Otomorphs (= otocephalans or ostarioclupeomorphs) revisited. Neotropical Ichthyology16(3):p.e180079.
  4. Bemis, K.E., Collette, B.B., Parin, N.V. and Shakhovskoy, I.B. 2018. Family Scomberesocidae. Sauries. In Order Beloniformes: Needlefishes, Sauries, Halfbeaks, and Flyingfishes (pp. 79-88). Yale University Press.
  5. Buser, T.J., Sidlauskas, B.L., and Summers, A.P.  2018.  2D or not 2D?  Testing the utility of 2D vs. 3D landmark data in geometric morphometris of the sculpin subfamily Oligocottinae (Pisces; Cottoiea).  Th Anatomical Record 301:806-818.
  6. Christianson, C., Goldberg, N.N., Deheyn, D.D., Cai, S. and Tolley, M.T. 2018. Translucent soft robots driven by frameless fluid electrode dielectric elastomer actuators. Science Robotics3(17).
  7. Cruz-Acevedo, E., Tolimieri, N., and Aguirre-Villasenor, H.  2018.  Deep-sea fish assemblages (300-2100 m) in the eastern Pacific off northern Mexico.   Marine Ecology Progress Series 592:226-242.
  8. de Figueiredo Petean, F., de Carvalho, M.R.  2018.  Comparative morphology and systematics of the cookiecutter sharks, geus Isistius Gill (1864) (Chondrichthyes: Squaliformes: Dalatiidae).  PLoS ONE 13(8):1-98  [https:doi.org/10.1371/journal pone.0201913]
  9. Duke, E.M. 2018. Large Inter-Annual Variability of Spawning in San Diego's Marine Protected Areas Captured By Molecular Identification of Fish Eggs. (Masters Thesis, University of California, San Diego).
  10. Duke, E.M., Harada, A.E. and Burton, R.S. 2018. Large interannual variation in spawning in San Diego marine protected areas captured by molecular identification of fish eggs. Marine Ecology Progress Series604:199-210.
  11. Feeney, R.F. and Lea, R.N. 2018. California Records of the Oarfish, Regalecus russelii (Cuvier, 1816)(Actinopterygii: Regalecidae). Bulletin, Southern California Academy of Sciences117(3):169-179.
  12. Frable, B., Tucker, S.J., Walker Jr., H.J. 2018. A new species of grouper, Epinephelus craigi (Perciformes: Epinephelidae), from the South China Sea. Ichthyological Researchhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s10228-018-0669-9]
  13. Frable, B., Seid, C., Rouse, G.W., and Hastings, P.A.  2018.  Integration and curation of at-risk collections into the Scripps Institution of Oceanography collections.  Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 2: e36259 [httpt://doi.org/10.3897/biss.2.26259]
  14. Fricke, R., Golani, D., Appelbaum-Golani, B. and Zajonz, U. 2018. Scorpaena decemradiata new species (Teleostei: Scorpaenidae) from the Gulf of Aqaba, northern Red Sea, a species distinct from Scorpaena porcusScientia Marina82(3):169-184.
  15. Fricke, R., Mahafina, J., Behivoke, F., Jaonalison, H., Léopold, M. and Ponton, D. 2018. Annotated checklist of the fishes of Madagascar, southwestern Indian Ocean, with 158 new records. FishTaxa3(1).
  16. Gallo, N. D. 2018. Influence of ocean deoxygenation on demersal fish communities: Lessons from upwelling margins and oxygen minimum zones. (Doctoral Dissertation, University of California San Diego)
  17. Galvan-Villa, C.M., and Hastings, P.A.  2018.  Mating behavior and rapid concealing of nuptial coloration in males of the Fishgod Blenny Malacoctenus ebisui (Teleostei: Blenniiformes).  Enviornmental Biology of Fishes 101:7335-739.
  18. Grande, T.C., Borden, W.C., Wilson, M.V. and Scarpitta, L. 2018. Phylogenetic relationships among fishes in the order Zeiformes based on molecular and morphological data. Copeia106(1):20-48.
  19. Hongjamrassilp, W., Summers, A.P., and Hastings, P.A.  2018.  Heterochrony in fringeheads (Neoclinus) and amplification of an extraordinary aggressive display in the Sarcastic Fringehead (Teleostei: Blenniiformes).  Journal of Morphology: doi:10.1002/jmor.20798
  20. Jawad, L.A., Fricke, R. and Näslund, J. 2018. Comparative osteology of the family Tripterygiidae (Teleostei: Blenniiformes). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom98(6):1487-1511.
  21. Jew, M., Ebert, D.A., Kemper, J.M., Walovich, K., and Quaranta, K.L.  2018.  Resdescription of the bigeye chimaera, Hydrolagus macrophthalmus de Buen, 1959 (Chondrichthyes: Chimaeriformes), with a genetic characterization of the species.  Marine Biology  doi.org10.1007/s12526-018-0911-8
  22. Liu, S.Y.V., Joung, S.J., Yu, C., Hsu, H., Tsai, W., Liu, K.M.  2018.  Genetic diversity and connectivity of the megamouth shark (Megachasma pelagios). PeerJ 6:e4432 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.4432
  23. Love, M.S., Bushing, W.B. and Power, W. 2018. The Panamic Fanged Blenny, Ophioblennius steindachneri Jordan & Evermann, 1898, New to California Marine Waters with a Key to the California Species of Blenniidae. Bulletin, Southern California Academy of Sciences117(3):184-188.
  24. Ludt, W.B. 2018. Determining the Drivers of Anti-Tropical Distributions Across the Fish Tree of Life. (Doctoral Dissertation, Lousiana State University).
  25. Martin, R.P., Olson, E.E., Girard, M.G., Smith, W.L. and Davis, M.P. 2018. Light in the darkness: New perspective on lanternfish relationships and classification using genomic and morphological data. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution121:71-85.
  26. Muto, N., Kai, Y., and Nakabo, T.  2018.  Taxonomic review of the Sebastes vulpes complex (Scorpaenoidei: Sebastidae).  Ichthyological Research https://doi.org/10.1007/s10228-018-0641-8.
  27. Orlov, A.M., Grigorov, I.V., and Lazareva, N.I. 2018. Comparative morphological analysis of antimora (Antimora spp., Moridae, Gadiformes) using ichthyological collections. Zool. Issled.,  20:98–111.
  28. Poulsen, J.Y., Miller, M.J., Sado, T., Hanel, R., Tsukamoto, K. and Miya, M. 2018. Resolving deep-sea pelagic saccopharyngiform eel mysteries: Identification of Neocyema and Monognathidae leptocephali and establishment of a new fish family" Neocyematidae" based on larvae, adults and mitogenomic gene orders. PloS one13(7):e0199982.
  29. Quan, H., Yang, W., Schaible, E., Ritchie, R.O. and Meyers, M.A. 2018. Novel defense mechanisms in the armor of the scales of the “living fossil” coelacanth fish. Advanced Functional Materials28(46):p.1804237.
  30. Sandoval, J.A. 2018. Getting a grip underwater: The suction disc of the northern clingfish inspires a reversible underwater adhesion mechanism. (Masters Thesis, University of California, San Diego).
  31. Shakhovskoy, I.B. 2018. Specific features of distribution in the World Ocean of some flying fishes of the genera Exocoetus, Hirundichthys and Cypselurus (Exocoetidae). FishTaxa3(4):40-80.
  32. Smith, W.L., Buck, C.A., Ornay, G.S., Davis, M.P., Martin, R.P., Gibson, S.Z., znd Girard, M.G.  2018.  Improving vertebrate skeleton images:  fluorescence and the non-permanent mounting of cleared-and-stained specimens.  Copeia 106(3):427-435.
  33. Smith, W.L., Everman, E., and Richardson, C.  2018.  Phylogeny and taxonomy of flatheads, scorpionfishes, sea robins, and stonefishes (Percomorpha: Scorpaeniformes) and the evolution of the lachrymal saber.  Copeia 106(1):94-119.
  34. Smith-Vaniz, W.F., Tornabene, L. and Macieira, R.M. 2018. Review of Brazilian jawfishes of the genus Opistognathus with descriptions of two new species (Teleostei, Opistognathidae). ZooKeys, 794:95-133.
  35. Tea, Y.K., Frable, B.W., and Gill, A.C.  2018.  Cirrhilabrus cyanogularis, a new species of fairy wrasse from the Philippines and Indonesia (Teleostei: Labridae).  Zootaxa 4418(6):577-587.
  36. Underkoffler, K.E., Luers, M.A., Hyde, J.R., and Craig, M.T.  2018.  A taxonomic review of Lampris guttatus (Brünnich 1788) (Lampridiformes; Lampridae) with descriptions of three new species.  Zootaxa 4413(3):551-565.

 

2017

  1. Buser, T.J., Burns, M.D., and Lopez, J.A.  2017.  Littorally adaptive?  Testing the link between habitat, morphology, and reproduction in the intertidal sculpin subfamily Oligocottinae (Pisces: Cottoidea).  PeerJ 5:e3634; DOI 10.7717/peerj.3634 
  2. Campbell, M.A., Nielsen, J.G., Sado, T., Shinzato, C., Kanda, M., Satoh, T.P., and Miya, M.  2017.  Evolutionary affinities of the unfathomable Parabrotulidae: molecular data indicate placement of Parabrotula within the family B ythitidae, Ophidiiformes.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 109:337-342.
  3. Conway, K.W., Kim, D., Ruber, L., Espinosa Perez, H.S., and Hastings, P.A.  2017.  Molecular systematics of the New World clingfish genus Gobiesox (Teleostei: Gobiesocidae) and the origin of a freshwater clade.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 112:138-147.
  4. Cruz-Acevedo, E., Betancourt-Lozano, M., and Aguirre-Villasenor, H.  2017.  Distribution of the deep-sea genus Bathypterois (Pisces: Ipnopidae) in the Eastern Central Pacific.  Revista de Biologia Tropical 65(1):89-101.
  5. Cruz-Acevedo, E., Salas-Singh, C., and Aguierre-Villasenor, H.  2017.  Distribution of Dibranchus species (Pisces: Ogcocephalidae) from the Eastern Central Pacific and their relationship with environmental factors.  Marine Biodiversity doi.org/10.1007/s12526-017-0808-y.
  6. Del Moral-Flores, L.F., Anislado-Tolentino, V., Martinez-Ramirez, E., Perez-Ponce de Leon, G., Ramirez-Antonio, E., and Gonzalez-Medina, G.  2017.  Ictiofauna marina de Oaxaca, Mexico: listado sistematico y afinidades zoogeograficas.  Acta Universitaria 27(1):3-25.
  7. Galland, G.R., Erismam, B., Aburto-Oropeza, O., and, Hastings, P.A.  2017.  Contribution of cryptobenthic ishes to estimating community dynamics of sub-tropical reefs.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 584:175-184.
  8. Gerringer, M.E., Linley, T.D., Jamieson, A.J., Goetze, E., and Drazen, J.C.  2017.  Pseudoliparis swirei sp. nov.: A newly-discovered hadal snailfish (Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae) from the Mariana Trench.  Zootaxa 4358(1):161-177.
  9. Hamilton, H., Saarman, N., Short, G., Sellas, A.B., Moore, B., Hoang, T., Grace, C.L., Gomon, M., Crow, K., and Simison, W.B.  2017.  Molecular phylogeny and patterns of diversification in syngnathid fishes.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 107:388-403.
  10. Hastings, P.A., and Conway, K.W.  2017.  Gobiesox lanceolatus, a new species of clingfish (Teleostei: Gobiesocidae) from Los Frailes submarine canyon, Gulf of California, Mexico.  Zootaxa 4221(3):393-400.
  11. Honeybone, J., and Brownlow, M.  2017.  Blue Planet II. A New World of Hidden Depths.  London, UK:  Penguin Random House.
  12. Hongjamrassilp, W., Summers, A.P., and Hastings, P.A.  2017.  Heterochrony in fringeheads (Neoclinus) and amplification of an extraordinary aggressive display in the Sarcastic Fringehead (Teleostei: Blenniiformes).  Journal of Morphology 279:26-635.
  13. Jawad, L.A., Fricke, R., and Naslund, J.  2017.  Comparative osteology of the family Tripterygiidae (Teleostei: Blenniiformes).  Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, pp 1-25, DOI:10.1017S002531541700042X.
  14. Lewallen, E.A., Bohonak, A.J., Bonin, C.A., van Wijnen, A.J., Pitman, R.L., and Lovejoy, N.R.  2017.  Phylogenetics and iogeography of the two-wing flyingfish (Exocoetidae: Exocoetus).  Ecology and Evolution 7:1751-1761.
  15. Lewallen, E.A., van Wijnen, A.J., Bonin, C.A., and Lovejoy, N.R.  2017.  Flyingfish (Exocoetidae) species diversity and habitats in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean.  Marine Biodiversity DOI 10.1007/s12526-017-0666-7.
  16. Melo, M.R.S.  2017.  A review of the genus Dysalotus (Percomorphacea): Chiasmodontidae), with the description of Dysalotus pouliulii sp. Nov.  Journal of Fish Biology 90(2):786-802.
  17. Micklich, N., Bannikov, A.F., and Yabumoto, Y.  2017.  First record of pony fishes (Perciformes: Leiognathidae) from the Oligocene of the Grube Unterfeld (“Fraueweiler”) clay pit.  PalZ DOI 10.1007/s12542-017-0340-1
  18.  
  19. Nielsen, J.G.  2017.  Revision of the genus Nybelinella (Teleostei, Bythitidae) with a new Atlantic abyssal species.  Zootaxa 4247(1):45-54.
  20. Portnoy, D.S., Willis, S.C., Hunt, AE., Swift, D.G., Gold, J.R., Conway, K.W.  2017.  Molecular phylogenetics of New World searobins (Triglidae; Prionotinae).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 107:382-387.
  21. Schnell, N.K., and Johnson, G.D.  2017.  Evolution of a functional head joint in deep-sea fishes (Stomiidae).  PLos ONE 12(2):1-11. 
  22. Sibert, E.C., Cramer, K.L., Hastings, P.A., and Norris, R.D.  2017.  Methods for isolation and quantification of microfossil fish teeth and elasmobranch dermal denticles (ichthyoliths) from marine sediments.  Palaeontologia Electronica 20.1.2T:1-14.
  23. Smith-Vaniz, W.F., and Walsh, S.J.  2017.  Revision of the jawfish genus Lonchopisthus with description of a new Atlantic species (Teleostei: Opistognathidae).  Journal of Ocean Science Foundation 28:52-89.
  24. Victor, B.C.  2017.  Review of the Indo-Pacific Pseudojuloides cerasinus species complex with a description of two new species (Teleostei: Labridae).  Journal of Ocean Science Foundation 29:11-37.

 

2016

  1. Aguirre-Villasenor, H., Cruz-Acevedo, E., and Salas-Singh, C.  2016.  New eastern Pacific Ocea record of the rare deep-water fish, Pschrolutes phrictus (Scorpaenidae: Psychrolutidae).  Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 87(3):1141-1145.
  2. Arratia, G.  2016.  New remarkable Late Jurassic teleosts from southern Germany: Ascalaboide n. fam., its content, morphology, and phylogenetic relationships.  Fossil Record 19:31-59.
  3. Attaran-Farimani, G., Estekani, S., Springer, V., Crimmen, O., Johnson, G.D., and Baldwin, C.C.  2016.  Validation of the synonymy of the teleost blenniid fish species Salarias phantasticus  Boulenger 1897 and Salarias anomalus Regan 1905 with Escenius pulcher (Murray 1887) based on DNA barcoding and morphology.  Zootaxa 4072(2):171-184.
  4. Davis, M.P., Sparks, J.S., and Smith, W.L.  2016.  Repeated and widespread evolution of bioluminescence in marine fishes.  PLOS ONE DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0155154, 11 pp.
  5. Fourriere, M., Reyes-Bonilla, H., Ayala-Bocos, A., Ketchum, J., and Chavez-Comparan, J.C.  2016.  Checklist and analysis of completeness of the reef fish fauna of the Revillagigedo Archipelago, Mexico.  Zootaxa 4150(4):436-466.
  6. Galvan-Villa, C.M., Rios-Jara, E., Bastida-Izaguirre, D., Hastings, P.A., and Balart, E.F.  2016.  Annotated checklist of marine fishes from the Sanctuary of Bahia Chamela, Mexico with occurrence and biogeographic data.  ZooKeys 554:139-157.
  7. Giusti, A., Castigliego, L., Rubino, R., gianfaldoni, D., Guidi, A., and Armani, A.  2016.  A conventional multiplex PCR assay fro the detection of toxic gemfish species (Ruvettus pretiosus and Lepidocybium flavobrunneum): a simple method to combat health frauds.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 64:960-968.
  8. Harold, A.S., and Golani, D.  2016.  Occurrence of the Smalscale Codlet, Bregmaceros nectabanus in the Mediterranean Sea, previously misidentified as B. atlanticus in this region.  Marine Biodiversity Records 9:71, 7 pg.
  9. Harold, A.S., Kemp, I.M., and Shore, S.K.  2016. A new species of Polyipnus (Teleostei: Stomiiformes) from the western Pacific, with comments on the P. triphanos species complex.  Zootaxa 4111(5):555-564.
  10. Hoff, G.R., Stevenson, D.E., and Orr, J.W.  2016.  Guide to the gadiform fishes of the eastern North Pacific. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-AFSC-309, 68 p.
  11. Lewallen, E.A., Bohonak, A.J., Bonin, C.A., van Wijnen, A.J., Pitman, R.L., and Lovejoy, N.R.  2016.  Population genetic structure of the tropical two-wing flyingfish (Exocoetus volitans).  PLOs One 11(10):1-16.
  12. Love, M.S., Bushing, W.W., and Power, W.  2016.  The whitetail damselfish (family Pomacentridae), Stegastes leucorus (Gilbert, 1892), new to Callifornia marine waters with a key to the California species of Pomacentridae.  Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 115(2):136-139.
  13. Love, M.S., Passarelli, J.K., Cantrell, B., and Hastings, P.A.  2016.  The Largemouth Blenny, Labrisomus xanti, new to the California marine fauna with a list of and key to the species of Labrisomidae, Clinidae, and Chaenopsidae found in California waters.  Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 115(3):191-197.
  14. Ma, K.Y., Craig, M.T., Choat, J.H., and van Herwerden, L.  2016.  The historical biogeography of groupers: clade diversification patterns and processes.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 100:21-30.
  15. Martin, R.P., and Davis, M.P.  2016.  Patters of phenotypic variation in the mouth size of lanternfishes (Teleostei: Myctophiformes).  Copeia 2016(4):795-807.
  16. Melo, M.R.S.  2016.  A review of the genus Dysalotus (Percomorphacea: Chiasmodontidae), with the description of Dysalotus pouliulii sp. nov.  Journal of Biology doi:10.1111/jfb.13194.
  17. Micklich, N., Gregorova, R., Bannikov, A.F., Baciu, D.-S., Gradianu, I., and Carnevale, G.  2016.  Oligoremora rhenana n. g. n. sp., a new echeneid fish (Percomorpha, Echeneoidei) from the Grube Unterfeld (“Frauenweiler”) clay pit.  Palaontol. Z. 90:561-592.
  18. Miller, E.C., Lin, H.C., and Hastings, P.A.  2016.  Improved resolution and a novel phylogeny for the Neotropical triplefin blennies (Teleostei: Tripterygiidae).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 96:70-78.
  19. Moller, P.R., Knudsen, S.W., Schwarzhans, W., and Nielsen, J.G.  2016.  A new classification of viviparous brotulas (Bythitidae) – with family status for Dinematichthyidae – based on molecular, morphological and fossil data.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 100:391-408.
  20. Orr, J.W.  2016.  Two new species of snailfishes of the genus Careproctus (Liparidae) from the Aleutian Islands, Alaska.  Copeia 2016(4):890-896.
  21. Poulsen, J.Y., Sado, T., Hahn, C., Byrkjedal, I., Moku, M., and Miya, M.  2016.  Preservation obscures pelagic deep-sea fish diversity: doubling the number of sole-bearing opisthoproctids and resurrection of the genus Monacoa (Opisthoproctidae, Argentiniformes).  PLOS One DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.019762.
  22. Rubio-Rodriguez, U., Gonzalez-Acosta, A.F., and Villalobos, H.  2016.  Comparative anatomy of the caudal skeleton of lantern fishes of the genus Triphoturus Fraser-Brunner, 1949 (Teleostei: Myctophidae).  Revista de Biologia Marina y Oceanografia 51(3):713-718.
  23. Sanciangco, M.D., Carpenter, K.E., and Bentancur-R., R.  2016.  Phylogenetic placement of enigmatic percomorph families (Teleostei: Percomorphaceae).  Molecular Phylogenetics ad Evolution.  94(B):565-576.
  24. Swift, C.C., Spies, B., Ellingson, R.A., and Jacobs, D.K.  2016.  A new species of the Bay Goby genus Eucyclogobius, endemic to Southern California:  evolution, conservation, and decline.  PLos ONE 11(7):1-33, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0158543.
  25. Tornabene, L., Van Tassell, J.L., Gilmore, R.G., Robertson, D.R., Young, F., and Baldwin, C.C.  2016.  Molecular phylogeny, analysis of character evolution, and submersible collections enable a new classification of a diverse group of gobies (Teleostei: Gobiidae: Nes subgroup), including nine new species and four new genera.  Zoological Journal of the Lilnnean Society, 36 pp.
  26. Torres-Hernandez, E., Palacios-Morales, G., Romero-Gallardo, S., Salazar-Araujo, P., Garcia-Meraz, A., Mdrigal-Guridi, X., Del Moral-Flores, L.F., and Dominguez-Dominguez, O.  2016.  Annotated checklist of the coastal ichthyofauna from Michoacan State, Mexico.  Zookeys 606:99-126.
  27. Tucker, S.J., Kurniasih, E.M., and Craig, M.T.  2016.  A new species of grouper (Epinephelus; Epinephelidae) from the Indo-Pacific.  Copeia 104(3):658-662.

2015

  1. Aguilar-Medrano, R., Kobelkowsky, A., and Balart, E.F.  2015.  Anatomical description of the Cortes damselfish Stegastes rectifraenum (Perciformes: Pomacentridae).  Key structures of omnivore feeding.  Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 86(4):934-946.
  2. Armani, A., Tinacci, L., Xiong, X., Castigliego, L., Gianfaldoni, D., and Guidei, A.  2015.  Fish species identification in canned pet food by BLAST and Forensically Informative Nucleotide Sequencing (FINS) analysis of short fragments of th mitochondrial 16s ribosomal RNA gene (16S rRNA).  Food Control 50:821-830.
  3. Arratia, G.  2015.  Complexities of early Teleostei and the evolution of particular morphological structures through time.  Copeia 103(4):999-1025.
  4. Berquist, R.M., Galinsky, V.L., Kajiura, S.M., and Frank, L.R.  2015.  The coelacanth rostral organ is a unique low-resolution electro-detector that facilitates the feeding strike.  Scientific Reports 5(8962), doi:10.1038/srep08962, 5 pp.
  5. Buser, T.J., and Lopez, J.A.  2015.  Molecular phylogenetics of sculpins of the subfamily Oligocottinae (Cottidae).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 86:64-74.
  6. Conway, K.W., Bertrand, N.G., BVrowning, Z., Lancon, T.W., and Clubb, F.J., Jr.  2015.  Heterodonty in the New World: an SEM investigation of oral jaw dentition in the clingfishes of the subfamily Gobiesocinae (Teleostei: Gobiesocidae).  Copeia 103(4):973-998.
  7. Davison, P.C., Koslow, J.A., and Kloser, R.J.  2015.  Acoustic biomass estimation of mesopelagic fish: backscattering from individuals, populaitons, and communities.  ICES J. Mar. Sci. 75(5):1413-1424.
  8. Del Moral-Flores, L.F., Morrone, J.J., Alcocer Durand, J., Espinosa-Perez, H., and Perez-Ponce De Leon, G.  2015.  Lista patron de los tiburones, rayas kyk quimeras (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobrnachii, Holocephali) de Mexico.  Arxius de Miscellania Zoologica 13:47-163.
  9. Ghedotti, M.J., Barton, R.W., Simons, A.M., and Davis, M.P.  2015. The first report of lluminescent liver tissue in fishes: evolution and structure of bioluminescent organs in the deep-sea naked barracudinas (Aulopifores: Lestidiidae).  Journal of Morphology 276:310-318.
  10. Gold, J.R., Willis, S.C., Renshaw, M.A., Buentello, A., Walker, H.J., Jr., Puritz, .B., Hollenbeck, C.M., and Voelker, G.  2015.  Phylogenetic relationships of tropical eastern Pacific snappers (Lutjanidae) inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences.  Systematics and Biodiversity :1-12.
  11. Hastings, P.A., and Findley, L.T.  2015.  Chriolepis prolata, a new species of Atlantic goby (Teleostei: Gobiidae) from the North American continental shelf.  Zootaxa 3904(4):589-595.
  12. Hoff, G.R., Stevenson, D.E., and Orr, J.W.  2015.  Guide to the gadiform fishes of the eastern North Pacific.  NOAA Tech. Memo, NMFS-AFSC-309, 68 pp.
  13. Holcroft, N.I., and Wiley, E.O.  2015.  Variation in the posttemporal-supracleithrum articulation in euteleosts.  Copeia 103(4):751-770.
  14. Leis, J.M.  2015.  Taxonoy and systematics of larval Indo-Pacific fishes: a review of progress since 1981.  Ichthyological Research 62:9-28.
  15. Mizusawa, N., Tatami, M., and Fukui, A.  2015.  Redescription of the spook fish Dolichopteryx anascopa Brauer 1901 (Argenetinoidei: Opisthoproctidae).  Ichthyological Research 62:236-239.
  16. Pietsch, T.W., and Orr, J.W.  2015.  Fishes of the Salish Sea: a compilation and distributional analysis.  NOAA Professional Paper NMFS 18:1-106.
  17. Ramirez-Valdez, A., Aburto-Oropeza, O., Villasenor-Derbez, J.C., Dominguez-Guerrero, I., Palacios-Salgado, D.S., Cota-Nieto, J.J., Hinojosa-Arango, G., Correa-Sandoval, F., Reyes-Bonilla, H., Hernandez, A.  2015.  The nearshore fishes of the Cedros Archipelago (north-eastern Pacific) and their biogeographic affinities.  CalCOFI Report 56:1-25.
  18. Robertson, D.R., and Allen, G.R.  2015.  Shorefishes of the Tropical Eastern Pacific: online information system.  Version 2.0.  Smithsoniann Tropical Research Institute, Balboa, Panama.  http://biogeodb.stri.si.edu/sftep/en/pages
  19. Stiller, J., Wilson, N.G., and Rouse, G.W.  2015.  A spectacular new species of seadragon (Syngnathidae).  Royal Society Open Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rosos.140458

2014

  1. Bernardi, G.  2014.  Baja California disjunctions and phylogeographic patterns in sympatric California blennies.  Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution doi:10.3389/fevo.2014.00053.
  2. Conway, K.W., Baldwin, C., and White, M.D.  2014.  Cryptic diversity and venom glands in Western Agtlantic clingfishes of the genus Acyrtus (Teleostei: Gobiesocidae).  PLOS One 9(5):1-17.
  3. Cooper, W.J., Albertson, R.C., Jacob, R.E., and Westneat, M.W.  2014.  Re-description and reassignment of the damselfish Abudefduf luridus (Cuvier, 1830) using both traditional and geometric morphometric approaches.  Copeia 2014(3):473-480.
  4. Datovo, A., de Pinna, M.C.C., and Johnson, G.D.  2014.  The infrabranchial musculature and its bearing on the phylogeny of percomorph fishes (Osteichthyes: Teleostei).  PLOS One 9(10):1-20.
  5. Davis, M.P., Holcroft, N.I., Wiley, E.O., Sparks, J.S., and Smith, W.L.  2014.  Species-specific bioluminescence facilitates speciation in the deep sea.  Marine Biology DOI 10.100/s00227-014-2406-x
  6. Denton, J.S.S.  2014.  Seven-locus molecular phylogeny of Myctophiformes (Teleostei; Scopelomorpha) highlights the utility of the order for studies of deep-sea evolution.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 76:270-292.
  7. Duhamel, G., Hulley, P.A., Causse, R., Koubbi, P., Vacchi, M., Pruvost, P., Vigetta, S., Irisson, J.O., Mormede, S., Belchier, M., Dettai, A., Detrich, H.W., Gutt, J., Jones, C.D., Kock, K.-H., Lopez Abellan, L.J., and Van de Putte, A.P.  2014.  Chapter 7. Biogeographic patterns of fish.  In: De Broyer, C., and Koubbi, P. (eds.), Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean, pp 328-362.
  8. Dybas, C.L.  2014. Ripple marks – the story behind the story. [“Here be oarfish – sea serpents are among us.”]  Oceanography 27(2):10-13, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2014.55.
  9. Fourriere, M., Reyes-Bonilla, H., Rodriguez-Zaragoza, F.A., and Crane, N.  2014.  Fishes of Clipperton Atoll, Eastern Pacific: Checklist, endemism and analysis of completeness of the inventory.  Pacific Science 68(3):375-395.
  10. Hastings, P.A., Craig, M.T., Erisman, B.E., Hyde, J.R., and Walker, H.J., Jr.  2014. Fishes of marine protected areas near La Jolla, California.  Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 113(3):200-231.
  11. Jones, W.A., and Morales, M.M.  2014.  Catalog of otoliths of select fishes from the California Current system.  https://escholarship.org/uc/item/5m69146s
  12. Klepadlo, C., Rochman, C.M., and Davison, P.  2014.  Report of Myctophum phengodes (Teleostei: Myctophidae) with extraneous photophores.  Copeia 2014(1):106-108.
  13. Ma, K.Y.  2014.  Patterns and processes of diversification in groupers (family: Epinephelidae).  Ph.D. thesis, James Cook University, Australia.  http://researchonline.jcu.edu.au/41011/ 
  14. Miller, E., Dossett, W., and Rankin, J.L.  2014.  Clarifying the northern extent of Diamond Stingray (Dasyatis dipterura) in Southern California.  Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 113(3):232-235.
  15. Mincarone, M.M., and McCosker, J.E.  2014.  Redescription of Eptatretus luzonicus Fernholm et al., 2013, a replacement name for Eptatretus fernholmi McMillan and Wisner, 2004 (Craniata: Myxinidae), based on the discovery of the holotype and additional specimens from the Philippines.  In: Williams, G.C., and Gosliner, T.M. (eds.), The Coral Triangle: The 2011 Hearst Philippine Biodiversity Expedition.  California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA: pp 341-349.
  16. Smith-Vaniz, W.F., and Jelks, H.L.  2014.  Marine and inland fishes of St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands: an annotated checklist.  Zootaxa 3803(1):1-120.

 

2013

  1. Aguilar-Medrano, R.  2013.  Body shape evolution of Chromis and Azurina species (Perciformes, Pomacentridae) of the eastern Pacific.  Animal Biology 63:217-232.
  2. Arratia, G.  2013.  Morphology, taxonomy, and phylogeny of Triassic pholidophorid fishes (Actinopterygii, Teleostei).Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33(6, suppl.):1-138.
  3. Borden, W.C., Grande, T., and Smith, W.L.  2013.  Comparative osteology and myology of the caudal fin in the Paracanthopterygii (Teleostei: Acanathomorpha). In:  Arratia, G., Schultze, H.P., and Wilson, M.V.H. (eds), Mesozoic Fishes 5 – Global Diversity and Evolution, pp 419-455.
  4. Davison, P.C., Checkley, D.M., Jr., Koslow, J.A., and Barlow, J.  2013.  Carbon export mediated by mesopelagic fishes in the northeast Pacific Ocean.  Progress in Oceanography 116:14-30.
  5. Del Moral-Flores, L.F., Gonzalez-Acosta, A.F., Espinosa-Perez, H., Ruiz-Campos, G., and Castro-Aguire, G.  2013.  Lista anotada de la ictiofauna de las islas del golfo de California, con comentarios sobre sus afinidades zoogeograficas.  Rev. Mexicana Biodiversidad 84:184-214.
  6. Deng, X., Wagner, H.J., and Popper, A.N.  2013.  Interspecific variations of inner ear structure in the deep-sea fish family Melamphaidae.  The Anatomical Record 296:1064-1082.
  7. Ebert, D.A., White, W.T., Ho, H.C., Last, P.R., Nakaya, K., Seret, B., Straube, N., Naylor, G.J.P., and de Carvalho, M.R.  2013.  An annotated checklist of the chondrichthyans of Taiwan. Zootaxa 3752(1):279-386.
  8. Faircloth, B.C., Sorenson, L., Santini, F., and Alfaro, M.E.  2013.  A phylogenomic perspective on the radiation of ray-finned fishes based upon targeted sequencing of ultraconserved elements (UCEs).   PLOS ONE 8(6):1-7.
  9. Fernholm, B., Noren, M., Kullander, S.O., Quattrini, A.M., Zintzen, V., Roberts, C.D., Mok, H.K., and Kuo, C.H.  2013.  Hagfish phylogeny and taxonomy, with description of the new genus Rubicundus (Craniata, Myxinidae).  J. Zoolog. Syst. Evol. Res. 51(4):296-307.
  10. Fishelson, L., Baldwin, C.C., and Hastings, P.A.  2013.  Gonad morphology, gametogenesis, and reproductive modes in fishes of the tribe Starksiini (Teleostei, Blenniiformes).  Journal of Morphology 274:496-511.
  11. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, K.A., Schultze, H.P., and Arratia, G.  2013.  Miniature armored acanthomorph teleosts from the Albian/Cenomanian (Cretaceous) of Mexico. In:  Mesozoic Fishes 5 – Global Diversity and Evolution, G. Arratia, H.P. Schultz and M.V.H. Wilson (eds):  pp 457-487.
  12. Grande, T., Borden, W.C., and Smith, W.L.  2013.  Limits and relationships of Paracanthopterygii: a molecular framework for evaluating past morphological hypotheses.  In:  Arratia, G., Schultze, H.P., and Wilson, M.V.H. (eds), Mesozoic Fishes 5 – Global Diversity and Evolution, pp 385-418.
  13. Kim, S.H., Shimada, K., and Rigsby, C.K.  2013.  Anatomy and evolution of heterocercal tail in lamniform sharks.  The Anatomical Record 296:433-442. Lea, R.N.  2013.  Record of the Kamchatka flounder, Atheresthes evermanni, in California waters.  Northwestern Naturalist 94:244-246.
  14. Labay, B.J., Cohen, A.E., Hendrickson, D.A., Sissel, B., Sarkar, S., and Casarez, M.  2013.  Final report: data compilation, distribution models, conservation planning, and status survey for selected fishes of concern in Texas and region.  Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept., http://hdl.handle.net/2152/21837
  15. Lin, H.C., and Hastings, P.A.  2013.  Phylogeny and biogeography of a shallow-water fish clade (Teleostei: Blenniiformes).  BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:1-18.
  16. Near, T.J.,Domburg, A., Eytan, R.I., Keck, B.P., Smith, W.L., Kuhn, K.L., Moore, J.A., Price, S.A., Burbrink, F.T., Friedman, M., and Wainwright, P.C.  2013.  Phylogeny and tempo of diversification in the superradiation of spiny-rayed fishes.  PNAS Early Edition:1-6.
  17. Paig-Tran, E.W.M., Kleinteich, T., and Summer, A.P.  2013.  The filter pads and filtration mechanisms of the devil rays: variation at macro and microscopic scales.  Journal of Morphology 274(9):1026-1043.
  18. Poulsen, J.Y., Byrkejedal, I., Willassen, E., Rees, D., Takeshima, H., Satoh, T.P., Shinohara, G., Nishida, M., and Miya, M.  2013.  Mitogenomic sequences and evidence from unique gene rearrangements corroborate evolutionary relationships of myctophiformes (Neoteleostei).  BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:1-21.
  19. Rosenblatt, R.H., Miller, E.C., and Hastings, P.A.  2013.  Three new species of triplefin blennies of the genus Enneanectes (Teleostei, Tripterygiidae) from the tropical eastern Pacific with a key to Pacific species of Enneanectes.  Zootaxa 3636(2):361-373.
  20. Russell, B.C., and Westneat, M.W.  2013.  A new species of Suezichthys (Teleostei: Perciformes: Labridae) from the southeastern Pacific, with a redefinition of the genus and a key to species.  Zootaxa 3640(1):88-94.
  21. Santini, F., Kong, Z., Sorenson, L., Carnevale, G., Mehta, R.S., and Alfaro, M.E.  2013.  A multi-locus molecular timescale for the origin and diversification of eels (Order: Anguilliformes).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 69:884-894.
  22. Santini, F., Nguyen, M.T.T., Spremspm. L., Waltzek, W., Lynch Alfaro, J.W.,  Eastman, J.M., and Alfaro, M.E.  2013.  Do habitat shifts drive diversification in teleost fishes? An example from the pufferfishes (Tetraodontidae).  J. Evol. Biol. 26:1003-1018.
  23. Schwarzhans, W.  2013.  A comparative morphological study of the Recent otoliths of the genera Diaphus, Idiolychnus and Lobianchia (Myctophidae).  Palaeo Ichthyologica 13:41-82.
  24. Shakhovskoy, I.B., and Parin, N.V.  2013.  A review of flying fishes of the subgenus Hirundichthys (genus Hirundichthys, Exocoetidae).  1. Oceanic species: H. speculiger, H. indicus sp. nova.  Journal of Ichthyology 5(2):117-145.
  25. Sorenson, L., Santini, F., Carnevale, G., Alfao, M.E.  2013.  A multi-locus timetree of surgeonfishes (Acanthuridae, Percomorpha), with revised family taxonomy.  Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 68:150-160.
  26. Tang, K.L., and Fielitz, C.  2013.  Phylogeny of moray eels (Anguilliformes: Muraenidae), with a revised classification of true eels (Teleostei: Elopomorpha: Anguilliformes).  Mitochondrial DNA 24(1):55-66.
  27. Ulrich, R.M., John, D.E., Barton, G.W., Hendrick, G.A., Fried, D.P., and Paul, J.H.  2013.  Ensuring seafood identity: grouper identification by real-time nucleic acid sequence-based amplification (RT-NASBA).  Food Control 31:337-344.
  28. Vella, N., and Vella, A.  2013.  Classification of species within the genus Hexanchus and Heptranchias through mtDNA sequences.  Rapp. Comm. int. Mer Medit. 40:706.
  29. Victor, B.C.  2013.  Scorpaena wellingtoni n. sp., a new scorpionfish from the Galapagos Islands (Scorpaeniformes: Scorpaenidae).  Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation 8:30-43.
  30. Victor, B.C., Alfaro, M.E., and Sorenson, L.  2013.  Rediscovery of Sagittalarva inornata n. gen., n. comb. (Gilbert, 1890) (Perciformes: Labridae). A long-lost deepwater fish from the eastern Pacific Ocean: a case study of a forensic approach to taxonomy using DNA barcoding.  Zootaxa 3669(4):551-570.
  31. Victor, B.C., and Wellington, G.M.  2013.  Citharichthys darwini n. sp., a new endemic flatfish from the Galapagos Archipelago (Teleostei: Pleuronectiformes: Paralichthyidae).  Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation 6:19-32.

 

2012

  1. Aguilar-Medrano, R., Frederich, B., Balart, E.F., and de Luna, E.  2012.  Diversification of the pectoral fin shape in damselfishes (Perciformes, Pomacentridae) of the Eastern Pacific.  Zoomorphology DOI 10.1007/s00435-012-0178-8.
  2. Alfaro, M.E., Faircloth, B.C., Sorenson, L., and Santini, F.  2012 [in review].  A phylogenomic perspective on the radiation of ray-finned fishes based upon targeted sequencing of ultraconserved elements.  http://arxiv.org./pdf/1210.0120.pdf
  3. Berquist, R.M., Gledhill, K.M., Peterson, M.W., Doan, A.H., Baxter, G.T., Yopak, K.E., Kang, N., Walker, H.J., Hastings, P.A., and Frank, L.R.  2012.  The Digital Fish Library: using MrI to digitize, database, and document the morphological diversity of fish.  PLOS One 7(4):1-16.
  4. Castillo-Geniz, J.L., Ocampo-Torres, A.I., Shimada, K., Rigsby, C.K., and Nicholas, A.C.  2012.  Juvenile megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios, caught off the Pacific coast of Mexico, and its significance to chondrichthyan diversity in Mexico.  Ciencias Marinas 38(2):467-474.
  5. Clark, A.J., and Summers, A.P.  2012.  Ontogenetic scaling of the morphology and biomechanics of the feeding apparatus in the Pacific hagfish Eptatretus stoutiiJournal of Fish Biology 80:86-99.
  6. Duplain, R.R., Chapleau, F., and Munroe, T.A.  2012.  A new species of Trinectes (Pleuronectiformes: Achiridae) from the upper Rio San Juan and Rio Condoto, Colombia.  Copeia 2012(3):541-546.
  7. Eytan, R.I., Hastings, P.A. Holland, B.R., and Hellberg, M.E.  2012.  Reconciling molecules and morphology: molecular systematics and biogeography of Neotropical blennies (Acanthemblemaria).  Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 62:159-173.
  8. Fierstine, H.L., Huddleston, R.W., and Takeuchi, G.T.  2012.  Catalog of the Neogene bony fishes of California. A systematic inventory of all published accounts.  Occ. Pap. Calif. Acad. Sci. (159):1-208.
  9. Fishelson, L., Baldwin, C.C., and Hastings, P.A.  2012.  Comparison of the oropharyngeal cavity in Starksiini (Teleostei: Blenniiformes: Labrisomidae): taste buds and teeth, including a comparison with closely-related genera.  Journal of Morphology 273:618-628.
  10. Flynn, A.J., and Klepadlo, C.  2012.  Two new species of Photonectes (Teleostei: Stomiidae) from the Indo-Pacific, and a re-examination of P. achirusMem. Mus. Vict. 69:259-267.
  11. Gonzalez-Acosta, A.F., Findley, L.T., Ruiz-Campos, G., Burnes-Romo, and Espinosa Perez, H.  2012.  Extreme northern range extension of the Pelican barracuda Sphyraena idiastes (Perciformes: Sphyraenidae) in the eastern Pacific.  J. Appl. Ichthyol. (2012):1-3.
  12. Lasso-Alcala, O., Posada, J., Van Tassell, J., Robertson, D.R., and Farina, A.  2012.  Geographic distribution of twinhorn blenny, Coralliozetus cardonae (Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Chaenopsidae), with records from the southern Caribbean.  Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 42(1):59-64.
  13. McCosker, J.E., Long, D.J., and Baldwin, C.C.  2012.  Description of a new species of deepwater catshark, Bythaelurus giddingsi sp. nov., from the Galapagos Islands (Chondrichthyes: Carcharhiniformes: Scyliorhinidae).  Zootaxa (3221):48-59.
  14. Near, T.J., Eytan, R.I., Domburg, A., Kuhn, K.L., Moore, J.A., Davis, M.P., Wainwright, P.C., Friedman, M., and Smith, W.L.  2012.  Resolution of ray-finned fish phylogeny and timing of diversification.  PNAS Early Edition, 6 pp + 14 p supplement.  www.pnas.orgcgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1206625109
  15. Richards, W.J., & Yato, T.  2012.  The tropical species of the subgenus Pterygotrigla (Pisces: Triglidae: Pterygotrigla) with description of a new species.  Zootaxa (3484):53-64.
  16. Roberts, T.R.  2012.  Systematics, biology, and distribution of the species of the oceanic oarfish genus Regalecus (teleostei, Lamridiformes, Regalecidae).  Mem. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat. 202:1-266.
  17. Robins, C.R., Robins, R.H., and Brown, M.E.  2012.  A revision of Lepophidium (Teleostei, Ophidiidae), with descriptions of eight new species.  Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 52(1):1-93.
  18. Schwab, I.R.  2012.  Evolution’s Witness.  How Eyes Evolved.  New York, NY:  Oxford Univ. Press.  306 pp.
  19. Victor, B.C.  2012.  Hypoplectrus floridae n. sp. and Hypoplectrus ecosur n. sp., two new Barred Hamlets from the Gulf of Mexico (Pisces: Serranidae): more than 3% different in COI mtDNA sequence from the Caribbean Hypoplectrus species flock.  Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation 5:1-19.

Wainwright, P.C., Smith, W.L., Price, S.A., Tang, K.L., Sparks, J.S., Ferry, L.A., Kuhn, K.L., Eytan, R.I., and Near, T.J.  2012.  The evolution of pharyngognathy: a phylogenetic and functional appraisal of the pharyngeal jaw key innovation in labroid fishes and beyond.  Systematic Biology 61(6):1001-1027.