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Synonyms:
   Enneacanthus (little sunfishes) 

Broader Terms:
   Centrarchidae (sunfishes) 
   Enneacanthus (banded sunfishes) 

More Specific:
   Enneacanthus chaetodon (blackbanded sunfish) 
   Enneacanthus gloriosus (bluespotted sunfish) 
   Enneacanthus obesus (diamond sunfish) 
 
 
Latest Articles on Enneacanthus Gill, 1864 from uBioRSS
The Nymphal Odonate Fauna of Two Watersheds in the Lower Potomac River Basi... - BioOne: Northeastern Naturalist
Water Chemistry and Landscape Patterns in the Distribution of Banded Sunfis... - BioOne: Copeia


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Common Names: banded sunfishes, little sunfishes



1.  Feedbacks between community assembly and habitat selection shape variation in local colonization.LinkIT
Kraus JM, Vonesh JR
The Journal of animal ecology, 2010
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2.  Investigating phylogenetic relationships of sunfishes and black basses (Actinopterygii: Centrarchidae) using DNA sequences from mitochondrial and nuclear genes.LinkIT
Near TJ, Bolnick DI, Wainwright PC
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2004
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3.  Threat of predation negates density effects in larval gray treefrogs.LinkIT
Resetarits WJ, Rieger JF, Binckley CA
Oecologia, 2004
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4.  Reproductive decisions under threat of predation: squirrel treefrog (Hyla squirella) responses to banded sunfish (Enneacanthus obesus).LinkIT
Binckley CA, Resetarits WJ
Oecologia, 2002
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5.  Occupation of submerged aquatic vegetation by fishes: testing the roles of food and refuge.LinkIT
Rozas LP, Odum WE
Oecologia, 1988
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6.  GENOMIC COADAPTATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL STABILITY WITHIN INTROGRESSED POPULATIONS OF ENNEACANTHUS GLORIOSUS AND E. OBESUS (PISCES, CENTRARCHIDAE).LinkIT
Graham JH, Felley JD
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 1985
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7.  Monogenetic trematodes from the bluespot sunfish Enneacanthus gloriosus (Holbrook) in North Carolina.LinkIT
Mayes MA
Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 1973
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8.  TEMPERATURE AND CRITICAL ILLUMINATION FOR REACTION TO FLICKERING LIGHT : III. SUNFISH.LinkIT
Crozier WJ, Wolf E
The Journal of general physiology, 1939
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9.  CRITICAL ILLUMINATION AND FLICKER FREQUENCY IN RELATED FISHES.LinkIT
Crozier WJ, Wolf E, Zerrahn-Wolf G
The Journal of general physiology, 1937
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10.  TEMPERATURE AND CRITICAL ILLUMINATION FOR REACTION TO FLICKERING LIGHT : II. SUNFISH.LinkIT
Crozier WJ, Wolf E, Zerrahn-Wolf G
The Journal of general physiology, 1937
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