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Scientific:
   Epibulus insidiator (Epibola) 

Synonyms:
   Epibulis insidiator 
   Epibulus insidiator (Sling-jaw) 
   Sparus insidiator 

Broader Terms:
   Epibulis 
   Epibulus 
   Perciformes (perch-like fishes) 
 
 
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Epibulus insidiator var. fusca Bleeker, 1849 - WoRMS latest additions
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1.  Disruptive colouration in reef fish: does matching the background reduce predation risk?LinkIT
Phillips GAC, How MJ, Lange JE, Marshall NJ, Cheney KL
The Journal of experimental biology, 2017
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2.  A description of two new species of the genus <i>Erenna</i> (Siphonophora: Physonectae: Erennidae), with notes on recently collected specimens of other <i>Erenna</i> species.LinkIT
Pugh PR, Haddock SH
Zootaxa, 2016
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3.  A revision of Megagraphydrus Hansen (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae): synonymization with Agraphydrus Régimbart and description of seven new species.LinkIT
Minoshima YN, Komarek A, Ôhara M
Zootaxa, 2015
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4.  Imprint of monsoonal patterns on the fish assemblage in coastal waters of south-east India: a case study.LinkIT
Biswas S, Hussain KJ, Das NP, Russell BC, Satpathy KK, Mishra SS
Journal of fish biology, 2014
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5.  Endoparasite communities of five fish species (Labridae: Cheilininae) from Lizard Island: how important is the ecology and phylogeny of the hosts?LinkIT
Muñoz G, Grutter AS, Cribb TH
Parasitology, 2006
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6.  Feeding mechanism of Epibulus insidiator (Labridae; Teleostei): Evolution of a novel functional system.LinkIT
Westneat MW, Wainwright PC
Journal of morphology, 1989
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