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   Halichoeres scalpularis 
   Halichoeres scapularis (Brownbanded wrasse) 
   Julis scapularis 

Broader Terms:
   Halichoeres (wrasses) 
   Perciformes (perch-likes) 
Latest Articles on Halichoeres scapularis from uBioRSS
Evidence for a depth refuge effect in artisanal coral reef fisheries - ScienceDirect Publication: Biological Conservation

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Common Names: Pollak, Bungat, Brownbanded wrasse, Pejakan, Labayan, Bukan, Bugok, Pollay, Tamago, Mulmul, Bagondon, Lamon, zigzaz rainbowfish, Zigzag wrasse, pilo, Lupet, Girelle arc-en-ciel, Tallad, Bankilan, Tumaling, Bayan, Lampet, Maming, Balaki, Tamarin ....

71.  Emesis, learned aversion, and chemical defense in octocorals: a central role for prostaglandins?LinkIT
Gerhart DJ
The American journal of physiology, 1991

72.  Multiple factors promoting narrow host range in the sea hare, Aplysia californica.LinkIT
Pennings SC
Oecologia, 1990

73.  Fine structure of the organic matrix remaining in the mature cap enameloid in Halichoeres poecilopterus, teleost.LinkIT
Sasagawa I, Ferguson MW
Archives of oral biology, 1990

74.  [Risk factors of ciguatera in the French West Indies in Saint-Barthélémy, Saint-Martin and Anguilla].LinkIT
Bourdeau P, Bagnis R
Revue d'elevage et de medecine veterinaire des pays tropicaux, 1989

75.  The structure and development of the collar enameloid in two teleost fishes, Halichoeres poecilopterus and Pagrus major.LinkIT
Sasagawa I, Ishiyama M
Anatomy and embryology, 1988

76.  [Evaluation of different-stage levels of ciguatera toxicity of the marine food fish chain found around Saint Barthélemy Island in French Antilles].LinkIT
Vernoux JP, Magras LP, Abbad el Andaloussi S, Riyeche N
Bulletin de la Societe de pathologie exotique et de ses filiales, 1986

77.  Thynnascaris reliquens sp. n. and T. habena (Linton, 1900) (Nematoda: Ascaridoidea) from fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico and eastern U.S. seaboard.LinkIT
Norris DE, Overstreet RM
The Journal of parasitology, 1975