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   Cubiceps squamiceps (chunky fathead) 
   Mulichthys squamiceps 
   Psenes whiteleggii (whitelegge's blubberfish) 

Broader Terms:
   Perciformes (perch-like fishes) 

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Common Names: Bôzu-kon-nyaku, chunky fathead, Indian driftfish, Dérivant indien, Savorín indio

1.  Joint attention skills in wild Arabian babblers ( Turdoides squamiceps): a consequence of cooperative breeding?LinkIT
Ben Mocha Y, Mundry R, Pika S
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2019

2.  Heavy metals in fish tissues/stomach contents in four marine wild commercially valuable fish species from the western continental shelf of South China Sea.LinkIT
Gu YG, Lin Q, Huang HH, Wang LG, Ning JJ, Du FY
Marine pollution bulletin, 2017

3.  The complete mitochondrial genome and gene organization of Cubiceps squamiceps (Perciformes: nomeidae) with phylogenetic consideration.LinkIT
Zhao M, Ma H, Ma C, Zhang H, Zhang X, Meng Y, Wei H, Chen F, Ma L
Mitochondrial DNA. Part A, DNA mapping, sequencing, and analysis, 2016

4.  Component, group and demographic Allee effects in a cooperatively breeding bird species, the Arabian babbler (Turdoides squamiceps).LinkIT
Keynan O, Ridley AR
Oecologia, 2016

5.  Competition over guarding in the Arabian babbler (Turdoides squamiceps), a cooperative breeder.LinkIT
Dattner A, Zahavi A, Zahavi A
F1000Research, 2015

6.  Sex-biased preferential care in the cooperatively breeding Arabian babbler.LinkIT
Ridley AR, Huyvaert KP
Journal of evolutionary biology, 2007

7.  Seasonal daily, daytime and night-time field metabolic rates in Arabian babblers (Turdoides squamiceps).LinkIT
Anava A, Kam M, Shkolnik A, Degen AA
The Journal of experimental biology, 2002

8.  State-dependent sentinels: an experimental study in the Arabian babbler.LinkIT
Wrigh J, Maklakov AA, Khazin V
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2001

9.  Relatedness and chick-feeding effort in the cooperatively breeding Arabian babbler.LinkIT
Wright J, Parker PG, Lundy KJ
Animal behaviour, 1999

10.  Parents and helpers compensate for experimental changes in the provisioning effort of others in the Arabian babbler.LinkIT
Wright J, Dingemanse NJ
Animal behaviour, 1999