Publications Archive Results
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2015 Leis, J. M. Is dispersal of larval reef fishes passive?. Ecology of fishes on coral reefs. 223-226.
2014 Leis, J. M; Paris, C. B; Irisson, J-O; Yerman, M. N; Siebeck, U. E. Orientation of fish larvae in situ is consistent among locations, years and methods, but varies with time of day. Marine Ecology Progress Series 505 193–208.
2013 Leis, J. M; Caselle, J. E; Bradbury, I. R; Kristiansen, T; Llopiz, J. K; Miller, M. J; O’Connor, M. I; Paris, C. B; Shanks, A. L; Sogard, S. M; Swearer, S. E; Treml, E. A; Vetter, R. D; Warner, R. R. Does fish larval dispersal differ between high and low latitudes?. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280 1-9.
2011 Leis, J. M; Siebeck, U; Dixson, D. L. How Nemo finds home: the neuroecology of marine larval-fish dispersal and population connectivity. Integrative and Comparative Biology 0 18pp.
2011 Pogue, M. G; Matthews, M. J; Mitchell, A. Identification and Taxonomy. Heliothine Moth Pests: Biology, Ecology, and Management Chapter 1.
2011 Colgan, D. J; Schreiter, S. Extrinsic and intrinsic influences on the phylogeography of the Austrocochlea constricta species group. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology <em>397 </em> 44–51.
2011 Leis, J; Hay, A; Gaither, M. Swimming ability and its rapid decrease at settlement in wrasse larvae (Teleostei: Labridae). Marine Biology 158 1239–1246.
2010 Quéré, G; Leis, J. M. Settlement behaviour of larvae of the Stripey Snapper, Lutjanus carponotatus (Teleostei: Lutjanidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 88 227-238.
2010 Soars, N. A; Leis, J. M. Larval development of the Common Ponyfish, Leiognathus equulus (Teleostei: Leiognathidae). Ichthyological Research 57 3 263-271.
2009 Assefa, Y; van den Berg, J; Mitchell, A; Le Rü, B; Conlong, D. E. Record of Eldana saccharina in inland South Africa and its genetic relationship with the coastal population. Journal of Applied Entomology <em>133</em> <em>6</em> 449-455.
2009 Paris, C; Leis, J. M; Irisson, J. O. Biological Processes: Pelagic larval duration. 23-24.
2009 Dittrich-Schröder, G; Conlong, D. E; Way, M; Harrison, J. du G; Mitchell, A. Identification key to scarabaeid larvae attacking sugarcane in South Africa. Proceedings of the South African Sugarcane Technologists’ Association <em>82</em> 500-524.
2009 Munday, P. L; Leis, J. M; Lough, J. M; Paris, C. B; Kingsford, M. J; Berumen, M. L; Lambrechts, J. Climate change and coral reef connectivity. Coral Reefs 28 379–395.
2009 Fisher, R; Leis, J. M. Swimming performance in larval fishes: from escaping predators to the potential for long distance migration. Fish locomotion: an etho-ecological approach 333-373.
2009 Fowler, A. M; Leis, J. M; and Suthers, I. M. On-offshore distribution and abundance of tuna larvae (Pisces: Scombridae: Thunnini) in near-reef waters of the Coral Sea. US Fishery Bulletin 106 4 405-416.
2009 Rouse, G. W; Wilson, N. G; Goffredi, S. K; Young, C. M; Vrijenhoek, R. C. Spawning and metamorphosis of Osedax boneworms. Marine Biology 156 395-405.
2009 Wilson, N. G; Schrödl, M; Halanych, K M. Ocean barriers and glaciation: evidence for explosive radiation of mitochondrial lineages in the Antarctic sea slug Doris kerguelenensis (Mollusca, Nudibranchia). Molecular Ecology 18 965-984.
2009 Johnson, G. D; Paxton, J. R; Sutton, T. T; Satoh, T. P; Sado, T; Nishida, M; Miya, M. Deep-sea mystery solved: astonishing larval transformations and extreme sexual dimorphism unite three fish families. Biology Letters 5 235-239.
2008 Leis, J. M; Piola, R. F; Hay, A. C; Wen, C; Kan, K-P. Ontogeny of behaviour relevant to dispersal and connectivity in larvae of two non-reef demersal, tropical fish species. Marine and Freshwater Research 60 211-223.
2008 Richards, Z. T; Beger, M; Pinca, S; Wallace, C. C. Bikini Atoll coral biodiversity resilience revealed; five decades after nuclear testing. Marine Pollution Bulletin <em>56</em> 503-515.
2008 Przeslawski, R; Ahyong, S; Byrne, M; Wörheide, G; Hutchings, P. Beyond corals and fish:the effects of climate change on non-coral benthic invertebrates of tropical reefs. Global Change Biology 14 2773-2795.
2008 Leis, J. M. Larval development in the lutjanid subfamily Lutjaninae (Pisces): the genus Pinjalo. Zootaxa 1760 37-49.
2007 Köhler, F. From DNA taxonomy to barcoding — how a vague idea evolved into a biosystematic tool. Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Zoologische Reihe 83 (Suppl.) 44-51.
2007 Leis, J. M; Wright, K. J; Johnson, R. N. Behaviour that influences dispersal and connectivity in the small, young larvae a reef fish. Marine Biology 153 1 103-117.
2007 Leis, J. M. Larval development in the lutjanid subfamily Lutjaninae (Pisces): the genus Macolor. Records of the Australian Museum 59 1 1-8.
2007 Leis, J. M. Behaviour as input for modelling dispersal of fish larvae: behaviour, biogeography, hydrodynamics, ontogeny, physiology and phylogeny meet hydrography. Marine Ecology Progress Series 347 185-193.
2007 Murphy, B. F; Leis, J. M; Kavanagh, K. D. Larval development of the Ambon damselfish (Pomacentrus amboinensis), with a summary of pomacentrid development.. Journal of Fish Biology 71 2 569–584.
2006 Kupriyanova, E. K; T.A. McDonald; Rouse, G.W. Phylogenetic relationships within Serpulidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) inferred from molecular and morphological data.. Zoologica Scripta 35 421-439.
2006 Leis J.M.. Are larvae of demersal fishes plankton or nekton?. Advances in Marine Biology 51 59-141.
2005 Fisher, R; Leis J.M; Clark D.L; Wilson, S.K.. Critical swimming speeds of late-stage coral reef fish larvae: variation within species, among species and between locations. Marine Biology 147 5 1201-1212.
2005 Leis J.M.. A larva of the eteline lutjanid, Randallichthys filamentosus (Pisces: Perciformes), with comments on phylogenetic implications of larval morphology of basal lutjanids. Zootaxa 1008 57-64.
2004 Leis J.M; Hay A.C; A.G. Miskiewicz. Larval development of the rare Australian aploactinid fish Matsubarichthys inusitatus (Pisces: Scorpaeniformes). Zoological Studies 43 3 580-588.
2004 Leis J.M; Hay A.C.. Larval development of Achoerodus viridis (Pisces: Labridae), the Australian Eastern Blue Groper. Ichthyological Research 51 1 46-51.
2003 Kupriyanova, E.K.. Evolution of life history in Serpulimorph polychaetes: a phylogenetic analysis.. Hydrobiologia 496 105-114.
2003 Leis J.M; Trnski, T; Dufour, V; Harmelin-Vivien, M; Renon, J.-P; Galzin, R.. Local completion of the pelagic larval stage of coastal fishes in the coral-reef lagoons of the Society and Tuamotu Islands. Coral Reefs 22 3 271-290.
2003 Leis J.M; Carson-Ewart B.M.. Orientation of pelagic larvae of coral-reef fishes in the ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 252 239-253.
2003 Leis J.M.. What does larval fish biology tell us about the design and efficacy of marine protected areas?. Aquatic Protected Areas: What works best and how do we know? Proceedings of the World Congress on Aquatic Protected Areas, Cairns, August 2002 170-180.
2002 Leis J.M; T. Trnski; L.E. Beckley. Larval development of Pagellus natalensis and what larval morphology indicates about relationships in the perciform fish family Sparidae. Marine and Freshwater Research 53 367-376.
2002 Leis J.M; McCormick, M.I.. The biology, behaviour and ecology of the pelagic, larval stage of coral-reef fishes. Coral Reef Fishes: New insights into their ecology 171-199.
2002 Kingsford, M.J; Leis J.M; Shanks A; Lindeman, K; Morgan, S; Pineda, J.. Sensory environments, larval abilities and local self-recruitment. Bulletin of Marine Science 70 Supplement 1 309-340.
2001 Kupriyanova, E.K; E. Nishi; H.A. ten Hove; A.V. Rzhavsky. A review of life history in serpulimorph polychaetes: ecological and evolutionary perspectives. Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review 39 1-101.
1999 Leis J.M; T. Trnski. Larval development of the Indo-Pacific perciform fish, Centrogenys vaigiensis (Pisces: Centrogeniidae). Ichthyological Research 46 4 413-418.
1998 Fautin D; Leis J.M; R.K. Cowen. Larval processes and settlement: session summary. ReeFish 95: Recruitment and population dynamics of coral reef fishes 26-31.
1998 Moulds M.S.. New larval food plants for Australian hawk moths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae). Australian Entomologist 25 1 13-22.
1998 Leis J.M; R.K. Cowen. Biases associated with studying the larval stage of fishes from the perspective of adult habitat, develpomental stage and taxonomic grouping. ReeFish 95: Recruitment and population dynamics of coral reef fishes 123-126.
1997 Leis J.M; C.D. van der Lingen. Larval development and relationships of the galjoen fishes of southern Africa (Perciformes: Dichistiidae). Bulletin of Marine Science 60 1 100-116.
1997 Leis J.M; Bullock, S; Bray D.J; Lee, K.. Larval development in the lutjanid subfamily Apsilinae (Pisces): the genus Paracaesio. Bulletin of Marine Science 61 3 697-742.
1997 Leis, J.M; B.M. Carson-Ewart. In situ swimming speeds of the late larvae of some Indo-Pacific coral reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series <em>159 </em> 165-174.
1996 Leis J.M; Sweatman, H.P.A; Reader, S.E.. What the pelagic stages of coral reef fishes are doing out in blue water: daytime field observations of larval behaviour. Marine and Freshwater Research 47 2 401-411.
1996 Reader, S.E; Leis J.M.. Larval development in the lutjanid subfamily Caesioninae (Pisces): The genera Caesio, Dipterygonotus, Gymnocaesio and Pterocaesio. Bulletin of Marine Science 59 2 310-369.