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Bioacoustics and reproductive ecology of the damselfish Dascyllus albisella

David A. Mann


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Bioacoustics and reproductive ecology of the damselfish Dascyllus albisella by David A. Mann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bioacoustics and Reproductive Ecology of the Damselfish Dascyllus albisella by David A. Mann B.S., Biological Sciences Cornell University, Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution September ?sequence=2.

Bioacoustics and reproductive ecology of the damselfish Dascyllus albisella Article (PDF Available) March with 30 Reads How we measure 'reads' Bioacoustics and reproductive ecology of the damselfish Dascyllus albisella.

By David A. (David Allen) Mann. Get PDF (7 MB) Abstract. by David A. (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Biology, Includes bibliographical references (p. )   ABSTRACT Synchronous audio-video recordings were made of free-living Dascyllus albisella on coral reefs at Johnston Atoll, Central Pacifc Ocean.

Males produced distinct and consistent sounds during courtship and mating. The courtship sound is a well-known feature of pomacentrid behavior, and is produced during the signal jump.

Male D. albisella also produced a mating sound, which has not been   “Bioacoustics and Reproductive Ecology of the Damselfish Dascyllus albisella,” Ph.D thesis, MIT-WHOI Joint Program in Biological Oceanography, Woods Hole, MA.

Google Scholar; Mann, D. A., and Lobel, P. “Passive acoustic detection of sounds produced by the damselfish Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae),” Bioacoustics 6 Spawning sounds of the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae), and relationship to male size Article (PDF Available) in Bioacoustics 6(3) January with Reads   Oliver S, Lobel PS () Direct mate choice for simultaneous acoustic and visual courtship displays in the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae).

Environmental Biology of Fishes Mosharo K, Lobel PS () Acoustic signals of two toadfishes from Belize: Sanopus astrifer and Batrachoides gilberti (Batrachoididae). Passive acoustic detection of sounds produced by the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae) Article (PDF Available) in Bioacoustics 6(3) January with Reads Passive Acoustics as a Tool in Fisheries Science.

Marine Ecology and Technology Applications, Inc., 23 Joshua Lane, Waquoit, MassachusettsUSA. showed that male dom ino damselfish Abstract. The paper lists basic data on the role of sounds in fish behavior. The involvement of acoustic signaling in the control of reproductive, territorial, agonistic, aggressive, social, and feeding behavior in fish that differ in the systematics and mode of life is :// Abstract.

We studied the diel timing of spawning in the demersally spawning Hawaiian damselfish, Dascyllus albisella, from mid-June to late-September at two small patch reefs in objectives were to elucidate daily timing of spawning in relation to water temperature, diel timing of hatching, and short-period spawning :// Propagation of damselfish (Pomacentridae) courtship sounds signal jump of the damselfish Dascyllus albisella were analyzed to determine whether they were correlated with the signal jump   Oliver S, Lobel PS () Direct mate choice for simultaneous acoustic and visual courtship displays in the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae).

Environmental Biology of Fishes Mosharo K, Lobel PS () Acoustic signals of two toadfishes from Belize: Sanopus astrifer and Batrachoides gilberti (Batrachoididae)   Acoustic signals are well established as key components of mate selection in terrestrial species, but not in aquatic species.

It has long been known that damselfish (Pomacentridae) use a combined visual and acoustic display in their courtship. This study examined several male qualities including individual size, courtship vigor, territory size and complexity, as well as components of the Lobel PS, Mann DA () Spawning sounds of the domino damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae), and the relationship to male size.

Bioacoustics – Bioacoustics – Google   In the present study, sounds (and pulses) related to signal jumps of four Dascyllus species (Dascyllus aruanus, Dascyllus trimaculatus, Dascyllus albisella, and Dascyllus flavicaudus) from different geographic regions (Madagascar, Moorea, Rangiroa, and Hawaii) were analysed.

It was possible to discern species-specific sounds, but also   production by males of the damselfish Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae), at Johnston Atoll, Central Pacific Ocean. Sound production rates were higher during the reproductive season (April) than during the non-reproductive season (October).

The highest rates of sound production occurred on the day before and day of acoustic detection of sounds. For example, domino damselfish Dascyllus albisella Gill produce distinctive popping sounds while aggressively interacting with other males (Mann & Lobel, ).

Red bellied piranhas Pygocentrus nattereri Knerr also produce bark‐like warning sounds towards conspecifics during feeding events (Millot et al., ).

Sheets HD: Evolution of ontogenetic allometry shaping giant species: a case study from the damselfish genus Dascyllus (Pomacentridae). Biol J Linn Soc Austral Ecology Spawning sounds of the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae), and relationship to male size.

Soundscape ecology is a rapidly growing field with approximately 93% of all scientific articles on this topic having been published since (total about publications since ).

Current acoustic technology is also advancing rapidly, enabling new devices with voluminous data storage and automatic signal detection to define sounds. Future uses of passive acoustic monitoring (PAM) include. The Second International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life will take place in Ireland AugustThe main emphasis of the conference will be on defining the current state of knowledge.

However, we will also assess progress in the three years since the First conference. › Life Sciences › Animal Sciences. Acoustic Ecology and Behavior of Minke Whales in the Hawaiian and Marianas Islands: Localization, Abundance Estimation, and Characterization of Minke Whale “Boings” Effects of Vessel Engine Noise on the Acoustic Signaling Behavior of Dascyllus albisella (Hawaiian Damselfish) Pollyanna I.

Fisher-Pool, Marc O. Lammers, Lisa M. Munger   In the damselfish Dascyllus albisella, two populations separated by km (Hawaii–Johnston atoll) had similar call parameters (pulse rate, interpulse interval, dominant frequency and frequency envelope; Mann & Lobel ).

A borderline difference in pulse duration was likely due to cancellation effects from reflection and not intrinsic to