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Volume 78, Number 6, June 2011

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The biology of Syngnathidae: pipefishes, seadragons and seahorses
pp. 1597-1602(6)
Authors: Ahnesjö, I.; Craig, J. F.

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The evolutionary origins of Syngnathidae: pipefishes and seahorses
pp. 1603-1623(21)
Authors: Wilson, A. B.; Orr, J. W.

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The genetics and genomics of Syngnathidae: pipefishes, seahorses and seadragons
pp. 1624-1646(23)
Authors: Mobley, K. B.; Small, C. M.; Jones, A. G.

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Sexual signals and mating patterns in Syngnathidae
pp. 1647-1661(15)
Authors: Rosenqvist, G.; Berglund, A.

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Reproductive endocrinology of Syngnathidae
pp. 1662-1680(19)
Authors: Scobell, S. K.; MacKenzie, D. S.

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Conservation and management of seahorses and other Syngnathidae
pp. 1681-1724(44)
Authors: Vincent, A. C. J.; Foster, S. J.; Koldewey, H. J.

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Evidence of paternal nutrient provisioning to embryos in broad-nosed pipefish Syngnathus typhle
pp. 1725-1737(13)
Authors: Kvarnemo, C.; Mobley, K. B.; Partridge, C.; Jones, A. G.; Ahnesjö, I.

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Advances in tagging syngnathids, with the effects of dummy tags on behaviour of Hippocampus guttulatus
pp. 1769-1785(17)
Authors: Caldwell, I. R.; Correia, M.; Palma, J.; Vincent, A. C. J.

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Why the long face? A comparative study of feeding kinematics of two pipefishes with different snout lengths
pp. 1786-1798(13)
Authors: VanWassenbergh, S.; Roos, G.; Aerts, P.; Herrel, A.; Adriaens, D.

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Musculoskeletal structure of the feeding system and implications of snout elongation in Hippocampus reidi and Dunckerocampus dactyliophorus
pp. 1799-1823(25)
Authors: Leysen, H.; Christiaens, J.; DeKegel, B.; Boone, M. N.; VanHoorebeke, L.; Adriaens, D.

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Fine-scale spatial and temporal variations in diets of the pipefish Stigmatopora nigra within seagrass patches
pp. 1824-1832(9)
Authors: Smith, T. M.; Hindell, J. S.; Jenkins, G. P.; Connolly, R. M.; Keough, M. J.

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The relationship between female body size and egg size in pipefishes
pp. 1847-1854(8)
Authors: BragaGoncalves, I.; Ahnesjö, I.; Kvarnemo, C.

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Male broad-nosed pipefish Syngnathus typhle do not locate females by smell
pp. 1861-1867(7)
Authors: Lindqvist, C.; Sundin, J.; Berglund, A.; Rosenqvist, G.

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