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Anthropology

    Cultural anthropology

    Archaeology

    Anthropological linguistics

    Physical anthropology

    Medical anthropology

Agriculture

Biology

Botany

    Algae

    Plantae

 

Microbiology

Zoology

    Benthic invertebrates

    Terrestrial invertebrates

    Fish

    Reptiles & amphibians

    Birds

    Mammals

Geology

Water Chemistry

Miscellaneous Papers & Notes

 

Anthropology

cultural anthropology

Brislin, R.W. & W.S. Wilson. Perception of similarities and differences among ethnic groups at the University of Guam. 7(1/2): 19-26

Carucci, L.M. Jekero: symbolizing the transition to manhood in the Marshall Islands. 20(1/2): 1-17

Crocombe, R.G. Observations on land tenure in Tarawa, Gilbert Islands. 4(1): 27-37

Des Rochers, K. Women's fishing on Kosrae: a description of past and present methods. 25(1): 1-22

Falgout, S. Getting to the truth of the matter: Prospects and limitations of oral traditions for archaeological interpretation in Pohnpei, Micronesia. Suppl. 2: 89-98

Finney, B.R. Economic change and dietary consequences among the Tahitians. 2(1): 1-14

Goodenough, W.H. Notes on Truk's place names. 2(2): 95-129

Hanlon, D. "The pleasure of speculation and conjecture:" Early Euro-American visions of Nan Madol and their relevance to post-modern archaeological investigations. Suppl. 2: 99- 116

Hawkins, J. Factors affecting Micronesian political development. 8(1/2): 1-11

Henrickson, P.R. Two forms of primitive art in Micronesia. 4(1): 39-48

Hughes, D.T. Democracy in the Philippines and on Ponape: A comparison of two political systems structured on the U. S. model. 9(1): 1-10

Johannes, R.E. Traditional law of the sea in Micronesia. 13(2): 121-127

Klee, G.A. Traditional time reckoning and resource utilization. 12(2): 211-246

Knudson, K.E. Social complexity on Truk and in the Marianas: Lack of correspondence between anthropological models and historical evidence. Suppl. 2: 117- 124

Lessa, W. A. The social effects of Typhoon Ophelia (1960) on Ulithi. 1(1): 1-48

Lessa, W.A. Drake in the Marianas? 10(1): 7-11

Lessa, W.A. The Portuguese discovery of the Isles of Sequeira. 11(1): 35-70

Lessa, W.A. Traditional uses of the vascular plants of Ulithi Atoll, with comparative notes. 13(2): 129-190

Lessa, W.A. & C.G. Velez-I. Bwang, a martial art of the Caroline Islands. 14(2): 139-176

Marshall, L.B. & M. Marshall. Education of women and family size in two Micronesian communities. 18 (1): 1-21

Marshall, M. Education and depopulation on a Micronesian atoll. I. 15(1/2): 1-11

Mason, L. Comments on political future of Micronesia. 8(1/2): 37-40

Matthews, E. & E. Oiterong. Marine species collected by women in Palau, Micronesia. 28(1): 77–90

McCoy, M. A. Man and turtle in the Central Carolines. 10(2): 207-221

McKnight, R.K. Rigid models and ridiculous boundaries. Political development and practice in Palau -- circa 1955-64. 8(1/2): 23-35

Meller, N. The Congress of Micronesia. A unifying and modernizing force. 8(1/2): 13-22

Nishi, M. An evaluation of Japanese agricultural and fishery developments in Micronesia during the Japanese Mandate, 1914 to 1941. 4(1): 1-18

Petersen, G. Some overlooked complexities in the study of Pohnpei social complexity. Suppl. 2: 137- 152

Quinn, N. & M. Mataki. The subsistence fishery productivity and marine resource knowledge of resettled Polynesians from Tikopia Island, Solomon Islands, 32(1): 95-107        Abstract

Riesenberg, S.H. The ghost islands of the Carolines. 11(1): 7-33

Royce, J. & T. Murray. Work and play in Kapingamarangi, past and present. 7(1/2): 1-17

Rubinstein, D. Native place-names and geographic systems of Fais, Caroline Islands. 14(1): 69-82

Shewman, R.D. Ethnic institutions and identity: Palauan migrants on Guam. 17 (1/2): 29-45.

Smith, J.J. Land tenure on Rota, Mariana Islands. 10(2): 223-235

Solenberger, R.R. The changing role of rice in the Marianas Islands. 3(2): 97-103

Twomey, J.R. Results of a pilot land survey for Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands. 4(1): 19-25

Ueki, T. Formation of a complex society in an island situation. Suppl. 2: 303-316

Uludong, F.T. Comments on political future of Micronesia. 8(1/2): 41-42

Weisler, M.I. Burial artifacts from the Marshall Islands: description, dating and evidence for extra-archipelago contacts, 33(1/2): 111-136.  Full text

Yamashita, A.C. Attitudes and reactions to Typhoon Karen (1962) in Guam. 2(1): 15-23

 

archaeology

 

Alkire, W.H. & K. Fujimura. Principles of organization in the outer islands of Yap State and their implications for archaeology. Suppl. 2: 75-88

Amesbury, J.R. Changes in species composition of archeological marine shell assemblages in Guam,  31(2): 347–366

Anon. Micronesian Archaeology Conference, September 9-12, 1987: Resolutions of the Conference. Suppl. 2: 1-2

Athens, J.S. Nan Madol pottery, Pohnpei. Suppl. 2: 17-32

Athens, J.S. Kosrae pottery, clay, and early settlement. Suppl. 2: 171 - 186

Athens, J.S. & J.V. Ward: Paleoenvironment of the Orote Peninsula, Guam. 28(1): 51–76

Ayres, W.S. Pohnpei's position in eastern Micronesian prehistory. Suppl. 2: 187-212

Bath, J.E. & J.S. Athens. Prehistoric social complexity on Pohnpei: the Saudeleur to Nahnmwarki transformation. Suppl. 2: 275-290

Black, P., D. Osborne & Patricio M. Tobi Island artifacts. Suppl. 1:349-353

Butler, B.M. Pots as tools: The Marianas case. Suppl. 2: 33-46

Carucci, J. Cultural and natural patterning in prehistoric marine foodshells from Palau, Micronesia. [Dissertation abstract.] 26(1): 95

Carucci, J & S. Mitchell. Lime-encrusted shell artifacts and the prehistoric use of slaked lime. Suppl. 2: 47-64

Clune, F.J., Jr. Archaeological survey of Truk, Micronesia. 10(2): 205-206

Craib, J.L. and N. L. Farrell. On the question of prehistoric rice cultivation in the Mariana Islands. 17 (1/2): 1-9

Davidson, J.M. Preliminary archaeological investigations on Ponape and other Eastern Caroline Islands. 3(2): 81-95

Dickinson, W.R., D.L. Weide & D. Osborne. Petrographic and mechanical analysis of selected sherds. Suppl. 1:275-281

Dye, T. & P.L. Cleghorn. Prehistoric use of the interior of southern Guam. Suppl. 2: 261-274

Fischer, J. L. The abandonment of Nan Madol, ancient capital of Ponape. 1(1): 49-54

Fitzpatrick, S.M. A radiochronology of Yapese stone money quarries in Palau. 34(2):  227-242.  

Graves, M.W. Architectural and mortuary diversity in late prehistoric settlements at Tumon Bay, Guam. 24(2): 169-194

Gregory, L. & D. Osborne. The Aulong 4 pictographs. Suppl. 1:299-315

Hunter-Anderson, R. A review of traditional Micronesian high island horticulture in Belau, Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Kosrae. 24(1): 1-56

Hunter-Anderson, R.L. & M.W. Graves. "Coming from where"? An introduction to Recent Advances in Micronesian Archaeology. Suppl. 2: 5-16

Hunter-Anderson, R. L. Ethnographic and archaeological investigations in the Southwest Islands of Palau, 33(1/2): 11-44.  Full text

Kaneko, H. & T. Abe. Fish bones. Suppl. 1: 343-347

Leach, B.F. & J.M. Davidson. The quest for the rainbow runner: prehistoric fishing on Kapingamarangi and Nukuoro Atolls, Micronesia. 21(1/2): 1-22

Lucking, L.J. & R.J. Parmentier. Terraces and traditions of Uluang: Ethnographic and archaeological perspectives on a prehistoric Belauan site. Suppl. 2: 125- 136

Masse, W.B. Radiocarbon dating, sea-level change and the peopling of Belau. Suppl. 2: 213-230

Osborne, D. Archaeological test excavations. Palau Islands. 1968-1969. Supplement 1: 1-353

Pearsall, D.M. Application of phytolith analysis to reconstruction of past environments and subsistence: Recent research in the Pacific. Suppl. 2: 65-74

Peoples, J.G. The evolution of complex stratification in eastern Micronesia. Suppl. 2: 291 -302

Pickering, R.B. An ethno-archaeological investigation of Yapese mortuary behavior. Suppl. 2: 153- 170

Shun, K. & J.S. Athens. Archaeological investigations on Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia. Suppl. 2: 231 -240

Solheim, W.G., II. Thoughts on land and sea peoples in Southeast Asia and their possible relationships to initial settlement of Micronesia. Suppl. 2: 241-246

Streck, C.S. Prehistoric settlement in eastern Micronesia: Archaeology on Bikini Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands. Suppl. 2: 247-260

 

anthropological linguistics

 

Akimichi, T. & S. Sauchomal. Satawalese fish names. 18 (2) 1-34

Alkire, W.H. Native classification of flora on Woleai Atoll. 10(1): 1-5

Davis, A.E. A preliminary list of animal names in the Chuuk District, with notes on plant names, 31(1): 1–245    Abstract and small sample

Elamieto, J.M. Carolinian names of common fishes in Saipan, Mariana lslands. 11(1): 1-5

Feinberg, R. Anutan epistemology: the roots of "knowledge" on a Polynesian outlier. 14(2): 127-137

Kerr, A.M. Chamorro fish names. 23(2): 93-118

Lobel, P.S. Gilbertese and Ellice Islander names for fishes and other organisms. 14(2): 177-197

Stone, B.C. Some vernacular names of plants from Kapingamarangi and Nukuoro Atolls, Caroline Islands. 2(2): 131-132

 

 

physical anthropology

 

Anderson, C. Human skeletal material from sites Angaur 19, Pelilieu 1 and Babeldaob 19A. Suppl. 1:317-342

Brace, C.L., M.L. Brace, Y. Dodo, K.D. Hunt, W.R. Leonard, Y. Li, S. Sangviehien, X. Shao & Z. Zhang. Micronesians, Asians, Thais, and relations: A craniofacial and odontometric perspective. Suppl. 2: 323-348

Clark, P., J.H. Underwood & P. Jones. Serum proteins in people of the Yap Islands. 11(1): 71-76

Hagaman, R.M. Divorce, remarriage, and fertility in a Micronesian population. 10(2): 237-242

Hanson, D.B. Paleopathological observations on human skeletal remains from Rota, Mariana Islands: Epidemiological implications. Suppl. 2: 349-362

Heathcote, G.M., K.L. Bansil & V.J. Sava. A protocol for scoring three posterior cranial superstructures which reach remarkable size in ancient Mariana Islanders, 29(2): 281–298

Howells, W.W. Micronesia to Macromongolia: Micro-Polynesian craniometrics and the mongoloid population complex. Suppl. 2: 363-372

Hunt, E. E. Jr. & J.D. Mavalwala. Finger ridge counts in the Micronesians of Yap. 1(1): 55-58

Pietrusewsky, M. The physical anthropology of Micronesia: A brief overview. Suppl. 2: 317-322

Pietrusewsky, M. Craniometric variations in Micronesia and the Pacific: A multivariate study. Suppl. 2: 373-402

Pietrusewsky, M., T.L. Hunt & R.M. Ikehara-Quebral. A Lapita-associated skeleton from Waya Island, Fiji, 30(2): 355-388

Pregill, G.K. & D.W. Steadman. Fossil vertebrates from Palau, Micronesia: a resource assessment, 33(1/2): 137-152.  Full text

Ritter, P.L. The population of Kosrae at contact. 17 (1/2): 11-28

Turner, C.G. Origin and affinity of the prehistoric people of Guam: A dental anthropological assessment. Suppl. 2: 403-416

Underwood, J.H. Preliminary investigations of demographic features and ecological variables of a Micronesian island population. 5(1): 1-24

Underwood, J.H. Population history of Guam: context of microevolution. 9(1): 11-44

Underwood, J.H. The native origins of the neo-Chamorros of the Mariana Islands. 12(2): 203-209

Underwood, J.H. Effects of the 1918 influenza pandemic mortality experience on subsequent fertility of the native population of Guam. 19(1/2): 1-9

Underwood, J.H. Population history of Nauru: a cautionary tale. 22(1): 3-22

Underwood, J. H. Marital infertility and primary sterility in a native Pacific Islands population. 23(2): 119 130

Underwood, J.H. Population studies and historic demography: Context of microevolution in Micronesia. Suppl. 2: 417-430

Underwood, J.H. Physical anthropology in Micronesia: A closing statement. Suppl. 2: 431-434

Weisler, M.I., J.K. Lum, S.L. Collins & W.S. Kimoto. Status, health, and ancestry of a late prehistoric burial from Kwajelein Atoll, Marshall Islands. 32(2): 191-220

medical anthropology

 

Freund, P. & M. Marshall. Research bibliography of alcohol and kava studies in Oceania: update and additional items. 13(2): 313-317

Johnston, E.G. Micronesian nutrition bibliography. 8(1/2): 197-210

Marshall, M. Research bibliography of alcohol and kava studies in Oceania. 10(2): 299-306

McMakin, P.D. The suruhanos: traditional curers on the island of Guam. 14(1): 13-67

Rubinstein, D. & G. White. Bibliography on culture and mental health in the Pacific Islands. 19(1/2): 183-245

 

Agriculture

Abawi, F.G. & O. Diambra. Leucaena leaf meal and local limestone in the diet of laying hens. 26(2): 147–153

Abawi, F.G. & O. Diambra. Local limestone of Guam as a source of calcium for laying hens. 26(2): 139–145

Abawi, F.G. & O.H. Diambra. Enzyme and amino acid supplementation of Leucaena leaf meal-based diet for broiler chicks (Note), 30(2): 429-434

Bartholomew, R. Role of the NRCS in Promoting Sustainable Agriculture in the Pacific Basin (abstract).135

Beardsley, J.W. Introduction of arthropod pests into the Hawaiian Islands. Suppl. 3: 1-4

Bonsi, E. & E. Bromfield. Edible and Non-edible Value-Added Products Developed from Sweet Potato (abstract). 133

Brown, J. W. Agricultural Research Institutions in the Tropical Insular Pacific. Suppl. 7: 3-11

Chiu, C.H. & A. Moore. Biological control of the Philippine Lady Beetle, Epilachna philippinensis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) on solanaceous plants by the parasitoid, Pediobius foveolatus (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) on Saipan. Suppl. 4: 79–80

Cruz, J.A., T.S. Lali & R. Muniappan. A tipburn-resistant head cabbage variety for Guam (Note), 30(2): 435-437

Daehler, C.C. & N. Dudley.  Impact of the Black Twig Borer, an Introduced Insect Pest, on Acacia koa in the Hawaiian Islands, Suppl. 6: 35-53

Epila-Otara, J.S. Foraging behavior of honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) on Jatropha integerima (Euphorbiaceae) in Upolu, Western Samoa. 26(1): 83–94

Epila-Otara, J.S., S. Hazelman, P. Kavesi, S. Tuailemafua & F. Waiti. The relative susceptibility of tomato cultivars to Epilachna vigintisexpunctata (Coccinellidae: Coleoptera) in Western Samoa. 27(1/2): 139–151

Esguerra, N. Biological control of some introduced pests in the Federated States of Micronesia. Suppl. 3: 99-101

Esguerra, N.M., W.S. William & J.R. Smith. Biological control of the Green Stink Bug, Nezara viridula in the Federated States of Micronesia. Suppl. 4: 65–67

Esguerra, N.M., J.D. William, R.P. Samuel & K.J. Diopulos. Biological control of the weed, Mimosa invisia von Martius, on Pohnpei and Yap (Note), 30(2): 421-427

Esguerra, N.M., K.J. Diopulos, R.P. Samuel & J.D. William. Establishment of the leaf mining fly, Calycomyza lantanae Frick, on the weed Lantana camara L. on Pohnpei (Note), 30(2): 417-419

Fatuesi, S., P. Tauili'ili & A. M. Vargo. Cultural methods of pest control on taro (Colacasia esculenta Schott) in American Samoa. Suppl. 3: 123-127

Hara, A.H. Preventing Alien Species Invasion by Pre-shipment Disinfestation Treatments, Suppl. 6: 111-121

Ikin, R.  International Conventions, National Policy and Legislative Responsibility for Alien Invasive Species in the Pacific Islands, Suppl. 6: 123-128 

Johnson, M.W. Biological control of the Liriomyza leafminers in the Pacific Basin. Suppl. 4: 81–92

Josekutty, P.C., E.E. Wakuk & M.J. Joseph. Invasive Weedy Angiosperms in Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia, Suppl. 6:  61-65

Josekutty, P. C., S. S. Cornelius & T. N. Kilafwasru. Micropropagation of Four Banana Cultivars in Micronesia. Suppl. 7: 77-81

Klassen, W., C.F. Brodel & D.A. Fieselmann.  Exotic Pests of Plants: Current and Future threats to Horticultural Production and Trade in Florida and the Caribbean basin, Suppl. 6: 5-27

LeBeck, L. M.   Recommendations [Invasive Species and Their Management], Suppl. 6: 3

Lin, C. Y. Improving Plant Protection for the Development of Sustainable Agriculture in Taiwan. Suppl. 7: 101-112

Marler, T.E.  Conservation of Local Genotypes When Planting Native Plants on Guam, Suppl. 6: 55-60 

Marutani, M. Sunnhemp, a Green Manure on Chinese Cabbage Production on Guam. Suppl. 7: 83-91

Marutani M. & R. Muniappan. New pests on cruciferous plants in Yap. 27(1/2): 153–154

Marutani, M. & R. Schlub. Cultivar Evaluation of Vegetable Soybean on Guam. Suppl. 7: 93-100

Marutani, M., J. Brown, F. Cruz & G. Wall. Agricultural crop production on Guam during the 20th century, 30(2): 389-415

McConnell, J., R. Barber & M. Denney. The PEOPLE Project: Resource Library for Extension Programs in the Tropics. Suppl. 7: 13-15

Muniappan, R.  Preface: Invasive Species and Their Management, Suppl. 6: 1-2

Muniappan, R.  Pests of Coconut and Their Natural Enemies in Micronesia, Suppl. 6: 105-110

Muniappan, R., J. Cruz & J. Bamba.  Invasive Plants and Their Control in Micronesia, Suppl. 6: 85-92

Muniappan, R., J. Duenas & T. Blas. Biological control of the Palau Coconut Beetle, Brontispa palauensis (Esaki and Chujo), on Guam. 16(2): 359-360 (Note)

Muniappan, R., T. Blas & J. Duenas. Predator deterrent effect of Leucaena leucocephala on the coccinellid, Cryptolaemus montrouzieri. 16(2): 360-362 (Note)

Muniappan, R., T.S. Lali & D. Afaisen. Establishment of Calcomyza lantanae Frick on Guam for control of the weed lantana. 25(2): 217-218 (Note)

Muniappan,R., G.R.W. Denton, M. Marutani, T. S. Lali & C. A. Kimmons. Fruit piercing moths in Micronesia and their natural enemies. Suppl. 4: 33–39

Nafus, D. & I. Schreiner. Biological control activities in the Marianas Islands from 1911 to 1988. 22(1): 65-106

Nafus, D. Movement of new insects into the Carolines and the Marshalls in recent years. Suppl. 3: 15-31

Naholowaa, L. Q. & M. Marutani. Concept Test of Value-Added Root Crops. Suppl. 7: 41-53

Nakahara, L.  Plant Pest Control in Hawaii, Suppl. 6: 93-103

Nandwani, D. & J. Joseph. Biological Control of Insect and Plant Pests in the Marshall Islands. Suppl. 7: 125-132

Pascoe, A. Strategies for Managing Incursions of Exotic Animals to New Zealand, Suppl. 6: 129-135.

Prasad, R. Aquaculture Potential in Fiji and Other Pacific Island Countries. Suppl. 7: 55-67

Russell, R.C. Introduced vector-borne diseases in the Pacific. Suppl. 3: 33-39

Sablan, P. & M. Marutani. Nitrogen Fixing Trees Suitable for Diversified Soils on Guam. Suppl. 7: 69-75

Sands, D.P., A.M.C. Sands & M. Arura. Banana skipper, Erionota thrax (L.) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Papua New Guinea: a new pest in the Pacific region. Suppl. 3: 93-98

Sands, D.P.A, W.J.J.M. Liebregts & R.J. Broe. Biological control of the fruit piercing moth, Othreis fullonia (Clerck) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in the Pacific. Suppl. 4: 25–31

Sands, D.P.A., F.M. Dori & P. Bakker. Cotesia erionotae (Wilkinson) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) for biological control of Banana Skipper, Erionota thrax (L.) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Papua New Guinea. Suppl. 4: 99–105

Saragih, H., H. Okuhira & S. Yoshida. Influence of Transmigration on Sustainable Agriculture in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Suppl. 7: 17-40

Schreiner, I.H. Sources of new insects established on Guam in the post World War II period. Suppl. 3: 5-13

Scudder, G.G.E. Exotic Pests in the Pacific--Problems and Solutions: Introductory Remarks. Suppl. 3: v-vi

Silva-Krott, I.U., P. Singh, T.S. Lali & R. Muniappan. Influence of fertilizers and wind on aphid infestation and cucumber yield. 28(1): 25–30

Suta, A.R. & N.M. Esguerra. Recent history of biological control in the Freely Associated States of Micronesia. Suppl. 4: 61–64

Takeuchi, K. & S. Kayano. Occurrence of the giant African snail in the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands, Japan. Suppl. 3: 109-116

Tauili‘ili, P. & A.M. Vargo. History of biological control in American Samoa. Suppl. 4: 57–60

Tsutsumi, L.H., S.C. Furutani, M. Nagao, V. Sworts & A.M. Vargo. An integrated approach to Adoretus control in Hawaii and American Samoa. Suppl. 4: 93–98

Vargo, A. M., L. Ali, K. Fruen, V. Sworts & S. Fa'aumu. The success of natural enemies in controlling introduced pests in American Samoa. Suppl. 4: 69–77

Viraktamath, C.A. Alien Invasive Insect and Mite Pests and Weeds in India and their Management, Suppl. 6: 67-83 

Wall, G.C. .  Microscopic Aliens Threatening the Pacific Region, Suppl. 6: 29-33

Wall, G.C., C.A. Kimmons, A.T. Wiecko & J. Richardson. Blackeye cowpea mosaic virus (BlCVM) in yard-long bean in the Mariana Islands, 29(2): 101–111

Waterhouse, D.F. Possibilities for the biological control of the breadfruit mealybug, Icerya aegyptiaca on Pacific atolls. Suppl. 3: 117-122

Waterhouse, D.F. Biological control in the Oceanic West Pacific: an overview. Suppl. 4: l–9

 

Biology

Abstracts of Masters theses in biology at the University of Guam, 1968-1991. 24(2):273-298 [Individually listed below.]

Anon. [International Symposium on Indo-Pacific Tropical Reef Biology]: Recommendations. 12(1): 199

Best, B.R. Effects of chlorine-induced oxidants on selected inshore organisms around Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 287

Clark, P., J.H. Underwood & P. Jones. Serum proteins in people of the Yap Islands. 11(1): 71-76

Dorst, J. Rapport sur la conservation de la nature aux iles Galapagos ιtabli pour le IBP/CT. 5(2): 271-273

Doty, M., F.R. Fosberg & D. Mueller-Dombois. Initial site studies for the International Program in the Tropical and Far Western Pacific. 5(2): 283-293

Eldredge, L.G. The need for faunistic information on Pacific coral reefs: Introductory remarks. 12(1): 149

Eldredge, L. G. A retrospective look at Guam's marine biodiversity.  35-35: 26-37. Abstract

Fosberg, F. R. Opening Remarks: Island Ecosystem Symposium. 3(1): 3-4

Goreau, T.F. Post Pleistocene urban renewal in coral reefs. 5(2): 323-326

Hadfield, M.G. Animal associates on coral reefs: Introductory remarks. 12(1): 67-68

Holdgate, M.W. & E.M. Nicholson. An international conservation program for the Pacific Islands. 3(1): 51-54

Kawaguti, S. The coral reef of Kikaijima, one of the Amami Islands, and the problem of its conservation. [abstract] 5(2): 311

Kawaguti, S. Effect of the green fluourescent pigment on the productivity of the reef corals. [abstract] 5(2): 313

Knox, G.A. The New Zealand Off-shore Islands. 5(2):.465-491

Maguire, B., Jr. Small freshwater organisms on Eniwetok Atoll. 3(2): 151-157

McConnell, J. & R. Muniappan. Ant damage to Dendrobium flowers. 24(1): 159-160 (Note)
Correction: 24(2): 301.

McMichael, D.F., & F.H. Talbot. Conservation of islands and coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef System, the Islands of the Coral Sea, and Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. 5(2): 493-496

Meyer, K.D. Intraspecific variation in the concentration of secondary metabolites in four species of green algae and its effects on feeding by herbivorous fishes. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 297-298

Muniappan, R., T. Marler & H. Hirsh. Trioza suavis galls on leaves of Elaeocarpus joga, 33(1/2):  167-169.  Full text

Neubauer, C.P. The effects of land clearing on a small watershed in southern Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 289

Neudecker, S. Species distribution and biomass accumulation of coral reef fouling communities on translucent and opaque settling plate surfaces. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 283

Nicholson, E.M. & L.G. Eldredge. Pacific Island Meeting -- proceedings [and resolutions]. 5(2): 223-269

Numata, M. Ecological background and conservation of Japanese Islands. 5(2): .295-302

Owen, R.P. The status of conservation in the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. 5(2): 303-306

Paulay, G. Marine biodiversity of Guam and the Marianas: overview. 35-35: 3-25. Abstract

Perry, R. Conservation problems in the Galapagos Islands. 5(2): 275-281

Polhemus, D.A., J. Maciolek & J. Ford. An ecosystem classification of inland waters for the tropical Pacific islands. 25(2): 155-173

Rowley, D.M. Analysis of biofouling communities on settling plates at the proposed ocean thermal energy conversion site off Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 286

Ryu, E. & R.L. Haddock. Leptospirosis within the Territory of Guam: Prevalence among canines. 10(1): 13-15

Sachet, M.-H. Coral islands as ecological laboratories. 3(1): 45-49

Sanger, H.R. Assimilation of epiphytized and nonepiphytized blades of the seagrass Halodule uninervis by the herbivorous rabbitfish Siganus argenteus (Quoy & Gaimard). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 296

Schreiner, I. Demography and recruitment of selected trees in the limestone forest of Guam in relation to introduced ungulates, 30(1): 169–181

Stoddart, D.R. Continuity and crisis in the reef comniunity. 12(1): 1-9

Waterhouse, D. F. Biological control: mutual advantages of interaction between Australia and the Oceanic Pacific. Suppl. 3: 83-92

Wells, J.W. Aspects of Pacific coral reefs. 5(2): 317-322

Wylie, C.R. Chemical defenses in three species of Sinularia (Coelenterata, Alcyonacea): Effects against the predator Chaetodon unimaculatus (Perciformes). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 296

Yamaguchi, M. Sea level fluctuations and mass mortalities of reef animals in Guam, Mariana Islands. 11(2): 227-243

Yonge, C.M. Conservation of coral reefs. 5(2): 307-310

 

Botany

algae

Apuron, A.S. Guam seaweed poisoning: invocation. 26(1): 5

Bignami, G.S. Guam seaweed poisoning: hemolysis neutralization assay
for marine toxins. 26(1): 49–52

Blas, F. Introductory remarks [to Guam seaweed poisoning conference]. 26(1): 9–10

Borja, M.S. Guam seaweed poisoning: environmental and epidemiological
studies. 26(1): 39–41

Bowden-Kirby, A. The freshwater red algae (Rhodophyta) of Guam, Palau, and Truk: A biogeographical, ecological, and distributional account. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 293

Camacho, P.D. Welcome to the [Guam seaweed poisoning] conference. 26(1): 7

Cordero, P.A., Jr. Udotea polychotomis, a new species of Chlorophyta from the Caroline Islands. 10(2): 243-249
Corrigenda: 4(2): 372

Cruz, O.T. Guam seaweed poisoning: presentation of patients at the emergency
room. 26(1): 19–21

Dahl, A.L. Generation of photosynthetic surface area by coral reef algae. 12(1): 43-47

Doty, M.S. Farming the red seaweed, Eucheuma, for carrageenans. 9(1): 59-73

Eastlick, P. Production and deposition rates of stromatolites on the Asmafines River in southern Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 298

Fitzgerald, W.J., Jr. Environmental parameters influencing the growth of Enteromorpha clathrata (Roth) J. Ag. in the intertidal zone on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 279

Garbary, D.J., J.C. Oliveira, R.F. Scagel & S. Villeneuve. Notes and distribution records for the marine algae of Fiji. 24(2): 249-260

Garrigue, C. & R.T. Tsuda. Catalog of marine benthic algae from New Caledonia. 21(1/2): 53-70

Gilbert, W.J. & M.S. Doty. Some additional records of Philippine marine Chlorophyta. 5(1): 121-130

Gordon, G.D., T. Masaki & H. Akioka. Floristic and distributional account of the common crustose coralline algae on Guam. 12(2): 247-277

Gordon, G.D. Floristic and distributional account of the common crustose coralline algae on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 277-278

Grosenbaugh, D.A. Role of the blue-green alga Nostoc muscorum as a possible nitrate source to the groundwater of Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 284

Haddock, R.L. Guam seaweed poisoning: food histories. 26(1): 35–38

Hodgson, L.M. & K.J. McDermid. Marine plants of Pohnpei and Ant Atoll: Chlorophyta, Phaeophyta and Magnoliophyta. 32(2): 289-307

Hohman, T.C. Diurnal periodicity in the photosynthetic activity of Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J. Agardh. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 275-276

Itono, H. Three species of Delesseriaceae (Rhodophyta) from Southern Japan. 8(1/2): 51-61

Itono, H. Studies on the southern Japanese species of Galaxaura (Rhodophyta). 13(1): 1-26

Itono, H. The genus Galaxaura (Rhodophyta) in Micronesia. 16(1): 1-19

Itono, H. & R.T. Tsuda. New algal genera and species records from Micronesia: Chamaedoris orientalis (Chlorophyta) and Rhodopeltis gracilis (Rhodophyta). 16(1): 21-27

James, S. Photosynthesis and respiration of two species of red algae, Gracilaria arcuata and Gracilaria edulis from Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 290-291

Kapraun, D.F. & W.A. Bowden. Additions to the benthic marine algal flora of Fiji. 14(2): 199-207

Kumano, S. Morphological study of nine taxa of Bostrychia (Rhodophyta) from southwestern Japan, Hong Kong and Guam. 15(1/2): 13-33

Lewin, R.A., L. Cheng & R.S. Alberte. Prochloron-ascidian symbioses: photosynthetic potential and productivity. 19(1/2): 165-170

Littler, M.M. Calcification and its role among the macroalgae. 12(1): 27-41

Lobban, C. S. & R. T. Tsuda. Revised checklist of benthic marine macroalgae and seagrasses of Guam and Micronesia.  35-36: 54-99. Abstract

Lobban, C.S., W.A Daily, F.K. Daily, R. Hoshaw & M. Schefter. Periphyton, excluding diatoms and desmids, from Yap, Caroline Islands. 23(1): 27-40

Lobban, C.S., D. Honda, M. Chihara & M. Schefter. Chrysocystis fragilis gen. nov., sp. nov. (Chrysophyceae, Sarcinochrysidales), with notes on other macroscopic chrysophytes (golden algae) on Guam reefs. 28(1): 91–102       Photo of new species
Errata: 30(2): 205

Loerzel, A. Guam seaweed poisoning: pathological findings. 26(1): 31–32

Marsh, J.A., Jr. Energetic role of algae in reef ecosystems. 12(1): 13-21

Matson, E. A. Water chemistry and hydrology of the "Blood of Sanvitores", a Micronesian red tide. 24(1): 95-108

McDermid, K.J., L.M. Hodgson & I.A. Abbott. Marine plants of Pohnpei and Ant Atoll:   Rhodophyta, with biogeographic comparisons to other Pacific atolls and island groups. 34(2):  113-140 

Meneses, I. & I.A. Abbott. Gracilaria and Polycavernosa (Rhodophyta) from Micronesia. 20(1/2): 187-200

Merten, M., Sr. Ecological observations of Halimeda macroloba Decaisne (Chlorophyta) on Guam. 7(1/2): 27-44

Motoda, S. An assessment of primary productivity of a coral reef lagoon in Palau, Western Caroline Islands, based on the data obtained during 1935-37. [abstract] 5(2): 315

Nam, K.W. & Y. Saito. Anatomical characteristics of Laurencia papillosa (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) from Guam and Palau. 24(1): 87-94

Natarajan, O.V. Guam seaweed poisoning: environmental investigation and actions. 26(1): 43–44

N’Yeurt, A.D.R., G.R. South & D.W. Keats. A revised checklist of the benthic marine algae of the Fiji Islands, South Pacific (including the island of Rotuma), 29(1): 49–98

Park, H.Y. Guam seaweed poisoning: autopsy findings. 26(1): 33–34

Paul, V.J. Guam seaweed poisoning: seaweed testing on Guam. 26(1): 45–47

Pendleton, D.E. Potential impact of a proposed stack gas sulfur scrubber on Gracilaria arcuata (Rhodophyta). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 291

Peterson, R.D. Effects of light intensity on the morphology and productivity of Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J. Agardh. 8(1/2): 63-86

Peterson, R.D. Effects of light intensity on the morphology and productivity of Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J. Agardh. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 275

Potter, T.S. Effects of different habitats on morphological variation within natural population of three reported species of Dictyota (Phaeophyta). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 294

Romeo, C.J. Taxonomic use of phycobiliprotein electrophoretic banding patterns from the Rhodophyta of Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 290

Roos, R. Guam seaweed poisoning: symptoms and treatment of cases. 26(1): 23–29

Russell, D.J. Introduction of Eucheuma to Fanning Atoll, Kiribati, for the purpose of mariculture 18 (2): 35-44

Salleh, A. & P. Milow. Notes on Printzina bossei (de Wildeman) Thompson et Wujek (Trentepohliaceae, Chlorophyta) from Malaysia (Note), 30(1): 193–198

Salleh, A. & P. Milow. Notes on Trentepohlia dialepta (Nylander) Hariot (Trentepohliaceae, Chlorophyta) and sporangia of some other species of Trentepohlia Mart. from Malaysia,  31(2): 373–378    Abstract

Seto, R. Comparative study of Thorea gaudichaudii (Rhodophyta) from Guam and Okinawa. 15(1/2): 35-39

Sournia, A. & M. Ricard. Phytoplankton and primary productivity in Takapoto Atoll, Tuamotu Islands. 11(2): 159-166

South, G.R. & H. Kasahara. A preliminary checklist of the benthic marine algae of the Fiji Islands, South Pacific. 25(1): 41-70

South, G.R. & S. Yen. Notes on the benthic marine algae of Nauru, Central Pacific. 25(1): 123-131 (Note)

South, G.R. & A. de R. N'Yeurt. Contributions to a catalogue of benthic marine algae of Fiji. II. Caulerpa and Caulerpella (Chlorophyta - Caulerpales). 26(2): 109–138

South, G.R., A. de R. N'Yuert & R.A. Raj-Prasad. Additions and amendments to the benthic marine algal flora of Fiji, including the island of Rotuma. 26(2): 177–198

South, G.R. & P.A. Skelton. A review of Ceramium (Rhodophyceae, Ceramiales) from Fiji and Samoa, South Pacific, 33(1/2): 45-98.  Full text

Stadler, J. Guam seaweed poisoning: questions, answers and comments
session. 26(1): 59–67

Steele, J.H. Guam seaweed poisoning: common marine toxins. 26(1): 11–18

Stojkovich, J.O. Revision of the pantropical algal genus Avrainvillea Decaisne (Codiales, Codiaceae). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 284-285

Thorhaug, A. Tropical macroalgae as pollution indicator organisms. 12(1): 49-65

Trono, G.C., Jr. The marine benthic algae of the Caroline Islands, I. Introduction, Chlorophyta, and Cyanophyta. 4(2): 137-206

Trono, G.C., Jr. The marine benthic algae of the Caroline Islands, II. Phaeophyta and Rhodophyta. 5(1): 25-119

Trono, G., Jr. Some new species of marine benthic algae from the Caroline Islands, Western-Central Pacific. 7(1/2): 45-77

Tsuda, R.T. Some marine benthic algae from Marcus Island, Bonin Islands. 4(2): 207-212

Tsuda, R.T. Marine benthic algae of Guam. I. Phaeophyta. 8(1/2): 87-115

Tsuda, R. T. Role of benthic algae in the coral reef ecosystem: introductory remarks. 12(1): 11

Tsuda, R.T. Occurrence of the genus Sargassum (Phaeophyta) on two Pacific atolls. 12(2): 279-282

Tsuda, R.T. & F.O. Wray. Bibliography of marine benthic algae in Micronesia. 13(1): 85-120

Tsuda, R.T. Bibliography of marine benthic algae of Micronesia: Addendum. 17 (1/2): 213-218.

Tsuda, R.T. Further records of Ulva (Chlorophyta) in Micronesia. 18 (2): 193-194 (Note)

Tsuda R.T. Distribution of Ulva (Chlorophyta) on Pacific Islands. 4(2): 365-368 (Note)

West, J.A. & H.P. Calumpong. New records of marine algae from the Philippines. 23 (2): 181-190 (Note)

Wiebe, W.J. Nitrogen cycle on a coral reef. 12(1): 23-26

Wilkins, S.DeC. Effects of post-harvest holding conditions on the quality of agar extracted from two species of Gracilaria (Rhodophyta) from Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 295

Yasumoto, Y. Guam seaweed poisoning: Gracilaria toxins. 26(1): 53–57

Zolan, W.J. Periphytic diatom assemblages on a windward fringing reef flat in Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 285-286

 

plantae

Alkire, W.H. Native classification of flora on Woleai Atoll. 10(1): 1-5

Chapman, V.J. Conservation of maritime vegetation and the introduction of submerged freshwater aquatics. 3(1): 31-35

Craig, R.J. Ecological characteristics of a native limestone forest on Saipan, Mariana Islands. 25(1): 85-97

Craig, R.J. Regeneration of native Mariana Island forest in disturbed habitats. 26(2): 99–108

Denton, G.R.W., R. Muniappan & M. Marutani. The distribution and biological control of Lantana camara in Micronesia. Suppl. 3: 71-81

Endress, B.A. The importance of endemic species to forest succession in Palau. 34(2):  141-153.  

Fosberg, F.R. & B.C. Stone. Leucaena insularum in Guam. 2(1): 67-70

Fosberg, F.R. Critical notes on Pacific Island plants. I. 2(2): 143-152

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Plants of Southeastern Polynesia. I. 2(2): 153-159

Fosberg, F.R. Observations on vegetation patterns and dynamics on Hawaiian and Galapageian Volcanoes. 3(2): 129-134

Fosberg, F.R. Critical notes on Pacific Island plants. 2. 4(2): 255-259

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Plants of Southeastern Polynesia. 2. 8(1/2): 43-49

Fosberg, F. R. & M.-H. Sachet. Plants of southeastern Polynesia. 3. 10(2): 251-256

Fosberg, F.R. & M.V.C. Falanruw. Noteworthy Micronesian plants. 1. 11(1): 77-80

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Noteworthy Micronesian plants. 2. 11(1): 81-84

Fosberg, F. R. Distributional extensions of marine spermatophytes. 12(2): 317-318 (Note)

Fosberg, F.R., M.V.C. Falanruw & M.-H. Sachet. Additional records of vascular plants from the Northern Mariana Islands. 13(1): 27-31

Fosberg, F.R., M.-H. Sachet & R. Oliver. A geographical checklist of the Micronesian Dicotyledonae. 15(1/2): 41-295

Fosberg, F.R. & J.E. Canfield. Noteworthy Micronesian plants. 3. 16(2): 189-200

Fosberg, F.R. & M.V.C. Falanruw. Noteworthy Micronesian plants. 4. 16(2): 201-210

Fosberg, F.R., M.V.C. Falanruw & M.-H. Sachet. Additional records of vascular plants from the Northern Mariana Islands. 2. 16(2): 211-214

Fosberg, F.R., M.-H. Sachet & R. Oliver. Geographical checklist of the Micronesian Pteridophyta and Gymnospermae. 18 (1): 23-82
Erratum: see back of contents page, 18(2)

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Notes on Sphenomeris chinensis (L.) Maxon ex Kramer. 18 (1): 129-133 (Note)

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Micronesian Poaceae: critical and distributional notes. 18 (2): 45-102
Errata: front of 19(1/2)

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. The identity of Desmodium purpureum (Roxburgh) Hooker & Arnott. 18 (2): 195-196 (Note)

Fosberg, F.R. & D. Herbst. A Nesogenes (Chloanthaceae) from Micronesia. 19(1/2): 11-15

Fosberg, F.R., M.-H. Sachet & R. Oliver. A geographical checklist of the Micronesian Monocotyledonae. 20(1/2): 19-129

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Noteworthy Micronesian plants. 5. 20(1/2): 131-156

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. The genus Timonius (Rubiaceae) in the Palau Islands. 20(1/2): 157-164

Fosberg, F.R. & M.-H. Sachet. Notes on Micronesian Cyperaceae. 20(1/2): 165-170

Fosberg, F.R. New and noteworthy Cook Island plants. 23(1): 1-4

Fosberg, F.R. & L. Raulerson. Noteworthy Micronesian plants. 6. 23 (2): 139-152

Fosberg, F.R. Comment: Casuarina in Miscanthus savana on Guam. 24(1): 163 (Note)

Fosberg, F. R. Pacific Island plants--taxonomic and distributional notes. 25(2): 175-199 (Note)

Hosokawa, T. Life-form of vascular plants and the climatic conditions of the Micronesian Islands. 3(1): 19-30

Hunter-Anderson, R. A review of traditional Micronesian high island horticulture in Belau, Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Kosrae. 24(1) 1-56

Hymowitz, T., R.J. Singh & R.P. Larkin. Long-distance dispersal: the case for allopolyploid Glycine tabacina (Labill.) Benth. and G. tomentella Hayata in the West-Central Pacific. 23(1): 5-13

Inman, N. Notes on some poisonous plants of Guam. 3(1): 55-66

Koyama, T. The Cyperaceae of Micronesia. 1(1): 59-112

Lessa, W.A. Traditional uses of the vascular plants of Ulithi Atoll, with comparative notes. 13(2): 129-190

Manner, H.I. & E. Mallon. An annotated list of the vascular plants of Puluwat Atoll. 22(1): 23-63

Marler, T & J.H. Lawrence.  Chemical limitations of yoga root growth in an acid soil. 37(1): 157-161. 

Maxwell, B.D. Floristic description of native upland forests on Kosrae, Eastern Caroline Islands. 18 (2): 109-120

McConnell, J. & R. Muniappan. Introduced ornamental plants that have become weeds on Guam. Suppl. 3: 47-50

McDermid, K.J. & A. Edward. Seagrass community composition and biomass at Nahpali Island, Pohnpei,  31(2): 255–262     Abstract

McMillan, C. Halodule pinifolia in the Palau lslands (Belau). 16(2): 357-363 (Note)

Meρez, E.G. & H.P. Calumpong. Thalassodendron ciliatum: an unreported seagrass in the Philippines. 18 (2): 103-108

Miller, H.A. Bryophyta of Guam and Northern Micronesia. 4(1): 49-83

Miller, H.A. & D. R. Smith. Mosses from Truk, Caroline Islands. 4(2): 213-237

Miller, H.A. Hepaticae from Truk, Caroline Islands. 4(2): 239-254

Moore, P.H. Composition of a limestone forest community on Guam. 9(1): 45-58

Morton, J.M., F.A. Amidon & L.R. Quinata. Structure of a limestone forest on Northern Guam. 32(2): 229-244

Motoda, S. An assessment of primary productivity of a coral reef lagoon in Palau, Western Caroline Islands, based on the data obtained during 1935-37. [abstract] 5(2): 315

Muniappan, S. The determination of plant communities along a complex environmental gradient at Hilaan Beach, Guam. 12(2): 283-302

Muniappan, R. & J.A. Crisostomo. Gastrochilus dasypogon, a new orchid record on Guam. 19(1/2): 171-172 (Note)

Muniappan, R. & M. Marutani. Distribution and control of Chromolaena odorata (Asteraceae). Suppl. 3: 103-107

Muniappan, S. The determination of plant communities along a complex environmental gradient at Hilaan Beach, Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 280

Nakanishi, H. Stranded tropical seeds and fruits on the coast of the Japanese Mainland. 20(1/2): 201-213

Newell, C.A. Distribution of Glycine tabacina (Labill.) Benth. in the West Central Pacific 17 (1/2): 59-65.

Palmer, M.W. The vegetation and anthropogenic disturbance of Toloa Forest, Tongatapu Island, South Pacific. 21(1/2): 279-281 (Note)

Perry, G. & J.M. Morton. Regeneration rates of the woody vegetation of Guam’s Northwest Field following major disturbance: land use patterns, feral ungulates, and cascading effects of the brown treesnake, 32(1): 125-142     Abstract

Raulerson, L. Strongylodon lucidus (Forst. f.) Seem. on Guam. 24(1): 161 (Note)

Richardson, J. & M. Marutani. Effect of pre-treatments on seed germination of Serianthes nelsoni Merrill (Fabaceae). 30(2): 439–440

Rinehart, A.F. & F.R. Fosberg. Nervilia jacksoniae nov. sp., a new species of Orchidaceae from Guam and Rota. 24(1): 81-85

Ritter, M.W. & C.M. Naugle. Population characteristics, germination and proposed management of Elaeocarpus joga Merr. on Guam: a regionally endemic tree,  31(2): 275–281    Abstract

Room, P.M. Biological control of floating weeds in the Pacific: history and status. Suppl. 4: 41–47

Schreiner, I. Demography and recruitment of selected trees in the limestone forest of Guam in relation to introduced ungulates, 30(1): 169–181

Scully, B.T. & W.S. Null,. Further additions to the flora of Guam. 21(1/2): 227-255

St. John, H. Revision of Capparis spinosa and its African, Asiatic, and Pacific Relatives. 2(1): 25-45

Stone, B.C. A review of the new botanical names published in Safford's Useful Plants of Guam. 1(1) :123-130

Stone, B.C. Additions to the flora of Guam. 1(1): 131-136

Stone, B. C. Ophioglossum pendulum in the Marshall Islands. 1(1): 155 (Note)

Stone, B.C. Further additions to the flora of Guam. 2(1): 47-50

Stone, B.C. Notes on Polyscias (Araliaceae) from Micronesia. 2(1): 51-59

Stone, B.C. Some vernacular names of plants from Kapingamarangi and Nukuoro Atolls, Caroline Islands. 2(2): 131-132

Stone, B.C. Further additions to the flora of Guam. III. 2(2): 133-141

Stone, B.C. The phytogeography of Guam. 3(1): 67-73

Stone, B.C. The genus Pandanu in Micronesia. I. The Marianas species. 3(2): 105-128
Corrigenda: 4(2): 371

Stone, B.C. Notes on Pandanus in the Line Islands. 4(1): 85-93
Corrigenda: 4(2): 371

Stone, B.C. The Flora of Guam. A Manual for the Identification of the Vascular Plants of the Island. 6(1/2): 1-659

Stone, B.C. The genus Pandanus in Micronesia. II. Section Microstigma. 7(1/2): 85-93

Stone, B. C. The genus Pandanus in Micronesia. III. Pandanus patina Martelli. 7(1/2): 95-98

Stone, B.C. East Polynesian species of Freycinetia Gaudichaud (Pandanaceae). 17 (1/2): 47-58

Stone, B.C. The genus Loheria Merrill (Myrsinaceae). 24(1): 65-80

Straatmans, W. Dynamics of some Pacific Island forest communities in relation to the survival of the endemic flora. 1(1): 113-122

Swanson, E.S. Hepaticae from Palau, Caroline Islands, I. Phytogeography. 5(1): 131-137

Swanson, E.S. & H.A. Miller. Hepaticae from Palau, Caroline Islands, II. Enumeration. 5(1): 139-149

Thaman, R.R. Lantana camara: its introduction, dispersal and impact on islands of the Tropical Pacific Ocean. 10(1): 17-39

Tsuda, R.T., F.R. Fosberg & M.-H. Sachet. Distribution of sea-grasses in Micronesia. 13(2): 191-198

van Steenis, C.G.G.J. Man and plants in the tropics: an appeal to Micronesians for the preservation of nature. 2(1): 61-65

Wiles, G.J., C.F. Aguon, G.W. Davis & D.J. Grout. The status and distribution of endangered animals and plants in northern Guam. 28(1): 31–49

Wycherley, P.R. The phenology of plants in the humid tropics. 9(1): 75-96

 

 

Microbiology

Adair, C.N. The presence of the fungus Pythium acanthicum Drechsler in soil on Guam. 4(2): 363 (Note)

Adair, C.N. A review of fungi reported from the Mariana Islands. 7(1/2): 79-83

Lobban, C.S. & M. Schefter. An abundance of marine Stentor (Ciliophora: Spirotrichea) epiphytic on Padina (Phaeophyta) (Note), 29(1): 99–100

Marutani, M. & E. Manalastas. Evaluation of two methods to estimate the populations of indigenous N-fixers associated with tropical legumes, 33(1/2): 153-160.  Full text

Marutani, M., J. Richardson, V. Edirveerasingam, D. Taitano, D. Borthakur. Indigenous Rhizobium strains from Guam contain a mimosine degrading gene,  31(2): 379-385     Abstract

Matson, E.A. Fecal pollution in Guam's coastal waters and sediments. 26(2): 155–175

Pinhey, T.K. & R.L. Haddock. Characteristics of mothers of infant salmonellosis and shigellosis patients in Guam. (Note) 28(1): 119–125

Richardson, S. L. & R. N. Clayshulte. An annotated checklist of Foraminifera of Guam.  35-36: 38-53. Abstract

Wall, G.C. Plant diseases of recent introduction to Guam. Suppl. 3: 41-45

Zahner, S. Two bacterial diseases of solanaceous crops on Guam: Pseudomonas solanacearum and Xanthomonas vesicatoria. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 277

 

Zoology

benthic invertebrates

Ahyong, S. & M. V. Erdmann. The stomatopod Crustacea of Guam.  35-36: 315-352. Abstract

Bailey-Brock, J. H. Coral reef polychaetes of Guam and Saipan, Mariana Islands.  35-36: 200-217. Abstract

Bailey-Brock, J.H., J.K. White & L.A. Ward. Effects of algal turf and depressions as refuges on polychaete assemblages of a windward reef bench at Enewetak Atoll. 16(1): 43-58

Banner, A.H. & D.M. Banner. Contributions to the knowledge of the Alpheid shrimp of the Pacific Ocean. Part XII. Collections from the Marshall and Caroline Islands. 4(2): 261-294

Banner, A. H. & D.M. Banner. Contributions to the knowledge of the Alpheid shrimp of the Pacific Ocean. Part XVI. A new shrimp of the genus Synalpheus (Decapoda, Alpheidae) from Palau. 8(1/2): 137-139

Banner, D.M. & A.H. Banner. Annotated checklist of alpheid and ogyridid shrimp from the Philippine Archipelago and the South China Sea. 14(2): 215-257

Banta, W.C. & S. Santagata. Annotated species list of the Bryozoa of Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia, 29(2): 305–312

Barnard, J.L. Amphipoda (Crustacea) from the Indo-Pacific tropics: A review. 12(1): 169-181

Bayer, F.M. A new species of Trichogorgia and records of two other octocorals new to the Palau Islands. 10(2): 257-271        Photo of new species

Beardsley, J.W. Exotic terrestrial arthropods in the Hawaiian Islands: origins and impacts. Suppl. 4: 11–15

Belk, D. & D. Hotaling. Guam record of the freshwater medusa Craspedacusta sowberyi Lankester. 7(1/2): 229-230 (Note)

Benayahu, Y. A review of three alcyonacean families (Octocorallia) from Guam, 30(2): 207–244

Bergquist, P.R. Additions to the sponge fauna of the Hawaiian Islands. 3(2): 159-174

Bergquist, P.R., & C.A. Tizard. Australian intertidal sponges from the Darwin area. 3(2): 175-202

Bergquist, P.R., J.E. Morton & C.A. Tizard. Some Demospongiae from the Solomon Islands with descriptive notes on the major sponge habitats. 7(1/2): 99-121

Bergquist, P.R. Deep water Demospongiae from New Zealand. 8(1/2): 125-136

Birkeland, C. An experimental method of studying corals during early stages of growth. 12(2): 319-322 (Note)

Braley, R.D. Distribution and abundance of the giant clams Tridacna gigas and T derasa on the Great Barrier Reef. 20(1/2): 215-223

Braley, R.D. Spatial distribution and population parameters of Tridacna gigas and T derasa. 20(1/2): 225-246

Braley, R.D. Reproductive periodicity in the indigenous oyster Saccostrea cucullata in Sasa Bay, Apra Harbor, Guam, with reference to cultivation. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 287-288

Bruce, A.J. Coral reef Caridea and "commensalism." 12(1): 83-98

Bruce, A.J. Periclimenes kororensis n. sp., an unusual shrimp associate of the fungiid coral, Heliofungia actiniformis. 13(1): 33-43

Bruce, A.J. Some pontoniine shrimps from the Solomon Islands. 16(2): 261-269

Bruce, A.J. Pontoniine shrimps from Viti Levu, Fijian Islands. 17 (1/2): 77-95.
Corrigendum: 18(1).

Bruce, A.J. Periclimenes tonga sp. nov., a commensal shrimp associated with a scyphozoan host from Tonga (Crustacea: Decapoda: Palaemonidae). 21(1/2): 23-32

Bryan, P.G. Growth rate, toxicity, and distribution of the encrusting sponge Terpios sp. (Hadromerida: Suberitidae) in Guam, Mariana Islands. 9(2): 237-242

Cairns, S.D. Distichopora (Haplomerismos) anceps, a new Stylasterine coral (Coelenterata: Stylasterina) from deep water off the Hawaiian Islands. 14(1): 83-87

Carlson, C. & P.J. Hoff. Note on a bivalved gastropod from Guam. 7(1/2): 237-238 (Note)

Carlson, C.H. & P.J. Hoff. The identifiable Elysia from Guam (Elysiidae, Sacoglossa, Opisthobranchia). 14(1): 89-113

Carlson, C.H. & P.J. Hoff. Notes on Atys multistratus Schepman, 1913 (Opisthobranchia: Cephalaspidea: Haminoeidae), 33(1/2):  169-178.  Full text

Carlson, C. & P. J. Hoff. The opisthobranchs of the Mariana Islands.  35-36: 271-293. Abstract

Castro, P. Brachyuran crabs symbiotic with scleractinian corals: A review of their biology. 12(1): 99-110

Castro, P. The trapeziid crabs (Brachyura) of Guam and Northern Mariana Islands, with the description of a new species of Trapezia Latreille, 1828.  35-36: 440-455. Abstract

Chandran, R. The distribution and abundances of holothurians in Saipan lagoon, Mariana Islands. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 295

Chao, S-M., F.W.C. Rowe & K-H. Chang. A new species in the synaptid genus Patinapta (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea), from Taiwan. 21(1/2): 33-38

Chartock, M.A. Habitat and feeding observations on species of Ophiocoma (Ophiocomidae) at Enewetak. 19(1/2): 131-149

Cheney, D.P. An analysis of the Acanthaster control programs in Guam and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. 9(2): 171-180

Cheng, L. Halobates (Heteroptera: Gerridae) from Micronesia with notes on a laboratory population of H. mariannarum. 17 (1/2): 97-106.

Cheng, L. & W. N. Mathis. Marine insects of Guam: Heteroptera and Diptera.  35-36: 514-522. Abstract

Clark, A.M. Tropical epizoic echinoderms and their distribution. 12(1): 111-117

Clark, A.M. Review of present status of knowledge of Pacific echinoderms. 12(1): 193-195

Clayshulte, R.N. Distribution and recruitment of foraminifera in the families Acervulinidae and Homotrematidae in shallow coral environments on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 287

Clouse, R. End-plate spicules in Bohadschia marmorata (Jaeger) (Holothuroidea: Holothuriidae) (Note), 30(1): 187–192

Clouse, R. Burying behavior in an Indo-Pacific sea cucumber, Bohadschia marmorata Jaeger (Holothuroidea): a circadian, not circatidal, rhythm, 30(2): 245-257

Colgan, M.W. Long-term recovery processes of a coral reef community afler a catastrophic disturbance. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 289-290

Cooke, W.J. Shallow water hydroids from Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands. 11(1): 85-108

Corner, B. & H.T. Moore. Field observations on the reproductive behavior of Sepia latimanus. 16(2): 235-260

Dana, T.F. & W.A. Newman. Massive aggregation and migration of Acanthaster: behavioral responses to severe food limitation. (Abstract) 9(2): 205

Danforth, C.G. New bopyrids (Isopoda) from the Indian and Pacific Oceans. 7(1/2): 163-177

Day, J.E. Growth rates of, and predation on, different size classes of Quidnipagus palatum (Bivalvia) on two reef flats of Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 282

Devaney, D.M. Shallow-water asterozoans of southeastern Polynesia. II. Ophiuroidea. 10(1): 105-204

Devaney, D.M. A review of the genus Ophiomastix (Ophiuroidea: Ophiocomidae). 14(2): 273-359

Dickinson, R.E. The occurrence and natural habitat of the mangrove crab, Scylla serrata (Forskal), on Ponape and Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 281

Donaldson, T.J. Agonistic behavior of the freshwater prawn Macrobrachium lar in relation to size and sex. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 288-289

Doty, J.E. Fission in Holothuria atra and holothurian population growth. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 281-282

Dunn, D.F. & W.M. Hamner. Amplexidiscus fenestrafer n. gen., n. sp, (Coelenterata: Anthozoa), a tropical Indo-Pacific Corallimorpharian. 16(1): 29-36

Edmonds, S.J. Some sipunculans and echiurans, chiefly from Guam (Sipuncula and Echiura). 7(1/2): 137-151

Eldredge, L.G. A taxonomic review of Indo-Pacific didemnid ascidians and descriptions of twenty-three Central Pacific species. 2(2): 161-261

Eldredge, L.G. Indo-Pacific ascidian studies. 12(1): 197-198

Eldredge, L.G. Two new species of lithodid (Anomura, Paguridea, Lithodidae) crabs from Guam. 12(2): 309-315

Eldredge, L. G. Two species of Homola (Dromiacea, Homolidae) from Guam. 16(2): 271-277

Ellis-Neill, L. Distributional and production dynamics of benthic invertebrates in a tropical stream on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 295

Fauchald, K. A review of the need for work on polychaete systematics on Indo-Pacific coral reefs. 12(1): 165-167

Galil, B.S. Two new species of Trapezia (Decapoda: Brachyura), coral-inhabiting crabs from Taiwan. 19(1/2): 123-129

Garth, J.S. The Crustacea Decapoda (Brachyura and Anomura) of Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, with special reference to the obligate commensals of branching corals. 1(1): 137-144

Garth, J.S. Demania toxica, a new species of poisonous crab from the Philippines. 7(1/2): 179-183

Gawel, M.J. Asterospicularia randalli: a new species of Asterospiculariidae (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) from Guam. 12(2): 303-307     Photo of new species

Gawel, M.J.J. The common shallow-water soft corals (Alcyonacea) of Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 281

Gershwin, L.-A. Scyphozoa and Cubozoa of Guam.  35-36: 156-158. Abstract

Greenwood, J.G. & D.R. Fielder. A comparative study of larval morphology of four species of Thalamita (Crustacea: Portunidae). 15(1/2): 309-314

Greenwood, J.G. & D.R. Fjelder. Larval development of three species of Sesarma (Crustacea, Brachyura, Grapsidae) from Eastern Australia. 21(1/2): 71-91

Grimm, G.R. Genetic variation in Macrobrachium lar on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 291

Grygier, M.J. Redescription of Gorgonolaureus bikiniensis (Crustacea: Ascothoracica), with a reevaluation of its familial affinities. 17 (1/2): 67-76.

Grygier, M. J. A crustacean endoparasite (Ascothoracida: Synagogidae) of an antipatharian from Guam. 23(1): 15-25

Hadfield, M.G. Molluscs associated with living tropical corals. 12(1): 133-148

Haig, J. Decapod Crustacea of Pacific coral reefs. 12(1): 183-185

Haig, J. & P.A. McLaughlin. New Calcinus species (Decapoda: Anomura: Diogenidae) from Hawaii, with a key to the local species. 19(1/2): 107-121

Haig, J. & R.K. Kropp. Petrolisthes eldredgei, a new porcellanid crab from the Indo-West Pacific, with redescription of two related species. 20(1/2): 171-186

Hamner, W.M. & D.F. Dunn. Tropical Corallimorpharia (Coelenterata: Anthozoa): feeding by envelopment. 16(1): 37-41

Hansen, P.A. & B.W. Halstead. The venomous sea anemone Actinodendron plumosum Haddon of South Vietnam. 7(1/2): 123-136

Haynes, A. Notes on the stream neritids (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) of Oceania. 21(1/2): 93-102

Heyward, A.J. Reproductive status of some Guam corals. 21(1/2): 272-274 (Note)

Hopper, D.R. Reproductive biology of Actinopyga mauritiana (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 297

Humes, A.G. Asterocheres enewetakensis, new species (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida), from a sponge at Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, 30(2): 259-267

Jameson, S.C. Early life history of the giant clams Tridacna crocea Lamarck, Tridacna maxima (Roding), and Hippopus hippopus (Linnaeus). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 278

Johnson, S. A new Indo-West Pacific species of the dendronotacean nudibranch Bortiella (Mollusca: Opisthobranchia) with anguilliform swimming behavior. 19(1/2): 17-26

Kay, E.A. The status of faunistic studies of Pacific coral reef mollusks: 1974. 12(1): 187-191

Kelly, M., J. Hooper, V. Paul, G. Paulay, R. van Soest & R. de Weerdt. Taxonomic inventory of the sponges (Porifera) of the Mariana Islands.  35-36: 100-120. Abstract

Kensley, B. Axioid shrimps from Guam (Crustacea, Decapoda, Thalassinidea).  35-36: 359-384. Abstract

Kerr, A., D.R. Norris, P.J. Schupp, K.D. Meyer, T.J. Pitlik, D.R. Hopper, J.D. Chamberlain & L. S. Meyer. Range extensions of echinoderms (Asteroidea, Echinoidea and Holothuroidea) to Guam, Mariana Islands. 25(2): 201-216 (Note)

Kirkendale, L. & D. R. Calder. Hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) from Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI).  35-36: 159-188. Abstract

Kirkendale, L. & C. G. Messing. An annotated checklist and key to the Crinoidea of Guam. 35-36:  523-546. Abstract

Kohn, A.J. & J.K. White. Polychaete annelids of an intertidal reef limestone platform at Tanguisson, Guam. 13(2): 199-215

Kohn, A.J. Populations of tropical intertidal gastropods before and after a typhoon. 16(2): 215-228

Kott, P. Didemnid-algal symbioses: host species in the western Pacific with notes on the symbiosis. 18 (1): 95-127

Kropp, R.K. Three new species of Porcellanidae (Crustacea: Anomura) from the Mariana Islands and a discussion of Borradaile's Petrolisthes lamarckii complex. 19(1/2): 91-106

Kropp, R.K. Feeding biology of three hapalocarcinid crab species. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 288

Lamberson, J.O. Notes on the morphology, ecology and distribution of Thelenota anax H.L. Clark (Holothuroidea: Stichopodidae). 14(1): 115-122

Lambert, G. Marine biodiversity of Guam: the Ascidiacea.  35-36: 584-593. Abstract

Leberer, T. & Y. Cai. Shrimps of the Family Atyidae from Guam, Mariana Islands.  35-36: 355-358. Abstract

Lee, M.A.B. Food preferences and feeding behavior of the land crab Cardisoma carnifex. 21(1/2): 274-279 (Note)

Lucas, J.S. Reproductive and larval biology of Acanthaster planci (L.) in Great Barrier Reef waters. 9(2): 197-203

MacDonald, C.D. Fecundity and reproductive rates in Indo-West Pacific spiny lobsters. 21(1/2): 103-114

Maciolek, J.A. Shell character and habitat of nonmarine Hawaiian neritid snails. 14(2): 209-214

Marsh, J.A., Jr. & R.T. Tsuda. Population levels of Acanthaster planci in the Mariana and Caroline Islands, 1969-1972. (Abstract) 9(2): 165

Marsh, L.M. Shallow-water asterozoans of southeastern Polynesia. I. Asteroidea. 10(1): 65-104

Marsh, L.M. Coral reef asteroids of Palau, Caroline Islands. 13(2): 251-281

Massin, C. & D.J.W. Lane. Description of a new species of sea cucumber (Stichopodidae, Holothuroidea, Echinodermata) from the Eastern Indo-Malayan Archipelago: Thelenota rubralineata n. sp. 24(1): 57-64       Photo of new species

McLaughlin, P. A. Pseudopaguristes, a new and aberrant genus of hermit crabs (Anomura: Paguridea: Diogenidae). 34(2): 185-199. 

McLaughlin, P. A. & J. Haig. On the status of Pylopaguropsis zebra (Henderson), P. magnimanus (Henderson), and Galapagurus teevanus Boone, with descriptions of seven new species of Pylopaguropsis (Crustacea: Anomura; Paguridae). 22(2): 123-171

Meyer, D.L. & D.B. Macurda, Jr. Ecology and distribution of the shallow-water crinoids of Palau and Guam. 16(1): 59-99

Mochida, O. Spread of fresh-water Pomacea Snails (Pilidae, Mollusca) from Argentina to Asia. Suppl. 3: 51-62

Monniot, F. & C. Monniot. New collections of ascidians from the western Pacific and southeastern Asia, 29(2): 133–279      Photos of some new species

Neill, J.B. Burrow defense in the sea urchin Echinometra mathaei (Blainville) on an Indo-West Pacific reef flat. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 294

Newman, L.J. & P. Schupp. A new species of pseudocerotid flatworm (Platyhelminthes, Polycladida) from the Indo-Pacific. 34(2):  177-184.  

Newman, L. J., G. Paulay & R. Ritson-Williams. Checklist of polyclad flatworms (Platyhelminthes) from Micronesian coral reefs.  35-36: 189-199. Abstract

Newman,W.A., P.A. Jumars & A. Ross. Diversity trends in coral-inhabiting barnacles (Cirripedia, Pyrgomatinae). 12(1): 69-82

Ng, P.K.L. A new sesarmine crab of the genus Sesarmoides Serθne and Soh, 1970 (Crustacea Decipoda, Brachyura, Grapsidae) from Arawe Island, New Britain, Solomon Sea, with notes on the genus. 21(1/2): 181-187

Ng, P. K. L.  Olenothus, a new genus of euxanthine crab (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Xanthidae) from Guam. 34(2):  201-208. 

Ng, P. K. L.  On the identity of Pilumnus cristimanus A. Milne Edwards, 1873, and the status of Parapilumnus Kossmann, 1877 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura), with description of a new species from rubble beds in Guam. 34(2):  209-226. 

Ng, P. K. L. & N. K. Ng. Conleyus defodio, a new genus and new species of carcinoplacine crab (Crustacea: Brachyura: Goneplacidae) from deep rubble beds in Guam.  35-36: 431-439. Abstract

Ng, P. K. L. & M. Takeda. Atoportunus, a remarkable new genus of cryptic swimming crab (Crustacea; Decapoda; Brachyura: Portunidae), with descriptions of two new species from the Indo-West Pacific.  35-36: 417-430. Abstract

Nishihira, M. & K. Yamazato. Observations of Acanthaster population around Sesoko Island, Okinawa. (Abstract) 9(2): 183

Paulay, G. The Bivalvia (Mollusca) of Guam.  35-36: 218-243. Abstract

Paulay, G. The Asteroidea, Echinoidea, and Holothuroidea (Echinodermata) of the Mariana Islands.  35-36: 563-583. Abstract

Paulay, G. Miscellaneous marine invertebrates and protists from the Mariana Islands. 35-36: 676-682. Abstract

Paulay, G. & Y. Benayahu. Patterns and consequences of coral bleaching in Micronesia (Majuro and Guam) in 1992–1994, 32(1): 109-124       Abstract

Paulay, G. & A. Ross. An annotated checklist of the shallow water Cirripedia of Guam.  35-36: 303-314. Abstract

Paulay, G., R. Kropp, P. K. L. Ng & L. G. Eldredge. The crustaceans and pycnogonids of the Mariana Islands.  35-36: 456-513. Abstract

Paulay, G., M. P. Puglisi & J. A. Starmer. The non-scleractinian Anthozoa (Cnidaria) of the Mariana Islands.  35-36: 138-155. Abstract

Pearse, J.S. & S.W. Arch. The aggregation behavior of Diadema (Echinodermata Echinoidea). 5(1): 165-171

Pearson, R.G. Recovery of coral reefs on the Great Barrer Reef following attack by Acanthaster. (Abstract) 9(2): 223

Pearson, R.G. & R.N. Garrett. Acanthaster planci on the Great Barrier Reef: Swain Reefs and northern surveys in 1975. 14(2): 259-272

Plucer-Rosario, G. Effect of substrate and light on growth and distribution of Terpios, an encrusting sponge which kills corals. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 291

Randall, R.H. Reef physiography and distribution of corals at Tumon Bay, Guam, before crown-of-thorns starfish Acanthaster planci (L.) predation. 9(1): 119-158

Randall, R.H. Distribution of corals after Acanthaster planci (L.) infestation at Tanguisson Point, Guam. 9(2): 213-222

Randall, R.H. Some problems in reef coral taxonomy. 12(1): 151-156

Randall, R.H. Tanguisson-Tumon, Guam, reef corals before, during, and after the crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) predation. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 274-275

Randall, R. H. An annotated checklist of hydrozoan and scleractinian corals collected from Guam and other Mariana Islands.  35-36: 121-137. Abstract

Reichelt, R. Infaunal polychastes of reef crest habitats at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. 15(1/2): 297-307

Rice, M.E. Sipunculans associated with coral communities.. 12(1): 119-132

Rideout, R.S. Toxicity of the asteroid Linckia laevigata (L.) to the damselfish Dascyllus aruanus (L.). 11(1): 153-154 (Note)

Rideout, R.S. Asexual reproduction as a means of population maintenance of the coral reef asteroid Linckia multifora (Lamarck). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 278

Rogers, S.D. Feeding preferences and chemical defenses of three Glossodoris nudibranchs and their diet sponges. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 296-297

Rosenberg, D.L. Behavioral aspects of photosensitivity and spectral sensitivity in Acanthaster planci (L.). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 276

Rowe, F.W.E. & J.E. Doty. The shallow-water holothurians of Guam. 13(2): 217-250

Rowe, F.W.E. & D. Nichols. A new species of Podosphaeraster Clark & Wright, 1962 (Echinodermata; Asteroidea) from the Pacific. 16(2): 289-295

Rowe, F.W.E., D. Nichols & M. Jangoux. Anatomy of the spherical, valvatid starfish Podosphaeraster (Echinodermata; Asteroidea) with comments on the affinities of the genus. 18 (1): 83-93

Rupp, J.J. Effects of temperature on fertilization and early cleavage of some tropical echinoderms with emphasis on Echinometra mathaei (de Blainville). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 276-277

Sardα, R, C. Avila & V.J. Paul. An association between a syllid polychaete, Haplosyllis basticola n. sp., and the sponge, Ianthella basta. 34(2):  165-175.  

Seibt, U. Sense of smell and pair-bond in Hymenocera picta Dana. 9(2): 231-236

Sherwood, T.S. Effects of nitrogen excretion by the damselfish, Dascyllus aruanus, on the growth of the coral Acropora aspera. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 293-294

Smalley, T.L. The distribution and abundance of Nerita plicata in a tropical, rocky intertidal habitat. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 288

Smith, B.D. Growth rate, abundance, and distribution of the topshell Trochus nilolicus on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 285

Soegiarto, A. Status of Acanthaster planci in Indonesian waters. (Abstract) 9(2): 181

Soule, D.F. & J.D. Soule. The status of faunistic information on tropical reef bryozoans. 12(1): 157-164

Smith, B. D. Prosobranch gastropods of Guam.  35-36: 244-270. Abstract

Starmer, J. A. An annotated checklist of ophiuroids (Echinodermata) from Guam.  35-36: 547-562. Abstract

Straughan, D. Spirobinae (Annelida: Polychaeta) from Eniwetok, Marshall Islands. 5(1): 151-153

Strong, R.D. Distribution, morphometry, and thermal stress studies on two forms of Linckia (Asteroidea) on Guam. 11(2): 167-183

Strong, R.D. Distribution, morphometry, and thermal stress studies on two forms of Linckia (Asteroidea) on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 278

Takeda, M. New and rare crabs from the Palau Islands. 7(1/2): 185-213

Takeda, M. A small collection of crabs from the Kyushu-Palau submarine ridge, with a description of a new species of the Homolidae. 16(2): 279-287

Tan, S. H. & P. K. L. Ng. The Parthenopinae of Guam (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Parthenopidae).  35-36: 385-416. Abstract

Tseng, W.Y. Development of the pelagic ostracod, Euconchoecia elongata. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 276

Tsuda, R.T. & J.E. Randall. Food habits of the gastropods Turbo argyrostoma and T. setosus, reported as toxic from the tropical Pacific. 7(1/2): .153

Tsuda, R.T. Acanthaster monitoring program. 7(1/2): 237 (Note)

Vermeij, G.J. Observations on the shells of some fresh-water neritid gastropods from Hawaii and Guam. 5(1): 155-164

Vermeij, G.J., E.A. Kay & L.G. Eldredge. Molluscs of the northern Mariana Islands, with special reference to the selectivity of oceanic dispersal barriers. 19(1/2): 27-55

Ward, L. The cephalopods of Guam.  35-36: 294-302. Abstract

Wass, R.C. Acanthaster population levels and control efforts on Ponape, Eastern Caroline Islands. 9(2): 167-170

Wickler, W. Biology of Hymenocera picta Dana. 9(2): 225-230

Wooster, D.S. The genus Calcinus (Paguridea, Diogenidae) from the Mariana Islands including three new species. 18 (2): 121-162

Wooster, D.S. The shallow-water hermit crabs of the Mariana Islands (Decapoda, Paguridea: Coenobitidae, Diogenidae, Paguridae). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 285

Wortman, C.J.G. Toxicity of five pesticides to the tropical hermit crab Clibanarius humilis Dana. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 281

Yamaguchi, M. Symposium on the biology and ecology of the crown-of-thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci (L).: Introductory remarks. 9(2): 163-164

Yamaguchi, M. Recruitment of coral reef asteroids, with emphasis on Acanthaster planci (L.). 9(2): 107-212

Yamaguchi, M. Larval life span of the coral reef asteroid Gomophia egyptiaca Gray. 10(1): 57-64

Yamaguchi, M. Larval behavior and geographic distribution of coral reef asteroids in the Indo-West Pacific. 13(2): 283-296

Yamazato, K. & T. Kiyan. Reproduction of Acanthaster planci in Okinawa. 9(2): 185-195

Yeatman, H.C. Copepods from microhabitats in Fiji, Western Samoa, and Tonga. 19(1/2): 57-90

Zipser, E. & G.J. Vermeij. Survival after nonlethal shell damage in the gastropod Conus sponsalis. 16(2): 229-234

 

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Bauer, A.M. & G.J. Watkins-Colwell. On the origin of the types of Hypsilurus godeffroyi (Reptilia: Squamata: Agamidae) and early German contributions to the herpetology of Palau, 34(1): 73-84.  Full text

Beardsley, J.W. Introduction of arthropod pests into the Hawaiian Islands. Suppl. 3: 1-4

Bebler, M.H. & D.W. Foltz. Genetic diversity in Hawaiian stream macroinvertebrates.  37(1): 119-128.

Bickel, D.J. Insects of Micronesia, 13(8): Diptera: Dolichopodidae part I. Sciapodinae, Medeterinae and Sympycninae (part). 27(1/2): 73–118

Benbow, M.E., A.J. Burky & C.M. Way. Hawaiian freshwater Polychaeta: a potentially substantial trophic component of stream depositional habitats, 34(1): 35-46.  Full text

Benbow, M.E., L.L. Orzetti, M.D. McIntosh & A.J. Burky. A note on cascade climbing of migrating goby and shrimp postlarvae in two Maui streams.  34(2):  243-248. 

Buden, D.W. The Odonata of Pakin, Ant, Mokil, and Pingelap Atolls, Eastern Caroline Islands, Micronesia.  37(1): 145-155. 

Buden, D.W., D.B. Lynch & R.E. Watson. The gobiid fishes (Teleostei: Gobioidei: Sicydiinae) of the headwater streams of Pohnpei, Eastern Caroline Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, 34(1): 1-10.  Full text

Burky, A.J., C.M. Way, S. Hau & M.E. Benbow. The occurrence of the freshwater clams, Musculium partumeium (Say) and Pisidium casertanum (Poli) (Bivalvia: Sphaeriidae), in the Hawaiian Islands, 33(1/2): 161-164.  Full text

Chiu, C.H. & A. Moore. Biological control of the Philippine Lady Beetle, Epilachna philippinensis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) on solanaceous plants by the parasitoid, Pediobius foveolatus (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) on Saipan. Suppl. 4: 79–80

Esguerra, N. Biological control of some introduced pests in the Federated States of Micronesia. Suppl. 3: 99-101

Fatuesi, S., P. Tauili'ili & A. M. Vargo. Cultural methods of pest control on taro (Colacasia esculenta Schott) in American Samoa. Suppl. 3: 123-127

Gates, G.E. On the sedgwicki complex of the earthworm genus Pheretima Kinberg, 1886. 8(1/2): 117-124

James, S.W. An illustrated key to the earthworms of the Samoan Archipelago (Oligochaeta: Glossoscolecidae, Megascolecidae, Moniligastridae), 37(1): 1-13. 

Jenson, L.M. & R.H. Miller. Estimating filth fly (Diptera: Calliphoridae) development in carrion in Guam, 34(1): 11-25. Full text

Johnson, M.W. Biological control of the Liriomyza leafminers in the Pacific Basin. Suppl. 4: 81–92

Kerr, A.M. Arachnids of the Ngerukewid Islands Wildlife Preserve, Palau. 24(2): 211-215

Kevan, D.K.McE. & V.R. Vickery. An annotated provisional list of non-saltatorial orthopteroid insects of Micronesia, compiled mainly from the literature, 30(2): 269-353

Kevan, D.E.McK., V.R. Vickery & M.-L. English. Insects of Micronesia volume 5, no. 3: Acridoidea and related Orthoptera (grasshoppers) of Micronesia, 30(1): 127–168
Errata: 30(2): 205

Leblanc, L., J. William & A.J. Allwood. Host fruits of mango fly (Bactrocera frauenfeldi (Schiner)) in the Federated States of Micronesia. 37(1): 21-31.

Lofdahl , K.L. & C. Young. Allozyme differentiation correlated with host-plant use in the pantropical species, Drosophila ananassae. 37(1): 15-20.

Miller, R. H. Probit Analysis of Pesticide Toxicity to Aphids on Guam. Suppl. 7: 113-123

Miller, R.H., K.S. Pike & P. Starύ. Aphid parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae) on Guam. 34(2):  87-103. 

Miller, R.H. Developing Insecticide Management for Insnesia glabrascuta (Caldwell) (Homoptera: Psyllidae) on Young Ifit Trees on Guam. 37(1): 37-48.

Moore, A. Automated identification of insects in flight. Suppl. 3: 129-133

Muniappan, R. Biology of the poinciana looper, Pericyma cruegeri (Butler) on Guam. 10(2): 273-278

Muniappan, R., J. Duenas & T. Blas. Biological control of the Palau Coconut Beetle, Brontispa palauensis (Esaki and Chujo), on Guam. 16(2): 359-360 (Note)

Muniappan, R., T. Blas & J. Duenas. Predator deterrent effect of Leucaena leucocephala on the coccinellid, Cryptolaemus montrouzieri. 16(2): 360-362 (Note)

Muniappan, R., T.S. Lali & D. Afaisen. Establishment of Calcomyza lantanae Frick on Guam for control of the weed lantana. 25(2): 217-218 (Note)

Muniappan,R., G.R.W. Denton, M. Marutani, T. S. Lali & C. A. Kimmons. Fruit piercing moths in Micronesia and their natural enemies. Suppl. 4: 33–39

Muniappan, R., T. Marler & J.H. Lawrence. Pests of Elaeocarpus joga in Guam. 34(2):  109-111.  

Muniappan, R., J. Bamba, J. Cruz & G.V.P. Reddy. Field response of Guam populations of the New Guinea Sugarcane Weevil, Rhabdoscelus obscurus (Boisduval) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), to aggregation pheromones and food volatiles.  37(1): 57-68.

Nafus, D. & I. Schreiner. Biological control activities in the Marianas Islands from 1911 to 1988. 22(1): 65-106

Nafus, D. Movement of new insects into the Carolines and the Marshalls in recent years. Suppl. 3: 15-31

Nafus, D.M. Biological control agents and native parasitoids in the population system of the butterfly Hypolimnas bolina (L.) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Suppl. 4: 17–23

Olsen, A.R. Observation of unusual courtship behavior of the spider Nephila maculata (Fabricius) (Araneae: Tetragnathidae) in Palau. 26(2): 221–225

Pike, K.S., R.H. Miller & P. Starύ. Aphid fauna (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and associated flora of Guam, 33(1/2):  179-207.  Full text

Platia, G. & R. Schimmel. Review of the genus Priopus Castelnau from the Philippine Islands (Coleoptera, Elateridae, Melanotinae). 28(2): 153–191

Reed, R.N., J.M. Morton & G.E. Desy. Use of monofilament snare traps for capture of varanid lizards, 33(1/2): 99-104.  Full text

Russell, R.C. Introduced vector-borne diseases in the Pacific. Suppl. 3: 33-39

Sabath, M.D., L.E. Sabath & A.M. Moore. Web, reproduction and commensals of the semisocial spider Cyrtophora moluccensis (Araneae: Araneidae) on Guam, Mariana Islands. 10(1): 51-55

Sands, D.P., A.M.C. Sands & M. Arura. Banana skipper, Erionota thrax (L.) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Papua New Guinea: a new pest in the Pacific region. Suppl. 3: 93-98

Sands, D.P.A, W.J.J.M. Liebregts & R.J. Broe. Biological control of the fruit piercing moth, Othreis fullonia (Clerck) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in the Pacific. Suppl. 4: 25–31

Sands, D.P.A., F.M. Dori & P. Bakker. Cotesia erionotae (Wilkinson) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) for biological control of Banana Skipper, Erionota thrax (L.) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Papua New Guinea. Suppl. 4: 99–105

Sasakawa, M. Insects of Micronesia, 14(8): Diptera: Tethinidae. 27(1/2): 51–72

Schreiner, I.H. Sources of new insects established on Guam in the post World War II period. Suppl. 3: 5-13

Schreiner, I.H. & D.M. Nafus. Population increases of native moths following biological control of an introduced pest moth. Suppl. 4: 49–56

Scudder, G.G.E. Exotic Pests in the Pacific--Problems and Solutions: Introductory Remarks. Suppl. 3: v-vi

Takeuchi, K. & S. Kayano. Occurrence of the giant African snail in the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands, Japan. Suppl. 3: 109-116

Vargo, D.L. Soil invertebrates of American Samoa, 33(1/2): 1-10.  Full text

Vice, D.S. & R.M. Engeman. Brown tree snake discoveries during detector dog inspections following Supertyphoon Paka, 33(1/2): 105-110.  Full text

Vickery, V.R., D.K.McE. Kevan & M-L. English. Insects of Micronesia 5(4): Gryllacridoidea, Rhaphidophorioidea and Tettigonioidea (Grylloptera), 32(1): 11-83      Abstract
Corrigendum:  32(2): 308

Waterhouse, D.F. Possibilities for the biological control of the breadfruit mealybug, Icerya aegyptiaca on Pacific atolls. Suppl. 3: 117-122

Yano, K., J.F.G. Clarke & Y. Yoshiyasu. Insects of Micronesia. 9(3). Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae. 28(2): 131–151

 

fish

Akimichi, T. & S. Sauchomal. Satawalese fish names. 18 (2) 1-34

Allen, G.R. & H.K. Larson. Pomachromis guamen.sis, a new species of damselfish (Pomacentridae) from the Mariana Islands. 11(1): 123-126

Amesbury. S. S. & M. Babin. Ocean temperature structure and the seasonality of pelagic fish species near Guam, Mariana Islands. 23 (2): 131-138

Aragones, N.V. & R.M. de la Paz. Ecological notes on the juvenile siganid (padas) harvest in Bolinao, Pangasinan, Philippines. 22(2): 191- 195

Bakus, G.J. The feeding habits of fishes and primary production at Eniwetok, Marshall Islands. 3(2): 135-149

Baldwin, W.J. Stolephorzis pacificus, a new species of tropical anchovy (Engraulidae) from the western Pacific Ocean. 19(1/2): 151-156

Belk, M.S. A contribution to the comparative ecology of Pomacentrus lividus and Pomacentrus albofasciatus (Pisces: Pomacentridae) Tumon Bay, Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 275

Bell, K.N.I., P. Pepin & J.A. Brown. Variation in age-at-recruitment can drive recruitment dynamics: the example of Sicydium spp. (Pisces: Gobiidae) in Dominica, West Indies (abstract), 30(1): 25

Benbow, M.E., L.L. Orzetti, M.D. McIntosh & A.J. Burky. A note on cascade climbing of migrating goby and shrimp postlarvae in two Maui streams.  34(2):  243-248. 

Benbow, M. E., A. J. Burky & C. M. Way. Morphological characteristics and species separation of Hawaiian postlarval amphidromous fishes.  37(1): 129-144.

Branch, J.B. Observations on the ecology and behavior of Guam pearlfishes (Carapidae). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 274

Bright, G.R. & J.A. June. Freshwater fishes of Palau, Caroline Islands. 17 (1/2): 107-111

Bryan, P.G. Three new shark records from Guam, Mariana Islands. 9(1): 159-160 (Note)

Bryan, P.G., B.B. Madraisau & J.P. McVey. Hormone induced and natural spawning of captive Siganus canaliculatus (Pisces: Siganidae) year round. 11(2): 199-204

Bryan, P.G. Food habits, functional digestive morphology, and assimilation efficiency of the rabbitfish Siganus spinus (Pisces: Siganidae) on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 277

Carlson, M.R. The ecological imteraction of the pomacentrid Dascyllus aruanus (Linnaeus) with the coral Acropora arbuscula (Dana). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 274

Chase, J.A. Distribution of butterflyfishes (Pisces: Chaetodontidae) on three contrasting Guam reefs.[Thesis abstract] 24(2): 277

Cheney, D.P. Pearlfish (Carapidae) in Acanthaster planci (L.). 9(1): 159 (Note)

Davis, G.W. Reproductive patterns of three economically important surgeonfish species on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 294

Dawson, C.E. & P. Fourmanoir. Microphis cruentus, a new doryrhamphine pipefish (Syngnathidae) from New Caledonia. 17 (1/2): 113-118.

Dawson, C.E. Review of the Indo-Pacific pipefish genus Trachyrhamphus (Syngnathidae). 18 (2): 163-191

Donaldson, T.J. & R.F. Myers. First record of the hawkfish Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus (Cirrhitidae) from Guam, Mariana Islands, with notes on its distribution and ecology. 21(1/2): 267-272 (Note)

Edward, A.E. Diet and assimilation efficiency of the surgeonfish Acanthurus lineatus (Pisces: Acanthuridae) on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 295

Elamieto, J.M. Carolinian names of common fishes in Saipan, Mariana lslands. 11(1): 1-5

Englund, R.A. & R.B. Filbert. Flow restoration and persistence of introduced species in Waikele Stream, O‘ahu, 32(1): 143-154       Abstract

Ferraris, C.J. and E.O. Murdy. Aspects of feeding and sexual dimorphism in Petroscirtes variabilis Cantor (Osteichthys: Blenniidae). 17 (1/2): 157-160.

Fitzsimons, J.M., H.L. Schoenfuss & T.C. Schoenfuss. Significance of unimpeded flows in limiting the transmission of parasites from exotics to Hawaiian stream fishes, 30(1): 105–115

Font, W.F. Improbable colonists: Helminth parasites of freshwater fishes on an oceanic island, 30(1): 93–104

Fourmanoir, P. & J.E. Randall. Three new species of serranid fishes of the genus Plectranthias from New Caledonia. 15(1/2): 315-324

Gates, P.D. Browsing patterns of herbivorous fishes in a Halodule uninervis seagrass bed of a Pacific island coral reef (Guam, Micronesia). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 294-295

Gon, O. A new deep-sea anglerfish of the genus Linophryne (Teleostei, Ceratioidei) from the Central Equatorial Pacific Ocean. 25(2): 137-143

Hasse, J.J. Observations on egg hatching of Syngnathoides biaculeatus (Bloch) (Pisces: Syngnathidae). 10(2): 279-283

Hasse, J.J., B.B. Madraisau & J.P. McVey. Some aspects of the life history of Siganus canaliculatus (Park) (Pices: Siganidae) in Palau. 13(2): 297-312

Helfrich, P. & P.M. Allen. Observations on the spawning of mullet, Crenimugil crenilabis (Forskεl), at Enewetak, Marshall Islands. 11(2): 219-225

Hillmann-Kitalong, A. Two-year study of temporal variation in zooplankton communities in an inner region of Apra Harbor, Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 292-293

Jameson, S.C. Toxic effect of the explosive depth charge chemicals from the ship Sankisan Maru on the coral reef fish Dascyllus aruanus (L.). 11(1): 109-113

Jones, R.S. Ecological relationships in Hawaiian and Johnston Island Acanthuridae (Surgeonfishes). 4(2): 309-361

Jones, R.S. A suggested method for quantifying gut contents in herbivorous fishes. 4(2): 369-371 (Note)

Jones, R.S. Two nonfatal shark attacks in the Truk District, Eastern Caroline Islands. 7(1/2): 230-233 (Note)

Jones, R.S. & J.A. Chase. Community structure and distribution of fishes in an enclosed high island lagoon in Guam. 11(1): 127-148

Kami, H.T., I.I. Ikehara, & F.P. DeLeon. Check-List of Guam Fishes. 4(1): 95-131

Kami, H.T. Check-list of Guam fishes, supplement I. 7(1/2): 215-228

Kami, H.T. The Pristipomoides (Pisces: Lutjanidae) of Guam with notes on their biology. 9(1): 97-118

Kami, H.T. Check-list of Guam fishes, supplement II. 11(1): 115-121

Kami, H.T. & I.I. Ikehara. Notes on the annual juvenile siganid harvest in Guam. 12(2): 323-325 (Note)

Kami, H.T. The Pristipomoides (Pisces: Lutjanidae) of Guam with notes on their biology and fisheries aspects. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 276

Katnik, S.E. Effects of fishing pressure on the reef flat fisheries of Guam.[Thesis abstract] 24(2): 290

Kent, D.I. & J.B. Marliave. Early life history of the arrow goby, Clevelandia ios (Jordan & Gilbert), Gobiidae, 30(1): 15–23

Kido, M.H. Food webs and feeding dynamics of coexisting native Hawaiian stream gobies, 30(1): 71–82

Kinzie, R.A. III. Evolution and life history patterns in freshwater gobies, 30(1): 27–40

Kock, R.L. Patterns in the abundance variations of reef fishes near an artificial reef at Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 286-287

Kulbicki, M., J.E. Randall & J. Rivaton. Checklist of the fishes of the Chesterfield Islands (Coral Sea). 27(1/2): 1–43

Larson, H.K. Notes on the biology of the goby Kelloggella carditialis (Jordan & Seale). 19(1/2): 157-164

Larson, H.K. Notes on the biology and comparative behavior of Eviota zonura and Eviota smaragdus (Pisces: Gobiidae). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 277

Lassuy, D.R. 1979. The relation of diet, intestinal morphology and nitrogen assimilation in the damselfish Eupomacentrus lividus. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 284

Lobel, P.S. Gilbertese and Ellice Islander names for fishes and other organisms. 14(2): 177-197

Lobel, P.S. Invasion by the Mozambique Tilipia (Sarotherodon mossambicus; Pices: Cichlidae) of a Pacific atoll marine ecosystem. 16(2): 349-355

May, R.C., D. Popper & J.P. McVey. Rearing and larval development of Siganus canaliculatus (Park) (Pisces: Siganidae). 10(2): 285-298

McDowall, R.M. Is there such a thing as amphidromy?, 30(1): 3–14

Molina, M.E. Seasonal and annual variation of coral-reef fishes on the upper reef slope at Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 292

Moyer, J.T. Interspecific spawning of the pygmy angelfishes Centropyge shepardi and Centropyge bispinosus at Guam. 17 (1/2): 119-124.

Myers, R.F. Chaetodon flavocoronatus, a new species of butterflyfish (Chaetodontidae) from Guam. 16(2): 297-303

Myers, R.F. An annotated checklist of the fishes of the Mariana Islands. 21(1/2): 115-180

Myers, R.F. The comparative ecology of the shallow-water species of Canthigaster (Family Tetraodontidae) of Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 292

Myers, R.F. Clarification of the status of the fishes Plectropomus areolatus (Serranidae) and Lethrinus semicinctus (Lethrinidae) in the Mariana Islands. 27(1/2): 119–121

Myers, R.F. & T.J. Donaldson. New and recent records of fishes from the Mariana Islands.
(Note) 28(2): 207–266

Myers, R. F. & T. J. Donaldson. The fishes of the Mariana Islands.  35-35: 594-648. Abstract

Myers, R.F. & J.W. Shepard. New records of fishes from Guam, with notes on the ichthyofauna of the Southern Marianas. 16(2): 305-347

Nolan, R.S., R.R. McConnaughey & C.R. Stearns. Fishes inhabiting two small nuclear test craters at Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands. 11(2): 205-217

Nishimoto, R.T. & D.G.K. Kuamo‘o. Recruitment of goby postlarvae into Hakalau Stream, Hawai‘i Island, 30(1): 41–49

Quinn, N. & M. Mataki. The subsistence fishery productivity and marine resource knowledge of resettled Polynesians from Tikopia Island, Solomon Islands, 32(1): 95-107         Abstract

Ralston, S. Length-weight regressions and condition indices of lutjanids and other deep slope fishes from the Mariana Archipelago. 21(1/2): 189-197

Randall, J.E. A revision of the labrid fish genus Anampses. 8(1/2): 151-195

Randall, J.E. Revision of the fish genus Plectranthias (Serranidae: Anthiinae) with descriptions of 13 new species. 16(1): 101-187

Randall, J.E. Revision of the labrid fish genus Labropsis with descriptions of five new species. 17 (1/2): 125-155 + 5 pl.

Randall, J.E. Five new wrasses of the genera Cirrhilabrus and Paracheilinus (Perciformes: Labridae) from the Marshall Islands. 21(1/2): 199-226     Photo of one new species

Randall, J.E. A review of the labrid fishes of the genus Cirrhilabrus from Japan, Taiwan and the Mariana Islands, with descriptions of two new species. 25(1): 99-121

Randall, J.E. Two new anthiine fishes of the genus Plectranthias (Perciformes: Serranidae), with a key to all known species. 29(2): 113–131

Randall, J.E. The hawkfish Cirrhitischthys serratus Randall, a junior synonym of C. falco Randall (Note), 30(1): 199–203

Randall, J.E. & R.F. Myers. Ostichthys brachygnathus, a new soldierfish (Beryciformes: Holocentridae) from Guam. 26(1): 77–81

Randall, J.E. & R.F. Myers. Parupeneus moffitti, a new goatfish (Perciformes: Mullidae) from the Mariana Islands. 26(1): 69–75

Randall, J.E. & R.F. Myers. Scarus fuscocaudalis, a new species of parrotfish (Perciformes: Labroidei: Scaridae) from the Western Pacific. 32(2): 221-228      Photo of new species

Read, K.R.H. Nonfatal shark attack, Palau Islands. 7(1/2): 233-234 (Note)

Ross, R.M. Reproductive and territorial behavior of the anemonefish Amphiprion melanopus. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 279-280

Schoenfuss, H.L., T.A. Blanchard & D.G.K. Kuamo‘o. Metamorphosis in the cranium of postlarval Sicyopterus stimpsoni, an endemic Hawaiian stream goby, 30(1): 83–91

Smith, C.L. Taenioides limicola, a new goby from Guam. 1(1): 145-150

Tate, D.C. The role of behavioral interactions of immature Hawaiian stream fishes (Pisces: Gobiodei) in population dispersal and distribution, 30(1): 51–70

Thollot, P. A list of fishes inhabiting mangroves from the South-West Lagoon of New Caledonia, 29(1): 1–19

Tobias, W.J. Ecology of Siganus argenteus (Pisces: Siganidae) in relation to its mariculture potential on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 280-281

Trott, L.B. The use of nicotine sulfate in fish narcotization. 2(1): 71-72

Vivien, M.L. Place of apogonid fish in the food webs of a Malagasy coral reef. 11(2): 185-198

Wilder, M.J. Biological aspects and fisheries potential of two deep water shrimps Heterocarpus ensifer and Heterocarpus laevigatus in waters surrounding Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 282-283

Wray, F.O. An electrophoretic study of the eye lens nuclear proteins of Abudefduf amabilis (de Vis) and Abudefduf leucopomus (Lesson) (Pomacentridae). [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 278-279

 

reptiles & amphibians

Balasingam, E. The ecology and conservation of the leathery turtle Dermochelys coriacea (Linn.) in Malaya. 3(1): 37-43

Bayless, M.K. The Local Names of Pacific Monitor Lizards (Sauria: Varanidae), of Oceania and Indo-Malaysia, excluding Australia. 37(1): 49-55

Brown Treesnake symposium (2001) abstracts. 37(1): 167-189.

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Mokil and Pingelap Atolls, Eastern Caroline Islands. 28(1): 9–23

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Ant Atoll, Eastern Caroline Islands, 29(1): 21–36

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Pakin Atoll, Eastern Caroline Islands, 29(1): 37–48

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Oroluk Atoll, Eastern Caroline Islands,  31(2): 289–300      Abstract

Buden, D.W. The reptiles of Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia. 32(2): 155-180

Buden, D.W. The reptiles of Sapwuahfik Atoll, Federated States of Micronesia. 32(2): 245-256

Buden, D.W. & A. Edward. Abundance and utilization of sea turtles on Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia: Islanders’ perceptions, 34(1): 47-54.  Full text

Chernin, M.I. Population dynamics and reproductive strategy of Bufo marinus (L.) on Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 283-284

Dryden, G.L. The food and feeding habits of Varanus indicus on Guam. 2(1): 73-76

Eldredge, L. The marine reptiles and mammals of Guam.  35-36: 653-660. Abstract

Falanruw, M.V.C., M. McCoy & Namlug. Occurrence of Ridley sea turtles in the western Caroline Islands. 11(1): 151-152 (Note)

Hirth, H.F., M. Huber, T. Frohm & T. Mala. A natural assemblage of immature green (Chelonia mydas) and hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) turtles on the fringing reef of Wuvulu Island, Papua New Guinea. 25(2): 145-153

Kolinski, S.P. Migrations of the green turtle, Chelonia mydas, breeding in Yap State, Federated States of Micronesia. 28(1): 1–8

Kolinski, S.P., D.M. Parker, L.I. Ilo & J.K. Ruak. An assessment of the sea turtles and their marine and terrestrial habitats at Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, 34(1): 55-72.  Full text

Kolinski, S.P., L.I. Ilo & J.M. Manglona. Green sea turtles and their marine habitats at Tinian and Aguijan, with projections on resident turtle demographics in the southern arc of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.  37(1): 97-118.

Leberer, T. Records of freshwater turtles on Guam, Mariana Islands.  35-36: 649-652. Abstract

McCoid, M.J. Brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis) on Guam: a worst case scenario of an introduced predator. Suppl. 3: 63-69

McCoid, M.J. Putative interactions of geckos in the southern Mariana Islands. 28(2): 193–202

McCoid, M.J., G.H. Rodda, R.A. Hensley & T.H. Fritts. Habitat selection by Cryptoblepharus poecilopleurus (Scincidae) in the Mariana Islands. (Note) 28(1): 103–108

McCoy, M.A. Man and turtle in the Central Carolines. 10(2): 207-221

Menzies, J.I. & G.R. Zug. Papuan tree frogs of the Litoria thesaurensis complex (Salientia: Hylidae). 15(1/2): 325-333

Perry, G. & D.W. Buden. Ecology, behavior and color variation of the green tree skink, Lamprolepis smaragdina (Lacertilia: Scincidae), in Micronesia,  31(2): 263–273     Abstract

Pultz, S., D. O’Daniel, S. Krueger, H. McSharry & G. Balazs. Marine turtle study on Tinian, Mariana Islands, 32(1): 85-94       Abstract    Whole article 

Rodda, G.H., T.H. Fritts & J. D. Reichel. The distributional patterns of reptiles and amphibians in the Mariana Islands. 24(2): 195-210

Rodda, G.H. & T.H. Fritts. Sampling techniques for an arboreal snake, Boiga irregularis. 25(1): 23-40

Uchida, T. Observations on the monitor lizard, Varanus indicus (Daudin) as a rat control agent on Ifaluk, Western Caroline Islands. 3(1): 17-18

Wiles, G.J. Recent records of retiles and amphibians accidentally transported to Guam, Mariana Islands. 32(2): 285-287

Wiles, G.J. A record of Perochirus cf. scutellatus (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Ulithi Atoll, Caroline Islands.  37(1): 163-166.

Wiles, G.J., A.B. Amerson, Jr. & R.E. Beck, Jr. Notes on the Herpetofauna of Tinian, Mariana Islands. 22(1): 107-118

Wiles, G.J. & P.J. Conry. Terrestrial vertebrates of the Ngerukewid Islands Wildlife Preserve, Palau Islands. 23(1): 41-66

Wiles, G.J., C.H. Rodda, T.H. Fritts & E. M. Taisacan. Abundance and habitat use of reptiles on Rota, Mariana Islands. 23 (2): 153-166

Wilson, P.T. Report of a crocodile attack in the Western Caroline Islands. 1(1): 151-153 (Note)

Wilson, P.T. Large crocodile taken in the Palau Islands. 2(1): 87 (Note)

 

birds

Anderson, D.A. A Franklins Gull from the Marshall Islands. 14(2): 361-362 (Note)

Anderson, D.A. Observations of birds at Ujelang and other northern Marshall Islands atolls. 17 (1/2): 198-212.

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Mokil and Pingelap Atolls, Eastern Caroline Islands. 28(1): 9–23

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Ant Atoll, Eastern Caroline Islands, 29(1): 21–36

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Pakin Atoll, Eastern Caroline Islands, 29(1): 37–48

Buden, D.W. Reptiles, birds, and mammals of Oroluk Atoll, Eastern Caroline Islands,  31(2): 289–300    Abstract

Carpenter, M.L., W.B. Jackson, & M.W. Fall. Bird populations at Eniwetok Atoll. 4(2): 295-307

Drahos, N. Additions to the avifauna of Guam. 13(1): 45-48

Engbring, J. and R. P. Owen. New bird records for Micronesia. 17 (1/2): 186-192.

Falanruw, M.V.C. Distribution of the Micronesian megapode Megapodius laperouse in the Northern Mariana Islands. 11(1): 149-150 (Note)

Fancy, S.G., R.J. Craig & C.W. Kessler. Forest bird and fruit bat populations on Sarigan, Mariana Islands, 31(2): 247–254      Abstract

Fancy, S.G., M.R. Lusk & D.J. Grout. Status of the Mariana Crow population on Rota, 32(1): 3-10          Abstract

Fisher, H.I. & M.L. Fisher. The visits of Laysan Albatrosses to the breeding colony. 5(1): 173-221

Glass, P.O., J.D. Reichel, T O. Lemke, R.B. Clapp, G.J. Wiles, D.T. Aldan & T K. Pratt. New migrant and vagrant bird records for the Mariana Islands, 1978-1988. 23(1): 67-89 (Note)

Grant, G.S. Thermoregulatory extension of feet in flying Sooty Terns. 26(2): 217–219

Kessler, C.C. New cuckoo record and vagrant bird sightings for the Mariana Islands (1995-1998),  31(2): 283–287      Abstract

Jenkins, J.M. Two new bird records for Guam. 14(2): 361 (Note)

Jenkins, J.M. Seasonality and relative abundance of Guam shorebirds. 17 (1/2): 181-184.

Jenkins, J.M. and C.F. Aguon. Status of candidate endangered bird species on Saipan, Tinian and Rota of the Mariana Islands. 17 (1/2): 184-186.

King, B. Matsudaira's storm-petrel, Oceanodroma matsudairae Kuroda, a new bird species for Micronesia. 12(2): 333 (Note)

Lusk, M.R. & E. Taisacan. Dimensions and composition of Mariana Crow nests on Rota, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, 29(2): 299–304

Lusk, M.R. & E. Taisacan. Description of a bridled white-eye nest on Rota (Note), 30(1): 183–185

Lusk, M., S. Hess, M. Reynolds & S. Johnson. Population status of the Tinian monarch (Monarcha tatatsukasae) on Tinian, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. 32(2): 181-190

Maben, A.F. and G.J. Wiles. Nine new bird records for Guam and Rota. 17 (1/2): 192-195.

Marshall, M. Notes on birds from Namoluk Atoll. 7(1/2): 234-236 (Note)

Marshall, M. Kermadec Petrel in the Eastern Caroline Islands. 13(1): 83 (Note)

Meyerfield, A.B. Second record of Matsudaira's storm-petrel (Oceanodroma matsudairae) from Guam, Mariana Islands. 14(1): 123 (Note)

O'Daniel, D. & S. Krueger. Recent sightings of the Micronesian Megapode on Tinian, Mariana Islands,  31(2): 301–307       Abstract

Owen, R.P. New bird records for Micronesia and major island groups in Micronesia. 13(1): 57-63

Owen, R.P. A checklist of the birds of Micronesia. 13(1): 65-81

Perez, G.S.A. Notes on the breeding (Rallus owstoni). 4(1): 133-135

Perez, G.S.A. Ring Neck Plover on Guam. 7(1/2): 236-237 (Note)

Pratt, H.D., P.L. Bruner & D.G. Berrett. Ornithological observations on Yap, Western Caroline Islands. 13(1): 49-56

Pratt, H.D. and P.L. Bruner. Noteworthy records of nonbreeding birds in Micronesia. 17 (1/2): 195-198.

Pyle, P. & J. Engbring. First described nest and nest site activity of the Truk Greater White-Eye (Rukia ruki). 21(1/2): 281-283 (Note)

Ritter, M. W. Ecological and biological notes on the Mariana Common Moorhen on Guam. 27(1/2): 127–132

Spennemann, D.H.R. Exploitation of bird plumages in the German Mariana Islands,  31(2): 309–318     Abstract

Steadman, D.W. Extinct and extirpated birds from Rota, Mariana Islands. 25(1): 71-84

Steadman, D.W. The prehistory of vertebrates, especially birds, on Tinian, Aguiguan, and Rota, Northern Mariana Islands,  31(2): 319–345      Abstract

Stinson, D.W. Food habits of migrant birds in the Northern Marianas. 27(1/2): 123–126

Stinson, D.W., J.D. Reichel, R.J. Craig & D.T. Aldan. New and unusual bird records from the Northern Mariana Islands, 1988-1990. 24(2): 261-271

Stinson, D.W., R.E. Johnson, M.R. Lusk, C.G. Rice & D.T. Aldan. New bird records in the Mariana Islands. (Note) 28(1): 109–117

Vice, D.S. & D.L. Vice. Prey items of migratory peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) and Eurasian kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) on Guam. 37(1): 33-36.

Wiles, G. J. A checklist of birds recorded in Guam's marine habitats.  35-36: 661-675. Abstract

Wiles, G.J. & P.J. Conry. Terrestrial vertebrates of the Ngerukewid Islands Wildlife Preserve, Palau Islands. 23(1): 41-66

Wiles, G.J. & D.J. Worthington. Mixed flocks of white-winged terns and whiskered terns in the southern Mariana Islands. (Note) 28(2): 203–206

Wiles, G.J., R.E. Beck, Jr., C.F. Aguon & K.D. Orcutt. Recent bird records for the Southern Mariana Islands, with notes on a colony of Black Noddies on Cocos Island, Guam. 26(2): 199–215

Wiles, G.J., C.F. Aguon, G.W. Davis & D.J. Grout. The status and distribution of endangered animals and plants in northern Guam. 28(1): 31–49

Wiles, G.J., D.J. Worthington, R.E. Beck, Jr., H.D. Pratt, C.F. Aguon & R.L. Pyle. Noteworthy bird records for Micronesia, with a summary of raptor sightings in the Mariana Islands, 1988–1999. 32(2): 257-284

Wiles, G.J., N.C. Johnson, J.B. de Cruz, G. Dutson, V.A. Camacho, A.K. Kepler, D.S. Vice, K.L. Garrett, C.C. Kessler, & H.D. Pratt. New and Noteworthy Bird Records for Micronesia, 1986-2003.  37(1): 69-96.

 

mammals

Barbehenn, K.R. Recent invasions of Micronesia by small mammals. 10(1): 41-50

Donaldson, T.J. Further investigations of the whales Peponocephala electra and Globicephala macrorhynchus reported from Guam. 19(1/2): 173-181 (Note)

Eldredge, L.G. Annotated checklist of the marine mammals of Micronesia. 24(2): 217-230

Eldredge, L. The marine reptiles and mammals of Guam.  35-36: 653-660. Abstract

Falanruw, M.V.C. On the status, reproductive biology and management of fruit bats of Yap. 21(1/2): 39-51

Garrigue, C. & J. Greaves. Cetacean records for the New Caledonia area (south west Pacific Ocean), 34(1): 27-33.  Full text

Grant, G.S., S.A. Banack & P. Trail. Decline of the Sheath-tailed Bat on American Samoa. 27(1/2):133–137

Jackson, W.B. Productivity in high and low islands with special emphasis to rodent populations. 3(1): 5-15

Kami, H.T. & R.J. Lujan. Records of the dwarf sperm whale Kogia simus Owen from Guam. 12(2): 327-332 (Note)

Kami, H.T. & A.J. Hosmer. Recent beachings of whales on Guam. 18 (1): 133-135 (Note)

Krueger, S. & D. O’Daniel. Observations of Mariana fruit bats on Tinian,  31(2): 367–371     Abstract only or  full text.

Morton, J.M. & G.J. Wiles. Observations of Mariana fruit bats (Pteropus mariannus) in the upper Talofofo watershed on southern Guam. 34(2):  155-163.  

Perez, G.S.A. Observations of Guam bats. 8(1/2): 141-149

Tarburton, M.K. Demise of the Polynesian Sheath-tailed Bat Emballonura semicaudata in Samoa. 34(2):  105-108. 

Trianni, M.S. & C.C. Kessler. Incidence and strandings of the spinner dolphin, Stenella longirostris, in Saipan Lagoon. 34(2):  249-260.

Wiles, G.J., A.B. Amerson, Jr. & R.E. Beck, Jr. The mammals of Tinian, Mariana Islands. 23 (2): 167- 180

 

 

Geology

Bell, S.C. & H.G. Siegrist, Jr. Facies development model for emergent Holocene reef limestone: Southern Marianas region. 24(1): 137-157

Easton, W.H., T.L. Ku & R.H. Randall. Recent reefs and shore lines of Guam. 14(1): 1-11

Russell, W.E. Soil survey of the Lalo Farm, Mangilao, Guam. 2(1): 77-85

Siegrist, H.G., Jr. & R.H. Randall. Sampling implications of stable isotope variation in Holocene reef corals from the Mariana Islands. 22(2): 173- 189

Siegrist, H.G., Jr., R.H. Randall & C.A. Edwards. Shallow reef-front detrital sediments from the Northern Mariana Islands. 24(2): 231-248

 

 

Water Chemistry

 

Frevert, T., S. Pfister & K. Pfister. Concentrations of heavy metals (Fe, Zn, Cd, Pb, Cu and Hg) as determined by anodic stripping voltammetry in freshwater ponds at Tarawa Atoll, Central Pacific. 21(1/2): 257-266

Grosenbaugh, D.A. Role of the blue-green alga Nostoc muscorum as a possible nitrate source to the groundwater of Guam. [Thesis abstract] 24(2): 284

Kimmerer, W.J. & T.W. Walsh. Tarawa Atoll lagoon: circulation, nutrient fluxes, and the impact of human waste. 17 (1/2): 161-179

Matson, E. A. Water chemistry and hydrology of the "Blood of Sanvitores", a Micronesian red tide. 24(1): 95-108

Matson, E. A. Nutrient chemistry of the coastal waters of Guam. 24(1): 109-135

 

 

Miscellaneous Papers & Notes

 

Anon. Obituary: Walter Scott Wilson. 12(2): 201

Anonymous. Founding of Micronesian Academy of Science, and its constitution. 1(1): 155-160

Bryan, E.H., Jr. Scientific information about Micronesia. 2(2): 263-264 (News Note)

Douglas, G. Draft check list of Pacific Oceanic Islands. 5(2): 327-463

Eldredge, L.G. Recent Pacific bibliographies. 7(1/2): 238-239 (Note)

Eldredge, L.G. Recent Pacific bibliographies. II. 14(1): 124-125 (Note)

Eldredge, L.G. Recent Pacific bibliographies. III. 16(2): 362-363 (Note)

Eldredge, L.G. Recent Pacific bibliographies. IV. 18 (2): 197-200 (Note)

Hiatt, R.W. Eniwetok Marine Biological Laboratory. 2(2): 265-267 (News Note)

 

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