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Pet-Fishing in the Cook Islands

Long Version, Pt. IX

To: Pet-Fishing in the Cooks, Short Version, Longer Version: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part VPart VII, Part VIII, Part X



  Damselfishes of the Cooks N=32, Abudefduf/Sergeants N= 4  

Shown: Abudefduf septemfasciatus, A. sexfasciatus, A. sordidus, A. vaigiensis

>More Damsels of the Cooks, Chromis, N= 9  

Shown: Chromis acares, C. agilis, C. atripectoralis, C. margaritifer, C. vanderbilti, C. viridis

Not shown: C. bami, C. iomelas, C. xanthura.

>More Damsels of the Cooks, Chrysiptera N= 3, Dascyllus, N=4  

Shown: Chrysiptera galba, Dascyllus aruanus, D. flavicaudus, D. reticulatus, D. trimaculatus.

Not shown: Chrysiptera brownriggii, C. glauca, 

>More: Plectroglyphidodon, N= 5, Pomacentrus, N= 4, Pomachromis, N= 1

Stegastes, N= 3  

Shown: Plectroglyphidodon dickii, P. johnstonianus, P. lacrymatus, Pomacentrus coelestis, P. pavo, P. vaiuli

Not shown: Plectroglyphidodon imparipennis, Pomacentrus tripunctatus, Pomachromis fuscidorsalis, Stegastes albifasciatus, S. lividus, S. nigricans

>Parrotfishes of the Cooks, N=19  

Shown: Calotomus carolinus, Chlorurus sordidus males and a juvenile, female and male (yes, one becomes the next then the next) Cetoscarus bicolor

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