Phil Lobel, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology Department Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
ichthyology, fish behavioral ecology, fish taxonomy
Website:
http://www.bu.edu/biology/people/faculty/lobel/
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Oliver SJ, Lobel PS. (2013) Direct mate choice for simultaneous acoustic and visual courtship displays in the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae) Environmental Biology of Fishes. 96: 447-457
Mosharo KK, Lobel PS. (2012) Acoustic signals of two toadfishes from Belize: Sanopus astrifer and Batrachoides gilberti (Batrachoididae) Environmental Biology of Fishes. 94: 623-638
Richlen ML, Lobel PS. (2011) Effects of depth, habitat, and water motion on the abundance and distribution of ciguatera dinoflagellates at johnston atoll, pacific ocean Marine Ecology Progress Series. 421: 51-66
Lobel PS. (2011) Transport of reef lizardfish larvae by an ocean eddy in Hawaiian waters Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans. 52: 119-130
Lobel PS. (2011) A review of the Caribbean hamlets (Serranidae, Hypoplectrus) with description of two new species Zootaxa. 1-17
Heyman WD, Carr LM, Lobel PS. (2010) Diver ecotourism and disturbance to reef fish spawning aggregations: It is better to be disturbed than to be dead Marine Ecology Progress Series. 419: 201-210
Lobel PS, Kaatz IM, Rice AN. (2010) Acoustical behavior of coral reef fishes Reproduction and Sexuality in Marine Fishes: Patterns and Processes. 307-386
Lobel PS, Rocha LA, Randall JE. (2009) Color phases and distribution of the Western Atlantic Labrid Fish, Halichoeres socialis Copeia. 171-174
Randall JE, Lobel PS. (2009) A literature review of the sponge-dwelling gobiid fishes of the genus elacatinus from the western atlantic, with description of two new caribbean species Zootaxa. 1-19
Richlen ML, Morton SL, Barber PH, et al. (2008) Phylogeography, morphological variation and taxonomy of the toxic dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus toxicus (Dinophyceae) Harmful Algae. 7: 614-629
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