Able, K. W. (2002) Killifishes. Family Fundulidae. In: Collette, B. B. and Klein-MacPhee, G. (eds. ), Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, 3rd ed. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, pp. 292–297.
Adams, D. H. and Tremain, D. M. (2000) Association of large juvenile red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, with an estuarine creek on the Atlantic coast of Florida. Environ.Biol.Fishes. 58, 183–194.
Ager, L. (1971) The fishes of Lake Okeechobee, Florida. Q.J.Fla.Acad.Sci. 34, 53–62.
Arnold, C. R., Williams, T. D., Fable, Jr., W. A., Laswell, J. L. and Bailey, W. H. (1976) Methods and techniques for spawning and rearing spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus) in the laboratory. Pro.S.E.Assoc.Game Fish Com. 30, 167–178.
Audet, C., FitzGerald, G. J. and Guderley, H. (1985) Salinity preferences of four sympatric species of sticklebacks (Pisces: Gasterosteidae) during their reproductive season. Copeia
Audet, C., FitzGerald, G. J. and Guderley, H. (1986) Environ-mental control of salinity preferences in four sympatric species of sticklebacks: Gasterosteus aculeatu, Gasterosteus wheat-landi, Pungitius pungitius and Apeltes quadracus. J.Fish Biol. 28, 725–739.
Ayvazian, S. G., Deegan, L. A. and Finn, J. T. (1992) Comparison of habitat use by estuarine fish assemblages in the Acadian and Virginian zoogeographic provinces. Estuaries
Baggerman, B. (1957) An experimental study on the timing of breeding and migration in the three-spined stickleback, Gastero-steus aculeatus L. Arch.Neerl.Zool. 12, 105–318.
Banks, M. H., Holt, G. J. and Wakeman, J. M. (1991) Age-linked changes in salinity tolerance of larval spotted seatrout (Cynos-cion nebulosus, Cuvier). J.Fish Biol. 39, 505–514.
Barger, L. E. and Williams, M. L. (1980) A summarization and discussion of age and growth of spot, Leiostomus xanthurus Lacépède, sand seatrout, Cynoscion arenarius Ginsburg, and silver seatrout, Cynoscion nothus (Holbrook), based on a liter-ature review. NOAA Technical memorandum NMFS-SEFC-14. U. S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Marine Fish-eries Service, Southeast Fisheries Center, Panama City Labora-tory, Panama City, FL. Mimeo, 15 pp.
Barger, L. E., Collins, L. A. and Finucane, J. H. (1978) First record of bluefish larvae, Pomatomus saltatrix, in the Gulf of Mexico. Northeast Gulf Sci. 2, 145–148.
Barletta-Bergan, A., Barletta, M. and Saint-Paul, U. (2002) Community structure and temporal variability of ichthyo-plankton in North Brazilian mangrove creeks. J.Fish Biol. 61 (Suppl. A), 33–51.
Beecher, H. A. and Hixon, W. C. (1982) Seasonal abundance of fishes in three northwest Florida rivers. Fla.Sci. 45, 145–171.
Bennett, B. A. (1994) The fish community of the Berg river estuary and an assessment of the likely effects of reduced freshwater inflows. S.-Afr.Tydskr.Dierk. 29, 118–125.
Bennett, W. A. and Beitinger, T. L. (1997) Temperature tolerance of the sheepshead minnow, Cyprinodon variegatus. Copeia
Bigelow, H. B. and Schroeder, W. C. (1953) Fishes of the Gulf of Maine. Fish.Bull. (US)53, 1–577.
Blaber, S. J. M. (1987) Factors affecting recruitment and survival of mugilids in estuaries and coastal waters of southeastern Africa. American Fisheries Society Symposium 1, 507–518.
Blaber, S. J. M. (1997) Fish and Fisheries of Tropical Estuaries (Fish and Fisheries Series 22). Chapman and Hall, London, 367 pp.
Blaber, S. J. M. (2000) Tropical Estuarine Fishes: Ecology, Exploit-ation and Conservation. Blackwell Science, Malden, MA, xii + 372 pp.
Bozeman, E. L., Jr. and Dean, J. M. (1980) The abundance of estu-arine larval and juvenile fish in a South Carolina intertidal creek. Estuaries 3, 89–97.
Breder, C. M., Jr. and Rosen, D. E. (1966) Modes of Reproduction in Fishes. American Museum of Natural History, Natural History Press, Garden City, NJ, xv + 941 pp.
Briggs, J. C. (1974) Marine Zoogeographyy. McGraw-Hill, New York, 475 pp.
Brockmann, F. W. (1974) Seasonality of fishes in a South Florida brackish canal. Fla.Sci. 37, 65–70.
Brown-Peterson, N. J., Peterson, M. S., Nieland, D. L., Murphy, M. D., Taylor, R. G. and Warren, J. R. (2002) Reproductive biology of female spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, inthe Gulf of Mexico: differences among estuaries? Environ.Biol.Fishes. 63, 405–415.
Bulger, A. J. (1984) A daily rhythm in heat tolerance in the salt marsh fish Fundulus heteroclitus. J.Exp.Zool. 230, 11–16.
Burton, R. F. (1986) Ionic regulation in fish: The influence of accli-mation temperature on plasma composition and apparent set points. Comp.Biochem, Physiol. 85A, 23–28.
Caldwell, D. K. (1957) The biology and systematics of the pinfish, Lagodon rhomboides (Linnaeus). Bull.Fla.State Mus.Biol.Sci. 2, 77–173.
Carlton, J. M. (1975) A guide to common Florida salt marsh and mangrove vegetation. Fla.Mar.Res.Publ. 6, 30 pp.
Chapman, V. J. (1960) Salt Marshes and Salt Deserts of the World. Leonard Hill, London, 392 pp.
Chenowith, S. B. (1973) Fish larvae of the estuaries and coast of central Maine. Fish.Bull. (US)71, 105–113.
Collette, B. B. (2002) Needlefishes. Family Belonidae. In: Collette, B. B. and Klein-MacPhee, G. (eds. ), Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, 3rd ed. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, pp. 287–289.
Collette, B. B. and Klein-MacPhee, G. (eds. ) (2002) Bigelow and Schroeder's Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, 3rd ed. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, 748 pp.
Copeland, B. J. (1967) Environmental characteristics of hypersaline lagoons. Contrib.Mar.Sci. 12, 207–218.
Courtenay, W. R., Jr. and Meffe, G. K., (1989) Small fishes in strange places: A review of introduced poeciliids. In:Meffe, G. K. and Snelson, F. F., Jr. (eds. ), Ecology and Evolution of Live-bearing Fishes (Poeciliidae). Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, pp. 319–331.
Courtenay, W. R., Jr., Sahlman, H. F., Miley, W. W., II and Derrema, D. J. (1974) Exotic fishes in fresh and brackish waters of Florida. Biol.Conserv. 6, 292–302.
Courtenay, W. R., Jr., Hensley, D. A., Taylor, J. N. and McCann, J. A. (1986) Distribution of exotic fishes in North America. In:. Hocutt, C. H. and Wiley, E. O. (eds. ), The Zoogeography of North American Freshwater Fishes. Wiley, New York, pp. 675–698.
Courtenay, W. R., Jr., Jennings, D. P. and Williams, J. D. (1991) Exotic fishes. In: Robins, C. R., Bailey, R. M., Bond, C. E., Brooker, J. R., Lachner, E. A., Lea, R. N. and Scott, W. B. (eds. ), Common and Scientific Names of Fishes from the United States and Canada. Am.Fish.Soc.Sp.Pub. 20, 97–107.
Crabtree, R. E. and Dean, J. M. (1982) The structure of two South Carolina estuarine tide pool fish assemblages. Estuaries 5, 2–9.
Cranford, P. J., Schwinghamer, P. and Gordon, D. C., Jr. (1987) Identification of microdetritus derived from Spartina and its occurrence in the water column and intertidal sediments of Cumberland Basin, Bay of Fundy. Estuaries
Cunningham, J. E. R. and Balon, E. K. (1985) Early ontogeny of Adinia xenica (Pisces, Cyprinodontiformes): 1. The development of embryos in hiding. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Cyrus, D. P. and Blaber, S. J. M. (1992) Turbidity and salinity in a tropical northern Australian estuary and their influence on fish distribution. Estuar.Coast. Shelf Sci
Dahlberg, M. D. (1970). Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico menhadens, genus Brevoortia (Pisces:Clupeidae). Bull.Fla.State Mus.Biol.Sci. 15, 91–162.
Dahlberg, M. D. (1972) An ecological study of Georgia coastal fishes. Fish.Bull. (US) 70, 323–353.
Dahlberg, M. D. and Odum, E. P. (1970) Annual cycles of species occurrence, abundance and diversity in Georgia estuarine fish populations. Amer.Midl.Nat. 83, 382–392.
Dahlberg, M. D. and Conyers, J. C. (1973) An ecological study of Gobiosoma bosci and G.ginsburgi (Pisces, Gobiidae) on the Georgia coast. Fish.Bull. (US) 71, 279–287.
Dando, P. R. (1984) Reproduction in estuarine fish. In: Potts, G. W. and Wootton, R. J. (eds. ), Fish Reproduction: Strategies and Tactics. Academic Press, London, pp. 155–170.
Dawson, C. E. (1958) A study of the biology and life history of the spot, Leiostomus xanthurus Lacepede, with special reference to South Carolina. Bears Bluff Lab.Contr. 28, 48 pp.
Day, J. H. (1980) Letter to the editor: 'What is an estuary?' S.Afr.J.Sci. 76, 198.
Denoncourt, R. F., Fisher, J. C. and Rapp, K. M. (1978) A freshwater population of the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, from the Susquehanna River drainage in Pennsylvania. Estuaries 1, 269–272.
Dial, R. S. and Wainwright, S. C. (1983) New distributional records for non-native fishes in Florida. Fla.Sci. 46, 8–15.
Dovel, W. (1967). Fish eggs and larvae of the Magothy River, Maryland. Chesapeake Sci. 8, 125–129.
Duggins, C. F., Jr., Relyea, K. G. and Karlin, A. A. (1989) Biochem-ical systematics in southeastern populations of Fundulus hetero-clitus and Fundulus grandis. Northeast Gulf Sci. 10, 95–102.
Duggins, C. F., Jr., Karlin, A. A., Mousseau, T. A. and Relyea, K. G. (1994) Analysis of a hybrid zone in Fundulus majalis in a northeastern Florida ecotone. Heredity
Duman, J. G. and DeVries, A. L. (1974) Freezing resistance in winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus. Nature
Dunson, W. A. and Travis, J. (1991) The role of abiotic factors in community organization. Am.Nat. 138, 1067–1091.
Durako, M. J., Browder, J. A., Kruczynski, W. L., Subrahmanyam, C. B. and Turner, R. E. (1985) Salt marsh habitat and fisheries resources of Florida. In: Seaman, W., Jr. (ed. ), Florida Aquatic Habitat and Fishery Resources Florida Chapter of American Fisheries Society, Kissimmee, FL, pp. 189–280.
Dybas, C. L. (2003) Florida's Indian river lagoon: An estuary in transition. BioScience
Eddy, S. (1957) How to Know the Freshwater Fishes. Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque, Iowa, 253 pp.
Ekman, S. (1953) Zoogeography of the Sea. Sidgwick and Jackson, London, 417 pp.
Eleuterius, L. N. (1976) The distribution of Juncus roemerianus in the salt marshes of North Florida. Chesapeake Sci. 17, 289–292.
Elliott, M. and Dewailly, F. (1995) The structure and components of European estuarine fish assemblages. Neth.J.Aquat.Ecol. 29, 397–417.
Elliott, M. and Hemingway, K. L. (2002) Fishes in Estuaries. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford, 636 pp.
Elliott, M. and McLusky, D. S. (2002) The need for definitions in understanding estuaries. Estuar.Coast.Shelf Sci. 55, 815–827.
Elliott, M., Griffiths, A. H. and Taylor, C. J. L. (1988) The role of fish studies in estuarine pollution assessment. J.Fish Biol. 33, 51–61.
Elliott, M., Hemingway, K. L., Costello, M. J., Duhamel, S., Hostens, K., Labropoulou, M., Marshall, S. and Winkler, H. (2002) Links between fish and other trophic levels. In: Elliott, M. and Hemingway, K. L. (eds. ), Fishes in Estuaries Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, pp. 124–216.
Eschmeyer, W. N. (1998) Catalog of the Genera of Recent Fishes. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, 697 pp.
Faunce, C. H. (2000) Reproduction of blackchin tilapia, Sarotherodon melanotheron, within an impounded mangrove ecosystem in east-central Florida. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Faunce, C. H. and Lorenz, J. J. (2000) Reproductive biology of the introduced Mayan cichlid, Cichlasoma urophthalmus, within an estuarine mangrove habitat of southern Florida. Environ.Biol.Fish. 58, 215–225.
Finucane, J. H., Brusher, H. A. and Collins, L. A. (1980) Spawning of bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrixx, in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Northeast Gulf Sci. 4, 57–59.
Fletcher, G. L. (1981) Effects of temperature and photoperiod on the plasma freezing point depression, Cl concentration, and protein "antifreeze" in winter flounder. Can.J.Zool. 59, 193–201.
Fletcher, G. L. and Smith, J. C. (1980) Evidence for permanent population differences in the annual cycle of plasma "antifreeze" levels of winter flounder. Can.J.Zool. 58, 507–512.
Fletcher, G. L. and King, M. J. (1987) Low temperature regulation of antifreeze glycopeptide levels in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Can.J.Zool. 65, 227–233.
Flores-Coto, C. and Garcia, F. C. (1982) Descripción de huevos y larvasde Dormitator maculatus (Bloch) de la Laguna de Alvarado, Veracruz (Pisces:Gobiidae). An.Inst.Biol.Univ.Nac.Auton.Mex.Ser.Cienc.Mar.Limnol. 9, 127–140.
Fuller, P. L., Nico, L. G. and Williams, J. D. (1999). Nonindigenous Fishes Introduced into Inland Waters of the United States. Amer-ican Fisheries Society, Special Publication 27, Bethesda, MD, 613 pp.
Garside, E. T. and Jordan, C. M. (1968) Upper lethal temperatures at various levels of salinity in the euryhaline cyprinodontids Fundulus heteroclitus and F.diaphanus after isosmotic acclima-tion. J.Fish.Res.Board.Can. 25, 2717–1770.
Gilmore, R. G., Jr. (1977) Fishes of the Indian River Lagoon and adjacent waters, Florida. Bull.Fla.State Mus., Biol.Sci. 22(3), 101–148.
Gilmore, R. G., Cooke, D. W. and Donohue, C. J. (1982) A compar-ison of the fish populations and habitat in open and closed salt marsh impoundments in east-central Florida. Northeast Gulf Sci. 5, 25–37.
Gold, J. R., Richardson, L. R. and Furman, C. (1999) Mitochon-drial DNA diversity and population structure of spotted seatrout. 321 (Cynoscion nebulosus) in coastal waters of the southeastern United States. Gulf Mex.Sci. 17, 40–40.
Gray, J. D., King, T. L. and Colura, R. L. (1991) Effect of temperature and hypersalinity on hatching success of spotted seatrout eggs. Prog.Fish-Cult. 53, 81–84.
Greenwood, M. F. D., Hill, A. S. and McLusky, D. S. (2002) Trends in abundance of benthic and demersal fish populations of lower Forth Estuary, East Scotland, from 1982–2001. J.Fish Biol. 61 (Suppl. A), 90–104.
Griffith, R. W. (1974) Environment and salinity tolerance in the genus Fundulus. Copeia
Gunter, G. (1945) Studies on marine fishes of Texas. Publ.Inst.Mar.Sci.Univ.Tex. 1, 1–190.
Gunter, G. (1961) Some relations of estuarine organisms to salinity. Limnol.Oceanogr. 6, 182–190.
Gunter, G. (1967) Some relationships of estuaries to the fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico, In: Lauff, G. H. (ed. ), Estuaries. AAAS, Pub. 83, Washington, DC, pp. 621–638.
Gunter, G., Ballard, B. S. and Venkataramiah, A. (1974) A review of salinity problems of organisms in United States coastal areas subject to the effects of engineering works. Gulf Res.Rep. 4, 380–475.
Haedrich, R. L. (1983) Estuarine fishes In: Ketchum, B. H. (ed.), Ecosystems of the World, 26, Estuaries and Enclosed Seas. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co., Amsterdam, pp. 183–207.
Harrington, R. W., Jr. and Harrington, E. S. (1961) Food selection among fishes invading a high subtropical marsh: From onset of flooding through the progress of a mosquito brood. Ecology
Hastings, R. W. and Yerger, R. W. (1971) Ecology and life history of the diamond killifish, Adinia xenica. Am.Midl.Nat. 86, 276–291.
Hayden, B. P. and Dolan, R. (1976) Coastal marine fauna and marine climates of the Americas. J.Biogeography 3, 71–81.
Hedgpeth, J. W. (1954) An introduction to the zoogeography of the northern Gulf of Mexico with reference to the invertebrate fauna. Pub.Inst.Mar.Sci.Univ.Tex. 3, 111–211.
Hedgpeth, J. W. (1957) Marine biogeography. In: Hedgpeth, J. W. (ed. ), Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology, Vol.1: Ecology.Geol.Soc.Amer.Mem. 67, 359–382.
Hedgpeth, J. W. (1967) Ecological aspects of the Laguna Madre, a hypersaline estuary. In: Lauff, G. H. (ed. ), Estuaries. AAAS, Pub. 83, Washington, DC, pp. 408–415.
Hellier, T. R., Jr. (1967) The fishes of the Santa Fe river system. Bull.Fla.State Mus.Biol.Sci. 11, 1–46.
Henderson, P. A. (1989) On the structure of the inshore fish community of England and Wales. J.Mar.Biol.Ass.UK. 69, 145–163.
Herald, E. S. and Strickland, R. R. (1949) An annotated list of the fishes of Homosassa Springs, Florida. Q.J.Fla.Acad.Sci. 11, 99–109.
Herke, W. H., Rogers, B. D. and Knudsen, E. E. (1984) Habits and habitats of young spotted seatrout in Louisiana marshes. Res. Rep. No. 3, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 48 pp.
Hoese, H. D. (1973) A trawl study of nearshore fishes and inverteb-rates of the Georgia coast. Contrib.Mar.Sci. 17, 63–98.
Hoff, J. G. and Ibara, R. M. (1977) Factors affecting the seasonal abundance, composition and diversity of fishes in a southeastern New England estuary. Estuar.Coast.Mar.Sci. 5, 665–678.
Hoss, D. E., Coston-Clements, L., Peters, D. S. and Tester, P. A. (1988) Metabolic responses of spot, Leiostomus xanthurus and Atlantic croaker, Micropogonias undulatus, larvaetocold temperatures encountered following recruitment to estuaries. Fish.Bull. (US) 86, 483–488.
Howe, E., Howe, C., Lim, R. and Burchett, M. (1997) Impact of the introduced poeciliid Gambusia holbrooki (Girard, 1859) on the growth and reproduction of Pseudomugil signifer (Kner, 1865) in Australia. Mar.Freshw.Res. 48, 425–433.
Hubbs, C. (1982) Life history dynamics of Menidia beryllina from Lake Texoma. Am.Midl.Nat. 107, 1–12.
Jacobson, H. A., Jacobson, G. L., Jr. and Kelley, J. T. (1987) Distri-bution and abundance of tidal marshes along the coast of Maine. Estuaries
Jackson, C. R. (1952) Some topographic and edaphic factors affecting plant distribution in a tidal marsh. Q.J.Fla.Acad.Sci. 15, 137–146.
Jensen, A. J. and Johnsen, B. O. (1985) Different adaptation strategies of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) populations to extreme climates with special reference to some cold Norwegian rivers. Can.J.Fish.Aquat.Sci. 43, 980–984.
Johnson, J. A. and Kelsch, S. W. (1998) Effects of evolutionary thermal environment on temperature-preference relationships in fishes. Environ.Biol.Fishes. 53, 447–458.
Johnston, C. E. and Morse, M. (1988) Summer ichthyoplankton communities of two estuarine systems of Prince Edward Island. Can.J.Zool. 66, 737–745.
Joseph, E. B. and Yerger, R. W. (1956) The fishes of Alligator Harbor, Florida with notes on their natural history. Papers of the Oceanographic Institute Florida State University Studies
Joseph, E. B. and Saksena, V. P. (1966) Determination of salinity tolerances in mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus)larvae obtained from hormone-induced spawning. Chesapeake Sci. 7, 193–197.
Kaill, W. M. (1967) Ecology and behavior of the cyprinodontid fishes Jordanella floridae (Goode and Bean), Floridichthys carpio (Gunther) and Cyprinodon variegatus Lacépède. PhD dissertation, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 172 pp.
Karr, J. R. (1981) Fish as indicators of biological integrity. Fisheries 6, 28–31.
Kendall, A. W., Jr. and Reintjes, J. W. (1975) Geographic and hydro-graphic distribution of Atlantic menhaden eggs and larvae along the middle Atlantic coast from RV Dolphin cruises, 1965–66. Fish.Bull. (US) 78, 317–335.
Kilby, J. D. (1955) The fishes of two Gulf coastal marsh areas of Florida. Tulane Stud.Zool. 2, 175–247.
Kilby, J. D. and Caldwell, D. K. (1955) A list of fishes from the southern tip of the Florida peninsula. Q.J.Fla.Acad.Sci. 18, 195–206.
Kinne, O. (1963) The effects of temperature and salinity on marine and brackish water animals. I. Temperature. Oceanogr.Mar.Biol.Annu.Rev. 1, 301–340.
Kinne, O. (1964) The effects of temperature and salinity on marine and brackish water animals. II. Salinity and temperature-salinity combinations. Oceanogr.Mar.Biol.Annu.Rev. 2, 281–339.
Kinne, O. (1966) Physiological aspects of animal life in estuaries with special reference to salinity. Neth.J.Sea Res. 3, 222–244.
Kinne, O. (1967) Physiology of estuarine organisms with special reference to salinity and temperature: General aspects. In:Lauff, G. H. (ed.), Estuaries. AAAS, Publ. No. 83, Washington, DC, pp. 525–540.
Klein-MacPhee, G. (2002a) Cods. Family Gadidae. In: Collette, B. B. and Klein-MacPhee, G. (eds. ), Fishes of the Gulf of Maine., 3rd ed. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, pp. 223–261.
Klein-MacPhee, G. (2002b) Croakers, drums, and weakfishes. Family Sciaenidae. In Collette, B. B and Klein-MacPhee, G. (eds. ), Fishes of the Gulf of Maine., 3rd ed. Smithsonian Insti-tution Press, Washington, DC, pp. 435–446.
Klein-MacPhee, G. (2002c) Righteye flounders. Family Pleur-onectidae. In: Collette, B. B. and Klein-MacPhee, G. (eds. ), Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, 3rd ed. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, pp. 560–587.
Kneib, R. T. (1997) The role of tidal marshes in the ecology of estuarine nekton. Oceanogr.Mar.Biol.Annu.Rev. 35, 163–220.
Kneib, R. T. and Stiven, A. E. (1978) Growth, reproduction, and feeding of Fundulus heteroclitus (L. ) on a North Carolina salt marsh. J.Exp.Mar.Biol.Ecol. 31, 121–140.
Kurz, H. and Wagner, K. (1957) Tidal Marshes of the Gulf and Atlantic coasts of Northern Florida and Charleston, South Carolina. Florida State University Studies
24, 168 pp.
Lathrop, R. G., Cole, M. B. and Showalter, R. D. (2000) Quantifying the habitat structure and spatial pattern of New Jersey (U.S.A.) salt marshes under different management regimes. Wetl.Ecol.Manag. 8, 163–172.
Lee, C.-S. and Menu, B. (1981) Effects of salinity on egg develop-ment and hatching in grey mullet Mugil cephalus L. J.Fish Biol. 19, 179–188.
Leim, A. H. and Scott, W. B. (1966) Fishes of the Atlantic coast of Canada. Bull.Fish.Res.Board.Can. 155, 485 pp.
Lenanton, R. C. J. and Potter, I. C. (1987) Contribution of estuaries to commercial fisheries in temperate western Australia and the concept of estuarine dependence. Estuaries
Loftus, W. F. (1987) Possible establishment of the Mayan cichlid, Cichlasoma urophthalmus (Günther) Pisces:Cichlidae) in Ever-glades National Park, Florida. Fla.Sci. 50, 1–6.
Loftus, W. F. and Kushlan, J. A. (1987) Freshwater fishes of southern Florida. Bull.Fla.State Mus.Biol.Sci. 31, 147–344.
Magill, S. H. and Sayer, M. D. J. (2002) Seasonal and interan-nual variation in fish assemblages of northern temperate rocky subtidal habitats. J.Fish Biol. 61, 1198–1216.
MagoLeccia, F. (1965) Contribution a la sistematica y ecologia de los peces de al Laguna de Unare, Venezuela. Bull.Mar.Sci. 15, 274–330.
Major, P. F. (1977) Aspects of estuarine intertidal ecology of juvenile striped mullet, Mugil cephalus, in Hawaii. Fish.Bull. (US) 76, 299–314.
Malloy, K. D. and Targett, T. E. (1991) Feeding, growth and survival of juvenile summer flounder Paralichthys dentatus: experimental analysis of the effects of temperature and salinity. Mar.Ecol.Prog.Series
Massman, W. H. (1954) Marine fishes in fresh and brackish waters of Virginia rivers. Ecology
Mathieson, S., Cattrijsse, A., Costa, M. J., Drake, P., Elliott, M., Dardner, J. and Marchand, J. (2000) Fish assemblages of European tidal marshes: a comparison based on species, families and functional guilds. Mar.Ecol.Prog.Series
McDowall, R. M. (1987) The occurrence and distribution of diadromy among fishes. American Fisheries Society Symposium 1, 8–13.
McDowall, R. M. (1997) The evolution of diadromy in fishes (revis-ited) and its place in phylogenetic analysis. Rev.Fish Biol.Fish. 7, 443–462.
McErlean, A. J., O'Connor, S. G., Mihursky, J. A. and Gibson, C. I. (1973) Abundance, diversity and seasonal patterns of estuarine fish populations. Estuar.Coast.Mar.Sci. 1, 19–36.
McHugh, J. L. (1967) Estuarine nekton. In: Lauff, G. H. (ed. ), Estuaries. AAAS, Publ No. 83, Washington, DC, pp. 581–620.
McLane, W. M. (1955) The fishes of the St. Johns river system. PhD dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville, 361 pp.
McMichael, R. H., Jr. and Peters, K. M. (1989) Early life history of spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus (Pisces:Sciaenidae), in Tampa Bay, Florida. Estuaries
Mercer, L. P. (1984a) A biological and fisheries profile of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus. North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development, Division of Marine Fisheries, Morehead City, NCSpecial Scientific Report No. 41, 89 pp.
Mercer, L. P. (1984b) A biological and fisheries profile of spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus. North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development, Division of Marine Fisheries, Morehead City, NC Special Scientific Report No. 40, 87 pp.
Merriner, J. V., Kriete, W. H. and Grant, G. C. (1976) Seasonality, abundance, and diversity of fishes in the Piankatank River, Virginia (1970–1971). Chesapeake Science
Miller, C. A., Fivizzani, A. J. and Meier, A. H. (1983) Water temper-ature influences salinity selection in the Gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis. Can.J.Zool. 61, 1265–1269.
Miller, J. M. and Dunn, M. L. (1980) Feeding strategies and patterns of movement in juvenile estuarine fishes. In: Kennedy, V. S. (ed. ), Estuarine Perspectives. Academic Press, New York, pp. 437–448.
Miller, J. M., Reed, J. P. and Pietrafesca, L. J. (1984) Patterns, mechanisms, and approaches to the study of migrations of estuarine-dependent fish larvae and juveniles. In: McLeave, J. D., Arnold, G. P., Dodson, J. J. and Neill, W. H. (eds. ), Mechanisms of Migration in Fishes. Plenum Press, NY, pp. 209–229.
Mires, D., Shak, Y. and Shilo, S. (1975) Further observations on the effect of salinity and temperature changes on Mugil cephalus fry. Aquaculture 5, 110.
Moody, W. D. (1950) A study of the natural history of the spotted trout, Cynoscion nebulosus in the Cedar Key, Florida, area. Q.J.Fla.Acad.Sci. 12, 147–171.
Moore, R. H. (1974) General ecology, distribution and relative abundance of Mugil cephalus and Mugil curema on the south Texas coast. Contrib.Mar.Sci. 18, 241–255.
Morin, R., Dodson, J. and Power, G. (1980) Estuarine fish communities of the eastern James-Hudson Bay coast. Environ.Biol.Fishes 5, 135–141.
Murashige, R., Bass, P., Wallace, L., Molnar, A., Eastham, B. Sato, V., Tamaru, C. and Lee, C.-S. (1991) The effect of salinity on the survival and growth of striped mullet (Mugil cephalus)larvaein the hatchery. Aquaculture
Myers, G. S. (1949) Usage of anadromous, catadromous and allied terms for migratory fishes. Copeia
Nelson, J. S. (1994). Fishes of the World, 3rd ed. J. Wiley, New York, xvii + 600 pp.
Nelson, W. R., Ingham, M. C. and Schaaf, W. E. (1976) Larval trans-port and year-class strength of Atlantic menhaden, Brevoortia tyrannus. Fish.Bull. (US) 75, 23–41.
Nixon, S. W. and Oviatt, C. A. (1973) Ecology of a New England salt marsh. Ecol.Monogr. 43, 463–498.
Norcross, J. J., Richardson, S. L., Massman, W. H. and Joseph, E. B. (1974) Development of young bluefish, Pomatomus saltatrix, and distribution of eggs and young in Virginian coastal waters. Trans.Am.Fish.Soc. 103, 477–497.
Nordlie, F. G. (1976) Influence of environmental temperature on plasma ionic and osmotic concentrations in Mugil cephalus Lin. Comp.Biochem.Physiol. 55A, 379–381.
Nordlie, F. G. (1979) Niche specificities of eleotrid fishes in a tropical estuary. Rev.Biol.Trop. 27, 35–50.
Nordlie, F. G. (1981) Feeding and reproductive biology of eleotrid fishes in a tropical estuary. J.Fish Biol. 18, 97–110.
Nordlie, F. G. (1985) Osmotic regulation in the sheepshead minnow Cyprinodon variegatus Lacepède. J.Fish Biol. 26, 61–170.
Nordlie, F. G. (1987) Salinity tolerance and osmotic regulation in the diamond killifish, Adinia xenica. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Nordlie, F. G. (2000a) Patterns of reproduction and development of selected resident teleosts of Florida salt marshes. Hydrobiologia
Nordlie, F. G. (2000b) Salinity responses in three species of Fundulus (Teleostei: Fundulidae) from Florida salt marshes. Verh.Int.Ver.Limnol. 27, 1276–1279.
Nordlie, F. G. and Walsh, S. J. (1989) Adaptive radiation in osmotic regulatory patterns among three species of cyprinodontids (Tele-ostei: Atherinomorpha). Physiol.Zool. 62, 1203–1218.
Nordlie, F. G. and Haney, D. C. (1993) Euryhaline adaptations in the fat sleeper, Dormitator maculatus. J.Fish Biol. 43, 433–439.
Nordlie, F. G. and Mirandi, A. (1996) Salinity relationships in a freshwater population of eastern mosquitofish. J.Fish Biol. 49, 1226–1232.
Nordlie, F. G. and Haney, D. C. (1998) Adaptations in salt marsh teleosts to life in waters of varying salinity. Ital.J.Zool. 65 (Suppl. 1), 405–409.
Nordlie, F. G., Szelistowski, W. A. and Nordlie, W. C. (1982) Onto-genesis of osmotic regulation in the striped mullet, Mugil cephalus L. J.Fish.Biol. 20, 79–86.
Nordlie, F. G., Haney, D. C. and Walsh, S. J. (1992) Comparisons of salinity tolerances and osmotic regulatory capabilities in populations of sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna) from brackish and fresh waters. Copeia
Oberdorff, T. and Hughes, R. M. (1992) Modification of an index of biotic integrity based on fish assemblages to characterize rivers of the Seine Basin, France. Hydrobiologia
Odum, E. P. (1980) The status of three ecosystem-level hypotheses regarding salt marsh estuaries: Tidal subsidy, outwelling, and detritus-based food chains. In: Kennedy, V. S. (ed. ), Estuarine Perspectives. Academic Press, New York, pp. 485–496.
Odum, H. T. (1953) Factors controlling marine invasions into Florida fresh waters. Bull.Mar.Sci.Gulf Caribb. 3, 134–156.
Odum, W. E. (1971) Pathways of energy flow in a South Florida estuary. University of Miami, Sea Grant Technical Bulletin No. 7, Miami, FL, xi + 162 pp.
Odum, W. E. and Heald, E. J. (1972) Trophic analyses of an estuarine mangrove community. Bull.Mar.Sci. 22, 671–738.
Paller, M., Reichert, M. J. and Dean, J. M. (1996) Use of fish communities to assess environmental impacts in South Carolina coastal plain streams. Trans.Am.Fish.Soc. 125, 633–644.
Pattillo, M. E., Czapla, T. E., Nelson, D. M. and Monaco, M. E. (1997) Distribution and abundance of fishes and invertebrates in Gulf of Mexico estuaries, Volume II: species life history summaries. ELMR Report No. 11. NOAA/NOS Strategic Environmental Assessments Division, Silver Springs, MD, 377 pp.
Pearcy, W. G. and Richards, S. W. (1962) Distribution and ecology of fishes of the Mystic River estuary, Connecticut. Ecology
Peebles, E. B. and Flannery, M. S. (1992) Fish nursery use of the Little Manatee River Estuary (Florida): Relationships with fresh-water discharge. Final Report Submitted to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, December 1992. Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, FL, viii + 91 pp.
Penczak, T. (1985) Trophic ecology and fecundity of Fundulus heteroclitus in Chezzetcook Inlet, Nova Scotia. Mar.Biol. (Berlin) 89, 235–243.
Penfound, W. T. (1952) Southern swamps and marshes. Bot.Rev. 18, 413–446.
Peterson-Curtis, T. L. (1997) Effects of salinity on survival, growth, metabolism, and behavior in juvenile hogchokers, Trinectes maculatus fasciatus (Achiridae). Environ.Biol.Fishes
Pihl, L., Cattrijsse, A., Codling, I., Mathieson, S., McLusky, D. S. and Roberts, C. (2002) Habitat use by fishes in estuaries and other brackish areas. In: Elliott, M. and Hemingway, K. L. (eds. ), Fishes in Estuaries. Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, pp. 10–53.
Pombo, L., Elliott, M. and Rebelo, J. E. (2002) Changes in the fish fauna of the Ria de Aveiro estuarine lagoon (Portugal) during the twentieth century. J.Fish Biol. 61 (Suppl. A), 167–181.
Pool, D. J., Snedaker, S. C. and Lugo, A. E. (1977) Structure of mangrove forests in Florida, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Central America. Biotropica 9, 195–212.
Potter, I. C., Beckley, L. E., Whitfield, A. K. and Lenanton, R. C. J. (1990) Comparisons between the roles played by estuaries in the life cycles of fishes in temperate Western Australia and Southern Africa. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Pritchard, D. W. (1967) What is an estuary: Physical viewpoint. In: Lauff, G. H. (ed. ), Estuaries. AAAS, Washington, DC, pp. 3–5.
Rakocinski, C. F., Baltz, D. M. and Fleeger, J. W. (1992) Corre-spondence between environmental gradients and the community structure of marsh-edge fishes in a Louisiana estuary. Mar.Ecol.Prog.Ser. 80, 135–148.
Raney, E. C., Backus, R. H., Crawford, R. W. and Robins, C. R. (1953) Reproductive behavior in Cyprinodon variegatus Lacépède in Florida. Zoologica
Reid, G. K., Jr. (1954) An ecological study of the Gulf of Mexico fishes, in the vicinity of Cedar Key, Florida. Bull.Mar.Sci.Gulf Caribb. 4, 1–94.
Relyea, K. (1975) The distribution of the oviparous killifishes of Florida. Sci.Biol.J. 1, 49–52.
Relyea, K. (1983) A systematic study of two species complexes of the genus Fundulus (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae). Bull.Fla.State Mus.Biol.Sci. 29, 1–64.
Renfro, W. C. (1960) Salinity relations of some fishes in the Aransas River, Texas. Tulane Stud.Zool. 8, 83–91.
Richards, C. E. and Castagna, M. (1970) Marine fishes of Virginia's eastern shore (inlet and marsh, seaside waters). Chesapeake Sci. 11, 235–248.
Robins, C. R. and Ray, G. C. (1986) A field Guide to Atlantic Coast Fishes of North America. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 354 pp.
Robins, C. R., Bailey, R. M., Bond, C. E., Brooker, J. R., Lachner, E. R., Lea, R. N. and Scott, W. B. (1991) Common and Scientific Names of Fishes from the United States and Canada. Am.Fish.Soc.Spec.Publ. 20, 183 pp.
Roessler, M. A. (1970) Checklist of fishes in Buttonwood Canal, Everglades National Park, Florida, and observations on the seasonal occurrence and life histories of selected species. Bull.Mar.Sci. 20, 860–893.
Rogers, S. G., Targett, T. E. and VanSant, S. P. (1984) Fish-Nursery use in Georgia salt-marsh estuaries: The influence of springtime freshwater conditions. Trans.Am.Fish.Soc. 113, 595–606.
Rosen, E. E. and Bailey, R. M. (1963) The poeciliid fishes (Cyprinodontiformes), their structure, zoogeography, and systematics. Bull.Am.Mus.Nat.Hist. 126, 1–176.
Rountree, R. A. and Able, K. W. (1992) Fauna of polyhaline subtidal marsh creeks in southern New Jersey: Composition, abundance and biomass. Estuaries
Samaritan, J. M. and Schmidt, R. E. (1982) Aspects of the life history of a freshwater population of the mummichog, Fundulus hetero-.clitus (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae), in the Bronx River, New York, USA. Hydrobiologia
Saucier, M. H. and Baltz, D. M. (1993) Spawning site selection by spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, and black drum, Pogo-nias cromis, in Louisiana. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Schimmel, S. C. (1977) Notes on the embryonic period of the pinfish Lagodon rhomboides (L. ) Fla.Sci. 40, 3–6.
Schmelz, G. W. (1970) Some effects of temperature and salinity on the life processes of the striped killifish, Fundulus majalis (Walbaum). PhD dissertation, University of Delaware, Newark, 104 pp.
Schwartz, F. J., Hogarth, W. T. and Weinstein, M. P. (1981) Marine and freshwater fishes of the Cape Fear estuary, North Caro-lina, and their distributions in relation to environmental factors. Brimleyana 7, 17–37.
Scofield, N. B. and Bryant. H. C. (1926) The striped bass in California. Calif.Fish Game. 12, 55–74.
Shenker, J. M. and Dean, J. M. (1979) The utilization of an inter-tidal salt marsh creek by larval and juvenile fishes: Abundance, diversity and temporal variation. Estuaries 2, 154–163.
Simmons, E. G. (1957) An ecological survey of the upper Laguna Madre of Texas. Publ.Inst.Mar.Sci.Univ.Tex. 4, 156–200.
Simpson, D. G. and Gunter, G. (1956) Notes on habitats, systematic characters and life histories of Texas salt water cyprinodontes. Tulane Stud.Zool. 4, 115–134.
Smith, R. L. and Paulson, A. C. (1977) Osmoregulatory seasonality and freezing avoidance in some fishes from a subarctic eelgrass community. Copeia
Spieler, R. E., Meier, A. H. and Loesch, H. C. (1976) Photoperi-odic effects on salinity selection in the Gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis. Copeia
Springer, V. G. and Woodburn, K. D. (1960) An ecological study of the fishes of the Tampa Bay area. Professional Papers Series, No. 1. Florida State Board of Conservation Marine Laboratory, St. Petersburg, 104 pp.
Strawn, K. and Dunn, J. E. (1967) Resistance of Texas salt-and freshwater-marsh fishes to heat death at various salinities. Tex.J.Sci. 19, 57–76.
Subrahmanyam, C. G. and Drake, S. H. (1975) Studies on the animal communities in two north Florida salt marshes. Bull.Mar.Sci. 25, 445–465.
Swift, C., Yerger, R. W. and Parrish, R. R. (1977) Distribution and natural history of the fresh and brackish water fishes of the Ochlockonee River, Florida and Georgia. Bull.Tall Timbers Res.Sta. 20, 1–111.
Sylvester, J. R. (1975) Critical thermal maxima of three species of Hawaiian estuarine fish: a comparative study. J.Fish Biol. 7, 257–262.
Sylvester, J. R., Nash, C. E. and Emberson, C. R. (1974) Preliminary study of temperature tolerance in juvenile Hawaiian mullet (Mugil cephalus). Prog.Fish-Cult. 36, 99–100.
Sylvester, J. R., Nash, C. E. and Emberson, C. R. (1975) Salinity and oxygen tolerances of eggs and larvae of Hawaiian striped mullet, Mugil cephalus L. J.Fish Biol. 7, 621–629.
Tabb, D. C. (1966) The estuary as a habitat for spotted seatrout. Amer.Fish.Soc.Spec.Publ. 3, 59–67.
Tagatz, M. E. (1967) Fishes of the St. Johns River, Florida. Q.J.Fla.Acad.Sci. 30, 25–50.
Tagatz, M. E. and Dudley, D. L. (1961) Seasonal occurrence of marine fishes in four shore habitats near Beaufort, North Caro-lina 1957–60. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Scientific Report. Fisheries
390, 19 pp.
Taylor, M. H. (1986) Environmental and endocrine influences on reproduction of Fundulus heteroclitus. Am.Zool. 26, 159–171.
Teixeira, R L. (1994) Abundance, reproductive period, and feeding habits of eleotrid fishes in estuarine habitats of north-east Brazil. J.Fish Biol. 45, 749–761.
Thiel, R. and Potter, I. C. (2001) The ichthyofaunal composition of the Elbe Estuary: An analysis in space and time. Mar.Biol. (Berlin) 138, 603–616.
Thomson, J. M. (1966) The grey mullets. Oceanogr.Mar.Biol.Annu.Rev. 4, 301–335.
Thorman, S. (1982) Niche dynamics and resource partitioning in a fish guild inhabiting a shallow estuary on the Swedish west coast. Oikos
Thorman, S. (1983) Food and habitat resource partitioning between three estuarine fish species on the Swedish west coast. Estuar.Coast.Shelf Sci. 17, 681–692.
Thorman, S. (1986a) Physical factors affecting the abundance and species richness of fishes in the shallow waters of the Southern Bothnian Sea (Sweden). Estuar.Coast.Shelf Sci. 22, 357–369.
Thorman, S. (1986b) Seasonal colonization and effects of salinity and temperature on species richness and abundance of fish of some brackish and estuarine shallow waters in Sweden. Holarc.Ecol. 9, 126–132.
Thorman, S. and Wiederholm, A.-M. (1984) Species composi-tion and dietary relationships in a brackish shallow water fish assemblage in the Bothnian Sea, Sweden. Estuar.Coast.Shelf Sci. 19, 359–371.
Turner, J. S. and Snelson, F. F., Jr. (1984) Population structure, repro-duction and laboratory behavior of the introduced Belonesox belizanus (Poeciliidae) in Florida. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Turner, R. E., Woo, S. W. and Jitts, H. R. (1979) Estuarine influences on a continental shelf plankton community. Science
Umminger, B. L. (1969a) Physiological studies on supercooled killi-fish (Fundulus heteroclitus)-I. Serum inorganic constituents in relation to osmotic and ionic regulation at subzero temperatures. J.Exp.Zool. 172, 283–302.
Umminger, B. L. (1969b) Physiological studies on supercooled killi-fish (Fundulus heteroclitus)-II. Serum organic constituents and the problem of supercooling. J.Exp.Zool. 172, 409–424.
Umminger, B. L. (1970) Osmoregulation by the killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus, in fresh water at temperatures near freezing. Nature
Umminger, B. L. (1971a) Chemical studies of cold death in the Gulf killifish, Fundulus grandi
Umminger, B. L. (1971b) Patterns of osmoregulation in freshwater fishes at temperatures near freezing. Physiol.Zool. 44, 20–27.
Wallace, J. H. (1975) Aspects of the biology of Mugil cephalus in a hypersaline estuarine lake of the east coast of South Africa. Aquaculture 5, 11.
Wallace, J. H., Kok, H. M., Beckley, L. E., Bennett, B., Blaber, S. J. M. and Whitfield, A. K. (1984) South African estuaries and their importance to fishes. S.Afr.J.Sci. 80, 203–207.
Warlen, S. M. (1964) Some aspects of the life history of Cyprinodon variegatus Lacépède 1803, in Southern Delaware. MS thesis, University of Delaware, Newark, 40 pp.
Warlen, S. M. and Burke, J. S. (1990) Immigration of larvae of fall/winter spawning marine fishes into a North Carolina estuary. Estuaries
Weinstein, M. P. (1979) Shallow marsh habitats as primary nurseries for fishes and shellfish, Cape Fear River, North Carolina. Fish.Bull. (U. S. )77, 339–357.
Weinstein, M. P. (1981) Plankton productivity and the distribution of fishes on the southeastern U. S. continental shelf. Science
Weinstein, M. P. and Yerger, R. W. (1976) Protein taxonomy of the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic ocean seatrouts, genus Cynoscion. Fish.Bull. (US)74, 599–607.
Weinstein, M. P., Weiss, S. L. and Walters, M. F. (1980) Multiple determinants of community structure in shallow marsh habitats, Cape Fear River Estuary, North Carolina, USA. Mar.Biol. (Berlin) 58, 227–243.
Whitfield, A. K. (1983) Factors influencing the utilization of southern African estuaries by fishes. S.Afr.J.Sci. 79, 362–365.
Whitfield, A. K. (1999) Ichthyofaunal assemblages in estuaries: A South African case study. Rev.Fish Biol.Fish. 9, 151–186.
Whitfield, A. K. and Elliott, M. (2002) Fishes as indicators of environmental and ecological changes within estuaries: A review of progress and some suggestions for the future. J.Fish Biol. 61 (Suppl. A), 229–250.
Whitlach, R. R. (1982) The ecology of New England tidal flats: A community profile. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Services Program, Washington, DC, FWS/OBS-81/ 01, 125 pp.
Winemiller, K. O. and Ponwith, B. J. (1998) Comparative ecology of eleotrid fishes in Central American coastal streams. Environ.Biol.Fishes
Wohlschlag, D. E. and Wakeman, J. M. (1978) Salinity stresses, metabolic responses and distribution of the coastal spotted seat-rout, Cynoscion nebulosus. Cont.Mar.Sci. 21, 171–185.
Worgan, J. P. and FitzGerald, G. J. (1981) Habitat segregation in a salt marsh among adult sticklebacks (Gasterosteidae). Environ.Biol.Fishes 6, 105–109.
Yerger, R. W. (1977) Fishes of the Apalachicola River. Fla.Mar.Res.Pub. 26, 22–33.
Zydlewski, J. and McCormick, S. D. (1997) The loss of hyperos-moregulatory ability in migrating juvenile American shad, Alosa sapidissimA. Can.J.Fish.Aquat.Sci. 54, 2377–2387.