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01) Able, K. W. and M. P. Fahay. 1998. The First Year in the life of Estuarine Fishes in the Middle Altantic Bight. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 342 pp.

01a) Alaska Fisheries Science Center. 2008. http://access.afsc.noaa.gov/ichthyo/index.cfm

02) Amundrud, J.R. 1970. Ecological interrelationships of the larvae of Perciform fish in Lake Opinicon, Ontario. M.Sc. Thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, 134 pp.

03) Amundrud, J.R., D.J. Faber and A. Keast. 1974. Seasonal succession of free swimming perciform larvae in Lake Opinicon, Ontario. Journal of Fisheries Research Board of Canada 31:1661-1665.

04) Auer, N.A. 1982. (Editor). Identification of larval fishes of the Great Lakes Basin with emphasis on the Lake Michigan Drainage. Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Special Publication 82-3:1-744.

05) Cucin, D. and D.J. Faber. 1985. Early life studies of Lake Whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis), Cisco (Coregonus artedii) and Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens) in Lake Opeongo. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto, Ontario. Ontario Fisheries Technical Report Series No. 16, 28 pp.

05a) Duellman, W.E. and Linda Trueb. 1986. Biology of Amphibians. McGraw-Hill, Inc. Toronto, 670 pp.

06) Faber, D.J. 1963. Larval fish from the pelagial region of two Wisconsin lakes. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 122 pp.

07) Faber, D.J. 1967. Limnetic larval fish in northern Wisconsin lakes. Journal of Fisheries Research Board of Canada 24:927-937.

08) Faber, D.J. 1968. A net for catching limnetic fry. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 97(1):61-63.

09) Faber, D.J. 1970. Ecological observations on newly hatched lake whitefish in South Bay, Lake Huron. In: Biology of Coregonid Fishes. University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg. pp.481-500.

10) Faber, D.J. 1976a. Identification of four northern blennioid fish larvae in the Canadian Atlantic Ocean (Stichaeidae, Lumpenidae). J. Fish. Res. Board of Canada. 33: 1798-1802.

11) Faber, D.J. 1976b. Hyponeustonic fish larvae in the Northumberland Strait during summer 1962. J. Fish. Res. Board of Canada. 33: 1167-1174.

12) Faber, D.J. 1980. Observations on the early life of the golden shiner, Notemigonus crysoleucas (Mitchell), in Lac Heney, Québec. In: Proceedings of Fourth Annual Larval Fish Conference, pp.69-78.

13) Faber, D.J. 1981. A light trap to sample littoral and limnetic regions of lakes. Proceedings of the International Association for Theoretical and Applied Limnology, 21:776-781.

14) Faber, D.J. 1982. Fish larvae caught by a light trap at littoral sites in Lac Heney, Québec, 1979 and 1980. In: Proceedings of Fifth Annual Larval Fish Conference, pp.42-46.

15) Faber, D.J. 1985. The early development of the northern redbelly dace, Phoxinus eos (Cope). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 63: 1724-1729.

16) Faber, D.J. 1999. Water babies: larval fishes of Ottawa and vicinity. Special Publication, 38 pp. The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club, Ottawa, ON Canada.

17) Faber, D.J. Unpublished manuscript 1, Larval fish of Lac Heney, Québec.

18) Faber, D.J. Unpublished manuscript 2, Larval fish of Barkley Sound, British Columbia.

19) Faber, D.J. Unpublished manuscript 3, A comparison of larvae of the deepwater and fourhorn sculpin, Myoxocephalus quadricornis L. from North America. II. Ecology and morphology.

20) Faber, D.J. and J. Hill. Unpublished manuscript 4, Hatching of fishes in Passamaquoddy Bay, New Brunswick, in Spring of 1970.

21) Faber, D.J. and H. Lo. Unpublished manuscript 5, A study of larval fishes of Sturgeon and Rice Bays along Long Point, Lake Erie in 1986.

22) Faber, D.J. and S. Gadd. 1983. Several drawing techniques to iIllustrate larval fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 112:349-353.

23) Fish, M.P. 1932. Contributions to the early life of sixty two species of fishes from Lake Erie and its tributary waters. United States Bureau of Fisheries, Bulletin 47(10):293-398.

24) Fuiman, L. and R.G. Werner. 2002. Fishery Science: The unique contributions of early life stages. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford, UK.

25) Goodrich, H.B. 1934. Chromatophores in relation to genetic and specific distinctions. The American Naturalist 73:198-207.

26) Hart, J.S. 1973. Pacific fishes of Canada. Bulletin 180, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Ottawa, ON Canada., 740 pp.

27) Khan, N.Y. 1971 Comparative morphology and ecology of the pelagic larvae of nine Cottidae (Pisces) of the northwest Atlantic and St. Lawrence Drainage. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON. 234 pp.

28) Khan, N.Y. and D.J. Faber. 1973. A comparison of larvae of the Deepwater and Fourhorn Sculpin, Myoxocephalus quadricornis L. from North America. I. Morphological Development. In: J.H.S. Blaxter, [Ed.] The Early Life of Fish. pp.703-712. Springer-Verlag, N.Y.

29) Kohler, A.C., D.J. Faber and N.J. McFarlane. 1974a. Eggs, larvae and juveniles of fishes from plankton collections in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during 1965, 1966 and 1967. Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Tech. Report No. 285, 164 pp.

30) Kohler, A.C., D.J. Faber and N.J. McFarlane. 1974b. Eggs, larvae and juveniles of fishes from plankton collections in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during 1968. Fisheries and Marine Service, Research and Development Directorate, Tech. Report No. 490, 105 pp.

31) Kohler, A.C., D.J. Faber and N.J. McFarlane. 1975. Eggs, larvae and juveniles of fishes from plankton collections in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during 1969. Fisheries and Marine Service, Research and Development Directorate, Tech. Report No. 521, 154 pp.

32) Kohler, A.C., D.J. Faber and N.J. McFarlane. 1976. Eggs, larvae and juveniles of fishes from plankton collections in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during 1970 to 1971. Fisheries and Marine Service, Research and Development Directorate, Tech. Report No. 645, 139 pp.

33) Kohler, A.C., D.J. Faber and N.J. McFarlane. 1977. Eggs, larvae and juveniles of fishes from plankton collections in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during 1972 to 1975. Department of Fisheries and Environment, Fisheries and Marine Service, Tech. Report No. 747,180 pp.

33a) Krinsky, N.I. 1979. Carotenoid protection against oxidation. Pure and Applied Chemistry., Vol. 51:649-660.

34) Leim, A.H. and W.B. Scott. 1966. Fishes of the Atlantic Coast. Bulletin No. 155, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Ottawa, ON Canada., 485 pp.

35) Mansfield, P.J. and A.H. Mansfield. 1982. Influence of background color and intensity of illumination on melanophore expansion in larval fish. In: Proceedings of Fifth Annual Larval Fish Conference, pp.60-62.

36) Matarese, A.C., A. Kendall Jr., D.M. Blood, and B.M. Vinter. 1989. Laboratory guide to early life history stages of Northeast Pacific Fishes. NOAA Technical Report NMFS 80. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA. 22161., 652 pp.

37) Nelson, J.S. 1994. Fishes of the World. John Wiley and Sons, N. Y., 523 pp.

38) Ryder, R. 1992. Food, growth, habitat, and community interactions of young-of-the-year burbot, Lota lota L., in a Precambrian Shield lake. Hydrobiologia 243/244: 211-227.

39) Scott, W.B. and E.J. Crossman. 1973. Freshwater fishes of Canada. Bulletin 184, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Ottawa, ON Canada., 966 pp.

40) Scott, W.B. and M.G. Scott. 1988. Atlantic fishes of Canada. Canadian Bulletin of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, No. 219.  University of Toronto Press in cooperation with the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and the Canadian Government Publishing Centre, Supply and Services Canada, Toronto, 731 pp.

41) Silverberg, N. and L. Bossé. 1994. Additional observations of endobenthic behaviour in the early life history of Melanostigma atlanticum (Zoarcidae) in muddy bottom sediments of the Laurentian Trough, eastern Canada. Environmental Biology of Fishes 39: 43–49.

42) Simon, T.P. and D.J. Faber. 1987. Descriptions of eggs, larvae and early juveniles of the Iowa darter, Etheostoma exile (Girard) from Lac Heney, Québec. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 65: 1264-1269.

43) Sumner, F.B. 1940. Quantitative changes in pigmentation, resulting from visual stimuli in fishes and amphibia. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 15(8):351-375.

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