About this book
Fishes, the most abundant and diverse group among all vertebrates, exploit the largest number of communication channels. These two volumes explore how fishes use hearing and vision, as well as the vibrational, electric and chemical modalities in their interactions with one another.
Table of Contents:
Section I : Acoustic and Chemical Communication
*Sound-generating Mechanisms in Fishes: A Unique Diversity in Vertebrates: Friedrich Ladich and Michael L. Fine
*Evolutionary Trends of Swim-bladder Sound Mechanisms in Some Teleost Fishes: Eric Parmentier and Rui Diogo
*Diversity of Sound Production in Fish: Maria Clara P. Amorim; Propagation of Fish Sounds: David A. Mann
*Agonistic Behavior and Acoustic Communication: Friedrich Ladich and Arthur A. Myrberg, Jr.
*Reproductive Behavior and Acoustical Interactions: Arthur A. Myrberg, Jr. and Marco Lugli
*Detection of Communication Sounds: Lidia Eva Wysocki
*Hydromechanical Communication via the Lateral Line: Copepodology for the Ichthyologist: John Janssen and J. Rudi Strickler
*Functional Organization of the Olfactory System in Fish: El Hassan Hamdani and Kjell B. Doving
*The Role of Public Chemical Information in Antipredator Behavior: Brian D. Wisenden and Douglas P. Chivers
Section II : Visual Communication
*Propagation of Visual Signals in the Aquatic Environment: An Interactive Windowsr-based Model: Ellis R. Loew and Hong Zhang
*Evolution of Color Discrimination in Vertebrates and its Implications for Visual Communication: Shaun P. Collin and Ann E.O. Trezise
*Visual Communication in Elasmobranchs: Nathan S. Hart et al.
*What Does a Reef Fish See When It Sees a Reef Fish? Eating "Nemo"c: Justin Marshall et al.
*UV Communication in Fish: E. Siebeck et al.
*Visual Pigments and Visual Communication in Deepwater Environments: David M. Hunt and James K. Bowmaker
*Visual Communication in East African Cichild Fishes: Diversity in a Phylogenetic Context: Karen L. Carleton et al.
*Developmental Plasticity in Spectral Sensitivity and Processing in the Cichlid Fish Aequidens pulcher: Ronald H.H. Kr#ger and Hans-Joachim Wagner
*Non-image-forming Photoreception: Russell G. Foster et al.
Section III : Electric Communication
*Eletrocommunication : History, Insights, and New Questions: Peter Moller
*Measuring and Visualizing EOD Fields: Brian Rasnow
*Plasticity of the Electric Organ Discharge Waveform: Contexts, Mechanisms, and Implications for Electrocommunication: Philip K. Stoddard
*Evolution of Electric Signal Diversity in Gymnotiform Fishes: William G.R. Crampton and James S. Albert
*Intra- and Interspecific Electrocommunication among Sympatric Mormyrids in the Upper Zambezi River: Andreas Scheffel and Bernd Kramer
*Electrocommunication in Gymnotiformes: Jamming Avoidance and Social Signals during Courtship: Daniel Larenzo et al.
*Integration of the Electrosense with Other Senses: Implications for Communication: Stefan Schuster
*A Neuroethology of Electrocommunication: Senders, Receivers, and Everything in between: Bruce Carlson