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  Volume 65, Number 2, April 2011

Table of Contents


Floristic Composition and Natural History Characteristics of Dry Forests in the Pacific

pp. 127-141

Plant Dispersal, Introduced Species, and Vegetation Change in the South Pacific Kingdom of Tonga

pp. 143-156

Primary Succession along an Elevation Gradient 15 Years after the Eruption of Mount Pinatubo, Luzon, Philippines

pp. 157-173

Runoff, Sediment Transport, and Effects of Feral Pig (Sus scrofa) Exclusion in a Forested Hawaiian Watershed

pp. 175-194

Stream Nutrient Concentrations on the Windward Coast of Hawai‘i Island and Their Relationship to Watershed Characteristics

pp. 195-217

Chemical Ecology of Red Mangroves, Rhizophora mangle, in the Hawaiian Islands

pp. 219-234

Community Composition of Elasmobranch Fishes Utilizing Intertidal Sand Flats in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia

pp. 235-247

New Records of Commercially Valuable Black Corals (Cnidaria: Antipatharia) from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands at Mesophotic Depths

pp. 249-255

Newly Collected Specimens of the Sleeper Eleotris acanthopoma (Teleostei: Eleotridae) from French Polynesia Indicate a Wide and Panmictic Distribution in the West and South Pacific

pp. 257-264

Acanthurus nigros Günther, a Valid Species of Surgeonfish, Distinct from the Hawaiian A. nigroris Valenciennes

pp. 265-275

Reptiles of Fais Island, Yap State, Federated States of Micronesia

pp. 277-283

Pacific Science Association

pp. 285-287

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