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  Volume 69, Number 2, April 2015

Table of Contents


Biology and Impacts of Pacific Island Invasive Species. 11. Cinchona pubescens (Red Quinine Tree) (Rubiaceae)

pp. 133-153

Underwater Sound Measurements of a High-Speed Jet-Propelled Marine Craft: Implications for Large Whales

pp. 155-164

Limnological Characterization of the Largest Freshwater Lake in Remote Oceania (Lake Letas, Gaua Island, Vanuatu)

pp. 165-180

Food Webs and Feeding Habits on the Revillagigedo Islands, Mexico

pp. 181-195

Segregation in Diet between Black Noddy (Anous minutus) and Brown Noddy (A. stolidus) from the Southern Lagoon of New Caledonia

pp. 197-204

Avifauna from the Teouma Lapita Site, Efate Island, Vanuatu, Including a New Genus and Species of Megapode

pp. 205-254

Can Ornithophilous Hawaiian Lobeliads Produce Seeds in the Absence of Pollinators?: A Test Using Clermontia kakeana and Cyanea angustifolia (Campanulaceae)

pp. 255-261

Seasonal Changes in Species Composition of Glass Eels of the Genus Anguilla (Teleostei: Anguillidae) Recruiting to the Cagayan River, Luzon Island, the Philippines

pp. 263-270

Reptiles of Uman District Islands (Southeastern Chuuk Lagoon and Kuop Atoll), Federated States of Micronesia

pp. 271-279

Cryptapseudes leroyi, a New Species of Apseudomorphan Tanaidacean (Crustacea: Peracarida: Metapseudidae) from the Hawaiian Archipelago

pp. 281-294

Pacific Science Association: Association Affairs

pp. 295-297

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