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Fig. 60. Maps of the locations of 4 channel nets (red squares) that were used to collect ingressing leptocephali and other larval fishes around Lee Stocking Island on the Great Bahama Bank (GBB) (A), the location of the study area in relation to the larger region of the GBB (B) and in a satellite image of the GBB that shows the deep water areas of Exuma Sound and the Tongue of the Ocean (TO) on either side of the study area (C); and plots of the catches of all species of leptocephali in the winter season (D) and of the family Ophichthidae in the summer season (E). (A) Adapted with permission from Marine Ecology Progress Series, Onshore transport of settlement-stage Nassau grouper Epinephelus striatus and other fishes in Exuma Sound, Bahamas. 98, 1993, 31–43. Shenker JM, Maddox ED, Wishinski E, Pearl A, Thorrold SR, Smith N. Figure 1. © 1993, Inter-Research.; (D) adapted with kind permission from Dr. Shenker and Springer Science + Business Media: Marine Biology, Larval supply of shorefishes to nursery habitats around Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas. II. Lunar and ocanographic influences. 118, 1994, 567–578. Thorrold SR, Shenker JM, Maddox ED, Mojica R, Wishinski E, Figure 2. © Springer-Verlag; (E) adapted with permission from Marine Ecology Progress Series, Temporal patterns in the larval supply of summer-recruiting reef fishes to Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas. 112, 1994, 75–86. Thorrold SR, Shenker JM, Mojica R, Maddox ED, Wishinski E. Figure 4. © 1994, Inter-Research.

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