Dutch Caribbean Species Register

Overview of the biodiversity of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius and Sint Maarten

Longfin Damselfish Stegastes diencaeus

Photo: Larry Morin

Classification

Stegastes [genus] (7)
diencaeus [species]

Classification

Stegastes [genus] (7)
diencaeus [species]

Presence

Recorded on
  • Bonaire
  • Saba Bank
  • Sint Eustatius
  • Presence status
  • Indigenous (1) - Bonaire
  • Indigenous (1) - Saba Bank
  • Indigenous (1) - Sint Eustatius

  • Publications

    • Beek, I.J.M. van, Meesters, E.H.W.G. 2013. Saba Bank research expedition 2011 - Progress report. 46 pp. IMARES, Wageningen UR.
    • Beek, I.J.M. van, Meesters, E.H.W.G. 2014. Saba Bank research expedition 2013 - Progress report. 45 pp. IMARES, Wageningen UR.
    • Brendle, A. 2010. Effects of the addition of Queen conch (Strombus gigas) shells as a refuge in reefs, mangroves, and sand flat communities. Physis 8: 10-15.
    • Davies, M, Piontek, S. 2017. The marine fishes of St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean. Marine Biodiversity 47: 27-35. [link]
    • Pattengill-Semmens, C.V. 2010. The reef fish assemblage of Bonaire Marine Park: an analysis of REEF Fish Survey Data. Proceedings 53rd Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 53: 591-605.
    • Sako, L. 2011. Are damselfish detrimental to Bonaire’s coral reefs? Physis 9: 50-56.
    • Thomas, M. 2009. A comparative study of benthic and coral reef fish communities on artificial versus natural reefs of Bonaire, N.A. Physis 6: 44-52.