Invited book chapters

Siebeck UE (in press). Vision and Colours of damselfish, in “The Biology of Damselfishes" (eds Parmentier E and F. Bruno) CRC Press, scheduled for Mar 2016.

Siebeck UE (accepted). Vision and Colours of parrotfishes, in “The Biology and Ecology of Parrotfishes" (eds AS Hoey, DR Bellwood, R Bonaldo) to be published by CRC Press in their Fish Biology Series, scheduled for Mar 2016.

Siebeck UE (2014) Communication in the ultraviolet: the secret language of fish. In: Bio-communication of animals (ed. Witzani G) Springer, Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-007-7413-1 (Print) 978-94-007-7414-8 (Online) pp299-320

Marshall NJ, Vorobyev M and UE Siebeck (2006): What does a reef fish see when it sees a reef fish? In: Fish Communication (eds.: Kapoor BG, Ladich F, Collin SP and WG Raschi) Science Publisher, Inc, Enfield New Hampshire, USA.

Siebeck UE, Losey G and NJ Marshall (2006): UV communication in fish. In: Fish Communication (eds.: Kapoor BG, Ladich F, Collin SP and WG Raschi) Science Publisher, Inc, Enfield New Hampshire, USA

Invited journal articles

Siebeck UE, Braun C, O’Connor J and JM Leis (2015) Do human activities influence survival and orientation abilities of larval fishes in the ocean? Integrative Zoology(Special issue) 10: 65-82

Siebeck UE, GM Wallis, Litherland L, Ganeshina O and M Vorobyev (2014) Spectral and spatial selectivity of luminance vision in reef fish. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 8:118 Special issue: what can simple brains tell us about how vision works? doi: 10.3389/fncir.2014.00118

Newport C, Wallis G and UE Siebeck (2014) Concept learning and the use of three common psychophysical paradigms in the archerfish (Toxotes chatareus). Frontiers in Neural Circuits 8:39 Special issue: what can simple brains tell us about how vision works? doi: 10.3389/fncir.2014.00039

Leis JM, Siebeck UE and DL Dixon (2011) How Nemo Finds Home: the Neuroecology of Marine Larval-fish Dispersal and Population Connectivity. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51: 826–843

Siebeck UE & NJ Marshall (2000): Transmission of ocular media in labrid fishes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society - London B 355, 1257-1261.

Journal articles

Leis JM, Siebeck UE, Hay AC, Paris CB, Chateau O and Wantiez L (2015) In situorientation of fish larvae can vary among regions. MEPS 537: 191-203.

Gagliano M, Depczynski M and UE Siebeck (2015) Facing the environment: onset and development of UV markings in young fish. Scientific reports 5:13193 | DOI: 10.1038/srep13193.

Eckes M, Dove S, Siebeck UE and AS Grutter (2015) Fish mucus versus parasitic gnathiid isopods as sources of energy and sunscreens for a cleaner fish. MEPS published online 30.5.2015 DOI 10.1007/s00338-015-1313-z.

Fabio Cortesi, Zuzana Musilová, Sara M Stieb, Nathan S Hart, Ulrike E Siebeck, Martin Malmstrøm, Ole K Tørresen, Sissel Jentoft, Karen L Cheney, N Justin Marshall, Karen L Carleton, Walter Salzburger (2015) Ancestral duplications and highly dynamic opsin gene evolution in percomorph fishes. PNAS 112: 1493-98.

Chivers DP, Ramasamy RA, McCormick MI, Watson SA, Siebeck UEand MCO Ferrari (2014) Temporal constraints on predation risk assessment in a changing world. Science of the Total Environment 500: 332-338.

Leis JM, Paris CB, Irisson JO, Yerman MN and Siebeck UE (2014) Orientation of fish larvae in situ that is consistent among locations and years, yet varies with time of day. MEPS 505:193-208.

Braun C, Michiels NK, Siebeck UE, D Sprenger (2014) Signalling function of long wavelength colours during agonistic male-male interactions in the wrasse Coris julisMEPS 504: 277-286.

Champ C, Wallis G, Vorobyev M, Siebeck UE and J Marshall (2014) Visual acuity in a species of coral reef fish, Rhinecanthus aculeatusBrain Behaviour and Evolution83(1): 31-42, DOI: 10.1159/000356977.

Newport C, Wallis G, Temple S and Siebeck UE(2013) Complex, context-dependent decision strategies of archerfish, Toxotes chatareusAnimal Behaviour 86: 1265-1274.

Zamzow J, Siebeck UE Eckes MJ and AS Grutter (2013) Ultraviolet-B wavelengths regulate changes in UV absorption of cleaner fish Labroides dimidiatus mucus. PlosOne8(10): e78527. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0078527

Hoffman C, Marshall NJ, Siebeck UE and K Carlton (2012) Opsin evolution in damselfish: convergence, reversal and rampant parallel evolution across tuning sites. Journal of Molecular Evolution 75:79-91. DOI 10.1007/s00239-012-9525-0

Van-Eyk SM, Siebeck UE, Champ CM, Marshall J and NS Hart (2011) Behavioural evidence for colour vision in an elasmobranch. The Journal of Experimental Biology214: 4186-4192.

Mills M, Rash R, Siebeck UE and SP Collin (2011) Exogenous material in the inner ear of the Port Jackson shark, Heterodontus portusjacksoni (Elasmobranchii). Anatomical Record- Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology 294: 373-378. DOI: 10.1002/ar.21338

Siebeck UE Parker A, Sprenger D, Mathger L and GM Wallis (2010) A species of reef fish that uses ultraviolet patterns for covert face recognition. Current Biology 20: 407-410. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2009

Evangelista C, Mills M, Siebeck UE and SP Collin (2010) A Comparison of the External Morphology of the Membranous Inner Ear in Elasmobranchs. Journal of Morphology471: 483-495.

Leiper I, Siebeck UE, Marshall, NJ and S Phinn (2009) Coral health monitoring – linking coral colour and remote sensing techniques. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing35:276-286.

Siebeck UE, Litherland L and G Wallis (2009) Shape learning and discrimination in reef fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 212:2113-2119.

Siebeck UE, Logan D and NJ Marshall (2008). CoralWatch – a flexible coral bleaching monitoring tool for you and your group. Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7-11 July 2008 - Coral Reefs.

Michiels NK, Anthes N, Hart NS, Herler J, Meixner AJ, Schleifenbaum F, Schulte G, Siebeck UE, Sprenger D and MF Wucherer (2008): Red fluorescence in reef fish: A novel signalling mechanism? BMC Ecology 8:16.

Siebeck UE, Wallis GM and L Litherland (2008): Colour vision in coral reef fish. The Journal of Experimental Biology 211, 254-260. Featured in the inside JEB section, awarded the cover page.

Wallis G, Siebeck UE, Swann K, Blanz V and HH Buelthoff (2008): The prototype effect revisited: Evidence for an abstract feature model of face recognition: Journal of Vision8(3): 20.

Eckes M, Siebeck UE, Dove S and A Grutter (2008) Ultraviolet sunscreen in reef fish mucus. MEPS 353, 203-211.

Siebeck UE and NJ Marshall (2007) Potential ultraviolet vision in pre-settlement larvae and settled reef fish - a comparison across 23 families. Vision Research 47, 2337-52.

Zamzow JP and UE Siebeck (2006). Ultraviolet absorbance of the mucus of Pomacentrus amboinensis (Pomacentridae): effects of fish size and time spent in captivity. Journal of Fish Biology 69, 1583–1594.

Siebeck UE, Marshall NJ, Klüter A and O Hoegh-Guldberg (2006). Fine scale monitoring of Coral Bleaching using a colour reference card. Coral Reefs 25 (3): 453-460.

Messing CG, Meyer DL, Siebeck UE, Jermiin LS, Vaney DI and GW Rouse (2006) A modern, soft-bottom shallow-water, tropical crinoid fauna (Echinodermata) from the Great Barrier Reef.Coral Reefs 25: 164–168.

Siebeck UE (2004). Communication in coral reef fishes – the role of ultraviolet colour patterns for the territorial behaviour of Pomacentrus amboinensis. Animal Behaviour68/2: 273-282.  

Mäthger LM, Land MF, Siebeck UE and NJ Marshall (2003): Rapid colour changes in multilayer reflecting stripes in the Paradise Whiptail, Pentapodus paradiseus. The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 3607-3613.

Siebeck UE, Collin SP, Ghoddusi M and NJ Marshall (2003): Occlusable corneas in toadfishes: light transmission, movement and ultrastructure of pigment during light- and dark-adaptation. The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 2177-2190. Awarded the cover page.

Siebeck UE and NJ Marshall (2001): Ocular media transmission of coral reef fish – Can coral reef fish see ultraviolet light? Vision Research 41/2, 133-149.

Troje NF and UE Siebeck (1998): Illumination-induced apparent shift in orientation of human Heads, Perception 27 (6): 671-680.