Publications

Gonçalves D, Félix AS and Oliveira RF. 2017. Neuroendocrinology of social behavior in teleost fish. In: Hormones Brain and Behavior, 3rd edition (Pfaff D, Joëls M, eds). Elsevier. Vol. 2, pp. 3-18pdf

Chen Q, Liu Y, Ho W-T, Chan SK, Li Q-h, Huang J-R 2016. Use of stable isotopes to understand food webs in Macao wetlands. Wetlands Ecology Management. DOI 10.1007/s11273-016-9502-2pdf

Cardoso S, Faustino A, Costa SS, Valério F, Gonçalves, D and Oliveira RF. 2016. Social network predicts loss of fertilizations in nesting males of a fish with alternative reproductive tactics. Acta Ethologica. DOI 10.1007/s10211-016-0249-9pdf

Vasconcelos, RO, Alderks, P and Sisneros, JA. 2016. The development of structure and sensitivity of the fish inner ear. In Sisneros, J. A. (Ed.) Fish Hearing and Bioacoustics: An anthology in honor of Arthur N. Popper and Richard R. Fay. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Vol. 877, 291-318, Springer Science + Business Media, New York.pdf

Vasconcelos, RO, Alderks, PW, Ramos, A, Fonseca, PJ, Amorim, MCP, and Sisneros, JA. 2015. Vocal differentiation parallels development of auditory saccular sensitivity in a highly soniferous fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 2864-2872. (Featured in Inside JEB – Toadfish hearing improves with age)pdf

Fagundes T, Simões M, Saraiva J, Ros A, Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2015. Birth date predicts alternative life history pathways in a fish with sequential reproductive tactics. Functional Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12465pdf

Amorim MCP, Vasconcelos, RO and Fonseca, PJ. 2015 Fish sounds and mate choice. In Ladich, F. (Ed.) Sound Communication in Fishes. Vol. 4, 1-33, Springer-Verlag, Wien.pdf

Gonçalves D, Costa SS, Magda T, Silva H, Inglês M and Oliveira RF. 2014. Oestradiol and prostaglandin F2α regulate sexual displays in females of a sex-role reversed fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 281: 20133070. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.3070.pdf

Cardoso S, Gonçalves D, Robalo J, Almada VC, Canário AVM and Oliveira RF. 2013. Efficient isolation of polymorphic microsatellites from high-throughput sequence data based on number of repeats. Marine Genomics S1874-7787.doi: 10.1016/j.margen.2013.04.002

Saraiva J, Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2013. Ecological modulation of reproductive behaviour in the peacock blenny: a mini-review. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 39: 85-89. DOI 10.1007/s10695-012-9658-5

Vasconcelos, R. O., Carriço, R., Ramos, A., Modesto, T., Fonseca, P. J., Amorim, M. C. P. (2012) Vocal behaviour predicts reproductive success in a teleost fish. Behavioral Ecology, 23: 375-383.pdf

Fagundes T, Simões MG, Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2012. Social cues in the expression of sequential alternative reproductive tactics in young males of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavo. Physiology and Behavior 107:283-291.

Araño Tagulao, K., Chan S.K., Ang, P.O., Wong, S., Kam, K. 2012. Macao’s mangroves. Macao, University of St. Joseph.

Dias ÁS, Fruh-Green GL, Bernasconi SM, Barriga FJAS and Seahma and Charles Darwin 167 cruise teams. 2011. Geochemistry and stable isotopes constraints on high-temperature activity from sediment cores of the Saldanha field. Marine Geology 279: 128–140.

Vasconcelos RO, Sisneros JA, Amorim MCP and Fonseca PJ. 2011. Auditory saccular sensitivity of the vocal Lusitanian toadfish: low frequency tuning allows acoustic communication throughout the year. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 197: 903-913.

Vasconcelos RO, Fonseca PJ, Amorim MCP, Ladich F. 2011. Representation of complex vocalizations in the Lusitanian toadfish auditory system: evidence of fine temporal, frequency and amplitude discrimination. Proceedings of Royal Society B 278: 826-834

Saraiva J, Gonçalves D, Simões M and Oliveira RF. 2011. Plasticity in reproductive behaviour in two populations of the peacock blenny. Behaviour 148: 1457-1472.

Saraiva J, Pignolo G, Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2011. Interpopulational variation of the mating system in the peacock blenny Salaria pavo. Acta Ethologica. DOI 10.1007/s10211-011-0104.

Dias Á S. et al 2010. Tracing fluid-rock reaction and hydrothermal circulation at the Saldanha hydrothermal field. Chemical Geology, 273(3-4): 168-179.

Vasconcelos RO, Simões JM, Almada VC, Fonseca PJ and Amorim MCP. 2010. Vocal behaviour during territorial intrusions in the Lusitanian toadfish: boatwhistles also function as territorial ‘keep-out’ signals. Ethology 116: 155-165.

Saraiva, J, Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2010. Environmental modulation of androgen levels and secondary sex characters in two populations of the peacock blenny Salaria pavo. Hormones and Behavior 57, 192-197.

Gonçalves D, Saraiva, J, Teles M, Teodósio R, Canário AVM and Oliveira RF. 2010. Brain aromatase mRNA expression in two populations of the peacock blenny Salaria pavo with divergent mating systems. Hormones and Behavior 57, 155-161.

Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2010. Hormones and sexual behavior of teleost fishes. In: Hormones and reproduction of vertebrates (D Norris, KH Lopez, eds). Academic Press. Vol. 1, pp. 119-147.

Amorim MCP, Vasconcelos RO and Parreira B. 2009. Variability in the sonic muscles of the Lusitanian toadfish (Halobatrachus didactylus): acoustic signals may reflect individual quality. Canadian Journal of Zoology 87: 718-725.

Chan Shek Kiu and Wu Qi-Gen. 2009. Common Chinese Medicinal Herbs of Macao (Volume 2), Guangzhou: Guangdong Science and Technology Press.

Barata, EN, Serrano R and Gonçalves D. 2009. Communication in blennies. In: The Biology of Blennies (RA Patzner, E Gonçalves, P Hastings and BG Kapoor, eds.). Science Publishers Inc

Dias, ÁS. 2008. Geochemistry of a sediment push-core from the Lucky Strike hydrothermal field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Chemical Geology, 247(3-4): 339-351.

Gonçalves D, Teles M, Alpedrinha J and Oliveira RF 2008. Brain and gonadal aromatase activity and steroid hormone levels in female and polymorphic males of the peacock blenny Salaria pavo. Hormones and Behavior 54, 717-725.

Vasconcelos RO and Ladich F. 2008. Development of vocalization, auditory sensitivity and acoustic communication in the Lusitanian toadfish Halobatrachus didactylus. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 502-509.

Amorim MCP and Vasconcelos RO. 2008. Variability in the mating calls of the Lusitanian toadfish Halobatrachus didactylus: potential cues for individual recognition. Journal of Fish Biology 72: 1355-1368.

Gonçalves D, Oliveira RF and Mcgregor PK. 2008. Communication and the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics. In: RF Oliveira, M Taborsky e HJ Brockmann (Eds.), “Alternative Reproductive Tactics: an integrative approach”. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Oliveira RF and Gonçalves D. 2008. Hormones and social behaviour of teleost fish. In: C. Magnhagen, V.A. Braithwaite, E. Forsgren & B.G. Kapoor (Eds.), “Fish behaviour”. Science Publishers Inc., Enfield, N.H.

Vasconcelos RO, Amorim MCP and Ladich F. 2007. Effects of ship noise on the detectability of communication signals in the in the Lusitanian toadfish. Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 2104-2112.

Fagundes T, Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF 2007. Female mate choice and mate search tactics in a sex role reversed population of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavo (Risso, 1810). Journal of Fish Biology 71, 77-89.

Gonçalves D, Alpedrinha J, Teles M and Oliveira RF. 2007. Endocrine control of sexual behavior in sneaker males of the peacock blenny Salaria pavo: effects of castration, aromatase inhibition, testosterone, and estradiol. Hormones and Behavior 51, 534-541.

Amorim, MCP, Vasconcelos, RO, Marques J and Almada F. 2006. Seasonal variation of sound production in the Lusitanian toadfish, Halobatrachus didactylus. Journal of Fish Biology 69: 1892-1899.

Dias Á S. and Barriga F. 2006. Mineralogy and geochemistry of hydrothermal sediments from the serpentinite-hosted Saldanha hydrothermal field (36834VN; 33826VW) at MAR. Marine Geology. 225, 157–175.

Oliveira RF, Ros AFH and Gonçalves D. 2005. Intra-sexual variation in male reproduction in teleost fish: a comparative approach. Hormones and Behavior 48, 430-439.

Dias ÁS and Barriga, F J A S, 2005. Mineralogical and geochemical hydrothermal evidences on sediments from the serpentinite-hosted Saldanha hydrothermal field. Mineral Deposit Research. 1: 603-606.

Gonçalves D, Matos M, Fagundes T and Oliveira RF. 2005. Bourgeois males of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavo, discriminate female mimics from females? Ethology 111, 559-572.

White E, Gonçalves D, Oliveira RF and Partridge JC. 2004. Vision and visual variation in the peacock blenny (Salaria pavo). Journal of Fish Biology 65, 227-250.

Gonçalves D and Oliveira RF. 2003. Time spent close to a sexual partner as a measure of female mate preference in the sex-role reversed blenny Salaria pavo (Risso). Acta Ethologica 6, 1-5.

Miranda J M, Silva P F, Lourenço N, Henry B, Costa R and Saldanha Team (Dias, Á S included) 2003. Study of the Saldanha massif (MAR, 36º34´N): Constrains from rock magnetic and geophysical data. Marine Geophysical Researches 23: 299–318.

Gonçalves D, Fagundes T and Oliveira RF. 2003. Field reproductive behaviour of sneaker males of the peacock blenny. Journal of Fish Biology 63, 528-532.

Gonçalves D, Oliveira RF, Körner K and Schlupp I. 2003. Intersexual copying by sneaker males of the peacock blenny. Animal Behaviour 65, 355-361.

Rollon R.N., Samson MS, Roleda MY, Araño KG, Vergara MWB and Licuanan WY. Estimating Biomass from the Cover of Gelidiella acerosa along the Coasts of Eastern Philippines. Botanica Marina 2003 46: 497-502.

Henriques M, Lourenço R, Almada F, Calado G, Gonçalves D, Guillemaud T, Cancela Ml and Almada V. 2002. A review on the status of Lepadogaster lepadogaster. Sympatric sub-species or a long misunderstood blend of species? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76, 327-338.

Gonçalves D, Barata EN, Oliveira RF and Canário AVM. 2002. The role of male visual and chemical cues on the activation of female courtship behaviour in the sex role reversed blenny, Salaria pavo. Journal of Fish Biology 61, 96-105.

Gonçalves D, Simões PC, Chumbinho AC, Correia MJ, Fagundes T and Oliveira RF. 2002. Fluctuating asymmetries and reproductive success in the peacock blenny. Journal of Fish Biology 60, 810-820.

Oliveira RF, Carneiro LA, Gonçalves D, Canário AVM and Grober M. 2001. 11-ketotestosterone inhibits the alternative mating tactic in sneaker males of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavo. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 58, 28-37.

Araño KG, Tron GC, Montano NE, Hurtado AQ and Villanueva RD. 2000. Growth agar yield and Quality of Selected Agarophytes species from the Philippines. Botanica Marina 43:517-524.

Gonçalves D, Oliveira RF, Körner K, Poschadel JR and Schlupp I. 2000. Using video playbacks to study visual communication in a marine fish, Salaria pavo. Animal Behaviour 60: 351-357.

Oliveira RF, Rosenthal GG, Schlupp I, Mcgregor PK, Cuthill I, Endler J, Fleishman L, Zeil J, Barata E, Burford F, Gonçalves D, Healey M, Jakobson S, Jennions M, Körner K, Lindstrom L, Peake T, Pilastro A, Pope D, Roberts S, Rowe C, Smith J and Waas J. 2000. Considerations on the use of video playbacks as visual stimuli: the Lisbon workshop consensus. Acta Ethologica 3: 61-65.

Gonçalves D, Gonçalves EJ, Almada VC and Almeida SP. 1998. Comparative behaviour of two species of Lepadogaster (Pisces: Gobiesocidae) living at different depths. Journal of Fish Biology 53, 447-450.

Gonçalves EJ, Almada VC, Almeida SP, Gonçalves D, Repas M and Simões FN. 1996. Observations on the agonistic behaviour of Lepadogaster lepadogaster purpurea (Pisces: Gobiesocidae). Journal of Fish Biology 49, 367-369.