-Peer-Reviewed Publications-

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17. Zaccone G, Lauriano ER, Silvestri G, Kenaley CP, Icardo JM, Pergolizzi S, Alesci A, Sengar M, Kuciel M, Gopesh A, 2015. Comparative neurochemical features of the innervation patterns of the gut of the basal actinopterygian, Lepisosteus oculatus, and the euteleost, Clarias batrachus. Acta Zoologica 96: 127—139.

16.Kenaley CP, *Stote A, Flammang BE. 2014. The morphological basis of labriform swimming in the bathypelagic fish Scopelogadus beanii (Teleostei: Beryciformes). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 461(2014):297—305

15. Kenaley CP, Devaney SC, *Fjeran TT. 2014. The complex evolutionary history of seeing red: molecular phylogeny and the evolution of an adaptive visual system in deep-sea dragonfishes (Stomiiformes:Stomiidae). Evolution 68(4):996—1013.

14. Stevenson DE, Kenaley CP. 2013. Revision of the manefish genera Caristius and Platyberyx (Teleostei: Percomorpha: Caristiidae), with descriptions of five new species. Copeia 2013(3):415—434.

13. Kenaley CP, 2012. Exploring feeding behavior in deep-sea dragonfishes (Teleostei: Stomiidae): jaw biomechanics and functional significance of a loosejaw. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106:224—240.

12. Pietsch TW, Kenaley CP. 2011. A new species of deep-sea Ceratioid anglerfish, genus Himantolophus (Lophiiformes: Himantolophidae), from southern waters of all three oceans of the world. Copeia, 2011(4):490—496.

11. Stevenson DE, Kenaley CP. 2011. Revision of the manefish genus Paracaristius (Teleostei: Percomorpha: Caristiidae), with descriptions of a new genus and three new species. Copeia 2011(3):385—399.

10. Kenaley CP. 2010. Comparative innervation of cephalic photophores of the loosejaw dragonfishes (Teleostei: Stomiiformes: Stomiidae): Evidence for parallel evolution of long-wave bioluminescence. Journal of Morphology 271(4):418—437 [Cover].

9. Kenaley CP. 2009. Revision of Indo-Pacific Species of the Loosejaw Dragonfish Genus Photostomias (Teleostei: Stomiidae: Malacosteinae). Copeia 2009(1):175—189

8. Stevenson DE, Kenaley CP, Raring N. 2009. First Records of rare mesopelagic fishes from the Gulf of Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist 90(1):24—34.

7. Hartel KE, Kenaley CP, Galbraith JK, Sutton TT. 2008. Additional records of deep-sea fishes from off greater New England. Northeastern Naturalist 15(3):317—334.

6. Kenaley CP. 2008. Diel vertical migration of the loosejaw dragonfishes (Stomiiformes: Stomiidae: Malacosteinae): a new analysis for rare pelagic taxa. Journal of Fish Biology 73(4):888—901.

5. Kenaley CP, Gomon MF. 2008. Family Stomiidae. In: Gomon MF, Bray D, Kuiter RH, editors. The Fishes of Australia's South Coast, Revised Edition. Sydney: New Holland Press.

4. Kenaley CP. 2007. Revision of the stoplight loosejaw genus Malacosteus (Teleostei: Stomiidae: Malacosteinae), with description of a new species from the temperate southern hemisphere and Indian Ocean. Copeia 2007(4):886—900.

3. Kenaley CP, Hamilton AN, Jr. 2006. Bathylaginae: deep-sea smelts In: Richards WJ, editor. Early Stages of Atlantic Fishes: An Identification Guide for the Western Central North Atlantic Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press. p 141—154.

2. Kenaley CP, Orr JW. 2006. Rouleina attrita (Osmeriformes: Alepocephalidae): new records for the eastern North Pacific and Bering Sea. Ichthyological Research 53(2):200—202.

1. Kenaley CP, Hartel KE. 2005. A revision of Atlantic species of Photostomias (Teleostei: Stomiidae: Malacosteinae), with a description of a new species. Ichthyological Research 52(3):251—263.

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