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Davison, W. (1988). The myotomal muscle of labriform swimming fish is not designed for high speed sustained swimming. New Zealand Natural Sciences 15: 37-42. Two species of labriform swimming fish, Pseudolabrus celidotus and P. fucicola were exercised in a swimming tunnel. Both species had similar modes of swimming, with the pectoral fins being used for propulsion at all speeds up to the maximum sustainable. Myotomal muscle was only used at the fastest speeds and this led to rapid fatigue.fatcat:3z5uvqw2mrfjvbw42iz464qqva