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SYNOPSIS. Studies on color patterns of fishes have focused on relationships between bright, relatively permanent colors, such as those of fishes inhabiting coral reef and tropical freshwater habitats, and ecological factors, such as competitors, predators, and the visual background. By comparison, the functions of, and hence the selective pressures acting on, temporary changes in nuptial coloration have received much less attention. Temporary color changes associated with reproduction occur indoi:10.1093/icb/38.1.70 fatcat:bacyhxlponfmtmdoiweogguydq