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Reef Fishes Can Recognize Bleached Habitat During Settlement: Sea Anemone Bleaching Alters Anemonefish Host Selection

Southern Cross University
Dixson, Danielle L (Enriched by) Scott, Anna (Enriched by)
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This study highlights the potential deleterious indirect impacts of declining habitat quality during larval settlement in habitat specialists, which could be important in the field, given that bleaching events are becoming increasingly common.

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Data time period: 12 10 2014 to 24 10 2014

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