Rosemary Steinberg

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Island endemic species are of particular conservation concern as they exhibit a range of vulnerable traits that greatly increases their risk of extinction (McKinney 1997). The wideband anemonefish, Amphiprion latezonatus, is endemic to a range of 4° of latitude (Rushworth et al. 2011) in the subtropical waters off the Eastern Australian coast, with(More)
Globally, marine species are under increasing pressure from human activities, including ocean warming, acidification, pollution, and overfishing. Species most vulnerable to these pressures tend to be ecological specialists that have low abundance and small distribution ranges (endemics). Marine endemics often exist as meta-populations distributed among few(More)
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