Samuel D. Payet

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Hybridisation is a significant evolutionary process that until recently was considered rare in the marine environment. A suture zone in the eastern Indian Ocean is home to numerous hybridising sister species, providing an ideal opportunity to determine how hybridisation affects speciation and biodiversity in coral reef fishes. At this location,(More)
Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA) in the Republic of Kiribati is one of the largest marine protected areas in the world (408,250 km 2). These reefs are extremely remote (Fig. 1a) and, therefore, escape many anthropo-genic impacts. While snorkelling in the shallow lagoon at Kanton Island (2°47′25″ S 171°42′48″ W) in September 2015, we came upon unusually(More)
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