Coral reproduction on the world’s southernmost reef at Lord Howe Island, Australia

@inproceedings{Baird2015CoralRO,
  title={Coral reproduction on the world’s southernmost reef at Lord Howe Island, Australia},
  author={Andrew H Baird and Vivian R. Cumbo and Sallyann Gudge and Sally A Keith and Jeffrey A. Maynard and Chun Hong Tan and Erika Woolsey},
  year={2015}
}
Despite a recent expansion in the geographic extent of coral reproductive research, there remain many regions in the Indo-Pacific where knowledge is limited. For example, Lord Howe Island is the southernmost reef system in the world (31° S); however, very little is known of the repro- ductive biology of the coral fauna. Here, aspects of the reproductive biology and the timing of repro- duction for 40 of the approximately 65 species that occur on Lord Howe Island are documented. In December 2010… CONTINUE READING

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