Domestication via the commensal pathway in a fish-invertebrate mutualism

@article{Brooker2020DomesticationVT,
  title={Domestication via the commensal pathway in a fish-invertebrate mutualism},
  author={R. Brooker and J. M. Casey and Zara-Louise Cowan and Tiffany L Sih and D. Dixson and A. Manica and W. E. Feeney},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Domesticator-domesticate relationships are specialized mutualisms where one species provides multigenerational support to another in exchange for a resource or service, and through which both partners gain an advantage over individuals outside the relationship. While this ecological innovation has profoundly reshaped the world’s landscapes and biodiversity, the ecological circumstances that facilitate domestication remain uncertain. Here, we show that longfin damselfish (Stegastes diencaeus… Expand
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