Multispecies spawning sites for fishes on a low-latitude coral reef: spatial and temporal patterns.


Spawning sites used by one or more species were located by intensively searching nearshore coral reefs of Kimbe Bay (New Britain, Papua New Guinea). Once identified, the spawning sites were surveyed repeatedly within fixed 5 m radius circular areas, for  > 2000 h of observations ranging from before dawn to after dusk spanning 190 days between July 2001 and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jfb.12355


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