Narrowed temperature adaptability in non-natal osmotic environments of two euryhaline wanderers, dace and black porgy: implications for seasonal habitat changes

@article{Nakamura2015NarrowedTA,
  title={Narrowed temperature adaptability in non-natal osmotic environments of two euryhaline wanderers, dace and black porgy: implications for seasonal habitat changes},
  author={Masahiro Nakamura and Reiji Masuda and Katsumi Tsukamoto and Tsuguo Otake},
  journal={Fisheries Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={82},
  pages={261-268}
}
Many euryhaline wanderer species exhibit seasonal habitat changes, and temperature is suggested to play a key role in this phenomenon. To examine this possibility, we tested the hypothesis that adaptable temperature ranges of euryhaline wanderers are narrower in a non-natal osmotic environment than in their natal osmotic environment using dace Tribolodon hakonensis, a freshwater born euryhaline fish, and black porgy Acanthopagrus schlegelii, a marine born euryhaline fish. In both species, all… CONTINUE READING

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