Ontogenetic changes in responses to settlement cues by Anemonefish

@article{Dixson2011OntogeneticCI,
  title={Ontogenetic changes in responses to settlement cues by Anemonefish},
  author={Danielle L. Dixson and Philip L Munday and Morgan S Pratchett and Geoffrey P. Jones},
  journal={Coral Reefs},
  year={2011},
  volume={30},
  pages={903-910}
}
Population connectivity for most marine species is dictated by dispersal during the pelagic larval stage. Although reef fish larvae are known to display behavioral adaptations that influence settlement site selection, little is known about the development of behavioral preferences throughout the larval phase. Whether larvae are attracted to the same sensory cues throughout their larval phase, or exhibit distinct ontogenetic shifts in sensory preference is unknown. Here, we demonstrate an… CONTINUE READING
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