Order of arrival affects competition in two reef fishes.

  title={Order of arrival affects competition in two reef fishes.},
  author={Shane Wallace Geange and Adrian C Stier},
  volume={90 10},
Many communities experience repeated periods of colonization due to seasonally regenerating habitats or pulsed arrival of young-of-year. When an individual's persistence in a community depends upon the strength of competitive interactions, changes in the timing of arrival relative to the arrival of a competitor can modify competitive strength and, ultimately, establishment in the community. We investigated whether the strength of intracohort competitive interactions between recent settlers of… CONTINUE READING
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