Resource partitioning among early colonizing Siganus luridus and native herbivorous fish in the Mediterranean: an integrated study based on gut-content analysis and stable isotope signatures

@article{Azzurro2007ResourcePA,
  title={Resource partitioning among early colonizing Siganus luridus and native herbivorous fish in the Mediterranean: an integrated study based on gut-content analysis and stable isotope signatures},
  author={E. Azzurro and E. Fanelli and E. Mostarda and M. Catra and F. Andaloro},
  journal={Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom},
  year={2007},
  volume={87},
  pages={991 - 998}
}
The present study attempts to give timely information on the resource partitioning between the lessepsian migrant Siganus luridus and two ecological native analogues, Sarpa salpa and Sparisoma cretense. Sampling was carried out in concomitance with the first record of Siganus luridus in Linosa and fish were caught simultaneously, allowing direct comparison of diets. Gut-contents analyses provided a snapshot of the feeding habits of the three species: Siganus luridus fed on 34 taxa of benthic… Expand
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