The reproductive biology of the scleractinian coral Plesiastrea versipora in Sydney Harbour, Australia

@inproceedings{Madsen2014TheRB,
  title={The reproductive biology of the scleractinian coral Plesiastrea versipora in Sydney Harbour, Australia},
  author={Alisha Madsen and Joshua S. Madin and Cynthia Tan and Andrew H Baird},
  year={2014}
}
The scleractinian coral Plesiastrea versipora occurs throughout most of the Indo-Pacific; however, the species is only abundant in temperate regions, including Sydney Harbour, in New South Wales, Australia, where it can be the dominant sessile organism over small spatial scales. Population genetics indicates that the Sydney Harbour population is highly isolated, suggesting long-term persistence will depend upon on the local production of recruits. To determine the potential role of sexual… CONTINUE READING

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