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Relative predation risk for fishes along a subtropical mangrove–seagrass ecotone

ABSTRACT: Many fishes shelter in mangrove habitats by day and forage mostly in seagrass beds by night. This pattern of diel habitat use has been attributed to a predator avoidance strategy, whereby predation risk is reduced by alternating between the cover afforded by prop-roots during the day... Full description

1st Person: Hammerschlag, Neil
Additional Persons: Morgan, Annie B.; Serafy, Joseph E.
Source: in Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol. 401 (2010), p. 259-267
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2010
Keywords: Predators
Edge effects
Proximity gradient
Shark
Snapper
Porgy
Grunt
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