Chemical cue preference results for all anemone fishes testedAll data sets
Chief InvestigatorAnna Scott
FundersThis work was supported by funding from Georgia Institute of Technology, and Southern Cross University’s Marine Ecology Research Centre.
School or Research CentreNational Marine Science Centre
Lead Partner OrganisationSouthern Cross University
Other Partner OrganisationsGeorgia Institute of Technology
Anna Scott, National Marine Science Centre, School of Environment, Science and Engineering, Southern Cross University, PO Box 4321, Coffs Harbour, NSW, 2450, Australia. email@example.com
- chemical cues,
- climate change,
- coral reef,
DescriptionThis study highlights the potential deleterious indirect impacts of declining habitat quality during larval settlement in habitat specialists, which could be important in the field, given that bleaching events are becoming increasingly common.
Data Collection Start Date12-10-2014
Data Collection End Date24-10-2014
Creative Commons LicenseCreative Commons Attribution 4.0
Citation InformationScott, Anna and Dixson, Danielle L. (2016). Data from: Chemical cue preference results for all anemonefishes tested. Southern Cross University. http://dx.doi.org/10.4226/47/571f07121b012