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Ontogenetic diet changes may explain migration patterns of grunts and snappers that use mangroves and seagrass bed as nurseries in a Caribbean bay
Cocheret de la Morinière, E.; Pollux, B.A.; Nagelkerken, I.; van der Velde, G. (2002). Ontogenetic diet changes may explain migration patterns of grunts and snappers that use mangroves and seagrass bed as nurseries in a Caribbean bay, in: Cocheret de la Morinière, E. Post-settlement life cycle migrations of reef fish in the mangrove-seagrass-coral reef continuum. pp. 67-92
In: Cocheret de la Morinière, E. (2002). Post-settlement life cycle migrations of reef fish in the mangrove-seagrass-coral reef continuum. PhD Thesis. Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen: Amsterdam. 168 pp., more

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Document type: Dissertation

Keywords
    Coral reefs; Diets; Isotopes; Life cycle; Mangroves; Migrations; Nursery grounds; Ontogeny; Predation; Reef fish; Stomach content; Trophic levels; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Cocheret de la Morinière, E.
  • Pollux, B.A.
  • Nagelkerken, I.
  • van der Velde, G., more

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