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Moving towards the equator: reverse range shifts in two subtropical reef fish species, Chromis nitida (Pomacentridae) and Pseudolabrus guentheri (Labridae)
Goatley, C.H.R.; Bellwood, D.R. (2014). Moving towards the equator: reverse range shifts in two subtropical reef fish species, Chromis nitida (Pomacentridae) and Pseudolabrus guentheri (Labridae). Marine Biodiversity Records 7: e12. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s1755267214000098
In: Marine Biodiversity Records. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. e-ISSN 1755-2672, more
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    Marine/Coastal

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  • Goatley, C.H.R.
  • Bellwood, D.R.

Abstract
    Two reef fish species, Pseudolabrus guentheri and Chromis nitida, traditionally restricted to the central and southern Great Barrier Reef (GBR) were observed in the northern GBR. This range extension is unusual as it runs contrary to the general expectations of poleward range shifts associated with climate change.

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