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Marine reserves demonstrate trophic interactions across habitats

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Oecologia (2005). DOI: 10.1007/s00442-005-0148-7

Figures 1 and 3 were inadvertently interchanged; their legends were not. These figures are given again here, each with its correct number and legend

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a Map of Hauraki Gulf and environs showing the location of the two reserves used in this study. b The insets show the reserve boundaries (dashed lines) and experimental sites (filled circles) at the two locations

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Proportion of dead Dosinia subrosea found at the experimental sites, within each reserve status, that exhibited marks consistent with predation by large lobster (Cracked), small lobster (Nibbled) or had no attributable marks (Ambiguous). Locations were pooled

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Correspondence to Timothy J. Langlois.

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Langlois, T.J., Anderson, M.J., Babcock, R.C. et al. Marine reserves demonstrate trophic interactions across habitats. Oecologia 147, 141–142 (2006) doi:10.1007/s00442-005-0237-7

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