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Residence and movement of pygmy seahorses, Hippocampus bargibanti, on sea fans (Muricella spp.)

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This project was funded by the Australia and Pacific Science Foundation, with in-kind support from Project Seahorse. The Motupore Island Research Centre (MIRC) also acknowledges the diving support of the Loloata Island Resort.

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Baine, M.S.P., Barrows, A.P.W., Ganiga, G. et al. Residence and movement of pygmy seahorses, Hippocampus bargibanti, on sea fans (Muricella spp.). Coral Reefs 27, 421 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00338-007-0352-5

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Keywords

  • Colour
  • Time Series
  • Prefer Habitat
  • Threaten Species
  • Early Photograph