Subtropical anemonefish Amphiprion latezonatus recorded in two additional host sea anemone species

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Scott, A., Rushworth, K.J.W., Dalton, S.J. et al. Subtropical anemonefish Amphiprion latezonatus recorded in two additional host sea anemone species. Mar Biodiv 46, 327–328 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-015-0390-0

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Keywords

  • Suitable Habitat
  • Ocean Circulation
  • Seawater Temperature
  • Breeding Pair
  • Range Shift