Effect of environmental change after the 2011 tsunami on the population dynamics of Japanese tubesnout Aulichthys japonicus (Gasterosteiformes)

Go Katayose & Takashi Asahida
The Japanese tubesnout Aulichthys japonicus Brevoort, 1862 is a small fish species, which lives in shallow coastal waters, especially in seagrass (Zostera spp.) beds. The fish is known for their unusual spawning behaviour of concealing their eggs in ascidians (Halocynthia roretzi). By studying the larval and juvenile fish fauna in a seagrass bed in southern Iwate, Japan since 2007, we observed that A. japonicus was a dominant species. On 11 March 2011, the seagrass bed...
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