Data from: Ocean acidification alters fish–jellyfish symbiosis

Ivan Nagelkerken, Kylie A. Pitt, Melchior D. Rutte & Robbert C. Geertsma
Symbiotic relationships are common in nature, and are important for individual fitness and sustaining species populations. Global change is rapidly altering environmental conditions, but, with the exception of coral–microalgae interactions, we know little of how this will affect symbiotic relationships. We here test how the effects of ocean acidification, from rising anthropogenic CO2 emissions, may alter symbiotic interactions between juvenile fish and their jellyfish hosts. Fishes treated with elevated seawater CO2 concentrations, as forecast for...
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