Data from: Patterns and persistence of larval retention and connectivity in a marine fish metapopulation

Pablo Saenz-Agudelo, Geoffrey P. Jones, Simon R. Thorrold & Serge Planes
Connectivity, the demographic linking of local populations through the dispersal of individuals, is one of the most poorly understood processes in population dynamics, yet has profound implications for conservation and harvest strategies. For marine species with pelagic larvae, direct estimation of connectivity remains logistically challenging and has mostly been limited to single snapshots in time. Here, we document seasonal and interannual patterns of larval dispersal in a metapopulation of the coral reef fish Amphiprion polymnus....
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