Behavioural modification of range-extending coral reef fishes in temperate ecosystems

Ericka Coni, David Booth, Camilo Ferreira & Ivan Nagelkerken
1. Coral-reef fishes are shifting their distributions poleward in response to human-mediated ocean warming, yet the consequences for recipient temperate fish communities remain poorly understood. Behavioural modification is often the first response of species to environmental change, but we know little about how this might shape the ongoing colonisation by tropical fishes of temperate-latitude ecosystems under climate change. 2. In a global hotspot of ocean warming (southeast Australia), we quantified 14 behavioural traits of invading...
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