Adaptive effects of parental and developmental environments on offspring survival, growth, and phenotype

Daphne Cortese, Amélie Crespel, Suzanne Mills, Tommy Norin, Shaun Killen & Ricardo Beldade
Phenotypic adjustments to environmental variation are particularly relevant to cope with putative environmental mismatches often imposed by natal dispersal. We used an inter-generational cross-transplant field-based experiment to evaluate the morphological and physiological effects of parental and post-settlement water flow environments on the orange-fin anemonefish Amphiprion chrysopterus through ontogeny (at pre- and post-settlement stages). Offspring born from parents under high water flow had an 18% higher caudal fin aspect ratio (a compound measure of shape) at...
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