Swimming and defense - competing needs across ontogeny in armored fishes (Agonidae)

Matthew Kolmann, Cassandra Donatelli, Tessa Peixoto, Janne Pfeiffenberger & Adam Summers
Biological armors are potent model systems for understanding the complex series of competing demands on protective exoskeletons; after all, armored organisms are the product of millions of years of refined engineering under the harshest conditions. Fishes are no strangers to armor, with various types of armor plating common to the 400 million years of evolution in both jawed and jawless fishes. Here we focus on the poachers (Agonidae), a family of armored fishes native to...
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