Dominance of endemics in the reef fish assemblages of the Hawaiian Archipelago

Alan Friedlander, Mary Donovan, Edward DeMartini & Brian Bowen
Aim: Species ranges provide a valuable foundation for resolving biogeographic regions, evolutionary processes, and extinction risks. To inform conservation priorities, here we develop the first bioregionalization based on reef fish abundance of the Hawaiian Archipelago, which spans nearly 10° of latitude across 2,400 km, including 8 high volcanic islands in the populated main Hawaiian Islands (MHI), and 10 low islands (atolls, shoals, and islets) in the remote northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI).. Location: The Hawaiian Archipelago....
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