Biophysical Simulations Support Schooling Behavior of Fish Larvae Throughout Ontogeny
Schooling is very common in adult and juvenile fish, but has been rarely studied during the larval stage. Recent otolith micro-chemistry studies of coral reef fish have demonstrated that cohorts of larvae can move through similar paths and settle within a few meters one from another. However, little...
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