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Red Sea butterflyfish responds to changing coral cover

Research into changing Red Sea coral and its effects on the butterflyfish found increased feeding rates, aggressive encounters and territory sizes where there was lower coral cover, which could be an informative bio-indicator

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High street cleaners

The story of the cleaner fish provides an insight into complex interspecific behaviours and an early warning of the state of our coral reefs

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Coral reef resilience enhanced by adaptation qualities of fish

A study into coral reef resilience and the ability of specialist reef species to adapt has found that fish can change their feeding behaviour depending on habitat quality

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Monitoring endangered iguanas on protected island habitats

Research into endangered iguana species is underway on islands off the north coast of Honduras. Whilst island populations are better protected than their mainland counterparts, these populations may be threatened by the presence of other iguana species on the islands.

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Selling biodiversity: why we need marketing

Conservation campaigns need to engage with marketing principles to be effective

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Ants on figs

Mapping the fig wasp across three continents

A detailed picture of the biogeography and diversification of a key fig wasp subfamily is the result of research spanning three continents

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Trinidad survey shows higher adult survival rates for tropical birds

Trinidad survey shows higher adult survival rates for tropical birds than their temperate counterparts

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