Patterns of seagrass biomass removal by two temperate Australian fishes (Monacanthidae)

CSIRO Publishing
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Marine And Freshwater Research, 2008, 59 (5), pp. 408 - 417
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Despite the global significance of nearshore seagrass beds, little is known of their trophodynamic processes. Herbivory by seagrass fishes is thought to be significant but some species previously suspected to be herbivores may be largely detritivorous. P
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