Complex habitats may not always benefit prey: linking visual field with reef fish behavior and distribution

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Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 2007, 329 pp. 225 - 238
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Habitat structural complexity is often considered beneficial for prey species because it reduces the foraging efficiency of predators. However, for site-attached, territorial prey, such as many damselfishes, structural complexity at specific scales may b
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