[Coral-List] Fwd: new reef species in the Philippines

Douglas Fenner douglasfennertassi at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 18:39:19 EDT 2015

More articles.   Cheers,  Doug

Why some corals swap partners.


Cunning R, Silverstein RN, Baker AC (2015) Investigating the causes and
consequences of symbiont shuffling in a multi-partner reef coral symbiosis
under environmental change. *Proc R Soc *B doi: 10.1098/rspb.2014.1725


Not open access.  See author address of following article.

Cunning R, Vaughan N, Gillette P, Capo T, Maté J, Baker AC (2015). Dynamic
regulation of partner abundance mediates response of reef coral symbioses
to environmental change. *Ecology *96, 1411-1420, doi: 10.1890/14-0449.1


not open access.  Note author's email address.

Silverstein RN, Cunning R, Baker AC (2015) Change in algal symbiont
communities after bleaching, not prior heat exposure, increases heat
tolerance of reef corals. *Global Change Biology *21, 236–249, doi:



Marine scientists discover 100 new species in Filipino "Easter egg hunt."


open access.  Beautiful photo of one.

Douglas Fenner
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