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It’s a Fish Eat Fish World: Parasitism on Coral Reefs

As my previous blog posts have discussed, coral reefs are not only ecologically diverse but also diverse in the types of interactions expressed between individuals and communities. My first post explored some examples of mutualistic relationships on coral reefs while … Continue reading

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Remoras Galore: Commensalism on Coral Reefs

In my first blog post I explained that coral reefs provide us with some of the most complex and visually stunning ecosystems in the world. In environments as ecologically diverse as these, interesting symbiotic relationships are bound to occur. To … Continue reading

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Rainforests of the Sea: Mutualism on Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are home to some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. The intricate shapes and bright colors found on reefs can be reminiscent of the Dr. Seuss books that we all read as kids. They are also … Continue reading

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