Habitat selection in whiting


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Given a choice of habitats in a laboratory experiment, whiting preferentially spent most time over sand, then gravel and least time over a habitat with emergent structures. The introduction of a predator stimulus increased the preference for the sand habitat for large whiting, whereas small whiting had an increased preference for the habitat with emergent structures.



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Atkinson, C. , Bergmann, M. and Kaiser, M. J. (2004): Habitat selection in whiting , Journal of Fish Biology,64793., 788 .


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