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Figure 5 | Animal Biotelemetry

Figure 5

From: Movements and space use of giant trevally in coral reef habitats and the importance of environmental drivers

Figure 5

Example of six Caranx ignobilis vertical space use. Three C. ignobilis were monitored at Helix (a), Lodestone (b) and Wheeler (c) Reefs during spring (a, b, c) and autumn (d, e, f). Black dashed lines indicate activity space core area (50% vertical kernel utilisation distribution - vKUD), black lines indicate extent (95% vKUD), and grey “+” symbols represent receivers’ locations and depth along the reef.

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