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Hello Steve,

 
What a great study! Thanks for sharing with us.

Holothuroids = fitness beasts that lift sand and debris as a daily workout, run their marathons, have their identifying features, and return home after their sport ;-)

In a next life I like to return as a seacucumber...

 
Thanks again, super stuff!

Cheers - Yves


 
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Sent:Fri 10-06-2016 01:31
Subject:article in MEPS - Movement and growth of holothuroids
Attachment:Purcell Piddocke Dalton & Wang 2016 - Movement and growth of Bohadschia argus and Thelenota ananas.pdf
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Dear colleague,

 

 
 

Please find the attached article published in Marine Ecology Progress Series:

 

 
 

Movement and growth of the coral reef holothuroids Bohadschia argus and Thelenota ananas

 

 
 

Within the text, a link is provided to download the Supplementary File, which has photos showing initial and recapture photos.

 

 
 

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Steve

 

 
 
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