The incidence of Drupella corallivory in Hong Kong was observed to be higher following colder winters. A correlation between colder winter and increased corallivory could therefore be suggested, and a hypothesis that corals stressed by low temperature are preferred by corallivores was proposed. This study tested this hypothesis by investigating the effects of both low (14 °C) and...
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