Fish assemblage structures in an intertidal sand/mud area invaded by short seagrass Halophila ovalis and a nearby non-invaded sand/mud area in Trang Province, Thailand, were examined in detail by visual census to elucidate the effects of such habitat change on assemblage structure. The assemblage structure in the newly established seagrass bed showed a significant shift from that in the sand/mud area,...
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