Interspecific gamete compatibility and hybrid larval fitness in reef-building corals: Implications for coral reef restoration


Temporal Range: From 14-Nov-2016 To 24-Dec-2016

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This dataset was generated during a coral hybridization experiment in 2016. The dataset include fertilization rates, survival and settlement success of hybrid and purebred Acropora corals. Detailed descriptions of the materials and methods can be found in the paper: “Interspecific gamete compatibility and hybrid larval fitness in reef-building corals: Implications for coral reef restoration” in Scientific Reports.

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Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS). (2018). Interspecific gamete compatibility and hybrid larval fitness in reef-building corals: Implications for coral reef restoration, https://apps.aims.gov.au/metadata/view/69f17afe-378b-41a2-8c90-5fff3318898c, accessed 24-Sep-2020.