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Name - Tetractenos hamiltoni

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Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) [metadata]

Reported Taxonomic Ranks


Reported Taxonomic Hierarchies

Animalia (Kingdom)
Chordata (Phylum)
Vertebrata (Subphylum)
Pisces (Group)
Osteichthyes (Group)


Recent Publications

  • Co-occurring secondary foundation species have distinct effects on the recruitment and survival of associated organisms.
  • Eating out: the Australian pufferfish Tetractenos hamiltoni lunges or blows water at prey situated above water level.
  • Waterbirds catch and release a poisonous fish at a mudflat in southeastern Australia.
  • Cleaning mutualism in an Australian estuary: silver batfish services fish clients at cleaning stations, with a summary of brackish water cleaners.
  • Weapons or deterrents? Nudibranch molluscs use distinct ecological modes of chemical defence against predators.

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