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Coral's color decoded at University of Texas

Coral's color decoded at University of Texas
Biologists at the University of Texas have found that redder larvae of a species of staghorn coral are less likely than green larvae to settle down and develop into coral polyps, the first step in building a new colony. The study brings scientists a step closer to understanding the function of coral's fluorescent colors. Read more on the Statesman.com.
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Sunday, 18 April 2021

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