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Fig. 8 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 8

From: Circadian behaviour of Tectus (Trochus) niloticus in the southwest Pacific inferred from accelerometry

Fig. 8

The effect of size on T. niloticus activity. Measurements were taken for specimens from New Caledonia (a, c, e) or Vanuatu (parts b, d, f). Activities were determined for large specimens (grey diamonds) and small specimens (black diamonds) and summed for 30-min intervals over a 24-h period. Vertical bars, 95 % confidence interval. In New Caledonia, only three individuals were measured (two large and one small)

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