Internal vertebral morphology of bony fishes matches the mechanical demands of different environments.

Baxter, Dana.

Cohen, Karly E.

Donatelli, Cassandra M.

Tytell, Eric D.

2022

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  • Fishes have repeatedly evolved characteristic body shapes depending on how close they live to the substrate. Pelagic fishes live in open water and typically have narrow, streamlined body shapes; benthic and demersal fishes live close to the substrate; and demersal fishes often have deeper bodies. These shape differences are often associated with behavioral differences: pelagic fishes swim nearly ... read more
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  • Baxter, D., Cohen, K. E., Donatelli, C. M., & Tytell, E. D. (2022). Internal vertebral morphology of bony fishes matches the mechanical demands of different environments. Ecology and Evolution, 12(11), e9499. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9499
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