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Título: Painted Goby Larvae under high-CO2 fail to recognize reef sounds
Autor: Castro, Joana M.
Amorim, Maria Clara Pessoa
Oliveira, Ana P.
Gonçalves, Emanuel João
Munday, Philip L.
Simpson, Stephen D.
Faria, Ana Margarida
Palavras-chave: Inexistente
Data: 2017
Editora: Public Library of Science
Citação: Plos One, 12, 1-16. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0170838
Resumo: Atmospheric CO2 levels have been increasing at an unprecedented rate due to anthropogenic activity. Consequently, ocean pCO2 is increasing and pH decreasing, affecting marine life, including fish. For many coastal marine fishes, selection of the adult habitat occurs at the end of the pelagic larval phase. Fish larvae use a range of sensory cues, including sound, for locating settlement habitat. This study tested the effect of elevated CO2 on the ability of settlement-stage temperate fish to use auditory cues from adult coastal reef habitats. Wild late larval stages of painted goby (Pomatoschistus pictus) were exposed to control pCO2 (532 μatm, pH 8.06) and high pCO2 (1503 μatm, pH 7.66) conditions, likely to occur in nearshore regions subjected to upwelling events by the end of the century, and tested in an auditory choice chamber for their preference or avoidance to nighttime reef recordings. Fish reared in control pCO2 conditions discriminated reef soundscapes and were attracted by reef recordings. This behaviour changed in fish reared in the high CO2 conditions, with settlement-stage larvae strongly avoiding reef recordings. This study provides evidence that ocean acidification might affect the auditory responses of larval stages of temperate reef fish species, with potentially significant impacts on their survival.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.12/5252
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0170838
ISSN: 1932-6203
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