Kate Rawlinson

Kate Rawlinson

Oct 06, 2016

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About This Project

The Acropora-eating flatworm is a destructive predator of Acropora corals in aquariums. This research aims to uncover some key questions on the life cycle of this polyclad flatworm in order to develop a scientifically-based protocol for its control.

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