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By Author: Dr Jeff Leis

A coral-reef fish with large, fast, conspicuous larvae and small, cryptic adults

In most coral reef fishes, larvae are tiny and transparent, and adults large and boldly coloured – but in one species, the opposite is true.

By: Dr Jeff Leis, Category: AMRI, Date: 08 Apr 2015

Which way home from the big blue?

It's a big blue ocean if you are only 10 mm long. New research shows how tiny larval reef fishes find their way around the ocean.

By: Dr Jeff Leis, Category: Science, Date: 27 Jun 2014

Why collect?

Every year, the question most commonly asked at the Australian Museum’s Open Day is: why do you need so many specimens in jars?

By: Dr Jeff Leis, Category: Science, Date: 26 May 2014