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Since the wrasses live in large, mixed-species schools, the males are under extra pressure to not only attract a mate, but to make sure she’s of the correct species.
The rising and falling seas could act like a “species pump,” Tea explains, creating new fairy wrasse species and churning them out into the world every time the barrier dissolved.
“That is quite a bit of biodiversity,” says Tea, who notes that new fairy wrasse species are identified every year.
Fairy wrasses diverged from other wrasses about 12 million years ago in the Miocene Epoch, the researchers found.
Comparing DNA across species, the researchers reconstructed an evolutionary tree, showing how the dozens of fairy wrasse species are interrelated.
Common British species are the ballan-wrasse, the red wrasse, and the gibbous wrasse.
The wrasse brought from dangerous Syrtis is much more esteemed When fishing-boats founder!
The Wrasse has been retaken after a considerable period; therefore it is not dead.
Wrasse From Sicily brought to their table, alive in his own Sea water.