BocasBiome

The gut microbiome stability of a butterflyfish is disrupted on severely degraded Caribbean reef habitats.

Welcome. This page provides a link to the website for our study on the intestinal microbiome of Bocas del Toro butterflyfish entitled The gut microbiome stability of a butterflyfish is disrupted on severely degraded Caribbean reef habitats..

To access the complete bioinformatic workflow & raw data use the buttons at the top of the page or visit https://bocasbiome.github.io/

SYNOPSIS


In this study, we

DETAILS

On this site you will find details on our reproducible bioinformatics workflow and how to access all data/data products. We also provide numerous data tables and figures including all tables and figures.

Use the Cite button above to access a BibTeX formatted bibliography for the references we used in this study.


Card photo entitled Chaetodon capistratus Linnaeus, 1758—foureye butterflyfish, 99.4 mm SL. by JT Williams. Retrieved from Wikimedia Commons and licenced under CC BY 2.5. Original source Williams, J. T et. al., (2010). Biodiversity Assessment of the Fishes of Saba Bank Atoll, Netherlands Antilles. PLoS ONE 5 (5): e10676.


Jarrod J Scott
Jarrod J Scott
Postdoctoral Fellow

I am interested in complexity, genomics, & natural history.

Laetitia GE Wilkins
Laetitia GE Wilkins
Postdoctoral Fellow

Interested in host-microbe interactions, their evolution, and their role in ecosystem function and stability.

Matthieu Leray
Matthieu Leray
Postdoctoral Fellow

Drivers, functions, and evolution of marine biodiversity.

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