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Beach rock as a keystone habitat for amphibious sea snakes
The shorelines of coral islets are subject to strong anthropogenic pressure, being highly coveted for tourism. These landforms contain unique biotic assemblages but unfortunately are limited in size making them extremely vulnerable to perturbation. Robust information linking habitat structure and species requirements is urgently needed to promote and guide the conservation of these fragile areas. New Caledonia contains critical shore habitats for two species of amphibious sea snakes. Onedoi:10.1017/s0376892909005451 fatcat:fbnb7avwhvd5joalsxytrpngha