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Figure S1–S2. Topographic complexities in the field and laboratory.

Figure S1. The difference between (A) live, healthy coral reef environment (topographically complex; containing numerous crevices and holes to hide in) and that of a (B) degraded, low complexity reef.

Figure S2. The three different topography treatments: 1) no topography, consisting of the basic tank design as described in the main text; 2) high structure but no visual barrier; 3) high structure and a visual barrier.

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