Ecology

Associations

Known predators

invertebrate predators (larger invertebrate predators (e.g., chaetognaths and ctenophores)) is prey of:
bleak
Actinopterygii
Geococcyx californianus
invertebrate predators
Ctenophora
Chaetognatha

Based on studies in:
England, River Thames (River)
unknown (Marine, Pelagic)

This list may not be complete but is based on published studies.
  • K. H. Mann, Case history: The River Thames. In: River Ecology and Man (R. T. Oglesby, C. A. Carlson, J. A. McCann, Eds.), Academic Press, New York and London, pp. 215-232 (1972), from p. 224.
  • M. R. Landry, A review of important concepts in the trophic organization of pelagic ecosystems, Helgolander wiss. Meeresunters. 30:8-17, from p. 12 (1977).
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Known prey organisms

invertebrate predators (larger invertebrate predators (e.g., chaetognaths and ctenophores)) preys on:
ciliates and nauplii
Copepoda
Pseudocalanus
Calanus
invertebrate predators
Ctenophora
Chaetognatha

Based on studies in:
unknown (Marine, Pelagic)

This list may not be complete but is based on published studies.
  • M. R. Landry, A review of important concepts in the trophic organization of pelagic ecosystems, Helgolander wiss. Meeresunters. 30:8-17, from p. 12 (1977).
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