Ecology

Associations

Known predators

Tropocyclops prasinus (Trophic species 18) is prey of:
Notemigonus crysoleucas
Lepomis gibbosus
Notropis cornutus
Actinopterygii
Cyclops vernalis
Mesocyclops edax
Tropocyclops prasinus
Leptodora kindtii
Semotilus atromaculatus
Perca flavescens
Micropterus salmoides
Ambloplites rupestris
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
Notemigonus crysoleucus
Diacyclops thomasi
Epischura lacustris
Polyphemus pediculus
Monogonanta
Notonectidae
Umbra limi
Phoxinus eos
Phoxinus neogaeus
Chaoborus punctipennis
Orthocyclops modestus
Cyclops varians rubellus

Based on studies in:
USA: New York, Bridge Brook (Lake or pond)
USA: Wisconsin, Little Rock Lake (Lake or pond)
USA: Michigan, Tuesday Lake (Lake or pond)

This list may not be complete but is based on published studies.
  • Jonsson et al. 2005. Food webs, body size, and species abundance in ecological community description. Advances in Ecological Research 36:1-78.
  • Havens K (1992) Scale and structure in natural food webs. Science 257:1107–1109
  • Martinez ND (1991) Artifacts or attributes? Effects of resolution on the Little Rock Lake food web. Ecol Monogr 61:367–392
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Known prey organisms

Tropocyclops prasinus (Trophic species 18) preys on:
Cyclops vernalis
Mesocyclops edax
Tropocyclops prasinus
Leptodora kindtii
Copepoda
Diaptomus minutus
Bosmina longirostris
Kelicottia bostoniensis
Kelicottia longispina
Keratella cochlearis
Keratella crassa
Keratella taurocephala
Trichocerca multicrinis
Gastropus stylifer
Polyarthra euryptera
Polyarthra remata
Polyarthra vulgaris
Conochiloides dossuarius
Conochiloides unicornis
Colletheca mutabilis
Peridinium wisconsinense
Peridinium inconspicuum
Gymnodinium palustre
Eubosmina
Daphnia galeata mendotae
Daphnia parvula
Diaphanosoma birgei
Holopedium gibberum
Trichocerca cylindrica
Asplanchna
Gastropus
Synchaeta
Monogonanta
Alona affinis
Alona quadrangularis
Alona rustica
Alona intermedia
Alona excisa
Disparalona acutirostris
Chydorus
Acantholeberis curvirostris
Ophryoxus gracilis
Scapholeberis kingi
Sida crystallina
Macrocyclops albidus
Eucyclops serrulatus
Acanthocyclops
Microcyclops rubellus
Chroococcus
Gloeothece
Merismopedia
Aphanocapsa
Gomphosphaeria
Coelosphaerium
Rhabdoderma
Aphanothece
Arthrodesmus
Cosmarium
Crucigenia
Euastrum
Oocystis
Pediastrum
Quadrigula
Schroederia
Spondylosium
Staurastrum
Tetraedron
Ankistrodesmus
Xanthidium
Elakatothrix
Scenedesmus
Phacus
Trachelomonas
Chroomonas
Cryptomonas
Asterionella
Dinobryon
Mallomonas
Synedra
Synura
Tabellaria
Leptodiaptomus siciloides
Filinia longispina
Kellicottia
Ploesoma
Keratella testudo
Cyclops varians rubellus
Conochilus

Orthocyclops modestus
Diaptomus oregonensis
Gastropus hyptopus
Kellicottia bostoniensis
Kellicottia longispina

Based on studies in:
USA: New York, Bridge Brook (Lake or pond)
USA: Wisconsin, Little Rock Lake (Lake or pond)
USA: Michigan, Tuesday Lake (Lake or pond)

This list may not be complete but is based on published studies.
  • Jonsson et al. 2005. Food webs, body size, and species abundance in ecological community description. Advances in Ecological Research 36:1-78.
  • Havens K (1992) Scale and structure in natural food webs. Science 257:1107–1109
  • Martinez ND (1991) Artifacts or attributes? Effects of resolution on the Little Rock Lake food web. Ecol Monogr 61:367–392
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Molecular Biology and Genetics

Molecular Biology

Statistics of barcoding coverage: Tropocyclops prasinus

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLDS) Stats
Public Records: 0
Specimens with Barcodes: 12
Species With Barcodes: 1
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