Ecology

Associations

Known predators

Navicula (Navicula sp.) is prey of:
Argia vivida
Enallagma anna
Ophiogomphus severus
Baetis tricaudatus
Hyalella azteca
Hydropsyche occidentalis
Simulium argus
Tricorythodes minutes
Hydora nitida
Oligochaeta II
Amphipoda
Aphrophila noevaezelandiae
Austrosimulium australense
Helicopsyche albescens
Zelandoperla
Eukiefferiella
Coloburiscus humeralis
Aoteapsyche
Baraeoptera roria
Diamesid Blond
Oligochaeta I
Podaena
Scirtidae
Corynoneura
Tanytarsini II
Tanytarsini
Austraclima jollyae
Orthocladiinae
Cricotopus II
Maoridiamesea
Naonella
Polypedellum
Tanytarsini I
Hydrobiosella
Atalophlebioides cromwelli
Molophilus
Oxyethira albiceps
Orthoclad Blue Black
Potamopyrgus antipodarum
Chironomid type Polyped
Deleatidium
Pycnocentrodes
Olinga feredayi

Based on studies in:
USA: Idaho-Utah, Deep Creek (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Blackrock, Lee catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Broad, Lee catchment (River)
New Zealand: South Island, Canton Creek, Taieri River, Lee catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Dempster's Stream, Taieri River, 3 O'Clock catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, German, Kye Burn catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Healy Stream, Taieri River, Kye Burn catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Kye Burn (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Little Kye, Kye Burn catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Stony, Sutton catchment (River)
New Zealand: Otago, Sutton Stream, Taieri River, Sutton catchment (River)

This list may not be complete but is based on published studies.
  • D. G. Koslucher and G. W. Minshall, 1973. Food habits of some benthic invertebrates in a northern cool-desert stream (Deep Creek, Curlew Valley, Idaho-Utah). Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc. 92:441-452, from pp. 446-50.
  • Townsend, CR, Thompson, RM, McIntosh, AR, Kilroy, C, Edwards, ED, Scarsbrook, MR. 1998. Disturbance, resource supply and food-web architecture in streams. Ecology Letters 1:200-209.
  • Thompson, RM and Townsend, CR. 1999. The effect of seasonal variation on the community structure and food-web attributes of two streams: implications for food-web science. Oikos 87: 75-88.
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Molecular Biology

Statistics of barcoding coverage

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Specimen Records:82Public Records:20
Specimens with Sequences:77Public Species:9
Specimens with Barcodes:6Public BINs:5
Species:32         
Species With Barcodes:3         
          
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Barcode data: Navicula cf. perminuta

The following is a representative barcode sequence, the centroid of all available sequences for this species.


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Statistics of barcoding coverage: Navicula cf. perminuta

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLDS) Stats
Public Records: 2
Specimens with Barcodes: 2
Species With Barcodes: 1
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Barcode data

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Locations of barcode samples

Collection Sites: world map showing specimen collection locations for Navicula

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Wikipedia

Navicula

Navicula is a genus of boat-shaped algae — primarily aquatic, eukaryotic, photosynthetic organisms, ranging in size from a single cell.

Navicula is a diatom. The Navicula genus of diatoms comprises more than 10,000 species. Navicula is Latin for "small ship", and also a term in English for a boat-shaped incense-holder.[1]

Navicula play an important role in global ecology, producing about a quarter of all the oxygen within Earth's biosphere and serving as keystone species in the food chain of many environments where they provide a staple for the diets of many aquatic species.

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