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Différences De Régime Alimentaire Entre Deux Espèces Marines De Gammares Du Groupe Locusta (Amphipodes) 1)

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The two amphipod species, Gammarus crinicornis and G. subtypicus, occur frequently in mixed populations in eelgrass debris accumulated near the shore. In a series of experiments, animals of both species were offered a choice of leaves of Posidonia oceanica, in six different stages of decomposition. The differences in the choice have been determined by measuring the surface eaten of each of the six categories of eelgrass leaves. It is shown that the two amphipods tested have a clearly determined preference and that the two species have a different preference; the diet of G. subtypicus has a wider range than that of G. crinicornis.

Affiliations: 1: Université de Provence, Biologie animale, Centre de Saint-Jérome, Traverse de la Barasse, 13013 - Marseille, France


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