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FILAMENTOUS ALGAE AN ADDITIONAL FOOD FOR THE PREDATORY ANOSTRACAN BRANCHINECTA GIGAS

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ABSTRACT We observed Branchinecta gigas Lynch of a size known to feed by raptorial predation feeding on a clump of filamentous algae in the genus Spirogyra. A review of feeding in the Anostraca points to great diversity and suggests there is much yet to be learned.

10.1163/193724096X00586
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2017-10-17

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