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Particle-Size Utilization in the Introduced Polychaete Neanthes succinea in San Francisco Bay
|Title:||Particle-Size Utilization in the Introduced Polychaete Neanthes succinea in San Francisco Bay|
|Authors:||Fong, Peter P.|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Fong PP. 1987. Particle-size utilization in the introduced polychaete Neanthes succinea in San Francisco Bay. Pac Sci 41: 37-43.|
|Abstract:||Particle-size utilization in the deposit-feeding polychaete Neanthes
succinea was examined. Gut analysis revealed that worms in San Francisco Bay
consumed a broad range of particle sizes (20-300mm diameter). Gut sediment
closely resembled size of surface sediment at the mouths of worm burrows
. indicating non-selective feeding. All size classes of worms consumed similar sized
particles. The flexibility in feeding modes and diet of nereids is discussed.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 41, Numbers 1-4, 1987|
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