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Gastropods as Predators and Prey at Easter Island

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Title: Gastropods as Predators and Prey at Easter Island
Authors: Kohn, Alan J.
Issue Date: Jan 1978
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Kohn AJ. 1978. Gastropods as predators and prey at Easter Island. Pac Sci 32(1): 35-37.
Abstract: First observations are reported of predator-prey relationships
among gastropod mollusks of the depauperate, Indo-West Pacific derivative,
intertidal and shallow subtidal benthic fauna of Easter Island. Conus miliaris,
which will be reported in detail in a separate paper, and Pisania decapitata
englerli prey on polychaete annelids; Mitraflavocingulata preys on sipunculans;
and Neothais nesiotes preys on barnacles intertidally and gastropods subtidally.
Gastropods of at least three species are eaten by the most common Easter
Island starfish, Astrostole paschae.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science Volume 32, Number 1, 1978

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