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Variability in trophic dominance of amphipods associated with the bryozoan Bugula neritina in Algeciras Bay



Variability in trophic dominance of amphipods associated with the bryozoan Bugula neritina in Algeciras Bay



Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii 42(4): 483-494, 1995 ( )



The trophic organization of the amphipod community associated with the bryozoan Bugula neritina L. was studied in Algeciras Bay (Southern Iberian Peninsula). A progressive alteration of the trophic groups from the outer to the inner sampled stations was observed. The outer stations, characterized by high hydrodynamism and low sedimentation, have a more equitable distribution of the different considered categories than the inner stations which have more sedimentation and lower hydrodynamism. Deposit-suspension feeders were the most frequent trophic category while the herbivores and the carnivores were less abundant. Epifaunal free-living species dominated at the outer stations whereas epifaunal domicolous species were abundant at the inner stations.

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