Life history and feeding ecology of the dominant Arctic lysianassid amphipod Pseudalibrotus ( = Onisimus) litoralis from the inner continental shelf of the SW Beaufort Sea

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This study relates the feeding ecology of the dominant lysianassid amphipod Pseudalibrotus litoralis to its life history and its use of the under-ice substrate for a concentrated food supply and nursery ground early in the year.

Gut contents and fecal pellets in April consist primarily of crustacean parts, and in late May-early June, of diatom Cited by: Life history and population dynamics of the Arctic sympagic amphipods Onisimus nanseni Sars and O. glacialis Sars (Gammaridea: Lysianassidae) Arctic sea ice as feeding ground for amphi.

Life history of Onisimus caricus (Amphipoda: Lysianassoidea) in a high Arctic fjord. the only studies on Arctic amphipod life history traits with year-round O. litoralis is a dominant. Sep 22,  · Abstract. The two sympagic amphipod species Onisimus nanseni Sars and O.

glacialis Sars (Lysianassidae) are important constituents of the macrofaunal community in Arctic sea ice but little, as yet, is known about their autecology.

Description Life history and feeding ecology of the dominant Arctic lysianassid amphipod Pseudalibrotus ( = Onisimus) litoralis from the inner continental shelf of the SW Beaufort Sea EPUB

In this paper we provide a description of the life cycles and population dynamics of these two species that were sampled beneath the ice pack surrounding Cited by: Life history of an Arctic crustacean Onisimus caricus parameters of the population were estimated and compared to those of other amphipod species.

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For many areas, however, diversity and distribution of amphipods is inadequately known, which limits their use in ecological and ecotoxicological studies and. Dec 15,  · This study has provided an important contribution to our understanding of the population ecology of a common deep-sea lysianassoid amphipod.

Unfortunately, complete life-history data on deep-sea lysianassoids are still lacking and further research is necessary in order to better understand the contribution of these ubiquitous animals to the Cited by: 6.

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