Inter-species variability in the consumption of algae by oligochaetes View Full Text


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1981-09

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James W. Moore

ABSTRACT

The importance of algae in the diet of the oligochaetesArcteonais lomondi, Uncinais uncinata andLimnodrilus claparedeianus was determined from May 1978 to April 1979 in two lakes located in northern Canada. The lakes were small (130–157 ha), shallow, (<15 m) and mesotrophic. During summer, algae accounted for up to 57–75% by volume of ingested matter inA. lomondi andU. uncinata depending on lake whereas in winter the corresponding range was 10–22%. Dominant algae found in the gut included the diatomsSurirella robusta, Diploneis puella, Amphora ovalis, Stephanodiscus astraea, Fragilaria construens andAchnanthes minutissima. Although the same taxa were ingested byL. claparedeianus, algae always represented <5% by volume of the gut contents. This possibly reflects subsurface feeding in an area where algae were rare. The length distribution of ingested diatoms, ranging from 9 to 250 μm, was similar regardless of species in both lakes. Hence, there was no partitioning of algal food resources among oligochaetes. More... »

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241-244

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