Interspecific differences in prey items in relation to morphological characteristics among four lutjanid species (Lutjanus decussatus, L. fulviflamma, L. fulvus ... View Full Text


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2012-06-15

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Atsushi Nanami, Tamaki Shimose

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Clarifying interspecific differences in prey items in relation to morphological characteristics is a fundamental aspect to understand the mechanism enabling the diversity of feeding ecology of fishes. The aim of the present study was to clarify the relationship between prey items and body shape variation, teeth and mandible characteristics for four lutjanid species: Lutjanus decussatus, L. fulviflamma, L. fulvus and L. gibbus. Stomach contents analysis revealed that the main prey items of L. decussatus were fishes, L. fulviflamma were crabs and fishes, and L. fulvus and L. gibbus was crabs. Body shape analysis revealed that L. decussatus and L. fulviflamma had a shallower body depth whereas L. fulvus and L. gibbus had a deeper body depth. The two species with a shallower body had long teeth whereas the other two species with a deeper body depth had shorter teeth. The jaw-lever mechanics were compared and L. decussatus and L. fulviflamma have a faster mouth opening–closing mechanism. Canonical correspondence analysis revealed that fishes was the major prey item for the species having a shallower body depth, higher teeth length and lower ratios of in-lever to out-lever of mandibles, whereas crabs was the major prey item for the species having a deeper body depth, lower teeth length and higher ratios of in-lever to out-lever of mandibles. It is suggested that the interspecific differences in main prey items among the four species are directly related to behavioral differences based on body shape, teeth characteristics and jaw-lever mechanics. More... »

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