Effects of the swimming crab Charybdis japonica on sea urchin Mesocentrotus nudus grazing: cage experiments in barren ground and land-based ... View Full Text


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2021-10-07

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Kousuke Yatsuya, Yukio Matsumoto

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To examine the effects of the crab Charybdis japonica (72–96 mm in carapace width) on the grazing behavior of the sea urchin Mesocentrotus nudus, cage experiments were conducted in a sea urchin-dominated barren ground and in land-based tanks. In the field, one crab consumed almost all 10 sea urchins (20–40 mm in test diameter: TD) given in an unescapable small-mesh cage within 4–15 days. In a coarse-mesh cage experiment where smaller sea urchins (< 31 mm in TD) could pass through the mesh, a crab prevented intrusion and grazing on kelp blades (100 g per cage), while 4–50 sea urchins intruded and grazed on kelp blades in the control cage (no crabs inside). In the laboratory, different-sized coarse-mesh cage experiments showed that one crab could repel sea urchins and protect kelp blades even in the largest cage (6 m2). Furthermore, a year-round feeding experiment (14 months) revealed that three crabs consumed sea urchins from May to December (> 12 °C in water temperature), and that predation rates varied among the crabs, ranging from 1653 to 4777 g (124 to 312 sea urchins) per crab per year. These results suggest the importance of C. japonica in the control of grazing by M. nudus. More... »

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817-826

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