Association and Feeding Relationships Between Eogammarus confervicolus (Amphipoda, Gammaridae) and Benthic Algae on Sturgeon and Roberts Banks, Fraser River Estuary

@inproceedings{Pomeroy1980AssociationAF,
  title={Association and Feeding Relationships Between Eogammarus confervicolus (Amphipoda, Gammaridae) and Benthic Algae on Sturgeon and Roberts Banks, Fraser River Estuary},
  author={W. M. Pomeroy and Colin D. Levings},
  year={1980}
}
Field and laboratory studies of the feeding and association of the gammarid amphipod Eogammarus confervicolus with algae and vascular plant debris were conducted on jetties, marshes, and sandflats at the Fraser River Estuary. Associations with Prasiola meridionalis (alga), and debris from Carex lyngbyei (vascular plant) were statistically significant. Vascular plant debris was more widespread in winter (January) compared to a summer survey (August). Laboratory growth rates and survival varied… CONTINUE READING

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