Behavioral patterns of Aplysia fasciata along the Mediterranean coast of Israel.

Abstract

Aplysia fasciata were observed in a number of environments. They were usually aggregated. Animals were occasionally buried in sand. Aplysia were less mobile and more deeply hidden when waves were strong. Aplysia swam only in a calm environment. A wide variety of seaweeds were eaten, but the most common food was Ulva lactuca. Food arousal and satiation occur… (More)

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@article{Susswein1984BehavioralPO, title={Behavioral patterns of Aplysia fasciata along the Mediterranean coast of Israel.}, author={Abraham J Susswein and S Gev and Yair Achituv and Sarit Markovich}, journal={Behavioral and neural biology}, year={1984}, volume={41 1}, pages={7-22} }