Can field distributions of marine predacious nematodes be explained by sediment constraints on their foraging success ?

@inproceedings{Gallucci2005CanFD,
  title={Can field distributions of marine predacious nematodes be explained by sediment constraints on their foraging success ?},
  author={Fabiane Gallucci and Maaike Steyaert and Tom Moens},
  year={2005}
}
Factors controlling field distributions of benthic infauna remain poorly understood. Enoploides longispiculosus is a prominent predacious nematode in sandy sediments of the North Sea and adjacent estuaries. This study assesses the distribution of E. longispiculosus and of prey nematodes in an intertidal flat (the Paulina) relative to variation in sediment… CONTINUE READING