Diet and morphology through ontogeny of the nonindigenous Mayan cichlid ‘Cichlasoma (Nandopsis)’ urophthalmus (Günther 1862) in southern Florida

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We evaluated diet and morphology through ontogeny for a freshwater population of the Mayan cichlid ‘Cichlasoma (Nandopsis)’ urophthalmus (Günther 1862) in Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve. This species is a generalist predator throughout ontogeny. Fish remained the primary prey item throughout ontogeny, but there was a shift from detritus and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10641-004-1480-1

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