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Nematode feeding-types at the eulittoral of Lake Sakadaš (Kopački rit Nature Park, Croatia)

@inproceedings{Bogut2002NematodeFA,
  title={Nematode feeding-types at the eulittoral of Lake Sakada{\vs} (Kopa{\vc}ki rit Nature Park, Croatia)},
  author={Irella Bogut and J Asna Vidakovi and Josip Juraj Strossmayer},
  year={2002}
}
Bogut, I. & Vidakovi}, J.: Nematode feeding-types at the eulittoral of Lake Sakada{ (Kopa~ki rit Nature Park, Croatia). Nat. Croat., Vol. 11, No. 3, 321–340, 2002, Zagreb. A total of 45 nematode species was found at the investigated sites of the eulittoral of Lake Sakada{ during 1998: 12 deposit-feeders (bacterial feeders), six epistrate-feeders (algal feeders), eight chewers (predators/omnivorous), and 19 suction-feeders (plant feeders/omnivorous). Chewers were the major group of nematofauna… Expand

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