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Potential trophic importance of the faecal material of the mangrove sesarmine crab Sesarma

@inproceedings{S2006PotentialTI,
  title={Potential trophic importance of the faecal material of the mangrove sesarmine crab Sesarma},
  author={S. and Lee},
  year={2006}
}
  • S., Lee
  • Published 2006
  • The potential trophic importance of the sesarmlne crab Sesarrna Inessa Campbell in a northeastern Australian mangrove dominated by Rhizophora stylosa Griff. was evaluated by quantifying the rates of mangrove leaf litter consumption, the corresponding faecal production and assimilation efficiency of mangrove organic matter by the crab. S, messa seems to remove primarily carbon rather than nltrogen from the mangrove litter, as is reflected by the decrease in C but slight increase in N content of… CONTINUE READING
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