Predation vulnerability of planktonic copepods: consequences of predator foraging strategies and prey sensory abilities

@inproceedings{Viitasalo1998PredationVO,
  title={Predation vulnerability of planktonic copepods: consequences of predator foraging strategies and prey sensory abilities},
  author={Markku Viitasalo and Thomas Ki{\o}rboe and Juha Flinkman and Lars Pedersen and A Willemien Visser},
  year={1998}
}
We investigated the vulnerability of 2 copepod species (Eurytemora affinis and Temora longicornis) to predation by predators with different foraging modes, three-spined stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatus juveniles and mysid shrimps Neomysis integer. Copepods were videofilmed escaping from predators and from an artificial flow field, and the results were used in a model of hydrodynamic disturbance generated by a predator The copepods detected mysids from a significantly larger distance than they… CONTINUE READING

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