Trophic ecology of three dominant myctophid species in the northern California Current region

@inproceedings{Suntsov2008TrophicEO,
  title={Trophic ecology of three dominant myctophid species in the northern California Current region},
  author={Andrey V. Suntsov and Richard D Brodeur},
  year={2008}
}
The feeding ecology of 3 dominant sympatric myctophid species (Tarletonbeania crenu- laris, Diaphus theta, and Stenobrachius leucopsarus) in the northern California Current System was investigated based on samples collected in June, August, and September of 2006. All 3 species fed predominantly on Euphausia pacifica, the most abundant euphausiid off the central Oregon coast. In contrast, the same 3 lanternfishes showed marked variation in utilization of other principal food categories, and… CONTINUE READING

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