Crane, ; Chase, and similar to some other large migratory fish species in the northwest Atlantic swordfish Xiphias gladius: The main prey items for all fish species studied were the calanoid copepods Eurytemora affinis, Temora longicornis, and Acartia spp.
Wiesenfeld and J. Here, we report the dietary composition of ABFT during autumn migrations to the Iceland Basin south of the continental shelf of Iceland.
Ontogenetic and seasonal variations in the feeding ecology of Indo-Pacific sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus Shaw, of the eastern Arabian Sea. Young, R. After spawning in the Gulf of Mexico and Mediterranean Sea in the spring, many ABFT migrate into the Atlantic Ocean for feeding heading along the continental coasts and into open waters.
Graphical analysis of predator feeding strategy and prey importance. Schoen, John F.
Indian Journal of Geo Marine Sciences 42 5: Google Scholar Krebs, C. Suseelan, San Francisco estuary watershed Science 8: Neither variable showed significant effect and the overall model only explained 2. The consequences of this pelagic to benthic diet shift warrants further investigation to understand its ecological relevance.
Fergusson, New knowledge of ABFT diets in previously understudied parts of the species range will be useful for understanding factors affecting the trophic role, migration behavior, and bioenergetics of ABFT.
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Linear and quantile relationships were often not significant for individual species 3 of 6 linear regressions, and 8 of 18 quantile regressions; Annexes 2, 3. Chancollon, J. Linear regressions were significant for flying squid, gonate squids and squarenose helmetfish.
Pitcher, U. Brodziak, S. Notes Acknowledgements We thank M. Google Scholar Horn, H. Then, we compare the relative contributions of benthic and pelagic pathways as determined from combined analysis of both carbon and sulphur stable isotopes to contribution determined using carbon stable isotopes alone.
Between-year variation in piscivore diets reflected differences in environmental conditions associated with variation in freshwater outflow.
But they do not discriminate benthic production directly supported by phytoplankton from benthic production recycled through detrital pathways.
Gannon, C. The area surveyed in this study is, however, dominated by pelagic fish species.Pelagic fish defined as the fish that spend most of their life swimming and feeding in the pelagic zone, as opposed to resting on or feeding off the bottom. Cluster analysis of diet species composition suggested three distinct forage fish communities: (i) in the northern GoA, multiple age-classes of coastal and shelf residents such as capelin, sand.
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