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Feeding habits of caprellids (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from the west coast of Mexico. Do they feed on their hosting substrates? [Article]
(Universidad de Granada, 2012)
We studied the gut contents of the dominant species of the West coast of Mexico to explore if caprellids can use their host substrates (mainly hydroids and gorgonians) as food resource or just as a place to cling on. Two ...
Spatio-temporal distribution of the Caprellidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) associated with the invasive seaweed Asparagopsis armata Harvey in the Southern Iberian Peninsula [Article]
(Universidad de Granada, 2013)
The caprellid fauna associated to Asparagopsis armata was studied in a spatio- temporal scale at the Southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Fourteen stations were selected for the spatial study along the axis ...
Distribution patterns of intertidal and shallow water caprellids associated with macroalgae along the Iberian Peninsula [Article]
(Universidad de Granada, 2011)
This study investigated the patterns of caprellids associated with macroalgae from the intertidal and shallow waters (0-5 m) of the Iberian Peninsula. Nineteen stations and 250 samples of algae demonstrated the presence ...
Spatial patterns and seasonal fluctuations of the intertidal Caprellidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from Tarifa Island, Southern Spain [Article]
(Universidad de Granada, 2009)
Tarifa Island is located in the Strait of Gibraltar, between the Mediterranean and Atlantic. The unique biogeographical position, together with the substrate heterogeneity and the protection degree resulting from its ...
Los crustáceos caprélidos: pequeños desconocidos del Parque Natural del Estrecho [Article]
(Fundación Migres, 2009)
Los caprélidos son pequeños crustáceos marinos con distribución mundial, presentes en todas las latitudes y a todas las profundidades. Aunque son fundamentales en las redes tróficas marinas y sirven de alimento a muchas ...
Vertical distribution of caprellids (Crustacea: Amphipoda) associated to hydroids, with the first record of Pseudoprotella inermis for Morocco [Article]
(Universidad de Granada, 2014)
The vertical distribution of caprellids associated to hydroids was studied from 5 to 30 m deep in Agadir, Morocco. The highest caprellid densities were measured between 5 and 10 m. Phtisica marina Slabber, 1769 and ...