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Wim Hoogenboezem

ON THE FEEDING BIOLOGY OF BREAM (ABRAMIS BRAMA) by WIM HOOGENBOEZEM (Experimental Zoology Group, Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences (WIAS), Wageningen University, PO Box 338, 6700 AH Wageningen, The Netherlands and Netherlands Institute of Ecology, Center for Limnology, Rijksstraatweg 6

R.M.D. Somarathna and K.H.G.M. De Silva

found to be not significantly different. The quantitative dietary composition was also significantly different between some of the size classes of each species despite the high degrees of dietary overlap between these classes. KEY WORDS: Barbus, Cyprinidae, feeding biology, fish, Sri Lanka, stream

Walter D. Edgar

PREY AND FEEDING BEHAVIOUR OF ADULT FEMALES OF THE WOLF SPIDER PARDOSA AMENTATA (CLERCK) by WALTER D. EDGAR (Department of Biology, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) INTRODUCTION One of the most difficult aspects of studying the feeding biology of invertebrate carnivores is assessing


, Hemilepistus reaumuri (Audouin and Savigny, 1826) (Isopoda, Oniscidea) in Benghazi, Libya Zool. Anz 1991 226 97 104 Gantner P. The effects of crowding on terrestrial isopods Ecology 1984 65 438 445 Gere G. The examination of the feeding biology and the humificative function of Diplopoda and

G.R. Rad

-(Poikilolaimus-) Arten als Beitrag zu Rassenbildung und Parallelevolution bei Nematoden. Zoologische Jahrbücher (Systematik) 107, 287-343. WOOMBS, M. & LAYBOURN-PARRY, J. (1984). Feeding biology of Diplogasteritus nudicapitatus and Rhabditis curvicaudata (Nematoda) related to food concentration and temperature in sewage


3 66 Por F.D. An outline of the zoogeography of the Levant Zool. Scripta 1975 4 5 20 Ruckert F. Egel aus den Levante-Landern (Clitellata: Hirudinea) Senckenbergiana Biol 1985 66 135 152 Sawyer R.T. Leech biology and behaviour. Vol Oxford Univ. Press Oxford 1986 2 430 Feeding

Michael Stoltze

spe- cies, one is rather forced to read this section. On pp. 182-193 is an overview of the 76 plant communities and their associated butterflies. A section on larval feeding biology (15 pp.) discusses the natural food plants which are given numbers from 1 to 5 according to their importance. After each

Werner Himstedt, David Gower and Alexander Kupfer

; Manthey and Grossmann, 1997). It is well adapted to burrowing in loose soils (Smith, 1914; Taylor, 1965; Greene, 1983; pers. obs.). Given its phylogenetic position, anatomy, and behaviour, the diet and feeding biology of pipe snakes is of special interest in studies of the evolution of feeding on large

Akihiro Yoshikawa, Morihiko Tomatsuri and Akira Asakura

. J. (eds.), Invertebrates : 511 - 587 . ( Sinauer Associates , Sunderland, MA ). McLaughlin P. A. , 2015 . Crustaceans in mobile homes . In: Thiel M. Watling L. (eds.), Natural history of Crustacea: lifestyles and feeding biology : 145 - 162 . ( Oxford University Press , Oxford

James W. Moore

(fig. 3). These specimens measured 5 to 10 mm in March and 7 to 11 mm in December. All aspects of the feeding biology of P. affinis were identical to those described for site B. Collection site D was situated in a small bay in 5 to 8 m of water (fig .1). The substrate had an organic content of 4