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The food of some neritid prosobranch molluscs found at Mkomani Mombasa, Kenya
Abstract/OtherAbstract :
The findings are presented of a study conducted at Mkomani, Mombasa, investigating the Nerita species and their feeding habits. Algal food items found in the molluskan stomachs are listed. Nerita is believed to be a herbivorous gastropod feeding upon the algae off rocky shores.
Authors :
D'Souza, M.
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Publisher :  Mombasa: Kenya Marine Research Institute     Type :  Article - published     Format :  133978 bytes, application/pdf    
Date Detail :
2006-06-09, 2006-06-09, 1986-05
Subject :
Algae, Nerita, FOOD CHAINS, FOOD ORGANISMS, STOMACH CONTENT
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