alexa Abstract | Studies on food and feeding habits of <i>Oratosquilla anomala</i> (Tweedie, 1935)(Crustacea: Stomatopoda) represented in the shrimp trawl net by-catches off Visakhapatnam, east coast of India

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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Oratosquilla anomala is a carnivore, feeding on fishes, crustaceans, cephalopods, plant material, polychaetes, molluscans, and echinoderms in the order of importance. The index of preponderance and index of relative importance was found to be higher during monsoon season as compared to other seasons. Nature of food does not vary with the length groups. There is no marked difference in food composition between males and females.

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Author(s): Rajendra Prasad D and Yedukondala Rao P


Oratosquilla anomala, Food and feeding, Index of preponderance, Index of relative importance

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