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Amphipod crustacean eating bryozoa

Amphipod crustacean eating bryozoa

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ALEXANDER SEMENOV / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ALEXANDER SEMENOV / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Amphipod crustacean eating bryozoa. Close-up of Acanthonotozoma inflatum (red) an amphipod found mainly in the North-West Atlantic ocean eating a bryozoa colony. Amphipods are small crustaceans that typically have a laterally flattened body and fourteen limbs. They form part of the zooplankton. Bryozoa are colonial animals that filter particles of food from the water with tiny tentacles.

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