Odonatologica , Volume 35 - Issue 4 p. 395- 417
(16148) GARCIA-BERTHOU, E. & R. MORENO-AMICH, 2000. Food of introduced sunfish: ontogenetic diet shift and seasonal variation. J. Fish Biol. 57:29-40. – (Dept Cien. Abient. & Inst. Ecol. Aquat, Univ. Girona, ES-17071 Girona, Catalonia). Lepomis gibbosus introduced into Lake Banyoles (Spain) were predominantly littoral, but there was a tendency of large fish to use deeper zones. The diet was dominated by littoral macrobenthos, particularly amphipods. There was ontogenetic variation in the diet, with small young-of-the-year feeding on several littoral microcrustaceans, especially the cladocerans, whereas larger fish shifted to freshwater shrimps, snails and Zygoptera larvae (Pyrrhosoma nymphula was identified). (16149) KUMARA, H.N., M.E. SINGH, A.K. SHARMA, M.R. SINGH & M. ANANDA KUMAR, 2000. Faunal component in the diet of liontailed macaque. Primate Rep. 58:57-65. – (Second Author; Biopsychol. Lab., Univ. Mysore, Mysore-570 006, India). Macaca silenus is a habitat specialist, restricted to the climax rainforests of Western Ghats, India. It is primarily a frugivorous sp., but its diet also includes a variety of animals. On dragonflies it is feeding occasionally: head first and the body later. In addition to the wings, the legs are also sometimes rejected.
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