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Synonyms for chaetognath

any worm of the Chaetognatha

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A possible Lower Cambrian chaetognath (arrow worm).
Chaetognath grasping spines recognized among Cambrian protoconodonts.
The "others" in this case were mostly bivalves, whereas the "others" for the co-occurring juvenile chum salmon were mostly chaetognaths.
Parasagitta elegans, the only identified chaetognath, occurred in more stomachs (47%) than any other prey taxon and in 58% of the stomachs from squid [greater than or equal to] 60 mm ML.
The chaetognath Parasagitta elegans was the third most abundant prey taxon and was consumed by more squid than any other taxon.
Other zooplankton components included euphausiids, chaetognaths, Limacina pteropods, and larvaceans.
Pelagic YOY fed on chaetognaths, hyperiid amphipods, calanoid copepoda, and ostracods, and benthic YOY had a varied diet of fishes and benthic crustaceans.
Invertebrates were also consumed, including mollusks, chaetognaths, nematodes, nemerteans, trematodes, polychaetes, and crustaceans.
2005) found several warm-water species of euphausiids, chaetognaths, and copepods in Oregon waters during the 1997-98 El Nino.
Some of the other factors that have been suggested to have at least some influence on rockfish recruitment include adult spawning biomass (Mason, 1998), increased predation by siphonophores and chaetognaths on larval stages during years of high sea temperature (Yoklavich et al.
Small red snapper (<60 mm SL) fed mostly on chaetognaths, copepods, shrimp, and squid.
0 mm SL, diets were dominated by shrimp, chaetognaths, squid, and copepods.
4 2 Chaetognaths 2 1 Larval and juvenile fishes 33 16 Invertebrate eggs 2 2 Chyme 5 2