Table A1 Phototransduction and eye development transcripts found in Spirobranchus corniculatus radiolar eyes Accession number Species for opsin sequence Apis mellifera AF004168 Bicyclus anynana AF484249 Camponotus abdominalis AF042788 Sepia officinalis AF000947 Drosophila melanogaster Rh1 AH001026 Drosophila melanogaster Rh2 M12896 Drosophila melanogaster Rh3 M17718 Drosophila melanogaster Rh4 AH001040 Drosophila melanogaster Rh5 U67905 Drosophila melanogaster Rh6 Z86118 Hemigrapsus sanguineus D50583 Limulus polyphenols (lateral eye) L03781 Limulus polyphemus (ocelli) L03782 Manduca sexta L78080 Mysis
diluviana DQ852591 Neogonodactylus oerstedii UV1 KJ127520.
Upon reaching mysis
I, larvae were individually counted and transferred to triplicate 200 L larviculture tanks.
longimanus outpaces Mysis
and fish predation (Bunnell et al.
Among the meroplankton, mollusk and crustacean larvae (nauplii, mysis
, zoea and phyllosoma) showed the highest abundances (Fig.
There are three stages of mysis
development during which shrimp grow from about 1/8 of an inch to 1/5 of an inch.
Fall diets of alewife, rainbow smelt, and slimy sculpin in the profundal zone of southern Lake Ontario during 1994-2005 with an emphasis on occurrence of Mysis
John Janssen, professor of fish ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, noted that although these deep reefs are always cold and see little light, their topography concentrates zooplankton that are either swept by currents across the rocky surfaces or migrate downward during the day, typical of zooplankton such as Mysis
, which would concentrate them on the reefs.
All Cirripedia, barnacles 2 All Mysidae Mysis
oculata Neomysis rayii Neomysis spp.
These cells migrate to a dorsolateral position in naupliar and zoeal stages, and gradually enter the genital ridge at the mysis
A generic key to the protozoean, mysis
, and postlarval stages of the littoral penaeidae of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico.
Previous studies in other penaeid species such as Litopenaeus setiferus, Litopenaeus vannamei, Penaeus monodon, and Farfantepenaeus paulensis demonstrated that digestive enzyme activity is very low in embryos before hatching, then increases during the late zoea and early mysis
Fish were fed two times daily with frozen Mysis
shrimp (Piscine Energetics, Canada) and maintained on a constant photo/thermal cycle (14L/10D at 26 [degrees]C) to initiate reproduction.