ichthyophagous


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ich·thy·oph·a·gous

 (ĭk′thē-ŏf′ə-gəs)
adj.
Feeding on fish.

ichthyophagous

(ˌɪkθɪˈɒfəɡəs)
adj
(Zoology) feeding on fish
ichthyophagy n
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is an ichthyophagous fish of the Amazon river basin, and a rich source of essential fatty acid: linolenic acid n-3 series and linoleic acid n-6.
In the ichthyophagous guild, the analysis of similarities (ANOSIM) showed significant differences between each species (R Global = 0.
Furthermore, otoliths can resist the passage through the digestive tract of ichthyophagous species because of their low degradability.
sierra is a carnivorous ichthyophagous predator in the coastal pelagic zone, consuming mainly species from the families Clupeidae and Engraulidae, and a lower proportion of cephalopods (squid).
Fish community resource partitioning shows that the components are organized in three guilds: ichthyophagous, carcinophagous and omnivorous.
The larger members of this group are definitively ichthyophagous (fish-eating) and eat the smaller pelagic species.