Data from: A molecular gut content study of Themisto abyssorum (Amphipoda) from Arctic hydrothermal vent and cold seep systems

Bernt Rydland Olsen, Christofer Troedsson, Kenan Hadziavdic, Hans Tore Rapp & Rolf B. Pedersen
The use of DNA as a marker for prey inside the gut of predators has been instrumental in further understanding of known and unknown interactions. Molecular approaches are in particular useful in unavailable environments like the deep-sea. Trophic interactions in the deep-sea are difficult to observe in situ, correct deep-sea experimental laboratory conditions are difficult to obtain, animals rarely survive the sampling, or the study organisms feed during the sampling due to long hauls. Preliminary...
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