9 Works

Harmothoe imbricata MicroCT-scans for 3D reconstruction

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming...

Data from: Fear dynamically structures the ocean's pelagic zone

Samuel Urmy & Kelly Benoit-Bird
Fear of predation can have wide-ranging ecological effects.This is especially true in the ocean’s pelagic zone, the Earth’s largest habitat, where vertical gradients in light and primary productivity force numerous taxa to migrate vertically each night to feed at the surface while minimizing risk from visual predators. Despite its importance, and the fact that it is driven by spatial differences in perceived risk, diel vertical migration (DVM) is rarely considered within the “landscape of fear”...

Behavioral responses across a mosaic of ecosystem states restructure a sea otter-urchin trophic cascade

Joshua Smith, Joseph Tomoleoni, Michelle Staedler, Sophia Lyon, Jessica Fujii & Tim M. Tinker
Consumer and predator foraging behavior can impart profound trait-mediated constraints on community regulation that scale-up to influence the structure and stability of ecosystems. Here we demonstrate how the behavioral response of an apex predator to changes in prey behavior and condition can dramatically alter the role and relative contribution of top-down forcing, depending on the spatial organization of ecosystem states. In this study, a rapid and dramatic decline in the abundance of a meso-predator (Pycnopodia...

Video recordings of polynoid (Annelida) swimming and crawling

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming...

Pelagomacellicephala iliffei MicroCT-Scans for 3D reconstruction

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming...

Macellicephala longipalpa MicroCT-scans for 3d reconstruction

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming...

Branchipolynoe sp. MicroCT-Scans for 3D reconstruction

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming,...

Gesiella jameensis MicroCT-scans for 3D reconstruction

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming...

Drieschia sp. MicroCT-Scans for 3D reconstruction

Marc Christian Allentoft-Larsen, Brett C. Gonzalez, Joost Daniels, Kakani Katija, Karen Osborn & Katrine Worsaae
Annelids are predominantly found along the seafloor, but over time have colonised a vast diversity of habitats, such as the water column, where different modes of locomotion are necessary. Yet, little is known about their potential muscular adaptation to the continuously swimming required in the water column. The musculature and motility were examined for five scale worm species of Polynoidae (Aphroditiformia, Annelida) found in shallow waters, deep sea and caves that exhibit crawling, occasional swimming...

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  • 2021
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Affiliations

  • Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
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  • Smithsonian Institution
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  • University of Copenhagen
    7
  • United States Geological Survey
    1
  • University of California, Santa Cruz
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