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Florida Coral Reef Food Web

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Josh Leigh

on 11 February 2013

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Transcript of Florida Coral Reef Food Web

Food Web Nurse Shark
Ginglymostoma cirratum Spotted Eagle Ray
Aetobatus Narinari Moon Jelly
Aurelia aurita Mangrove Tunicate
Ecteinascidia turbinata Florida Spiny Lobster
Panulirus argus Banded coral shrimp
Stenopus hispidus Common Octopus
octopus vulgaris Sergeant Major
Abudefduf saxatilis Atlantic Wing Oyster
Pteria colymbus Florida Keys Coral Reef - Furry Cucumber
Astichopus multifidus Long-Spined Sea Urchin
Diadema antillarum Phytoplankton Pinecone Alga
Rhipocephalus phoenix Phytoplankton Large-Leaf Hanging Vine
Halimeda copiosa Detritus Leatherback Turtle
Dermochelys coriacea Red-tipped Sea Goddess
Glossodoris sedna Giant Barrel Sponge
Xestospongia muta Zooplankton Osprey
Pandion haliaetus Cuban Tree Frog (Invasive)
Osteopilus septentrionalis Diatoms Bottle-Nosed Dolphin
Tursiops truncatus Abiotic Factors Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Water
Sand
Temperature
Sunlight
Salinity
Depth
Water Movements
Cyanobacteria Annelidia Polychaeta Lancelet
Branchiostoma floridae Southern Stingray
Dasyatis americana Butterfly Fish
Chaetodon Melannotus Christmas Tree Worm
Spirobranchus Giganteus Coral Polyps
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