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Interactions between bivalves and zooplankton: competition or intraguild predation? Implications for biomanipulation in subtropical shallow lakes

Soledad Marroni A , Néstor Mazzeo A , Juan Pablo Pacheco A , Juan Clemente A and Carlos Iglesias A B
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A Grupo de Ecología y Rehabilitación de Sistemas Acuáticos, Departamento de Ecología Teórica y Aplicada, Centro Universitario de la Región Este-Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de la República, Tacuarembó s/n, CP 20000, Maldonado, Uruguay.

B Corresponding author. Email: caif@cure.edu.uy

Marine and Freshwater Research 68(6) 1036-1043 https://doi.org/10.1071/MF15454
Submitted: 7 April 2015  Accepted: 10 June 2016   Published: 5 August 2016

Abstract

Zooplankton and bivalves are the main consumers of phytoplankton in shallow lakes; however, knowledge regarding trophic interactions between them is scarce. Competition for resources appears to be an obvious direct interaction, but the scheme may be more complex. Bivalves can consume all or only part of the zooplankton, constituting an intraguild predation module. In the present study we investigated the interaction between bivalves and zooplankton and its effects on phytoplankton grazing and community structure using an experimental approach in an aquarium. Two bivalve species were considered, namely Diplodon parallelopipedon (native) and Corbicula fluminea (non-native), in addition to a natural zooplankton community dominated by small-sized zooplankton. The findings indicate that phytoplankton consumption by the zooplankton is substantially less than that by the bivalves. Under the experimental conditions, the bivalves actively consumed small-sized zooplankton (rotifers and nauplii), but no consumption of medium-sized individuals (cladocerans and copepods) was observed. The differential consumption may have implications on the size and structure of zooplankton, favouring an average larger-sized community. Thus, phytoplankton may be negatively affected both directly by consumption and indirectly because of the resulting structure of the zooplankton community. The main results of the study are also discussed from the perspective of biomanipulation techniques in tropical and subtropical regions.

Additional keywords: experimental conditions, filtration rate, grazing, trophic interactions.


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