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Doryteuthis pleii (arrow squid; slender inshore squid)

Wikipedia Abstract

Doryteuthis plei, also known as the slender inshore squid or arrow squid, is a medium-sized squid belonging to the family Loliginidae. It occurs abundantly in coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean, from Argentina northward to North Carolina.
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Prey / Diet

Abudefduf taurus (Pilotfish)[1]
Adeinia xenica <Unverified Name>[2]
Alpheus armillatus (banded snapping shrimp)[1]
Alpheus cristulifrons (dotted snapping shrimp)[1]
Alpheus normanni (green snapping shrimp)[1]
Alpheus peasei (orangetail snapping shrimp)[1]
Anchoa hepsetus (Broad-striped anchovy)[1]
Coryphopterus glaucofraenum (Bridled Goby)[1]
Cyprinodon variegatus (sheepshead minnow)[2]
Domecia acanthophora (elkhorn coral crab)[1]
Entomacrodus nigricans (Pearl Blenny)[1]
Fundulus grandis (Gulf killifish)[2]
Fundulus similis (Longnose killifish)[2]
Fundulus xenicus (Diamond killifish)[1]
Gambusia affinis (Live-bearing tooth-carp)[2]
Garthiope barbadensis (prickly mud crab)[1]
Gnatholepis thompsoni (Goldspot Goby)[1]
Halichoeres garnoti (Yellowhead wrasse)[1]
Harengula humeralis (Yellowbill sprat)[1]
Hexapanopeus caribbaeus (Caribbean mud crab)[1]
Leiostomus xanthurus (Spot croaker)[2]
Litopenaeus setiferus (white shrimp)[2]
Menidia beryllina (Waxen silverside)[2]
Micropanope nuttingi (beaded mud crab)[1]
Microphrys antillensis (lobed decorator crab)[1]
Microphrys bicornutus (speck-claw decorator crab)[1]
Microspathodon chrysurus (Yellowtail damselfish)[1]
Mithraculus cinctimanus (banded clinging crab)[1]
Mithraculus ruber[1]
Mithraculus sculptus (green clinging crab)[1]
Mithrax aculeatus[1]
Mithrax hemphilli[1]
Mithrax holderi[1]
Mithrax spinosissimus (channel clinging crab)[1]
Mithrax verrucosus (paved clinging crab)[1]
Pachycheles riisei (Riise porcelain crab)[1]
Pachygrapsus transversus (mottled shore crab)[1]
Paguristes cadenati (red reef hermit)[1]
Paguristes grayi (Gray's hermit crab)[1]
Paguristes tortugae (bandeye hermit)[1]
Palaemonetes pugio (daggerblade grass shrimp)[2]
Parablennius marmoreus (Seaweed blenny)[1]
Paraliomera dispar (black coral crab)[1]
Paraliomera longimana (longarm coral crab)[1]
Parapinnixa bouvieri[1]
Parapinnixa hendersoni[1]
Periclimenes pedersoni (Pederson cleaner shrimp)[1]
Petrolisthes galathinus (banded porcelain crab)[1]
Petrolisthes jugosus (redwhite porcelain crab)[1]
Pilumnus diomedeae[1]
Pilumnus gemmatus (tuberculate hairy crab)[1]
Pilumnus holosericus (roseate hairy crab)[1]
Pilumnus lacteus (velvet hairy crab)[1]
Pilumnus longleyi (studded hairy crab)[1]
Pilumnus marshi (quadrate hairy crab)[1]
Pilumnus pannosus (beaded hairy crab)[1]
Pilumnus reticulatus[1]
Pilumnus sayi (spineback hairy crab)[1]
Poecilia latipinna (Sailfin molly)[2]
Stenorhynchus seticornis (yellowline arrow crab)[1]
Synalpheus brevicarpus (Short-clawed sponge shrimp)[1]
Synalpheus longicarpus (Longclawed sponge shrimp)[1]

Predators

Aetobatus narinari (White-spotted eagle ray)[1]
Arctocephalus australis (South American Fur Seal)[2]
Arctocephalus gazella (Antarctic Fur Seal)[2]
Bathynomus giganteus (Giant deep-sea roach)[1]
Caranx ruber (Bar jack)[1]
Delphinus delphis (Short-beaked Saddleback Dolphin)[1]
Echeneis naucrates (White tailed remore)[1]
Epinephelus striatus (White grouper)[1]
Euthynnus alletteratus (Little tunny)[2]
Feresa attenuata (Pygmy Killer Whale)[2]
Fulmarus glacialoides (Southern Fulmar)[3]
Gadus morhua (rock cod)[1]
Ginglymostoma cirratum (Sand shark)[1]
Heteropriacanthus cruentatus (Rock bullseye)[1]
Lutjanus campechanus (Red snapper)[1]
Lutjanus jocu (Snuggletooth snapper)[1]
Melanogrammus aeglefinus (Smokie)[1]
Merlangius merlangus (Whiting)[1]
Mycteroperca venenosa (Yellow-finned grouper)[1]
Ocyurus chrysurus (Yellowtail snapper)[1]
Orcinus orca (Killer Whale)[2]
Pollachius virens (Sillock)[1]
Pontoporia blainvillei (Franciscana)[2]
Priacanthus arenatus (Atlantic bigeye)[1]
Rachycentron canadum (Sergent fish)[1]
Scomber scombrus (Split)[1]
Seriola dumerili (Yellow tail)[1]
Sotalia fluviatilis (Tucuxi)[2]
Sphyraena picudilla (Southern sennet)[1]
Squalus acanthias (Common spiny)[1]
Stenella coeruleoalba (Striped Dolphin)[1]
Stenella frontalis (Atlantic Spotted Dolphin)[2]
Steno bredanensis (Rough-toothed Dolphin)[2]
Synodus intermedius (Sand diver)[1]
Trachurus trachurus (Scad)[1]
Trisopterus luscus (Whiting-pout)[1]
Tursiops truncatus (Bottlenosed Dolphin)[2]

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by
1Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
2CephBase - Cephalopod (Octopus, Squid, Cuttlefish and Nautilus) Database
3Evidence of food items used by Fulmarus glacialoides (Smith 1840) (Procellariiformes: Procellariidae) in Southern Brazil, Vanda Simone da Silva Fonseca, Maria Virgínia Petry, Polar Biol (2007) 30:317–320
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