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Notomithrax ursus

Synonyms: Cancer ursus; Paramithrax cristatus; Paramithrax latreillei paramithrax

Wikipedia Abstract

Scyllarus arctus is a species of slipper lobster which lives in the Mediterranean Sea and eastern Atlantic Ocean. It is uncommon in British and Irish waters, but a number of English-language vernacular names have been applied, including small European locust lobster, lesser slipper lobster and broad lobster.
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Prey / Diet

Acanthochitona zelandica[1]
Acanthoclinus littoreus (Rockfish)[1]
Aulacomya maoriana[1]
Australostichopus mollis (brown sea cucumber)[1]
Bellapiscis medius (Twister)[1]
Buccinulum linea[1]
Cellana radians (golden limpet)[1]
Cyclograpsus lavauxi (smooth shore crab)[1]
Eatoniella olivacea[1]
Elamena producta[1]
Euidotea stricta[1]
Exosphaeroma chilensis[1]
Exosphaeroma obtusum[1]
Halicarcinus cookii[1]
Halicarcinus innominatus[1]
Halicarcinus varius[1]
Haliotis iris (paua)[1]
Hemigrapsus sexdentatus (common rock crab)[1]
Hymenosoma depressum[1]
Ischnochiton maorianus[1]
Ischyromene hirsuta[1]
Isocladus armatus[1]
Isocladus calcareus[1]
Jasus edwardsii (Southern rock lobster)[1]
Nereis falcaria[1]
Nihotunga noa[1]
Notomithrax peronii[1]
Notomithrax ursus[1]
Ophionereis fasciata (Mottled sand star)[1]
Ophiopteris papillosa (Brittlestar)[1]
Perinereis amblyodonta[1]
Perinereis nuntia[1]
Philanisus plebeius[1]
Pilumnus lumpinus[1]
Scutus breviculus (shield shell)[1]

Predators

Latridopsis forsteri (White bastard trumpeter)[2]
Notomithrax ursus[1]

Distribution

New Zealand(Native);

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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. 2Importance of trophic information, simplification and aggregation error in ecosystem models, S. J. Metcalf, J. M. Dambacher, A. J. Hobday, J. M. Lyle, Mar Ecol Prog Ser 360: 25–36, 2008
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