It goes up the night towards surface to nourish Phytoplancton and goes down again during the day towards deeper water. He thus escapes predatory and saves energy because the temperature is less high. This movement of the zooplancton is called daily vertical migration .
ClassificationAlmost all the junctions have planktonique species in a permanent way (Holoplancton) or species having one only one planktonique stage (Méroplancton).
- Spongiaires : ???
- Cnidaires : Jellyfish S
- Crustacean: Krill, Copépode, Zoe of Crabs, Zoe of Shrimp
- Molluscs: larva
- Echinodermatous: larva pluteus
- Worm S: ???
- Cténaire S: All the junction
- Tunicier S: Salpe S
- Vertebrate: Gamète S then Larva S of Poisson S
IdentificationThe zooplancton is easily différenciable Phytoplancton by more complex forms: presence of legs, antennas.
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