|Gnathiphimedia mandibularis K.H. Barnard 1930, an Antarctic amphipod (Acanthonotozomatidae, Crustacea) feeding on bryozoa|Coleman, C.O. (1989). Gnathiphimedia mandibularis K.H. Barnard 1930, an Antarctic amphipod (Acanthonotozomatidae, Crustacea) feeding on bryozoa. Antarctic Science 1(4): 343-344. hdl.handle.net/10.1017/S0954102089000519
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Feeding; Gutting; Marine crustaceans; Stomach content; Bryozoa [WoRMS]; Crustacea [WoRMS]; Gnathiphimedia mandibularis K.H. Barnard, 1930 [WoRMS]; Antarctica [Marine Regions]; Marine
The family Acanthonotozomatidae is widely distributed, especially in the Antarctic Ocean. Although many acanthonotozomatids are very conspicuous (they are relatively large and often armoured with teeth on tergites and appendages) very little is known about their biology (Just 1978, Coleman 1989).