Zooplankton eg krill jelly fish both mixotrophs eg

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Unformatted text preview: ilica, radial symmetry, one of most abundant phytoplankton out there) No: heterotrophs. Zooplankton (e.g. krill, jelly fish). Both: mixotrophs. (e.g. dinoflagellates, frequently bacteria as well) Nekton: typically larger than plankton. E.g. marine mammals, most fish, turtles, cephalopods, reptiles, etc. Epifauna: coral, sea urchins, etc. Infauna: worms Corals, sponge, molluscs. Nektobenthics: e.g. crustaceans Can move, but stay on floor. Closer to land and where it is shallower, there are many more benthic...
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