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The serective advantage of red coloration in the shell of Laqueus rubellus (a terebratulid brachiopod) was checked in terms of interactions of prey and predator. The study was based on comparison of benthic suspension feeders seen at about 130 m depth in Suruga Bay, Japan, with peculiar reference to their visibility under visible and near-infrared light conditions. Almost all species exhibited red coloration under visible light, while only the shell of Laqueus was dark under infrared light, similar to rocks and bioclasts. Provided the functional eyes of macropredators such as fishes and coleoids, which are specialized as for detect light in blue-to-green visible spectrum, and even the long-wavelength photoreceptors of malacosteids, Laqueusshould avoid both visible and infrared detection by predators living in the sublittoral bottom zone.

The aim of this study was to examine The the possible serective selective advantage of conferred by the red shell coloration in the shell of the benthic suspension feeder Laqueus rubellus (a terebratulid brachiopod) was checked in terms of interactions of prey and in predator–prey interactions. The functional eyes of macropredators such as fishes and coleoids are specialized for detecting light in the blue to green region of the visible spectrum, and predators like malacosteids have long-wavelength photoreceptors. Therefore, whether detection by such predators can be avoided depends on how well the prey can camouflage themselves under different light conditions. The study was based on comparison of We compared benthic suspension feeders seen found at a depth of about 130 m depth in Suruga Bay, Japan, with peculiar reference to focusing particularly on their visibility under visible and near-infrared light conditions. Our results showed that in visible light, Aalmost all species exhibited red coloration under visible light, while in infrared light, only the shell of only L.aqueus rubellus was is as dark under infrared light, similar to as rocks and bioclasts. Provided the functional eyes of macropredators such as fishes and coleoids, which are specialized as for detect light in blue-to-green visible spectrum, and even the long-wavelength photoreceptors of malacosteids, Laqueusshould avoid both visible and infrared detection This suggests that L. rubellus can escape detection by predators living in inhabiting the sublittoral bottom zone under both visible and infrared light conditions.

The serective advantage of red coloration in the shell of Laqueus rubellus (a terebratulid brachiopod) was checked in terms of interactions of prey and predator. The study was based on comparison of benthic suspension feeders seen at about 130 m depth in Suruga Bay, Japan, with peculiar reference to their visibility under visible and near-infrared light conditions. Almost all species exhibited red coloration under visible light, while only the shell of Laqueus was dark under infrared light, similar to rocks and bioclasts. Provided the functional eyes of macropredators such as fishes and coleoids, which are specialized as for detect light in blue-to-green visible spectrum, and even the long-wavelength photoreceptors of malacosteids, Laqueusshould avoid both visible and infrared detection by predators living in the sublittoral bottom zone.

We examined The the possible serective selective advantage of the red shell coloration in the shell of Laqueus rubellus (a terebratulid brachiopod) was checked in terms of interactions of prey and in predator–prey interactions. This The study involved awas based on comparison of benthic suspension feeders seen found at a depth of about 130 m depth in Suruga Bay, Japan, with particularpeculiar reference to their visibility under visible and near-infrared light conditions. Under visible light, Aalmost all species exhibited red coloration under visible light, while in infrared light, only the shell of only L.aqueus rubellus appearedwas as dark under infrared light, similar to as rocks and bioclasts . Provided Considering that the functional eyes of macropredators such as fishes and coleoids, which are specialized as for detecting light in the blue- to- green region of the visible spectrum, and even that predators like malacosteids have the long-wavelength photoreceptors of malacosteids, L.aqueus rubellus should avoid can escape detection both visible and infrared detection by predators living in inhabiting the sublittoral bottom zone under both visible and infrared light conditions.

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