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Diodon spec. (Diodontidae, Balistiformes) - Schwimmbewegungen

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Diodon spec. (Diodontidae, Balistiformes) - Schwimmbewegungen
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Diodon spec. (Diodontidae, Balistiformes) - Swimming Movements
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Max-Planck-Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie (Seewiesen)
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Film, 16 mm, 68 m ; SW, 6 1/2 min

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Igelfisch. Schwimmen durch Bewegung aller fünf Flossen (Bauchflossen fehlen). Hohe Beschleunigung durch Schläge der Schwanzflosse, die auch Steuerfunktion ausübt; Starten, Wenden, Bremsen, Schwimmen, Futtersuche; Nahrungsaufnahme vom Boden und aus dem freien Wasser.
Porcupinefish. Swimming through movement of all five fins (no pelvic fins). High acceleration through caudal fin which also serves for steering; starting, turning around, slowing down, swimming, searching food, eating from the ground and in open water.
Keywords Igelfisch Diodontidae Diodon spec. Schwimmen / Tetraodontiformes Nahrungsaufnahme / Pisces ingestion / Carnivora swimming / Tetraodontiformes Diodon spec. Diodontidae porcupinefish Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Pisces - Fische Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates pisces - fish biology

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