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Seems like the lake is being effected by the humans that live near the shore, that's a no brainier.

But the most interesting information presented in the study is how the petro and trophs interact with each other while feeding to maximize food intake.

I have notice this to some degree in my tanks. The petro seems to have a herding affect on the trophs. I hypothesize that with stronger lights and more algae growth I might see closer to lake activity. I'll keep you guys updated when I find out.

And if anyone with super high lighting and good algae growth keeping both petros and trophs report there findings that would be great.

Enjoy the read. It's one of the better articles.
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