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Representative invertebrates from the South Florida area were collected and their fecal pellets were studied. The shape, consistency, presence or absence of external and internal sculpture were observed, and cross-sections of the pellets were made where possible. Pellets of gastropod
and pelecypod mollusks were the main objects of study; some crustacean groups were also collected for study.
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