Is deemed to comprise the main behavioural reaction to the presence of the predator in D. pulex: thus, Chaoborus-induced specimens prefer shallower depths in comparison to control specimens [32, 33]. Chaoborus is an ambush predator, such that Daphnia is also expected to reduce its swimming speed, although in the case ofD. pulex this habit is displayed only by some clones [34?6] (LCW, unpublished o
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