Neuston - aquatic ecosystem, Biology

Neuston - Aquatic Ecosystem

These are unattached organisms which live at the air-water interface such as floating plants and several types of animals. Some spend most of their lives on top of the air-water interface such as water striders, while other spend most 'of their time just beneath the air-water interface and obtain most of their food within the water, e.g., beetles and back-swimmers.

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