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Tennysonia stellata from Cape of Good Hope, as illustrated by Busk, 1875. Kenozooids are open in this specimen. © A Waeschenbach and P Taylor
Bryozoans use their lophophores to filter feed and ingest small particles of organic matter, mostly phytoplankton.
They, themselves, provide food for certain fish species, nudibranchs and sea spiders.