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We investigated the diel distribution and feeding habits of the mysid Neomysis mirabilis under seasonal sea ice in a subarctic lagoon of northern Japan. Although large individuals (>11 mm total length) were present in the eelgrass beds regardless of the time of day, smaller individuals only migrated to the eelgrass beds at night, possibly from shallower waters. Investigation of their stomach contents revealed that N. mirabilis is primarily dependent on eelgrass epiphytes as a food source, indoi:10.3354/ab00620 fatcat:vd4yy4ermvhx5hnyv7ibr5eawu