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Association Round Table 555 SWANBERG, NEIL R., Lamont-Doherty Geol. Observatory, Palisades, NY Interaction of Living Radiolarians and Their Environment Studies of living radiolarians in the field and in the laboratory reveal the extent of their trophic diversity. Solitary and colonial radiolarians feed opportunistically on a wide variety of prey organisms in nature, but respiration studies have shown that they can rely heavily on their symbiotic algae to provide the energy required for basaldoi:10.1306/03b5b53d-16d1-11d7-8645000102c1865d fatcat:a7jb5x4v2ne7vdfl4jh5kgocve