MOESM1 of A comparison of the larvivorous habits of exotic Poecilia reticulata and native Aplocheilus parvus

Additional file 1. Plate S1. Food items detected in the sampled clay quarry pit and reservoir a: Filamentous algae (×10); b: Detritus (×4); c: Plant part (×4); d: Copepod (×4); e: Insect leg (×4). Plate S2. Food items identified in the gut of A. parvus inhabiting the sampled clay quarry pit and reservoir—a: Coleopteran larvae (×4); b: Adult Coleopteran (×4); c: Part of a Coleopteran (×4); d:e:f: Hymenopterans (×4); g:h:Insect larval stages(x); i:Copepod. Plate S3. Food items detected in the sampled natural stream and man-made canal—a: Filamentous algae (×10); b: Detritus (×4); c: Eggs (×10). Plate S4. Food items identified in the gut of P. reticulata inhabiting the sampled man-made canal—Microscopic field consisted of filamentous algae and diatoms(×4).