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2 to 457m, from southern Argentina to Continental Antarctica. Heterophoxus videns lives buried in soft sediments. It often occurs in dense groups.
Heterophoxus videns is a voracious predator and eats animals at the sediment surface such as settling larvae, small or young worms, other crustaceans, sponges and diatoms. It and other predatory under-surface crustaceans probably play a major role in the composition and size of polychaete populations. Its predators include Trematomus fish
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