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Food Web DEMO

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Oswaldo Holguin

on 9 March 2017

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Fish such as clown fish and blue tangs (like Nemo and Dory from the movie Finding Nemo) can coexist together in a coral reef.
Producers
Kelp
Phytoplankton
Seagrass
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Consumers
Jelly Fish
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Sea Sponges
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Algae
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The Silver
Drummer
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Barnacles
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Barnacles compete with each other for space on the object or organism that they are trying to attach to. Sometimes they pile on top of each other but then one of them cannot get the food and nutrients that they need.
One of the most well known examples 0f marine animal mutualism is the clown fish and the sea anemone. The clown fish is protected by the sea anemone and the anemone gets scraps that the clown fish brings to it.
Parasitic trematode worms are an example of a parasite because they get into the intestines of a fish and cause damage. The parasite is not harmed, 0nly the fish.
Round worms are parasites that get into the stomach of a fish and lay their eggs. When born, the larva burrow out of the stomach and into the guts and flesh of the host fish.
Clown Fish
Shrimp
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Barnacles attach themselves to turtles and other animals in the ocean where they can filter microscopic organisms from the water for food. This only benefits the barnacle.
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Remora Sharks
If the remora fish can catch it out of its anemone
Round worms and
Marine Worms
A marine worm
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A marine worm
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a round worm
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Remora Sharks have an adhesive disk on their heads that they can use to hitch a ride on larger animals. This really only benefits the shark.
Pilot Fish
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Sharks and pilot fish are an example of mutualism because the fish eat parasites and debris on the sharks which keeps the shark healthy while the fish in return get a free meal, and protection.
Crabs
Hag fishes
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Hagfishes are an example of a predator and marine worms and crustaceans are the prey. The hagfish uses its single tooth to bore into its prey's body and eat the flesh and intestines.
Skates
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Skates are another example of a predator and fish, crabs, lobsters, and octopuses are their prey.
Decomposers
Brittle Stars
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Eats the remains of whatever comes to it
Sea Slugs
Eats the remains of whatever comes to it
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Anemones
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Water animals (hydroids) and bowl animals (anemones) coexist together in coral reefs. They live together and share living tissue and food resources.
Brian Coral
Corals are plants, and they need sunlight. A lot of different corals live together and they compete with each other for sunlight that comes through the water.
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Vocabulary:
food web, food chain, autotrophs, heterotrophs, consumer, producer, decomposer, herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, trophic level, primary producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary consumer, photosynthesis

Explain what would would happen to the food web if a producer or primary consumer was to vanish from your ecosystem. What would be the affects of that lose? 5pts
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