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The Symbiotic Relationship Between a Silverfish and Army Ant
Transcript of The Symbiotic Relationship Between a Silverfish and Army Ant
The Silverfish and Army Ants symbiotic relationship is commensalism.
What advantages and disadvantages do they provide each other?
The Silverfish's advantages are it gets shelter, and gets a food source. The Army Ant is not affected by the silverfish eating its "leftovers."
Why Do They Live Together?
The Silverfish lives in the Army Ant's nest and eats the Army Ant's "leftovers."
What would happen if one of the buddies wasn't there?
Neither of the two species wold be affected.
By Joey Marra and Jackson Chalmers