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Foodweb

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Kate Callaghan-Johnson

on 14 October 2012

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Transcript of Foodweb

Phytoplankton Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Producer Phytoplankton is plant plankton, so it uses
photosynthesis to feed. Phytoplankton is eaten by zooplankton, shrimps,
sea snails and sea stars. Zooplankton Decomposer? Yes
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Zooplankton feeds on phytoplankton, algae
and fecal matter Plant plankton will usually be found in water on a sunny day as they need it to feed. Zooplankton is usually eaten by small fish and shrimps. Zooplankton can deter their predators by changing their appearance. They can make themselves transparent and camoflauge. Seaweed Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Producer Seaweed is a plant, so it uses photosynthesis to feed Seaweed is eaten by seals, turtles, fish and humans. Many fish can camoflauge themselves among seaweed to get food. Mussels Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Mussels feed on all types of planktons. Mussels are eaten by snapper, kahawai, kingfish
and humans. Kina Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Kina feeds on seaweed and all types of
plankton. Kina is eaten by snapper, humans and crayfish. Kina are found in rock pools or shallow waters
where it warmer for them, they can't survive
in cold water as they don't adapt easy. Paddle Crabs Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Paddle crabs feed on seaweed and shellfish. Paddle crabs are eaten by snapper, stingrays and humans. They have little 'paddles' on their legs which helps them get away from predators faster. Pilchards Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Pilchards feed on planktonic crustateans such as
copepods and water-fleas, tiny prawns and
microscopic plankton. Pilchards are eaten by snapper, kahawai, kingfish and birds (seagulls, blue penguins). Grey Mullet Decomposer? Yes
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Grey mullet feeds on algae, seaweed and mud. Grey mullet is eaten by king mackeral, wahoo and
blue runner Kingfish Decomposer? Yes
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Kingfish feeds on pilchards, sprats and juvenile kahawai. Kingfish is eaten by sharks and humans. Snapper Decomposer? No
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Snapper eats mussels, cockles, kina, paddle crabs and pipi. Snapper is generally eaten by small sharks and humans. Kahawai Decomposer? Yes
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Kahawai eats pilchards, sprats and juvenile
kingfish Kingfish is eaten by kingfish, humans and
sharks. Humans Decomposer? Yes
Producer or Consumer? Consumer Humans are omnivores, eating meat and plants (and fungi) that are able to process through our digestive system. Humans are eaten by sharks (not often).
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