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Madagascar rainforest

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Transcript of Madagascar rainforest

Abiotic factors
population of density
The canopy~ 70-90% of life in the rainforest live in the canopy

The forest floor~ a variety of plants live on the floor of the rainforest
communities

~the ring-tailed lemur~> the Verreaux's


Madagascar rainforest
biotic factors
population of organisms.
~Bamboo Lemur
~Duarf Lemur
~Mouse Lemur
~Red-fluffed Lemur
~Flying Fox
predators and prey
~ The fossa ~> Lemurs
limiting factors
~hurricanes
~pollution
~temperature
~deforestation
~ lemurs
~macaws
~Fruit bats
~tocans
~rocks
~dirt
~sunlight
~rainfall
~climate
~tenric ~> frogs
symbiotic relationships
commensalism~ the crocodile and the egyptian plover -the plover will pick out twigs and access food from the crocodiles teeth
mutualism~ Ecuador laurel tree
and the azteca ants- the tree gets
alot of water causing excess amount of syrup which the ants guard and protect
parasitism ~ a tick and a lemur
A tick will attach to a lemur
goliath trantula ~> birds
~The Indri ~> Fanaloka
Habitat and niche
Fossa-
Niche- to keep the lemurs population under control
Habitat- they are found solely in forested areas.
Organisms
Producers
pitcher plants
baobab trees
Didiereaceae
Consumers
mouse lemur
lepi lemur
dwarf lemur
Decomposers
slugs
bacteria
fungi
diagrams
food web food chain
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bibliography
http://traveltipd.usatoday.com/rainforest-madagascar-43243.html
http://burns1.wikispaces.com
http://www.wildmadagascar.com
Aye-Aye-
Niche- aye-ayes fill the niche of a woodpecker which are absent from Madagascar
Habitat - they live up in the trees of the rainforest
http://www.denverzoo.orgdownloads/dzoo_aye-aye.pdf
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