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Infographic on Monteverde Cloud Forest

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Imaan Rashid

on 29 October 2012

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Monteverde Cloud
Forest Costa Rica These organisms (orchids) latch onto other plants (non-parasitically) and derive nutrients from the air. Some plentiful organisms in the cloud forest would be EPIPHYTES . ROLES OF PRODUCERS & CONSUMERS PRODUCERS CONSUMERS - orchids
- trees
- tree ferns
- vines Primary Secondary Tertiary -eastern
-three toed
-butterflies -vampire bat
-resplendent quetzal
-bananaquit Quaternary -jaguar
-owls -mosquitoes
-shiny green
The producers provide food for primary consumers or herbivores that live in the cloud forest. The primary consumers eat the producers, helping the plant population stay under control. The secondary consumers eat the primary consumers, which keep the primary consumers from eating all the plant population. The tertiary consumers eat the secondary comsumers, which keeps the amphibian and insect population regulated. Too much of them could mean no more primary consumers to eat the plants. The quaternary consumers control the omnivores that are higher up on the food chain; the tertiary consumers. Omnivores eat both plants and animals, so it can be easy to disbalance the ecosystem if they are too plentiful. Tree ferns Eastern Cottontail Mosquito Producer Primary Consumer Secondary Consumer Tertiary Consumer Quaternary Consumer Owl
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