Green – Decomposers. Wasps - Decomposers. Snakes - Consumers. Fruit Flies -
Decomposers. Mangrove Trees - Producers. Fungi - Decomposers. Grass - ...
grass is a producer because it (produces) its own food and gets energy from the
Grass is a producer because it can make its own food. But it also needs rain
water to grow strong and healthy.
In a food web nutrients are recycled in the end by decomposers. Animals ... eel
grass. List C: Herbivore. List D: Decomposer. Zooplankton beach fleas. Canada ...
After cycling through all the layers of the food chain, nutrients are always returned
back into the earth for grass and other plants to use and grow. Decomposers ...
Students will learn the concepts of producers, consumers, decomposers and food
web. 2. ... eel grass. List D: Decomposer beach ﬂeas phytoplankton bacteria ...
Dec 19, 2012 ... ... Periwinkle Grass shrimp Phytoplankton List D: Decomposer Beach fleas
Phytoplankton Bacteria A Producer is: A Consumer: A decomposer ...
The grasshopper eats grass, the frog eats the grasshopper, the snake eats ...
Decomposers - Decomposers eat decaying matter (like dead plants and animals)
Worms are decomposers. Their job is to break down things like dead leaves and
grass. Their waste makes the soil healthy. Having worms in your garden is a ...
Decomposers. Decomposers are the choppers, shredders, plowers, and
dissolvers of the biological world. They break down tree leaves, dead flowers,