The coral reef itself is an ecosystem that has producers, consumers and
decomposers; however, the coral polyps within the coral reef are known as
Dec 11, 2012 ... Investigate the tropic levels of a coral reef food web. ... In this example of a coral
reef, there are producers, consumers, and decomposers.
Dec 6, 2012 ... Primary Consumers: Secondary Consumers Puffer fish, barnacles, whale sharks
... These herbivores are commonly browsers or filter feeders that eat primary
producers, ... The main decomposer in the coral reefs are bacteria.
Apr 9, 2014 ... Much like any type of food web, coral reef food webs consist mainly of producers,
consumers, decomposers and scavengers. These varied ...
Feb 26, 2015 ... Food chains consist of a variety of herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and
detritovores that exhibit producer, decomposer, and consumer ...
shells add to coral reefs, strengthening them and giving them support. Reefs ....
Primary consumers, which eat producers, ... consumers, decomposers).
Consumers, like herbivores, are dependent on producers to convert sunlight,
water, and ... Decomposers, the organisms responsible for decomposing dead
animal and plant matter, are able .... Study reveals corals' influence on reef
For this lesson, we're going to learn about four levels in a coral reef food chain:
primary producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers, and decomposers
organism is a Producer, Consumer, Decomposer. 3. Have the students ... and
Decomposer. • Repeat the above activity for a coral reef ecosystem, and have the
During the first lesson, each student makes a paper puppet of a coral reef
organism. ... producers, 4 herbivores, 4 omnivores, 4 carnivores, and 4
decomposers for a class of 21 students). 3. ... What do consumers provide for the