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Food Web Project

Blue: Producer Red: Primary Consumer Green:Secondary Consumer Orange:Tertiary Consumer

Owl Wolf Snake Eagle

Rabbit Deer Squirrel Rat

Moss Tree Wild Flower Shrubs


Moss
Named for the Greek word "pleura," meaning rib or side, "pleurocarpi"
mosses' capsules grow from the sides of branches, with each entire moss
appearing to be horizontal or prostrate. Pleurocarpi mosses grow flat along
tree roots and rotting logs. Varieties include sheet moss (Hypnum spp.), so
named from the Greek word meaning sleep; fern moss (Thuidium
delicatulum), with fernlike branches; and callicladium (Callicladium
haldanianum), a common woodland moss.

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http://www.ehow.com/info_8137178_plants-types-moss.html
Spruce Tree

The Black Hills spruce is the state tree of South Dakota, and for good
reason. This variety of the more widespread white spruce is found naturally
only in southwest South Dakota and a small portion of northeast Wyoming.
In fact, it is the only spruce native to the Black Hills region.

While not as widely known as other spruces, one tree expert claims that it is
ornamentally superior to the standard white spruce and can be planted
just about anywhere that the more common Colorado spruce will grow.

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Bitter Weed
Bitterweed is a beautiful yellow flower with an ugly name but it comes by
its reputation honestly. When cows eat its foliage, it makes their milk turn
bitter. (And if they eat too much, its hooves up.) Bitterweed makes a
glorious presentation in an open field: here, it shines among bluebonnets
underneath a majestic live oak.

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http://www.hgtv.com/outdoors/flowers-and-plants/flowers/20-great-american-wildfl
owers-pictures
Little Henry (Flower)
White flowers open in spikes starting in early to midsummer. The blooms
have a sweet fragrance and beckon pollinators like butterflies and bees.
Plants withstand wet or dry soils and need some level of shade. Landscape
use: Good choice for butterfly or rain gardens. Choose dwarf hybrids like
Little Henry for small yards or containers.

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hrubs-for-year-round-color-pictures
Rabbit
The Deilenaar is a breed of rabbit from the Netherlands. It's medium sized
rabbit, weighing between 5-7 lb with chestnut red fur. It is recognised by the
British Rabbit Council, but not by the American Rabbit Breeders'
Association.
Deer
The white-tailed deer, also known as the whitetail, is a medium-sized deer
native to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and South
America as far south as Peru and Bolivia.

Scientific name: Odocoileus virginianus


Gestation period: 201 days Encyclopedia of Life
Height: 1.7 3.9 ft. (Adult, At Shoulder)
Conservation status: Least Concern (Population stable) Encyclopedia of Life
Trophic level: Herbivorous Encyclopedia of Life
Length : 3.1 7.2 ft.
Mass: Male: 150 lbs (Adult, In Summer), Female: 100 lbs (Adult, In Summer)
Squirrel
Scientific name: Sciurus Two species of gray squirrels inhabit the United
States, the western gray and the eastern gray. The eastern gray squirrel
normally inhabits the northeastern United States, although it has invaded
the western United States, as well as Europe. The western gray squirrel lives
in three separate locations along the western coast. Both of these large
squirrels appear in a variety of colors, which include black, gray, brown,
cream and red.

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Rat
The ricefield rat is a species of rat found throughout Southeast Asia.

Scientific name: Rattus argentiventer


Owl
The true owls or typical owls are one of the two generally accepted families
of owls, the other being the barn owls. The Sibley-Ahlquist taxonomy unites
the Caprimulgiformes with the owl order; here, the typical owls are a
subfamily Striginae.
Scientific name: Strigidae
Higher classification: Owl
Rank: Family
Mass: Eurasian eagle-owl: 5.9 lbs, Snowy owl: 4.5 lbs, Tawny owl: 1 lb,
Long-eared owl: 8.9 oz, Ural owl: 1.7 lbs
Length: Eurasian eagle-owl: 1.9 2.3 ft., Snowy owl: 2.1 2.4 ft., Tawny owl:
15 in., Long-eared owl: 14 16 in.
Snake
Garter snake sometimes called garden snake or gardener snake is the
common name given to the nearly harmless, small to medium-sized snakes
belonging to the genus Thamnophis.

Scientific name: Thamnophis

Higher classification: Natricinae


Wolf
The eastern wolf, also known as the eastern timber wolf, Algonquin wolf or
deer wolf, is a canid native to the northeastern side of North America's Great
Lakes region.

Scientific name: Canis lycaon


Eagle

The golden eagle is one of the best-known birds of prey in the Northern
Hemisphere. It is the most widely distributed species of eagle. Like all
eagles, it belongs to the family Accipitridae.
Scientific name: Aquila chrysaetos
Conservation status: Least Concern (Population stable)
Length: 2.3 2.8 ft. Encyclopedia of Life
Rank: Species
Mass: Female: 11 lbs, Male: 7.9 lbs
Ecosystem Food Web Analization
Directions: In the space below, answer the following questions in complete sentences. Be sure to use detail and examples from your food web for
each answer.

1.How are the organisms in my food web interconnected? Animals depend on photosynthesis because it gives of air to breath and glucose for energy.
The animals depend on waste product because the plants use that for nutrients to grow which the animals eat plants . animals are interconected
because if one animal gets a dizeez all the other animals will be effected
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2.Explain at least 2 ways how surrounding humans can impact your ecosystem. The animal spesiese can decrease in the ecosysten by humans killing
difrent animals for defense and to eat
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3.Use the Venn Diagram below to compare and contrast your food webs ecosystem to another terrestrial or aquatic ecosystem. Ocean,Redwood forest
3.Use the Venn Diagram below to compare and contrast your food webs ecosystem to another terrestrial or aquatic ecosystem. Ocean,Redwood
forest

1.Seaweed is the
producer in the
1.Grass is the producer 1.They both use water ecosystem
in a land ecosystem photosynthesis 2.shark is the
2.tiger is a tertiary 2.They both have tertiary consumer
consumer consumers 3.perona fish is
3.deer is the secondary 3. They both have the secondary
consumer producers consumer
4. Rabbit is the primary 4.They both have 4.alaskan pollock
consumer decomposers is the primary
5.mushroom is the 5.they both are consumer
decomposer scaled on a food 5. Fungi is the
web decomposer