Comparison of Biological Scale Outline

A food web is a composite of several food chains or

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which is the complex interactions in a natural system. A food web is a composite of several food chains, or sequences of production and consumption, of life and death. II. Organisms A. Florida Panther B. Wood stork C. West Indian manatee D. American Alligator E. Periphyton algae F. Wood stork G. Great blue heron H. Snowy egret I. Bobcat J. Opossum
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BIOLOGICAL SCALE 3 III. Populations A. Plants 100 known species B. Birds, 350 known species C. Reptiles, 50 species D. Mammals, 40 species E. Trees, 120 species IV. Communities A. Sea grass prairies B. Mangrove forests C. Mammals D. Reptiles E. Birds V. Conclusion The Everglades is considered one of the largest mangrove ecosystems in the Western Hemisphere, the largest uninterrupted stand of saw grass prairie and the largest breeding ground for wading birds in North America. The park is rich in both prehistoric and historic heritage: it contains 200 known archaeological sites. The Everglades is home to
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BIOLOGICAL SCALE 4 800 different species of land and water animals, including 14 threatened species, 25 mammals, 400 bird species, 60 known reptile, amphibian, and insect species, including two threatened swallowtail butterfly species. References No Author. (2010). Journey Through the Everglades – An American Treasure. South West Florida Water Management District. Retrieved from glades american_treasure.pdf
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BIOLOGICAL SCALE 5 No Author. (November 2011). Everglades Restoration Progress. South West Florida Water Management District. Retrieved from erglades_progress.pdf
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