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Ecological Relationships

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    Pseudoscorpions often hitch rides on the backs of large beetles or true bugs. What is the ecological relationship?
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    Mutualism
    Cooperation
    Commensalism
    Parasitism
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  • Q2
    What term best describes the grasshopper?
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    Competition
    Producer
    Herbivore
    Predator-Prey
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  • Q3
    Barnacles sometimes live on the outside surface of other larger shelled organisms without causing any harm. What is the ecological relationship?
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    Commensalism
    Parasitism
    Mutaualism
    Predator-Prey
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  • Q4
    Cows and pronghorn both eat the same types of food in areas of Utah. What is the ecological relationship?
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    Commensalism
    Parasitism
    Competition
    Cooperation
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  • Q5
    Ants protect soft bodied aphids and in return the aphids feed the ants a sugary drink. What is the ecological relationship?
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    Mutualism
    Cooperation
    Parasitism
    Commensalism
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  • Q6
    What is the ecological relationship shown in this image of a robberfly and beetle?
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    Parasitism
    Predator-Prey
    Competition
    Cooperation
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  • Q7
    What term best describes the vole, the small rodent, in this image?
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    Prey
    Producer
    Predator
    Competition
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  • Q8
    Termite colonies have workers, soldiers, and kings and queens that each have different jobs. What is the ecological relationship?
    Question Image
    Parasitism
    Competition
    Cooperation
    Mutualism
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  • Q9
    Native sponges and introduced muscles are both filter feeders in many of the Great Lakes. What is the ecological relationship?
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    Parasitism
    Competition
    Carnivore
    Predator-prey
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  • Q10
    Chickens will eat both insects and seeds. Which term best describes this feeding pattern?
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    Producer
    Herbivore
    Omnivore
    Carnivore
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