It is a comsumer :) lol (and it all so does not have mouth)
In most cases (not all eg the clothes moth) the moth's caterpillar is a primary consumer. Moths themselves do not always feed and when they do it is on nectar so they are primary consumers.
A sunflower is a producer. It is not a decomposer.
a whale is not a decomposer. it is a decomposer
No a decomposer can't eat a decomposer
No, it's not a decomposer. Plants can't be a decomposer.
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the largest moth is the atlas moth.
It is a decomposer
no. it is not a decomposer.
There are no pink Butterflies, but there are several species of pink Moth, which are sometimes mistake for butterflies. Some of these pink moths are: * Pink Chewed Moth * Pink Emperor Gum Moth * Rosy Maple Moth * Raspberry Pyrausta Moth * Oakworm Moth * Pink Star Moth * Primrose Moth * Pink Spotted Hawk Moth * Pink-striped Oakworm Moth * Pink Underwing Moth
I think dark moth.
If this is a joke the answer is if the moth fairy is a moth the moth would follow the light queen.
a snake is a consumer. not a decomposer because a decomposer decmpose stuff; for explame a batacria is decomposer!!!!!!!!
No, the largest is the Atlas moth
A Decomposer is a dragonfly really a decomposer
No a rose is not a decomposer. A decomposer is things like worms and fungus.
A snake is a consumer.
a mite is a decomposer
no algae is not a decomposer