Well, algae is a producer but i am not sure if it is a herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore but i mould go with herbivore......
Neither. Algae is a plant, not an animal.
A limpet is a herbivore, and grazes on algae covered rocks.
No. Blue green algae are detritivores, not herbivores.
Neither. Green algae is a detritivore because it is a plant, not an animal.
No. The term herbivore applies to animals that eat plants. Lichen is a symbiotic combination of a fungus and algae.
Green algae is none of the above. It is a plant and makes its own food.
It can partly be herbivore and decomposer. It depends on what type it is. like algae plankton.
No, algae are photosynthetic, they don't 'eat' anything so they can't be a herbivore, carnivore or an omnivore, they just absorb nutrients from the water.
Daphnia eat algae so they are herbivores.
Herbivorous sea crabs eat algae and seaweed.
a capelin is an omnivore, eating smaller fish, and algae.
Yes, a chiton is indeed a herbivore. This marine mollusk eats bacteria, diatoms, algae, and bryozoans. Most species are grazers but some are predators.
Detritivores. Green algae are plants, not animals, and use photosynthesis to make their food, not other plants/animals.
A dead anything doesn't eat - so it isn't any kind of "~vore". Algae are plants so when they live they absorb nutrients.
A daphnia is a herbivore because it eats plants or algae and it also eats other particles that are in the water.
The amoeba feed upon bacteria and algae, so they would be considered, in my mind, herbivores.
Elephants Whales and large sharks are actually predators as they eat zooplanton rather than algae.
None of the above. Algae belong in the plant kingdom, and are, essentially plants that use photosynthesis to make "food," and do not rely on eating other plants or animals to survive.
It depends on which sea turtle you mean. Some eat algae, some eat jellyfish.
No, it is an herbivore, it eats algae (a small plant like thing that lives in the ocean and gets its energy from the sun)
Flamingos are omnivores, they eat algae, a vegetation, shrimp, and other small creatures found in shallow water.