Besides being food for humans, crayfish are important part of the food chain of the freshwater marshes. They eat both live plants and dead plants and animals.
it is a food chain that is on land for example lollies are part of the land food chain but fish aren't part of the land food chain they are part of the aquatic food chain.
Native species of crayfish that are are a normal part of the ecosystem are not harmful. But there are several invasive species, like the rusty crayfish, that can kill off native crayfish and other crustacians. The rusty crayfish has a thicker shell and less "meat" and therefore are are not a good part of the food chain depriving the ecosystem of the nutrients from the crustacians it replaces. Invasive species also tend to destroy large amounts of water plants that further degrade the food chain. Also there is an infection that occasionally occurs in crayfish that can spread to other animals but this is usually a normal part of the life cycle and not neccasarily harmful.
Yes, they are as anything can be part of the food chain.
butterflies are part of the food chain
Yes, all organisms are part of a food chain.
Basically everything is part of the food chain... So yes
they are to be at the top mof their food chain.
Second level of the food chain.
Every animal is in the food chain
it would effect the food chain because one part of the food chain is missing
what part of the food chain are tiger salamanders
they are at the top of the food chain man
because when an animal is high on the food chain then he becomes a part of food chain amd becoming a part of food chain means first eat and then get eaten
Producers make up the first part of the food chain.
Crocodiles play a large part in their food chain because they are the main predator.
The last part of a food chain is when an animal does not eat another animal. There is no more prey.
how does a key deer fit into a food chain where does it fit in
All animals, including man, are part of the food chain.
Food stores are part of the retail distribution chain
Yes it certainly is part of a food chain, and its demise would certainly have an effect on other wildlife numbers with inevitable ripple on effects down the chain.all animals are part of the food chain.