"Niche" refers to every aspect of the range of conditions in which an organism can live. "Niche" refers to everything from appropriate climate to optimum day length to correct soil types and plant life for a particular butterfly population to survive in an area. What this means is every butterfly species has a very different niche. The niche of a Magdelena Alipine darting around a rockslide at 12000 feet in Colorado is immensely different from the niche of a Zebra Longwing fluttering around a passion vine in the Everglades. Remember that no 2 species can EVER occupy the same niche at the same time, or one will be outcompeted into extinction. The fact that hundreds of butterfly species can coexist in one area is proof that each species has its own unique niche to realize. Additionally, a butterfly "changes its ecological nicheentirely when it transforms from a caterpillar to an adult butterfly," so each species has several niches to realize.
an ecological niche for an wood lice is
The ecological niche for an earthworm is decomposing the soil.
The ecological niche of a bee is the earth or sex
The ecological niche of skunks is their smell, it is a stereotype.
the ecological niche of a moose would be to eat grass
The clown fish protects anemone from butterfly fishAlso the waste of clown fish works as feterlizer
An ecological niche is an organism's mode of life; it is the sub of its adaptations. (You could think about it as the organism's "profession".)
Niche or Ecological Niche
the slaters ecological niche is living in oceans mostly and in damp places eating vrabs shrimps
The three parts of an organism's ecological niche are Food, Abiotic Conditions, and Behavior.
Mammals fill many ecological niches.
A niche is an organism's role in its environment.
Lemna minor's ecological niche is primarily a photosynthesizer and producer. It grows in a thick blanket on top of ponds.
The ecological niche for a deer is that it lives in a forest its a herbivore middle of the food chain and a prey to large carnivores
spatial or habitat niche, trophic niche, and hyper volume or multidimensional niche.
The most important ecological niche of a moth is in pollination of plants.
Rats are scavengers.
It is a producer .