The producers are Alisma, Algea, Reeds, Sweetflag, and Fungi plants. The primary consumers include the Mosquito, Water boatman, Freshwater snail, and the fly. The secondary consumers which eat the primary consumers are the turtle, small fish, and the frog. The tertiary consumers are at the top of the food chain... This includes the Pelican, the duck, and the crocodile! Decomposers are the Yabby, the worm, and Bacteria.
Parasitism is where one organism benefits from the host without causing benefit or harm to it. For example bacteria lives on crocodiles. The crocodile is the host.
Commensalism is where one organism benefits from the host without causing harm to it. For example Hermit crabs have to find shells for shelter and use various snail shells. These shells are available because the snail has died so, the snail is not affected.
Mutualism is where two organisms benefit from each other. For example algae lives on spider crabs. In return the Algea makes it look though the spider crab is camouflaged and safe from predators. So the Algea has a place to live and the spider crab is camouflaged!
HUMANS IMPACTING THE ENVIRONMENT!
•Using chemical fertilizers that hurt organisms that live in the soil
•Cutting down trees for things like furniture
2.The turtle. (Secondary consumer) The turtle plays a very important role in the wetland biome. It provides food for the tertiary consumers.
3.The crocodile. If a crocodile died it wouldn't effect the biome as much as a producer because it is at the top of the food chain. A crocodile is a tertiary consumer. But