herbivore

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herbivore:

see carnivorecarnivore
, term commonly applied to any animal whose diet consists wholly or largely of animal matter. In animal systematics it refers to members of the mammalian order Carnivora (see Chordata).
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herbivore

[′hər·bə‚vȯr]
(vertebrate zoology)
An animal that eats only vegetation.

herbivore

an animal that feeds on grass and other plants
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In late December, fences were up around some of the burned plots, to study the effect of excluding herbivores.
But even large herbivores can be less inclined to browse where spiky bushes of bramble, hawthorn and gorse have established.
As a consequence, herbivores must make habitat tradeoffs based on these simultaneous risks (Lima and Dill 1990, Brown and Kotler 2004, McArthur et al.
It's kind of an open secret, the herbivore Exclosure at Mana Pools.
It has been shown that both natural predation and anthropogenic disturbances cause similar behaviours such as increased vigilance in herbivores (Lima and Dill, 1990; Papouchis et al.
This leads to increase in the number of ants visiting and protecting the plant against herbivores.
Mammalian herbivores often graze selectively (Huntly, 1991; Pastor et al.
These herbivores in turn became a major food resource for large land predators.
He said these herbivores in turn became a major food resource for large land predators.
Species diversity of insect herbivores associated to canopy may vary local and geographically (Stork et al.