in plants as a beneficial trait in wetlands, Aquatic Botany 94: 62-70.
The sea urchins belonging to the genus Arhacia are thought to be not only omnivorous but with tendency to carnivory
(Vasquez et al.
What about herbivory and carnivory
? Ecology really doesn't get much more basic than this.
(27) Botanical carnivory
occurs in a mixed group of flowering plants forming a common "ecological niche" with nearly 600 species distributed today on every continent except Antarctica.
Brycon fish have an ontogenetic diet, where in the juvenile stage they are generally omnivorous with a tendency to carnivory
(Ceccarelli & Senhorini, 1996), and in adulthood are omnivorous with a tendency to frugivory (Blanco-Parra & Bejarano-Rodriguez, 2006; Albrecht et al., 2009; Matos & Carvalho, 2015).
revisited: plants supply photosynthetic carbon to traps.
and consumption in The Bleeding of the Stone
Evolution and Consequences of Modern Carnivory
(Wi ley-Blackwell, 2013) | Made in the USA: The Rise and Retreat of American Manufacturing (MIT Press, 2013) | Harvesting the Biosphere:What We Have Taken from Nature (MIT Press, 2013) | Japan's Dietary Transition and Its Impacts (MIT Press, 2011; with K.
In the animal microbiome, the researchers noted, studies comparing large numbers of species have shown that host diet -- for example, herbivory versus carnivory
-- has a large effect on the structure of microbial communities in their guts.
in pitcher plants of the genus Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae).