Why are insects in the ecosystem of the meadow classified as consumer organisms?

The high plant diversity in the meadows more or less guarantees that there will also be a wide variety of animals. A variety of herbivores will be on hand to consume all different types of plants, and they, in turn, will supply food for any number of predators from spiders to beetles, birds, and foxes.

In a hay meadow in summer, flowers and seeds of grasses and grasses provide the top layer. Here insects such as butterflies, bees and butterflies collect nectar from flowers and are therefore considered consumers.

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