What is the ecological group of cervidae, cestoda, and euphorbia? What is their relationship to humans?
First of all, what are these organisms? These Latin names may be unfamiliar.
Cervidae are more commonly known as deer.
Cestoda are a genus of flatworms which includes tapeworms.
Euphorbia are a large genus of flowering plants called spurges. The one you're probably most familiar with is poinsettia.
Deer are herbivores; they are near the bottom of the food chain and get their energy directly from plants, which get it from the sun. This makes them ecologically consumers. As far as their relation to humans, we mostly consider them a...
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