Consumer–resource interactions  

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Consumer-resource interactions are the core motif of ecological food chains or food webs, and are an umbrella term for a variety of more specialized types of biological species interactions including prey-predator (see predation), host-parasite (see parasitism), plant-herbivore and victim-exploiter systems.

Specialist totivores (gatherers)

Specialist olophages (miners)

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