Mangrove crabs feed on phytoplankton as well as zooplankton. Their real name is Scylla serrata and they are often called mud crabs in addition to mangrove crabs.
Fungi feed on the leaves that fall from a Mongrove tree. Also, decomposed Mongrove leaves can be eaten by small marine animals.
As mangrove trees decompose, they become food for a number of marine life. Shrimp, crabs, fish and some birds eat the decomposed mangrove.
The mangrove finch eats, with it's specialized beak that is long and pointed with a curved culmen, insects hidden within tree bark. It pulls off the bark and then eats the tin…y insects that were hidden.
oxygen (air) and water
Not directly, but crabs eat the leaves of mangroves.
It eats grunts,pinfish sardines and is found almost everywhere like inshore and offshore
there plants are killed by frost - novanet cowboy
yes it can be eaten, People of Maldives eat
In Animal Life
Mangrove Skipper is a type of butterfly. The Larvae feed on red mangroves.
It does not live in mangroves. It ranges anywhere from bright green to dark red.
No. Platypuses do not eat mangroves or any other plant matter.
No,because I searched a horseshoe crab and it said they burrow for worms and mollusks.