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Symbiosis The relationship(s) between organisms within an eco-system.
Mutualism This is a win- win relationship Both organisms benefit from each other
Commensalism This is a win-?? (no one cares) relationship One organism benefits, the other one doesnt care – it isnt helped or harmed.
Parasitism This is a win-lose relationship One organism benefits, the other is harmed tick flea
Digger Bee & Palo Verde Mutualism
Gila Woodpecker & Screech Owl Commensalism m
Mutualism Mexican Long-tongued Bat & Palmer Agave
Phainopepla & Mistletoe Mutualism atcher/Phainopepla..htmlhttp://www.laspilitas.com/California_birds/Silky_flyc atcher/Phainopepla..html
Cowbird & the Oriole Parasitism
Wood Rat & Prickly Pear Mutualism =c_nature.cfm&secid=33&id=144http://www.arizonahighways.com/custom.cfm?name =c_nature.cfm&secid=33&id=144 pear.html
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Hummingbird & Ocotillo Mutualism mmingbirds.php
Saguaro & Palo Verde Commensalism
Desert Tortoise / Prickly Pear Mutualism
Mistletoe and Mesquite Parasitism Mistletoe is a parasite. It lives off of another plant. (They like Mesquite trees)
Javelina and Mesquite Mutualism
Gila Woodpecker & Saguaro Commensalism
Broomrape & Bursage Parasitism
Yucca & Yucca Moth Mutualism
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