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Ammensalism
-One species is neutral and the other species is losing
-Examples:
Canopy Trees vs. Understory seedlings
Neutralism
-Very Common in tropics
-Both species are neutral
-Bird/Tree etc.
Commensalism
-One is neutral and the other benefits
-Birds butterflies; Butterflies need nitrogen and eat the nitrogen-rich bird shit. The butterflies gain and the bird is neutral cuz it doesn't care who eats its shit.
Mututalism
-Both species benefit
-Micorrhizae and plants
-Gut mutualism and herbivores
-General attributes is payment is cheap for me, partners are always distantly related (ants /acacia, bacteria/cow), food is given by one of the partners
Antagonism
-One benefits and the other loses
-Predation = 1) Parasitism 2) Pasitoidism 3) True Predation