Vorous Words, Quiz #2

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  1. Feeding or subsisting on honey.
    (a) nucivorous (b) mellivorous (c) lichenivorous (d) granivorous (e) microbivorous
  2. Feeding exclusively or mainly on plants.
    (a) hominivorous (b) lactivorous (c) lignivorous (d) herbivorous (e) granivorous
  3. Eating mud.
    (a) lichenivore (b) lactivore (c) limivore (d) granivore (e) merdivore
  4. Feeding on or consuming milk as a source of food.
    (a) larvivory (b) gallivory (c) graminivory (d) lactivory (e) leguminivory
  5. Thriving on or in wood.
    (a) limivorous (b) mucivorous (c) nectarivorous (d) mellivorous (e) lignivorous
  6. Living on (to eat) both vegetables and animals as sources of food.
    (a) graminivore (b) herbicarnivore (c) gallivore (d) larvivore (e) granivore
  7. Eating grass (or feeding on grass).
    (a) granivory (b) insectivory (c) graminivory (d) lactivory (e) larvivory
  8. Consuming plant juices.
    (a) nucivorous (b) lignivorous (c) leguminivorous (d) larvivorous (e) mucivorous
  9. Eating beans, peas, lentils, etc.
    (a) larvivory (b) leguminivory (c) lactivory (d) herbicarnivory (e) limivory
  10. Eating nuts.
    (a) nectarivorous (b) mellivorous (c) larvivorous (d) nucivorous (e) microbivorous

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