What are herbivores?

Some articles on herbivores:

Pleistocene Extinctions - Climate Change Hypothesis - Increased Continentality Affects Vegetation in Time or Space - Vegetation Changes: Geographic
... If so, herbivores might not have found the plants with which they had evolved and thus would have fallen prey to the anti-herbivory toxins in the plants that remained available ... Shorter growing seasons may have caused the extinction of large herbivores and the dwarfing of many others ... So, in general, when vegetation becomes more specialized, herbivores with less diet flexibility may be less able to find the mix of vegetation they need to sustain life and reproduce, within a given area ...
Anomodonts
... periods (possibly continuing into the Early Cretaceous), most of which were toothless herbivores ... Dicynodonts became the most successful and abundant of all herbivores in the Late Permian and Triassic, filling ecological niches ranging from large browsers down to small burrowers ... large, stocky forms that remained the dominant terrestrial herbivores right up until the Late Triassic, when changing conditions (perhaps increasing aridity ...
Plant Defense Against Herbivory - Types - Indirect Defenses
... enhancing the probability of attracting the natural enemies of herbivores ... cues, attracting them to the damaged plant, and to feeding herbivores ... The subsequent reduction in the number of herbivores confers a fitness benefit to the plant and demonstrates the indirect defensive capabilities of semiochemicals ...
Carnivores 2 - Dinosaurs - Herbivores
... (Not Dangerous) Ankylosaurus "Bent Lizard" Size 12 to 21 feet in length Weight Up to 2.5 tons Diet Plants Points 6 Costs 15 Credits. ...
Defaunation
... These Mexican scientists compared the herbivores by vertebrates and insects in two areas in México and found that one area that lacks large mammals, did not have any herbivores in ... Herbivores are important to maintain the diversity of the forest by controlling the abundance of dominant species ...