dead plant material

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  • Surface fires will burn through dead plant material that is lying on the ground.
  • The many species of Cladosporium are commonly found on living and dead plant material.
  • This small insect lives for most of its life in the water feeding on dead plant material.
  • It can also spread through infected dead plant material, so cleaning up at the end of the season is important.
  • Do not remove living or dead plant material (including fallen timber), animals, rocks or other material.
  • Insects play an important role in recycling dead plant material.
  • The fungus can live saprophytically on dead plant material or organic matter as well.
  • Dead plant material in or above soils remains there for some time before being respired by heterotrophs.
  • Dead plant material should also be handled with caution.
  • On the wintering grounds, this species gleans insects almost exclusively from dead plant material.
  • Many concealer moths feed on dead plant material and play a useful part in nutrient recycling.
  • The diet of Eleodes obscurus includes dead plant material, animal remains, roots, and seeds.
  • Detritus food webs are associated with the consumption of dead plant material by detritivores.
  • Invasive, non-native vegetation dies and re-sprouts year after year creating an unnatural buildup of dead plant material.
  • They are mostly marine, commonly found as parasites on alga and seagrass or as decomposers on dead plant material.
  • The genus Acremonium currently contains about 100 species, of which most are saprophytic, being isolated from dead plant material and soil.
  • The genus Acremonium contains around 100 species, most of which are saprophytic, being isolated from dead plant material and soil.
  • The larvae feed on dead plant material of bunch grass, Eragrostis and Nicotiana species.
  • A bog is a specific type of wetland that accumulates acidic peat from dead plant material.
  • Calbovista is a saprobic species, decomposing dead plant material.
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