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Decomposers

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Mushroom time lapse Amanita Muscaria

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Mushroom time lapse Amanita Muscaria Posted by Michel Gingras YouTube.com Video length: 01:01. READ MORE
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Banana Slug

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Banana Slug By Kristen Thomas Animal Diversity Web University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Habitat Banana Slugs live in the floors of forests in the Pacific Northwest. Because they respi READ MORE
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Banana Slug - Wikipedia

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Banana Slug Wikipedia.org Banana slugs are detritivores, or decomposers. They process leaves, animal droppings, and dead plant material, and then recycle them into soil. They seem to have a fond READ MORE
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The Bracket Fungi

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The Bracket Fungi By Wayne P. Armstrong, Wayne's World Palomar College Bracket fungi include the tough, woody, shelf-like growths on the trunks of dead trees. Some species are serious parasites READ MORE
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Bracket fungus

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Bracket fungus Wikipedia.org Bracket fungi, or shelf fungi, are fungi, in the phylum Basidiomycota. They produce shelf- or bracket-shaped fruiting bodies (conks) that lie in a close planar group READ MORE
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Decomposers

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Decomposers Image Credits: Clipart.com Nature Works New Hampshire Public Television Back to the Beginning When plants and animals die, they become food for decomposers like bacteria, fungi READ MORE
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Kid's Corner Decomposer Page

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Kid's Corner Decomposer Page Shepphard Software Fungi and bacteria play an important role in nature. They break down the unused dead material and turn them into nutrients in the soil, which plants READ MORE
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Decomposers are animals that eat dead animals or carcasses. They play an important role in an ecosystem by helping break down carcasses. Fungi and bacteria are the main decomposers.
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