In a tropical rainforest biome, some decomposers are insects, bacteria and fungi that live on the forest floor. Insects, such as leaf cutters, ants and termites, break down organic matter, such as leaves that fall on the... More »

The Amazon rainforest food chain has different trophic levels that include primary producers, primary consumers and secondary, tertiary and quaternary consumers. Decomposers or detrivores also are part of this food chain... More »

In tropical rain forests, such as the Amazon in South America, decomposer organisms include certain species of worm, fungi, bacteria and small arthropods. Decomposers are also known as saprotrophs and obtain nutrients by... More »

Insects, earthworms, fungi and bacteria form the key decomposers of the Savanna biome. Decomposers are organisms that help to break down organic matter, making nutrients available in the ecosystem. More »

In tropical rain forests, such as the Amazon in South America, decomposer organisms include certain species of worm, fungi, bacteria and small arthropods. Decomposers are also known as saprotrophs and obtain nutrients by... More »

The decomposers of a savanna biome include bacteria, fungi, earthworms and insects. These decomposers break down organic material, which then frees up essential nutrients for the rest of the organisms in the biome. More »

The biotic, or living, factors in the tropical rainforest include hundreds of thousands of species of plants, animals, bacteria and fungi. Rainforests are noteworthy for the incredible abundance of species that live in t... More »

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