Maggots are decomposers because they absorb nutrients from dead bodies.
Maggots are decomposers and help to recycle nutrients.
They feed on dead things!
Maggots are decomposers because they break down dead tissue. They are so efficient at their jobs that they are sometimes used in medicine to clean wounds.
Decomposers are living things such as:- worms,maggots,etc .
No; woodlice are almost exclusively herbivorous, and not cannibalistic.However, woodlice are decomposers and do eat decaying or rotting matter such as rotting leaves and even other dead woodlice. I have a woodlice culture and I have observed woodlice eat other dead woodlice.
Bacteria, Maggots, earthworms... etc
Not at all. Decomposers are organisms such as fungi, bacteria, worms and fly maggots.
There are several types of decomposers in shrublands. Maggots, fungi, bacteria, earthworms, and mushrooms are some of the decomposers that can be found in these areas.
Some animal decomposers are earthworms. Also ants, termites, maggots and other insects.
Millipedes, centipedes, earthworms, and maggots are some of the decomposers that live on the forest floor.
decomposers, like maggots.