Many types of decomposers live in the water. The most common are
marine worms, starfish, sea urchins, bacteria, fungi, and
underwater macro decomposers.
they live in water, land , and also in the air!!
DECOMPOSERS in water are ...........
Bacteria and fungi are the decomposers that you will find living in ponds. These organisms. These decomposers can be found living in the soil under the water and in mud surrounding the perimeter of the pond.
no decomposers live in a tagia
What kind of producers and consumer live in water
Decomposers live (or grow) where they can find food or waste.
Water will start to dissolve the apple, but it will in no way rot it. Rotting is caused by decomposers, mainly bacteria. These decomposers can not live under water, so the apple would not rot at all.
Worms, flies, cockroaches, and crabs are considered to be decomposers. Decomposers are creatures that eat dead animals and plants that live inside water.
Decomposers are microorganisms. They live in plant material in the fish tank,
There are many decomposers in the estuaries of rivers. The majority of these are different types of bacteria and fungi. They enrich the water and soil with recycled organic matter.
There are many decomposers that live in the Mediterranean sea. Monk seal and the loggerhead sea turtles are the common decomposers in the Mediterranean.
Water lilies are not decomposers. But they take advantage of rich soil that has dead material in it. Worms and bacteria are decomposers.
Some decomposers are fungi, mushrooms, and bacteria.
Too many of them, earthworms and rest
Decomposers give cows nutrients to live