what is the soil type in a temperate forest
it is forest soil
The mushroom is a decomposer that lives on the forest floor and recycles nutrients from dead organisms back into the soil.
sandy,rocky poor quality soil
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There is no direct connection between the forest and the rocks underneath its soil. You can get deciduous forest on any type of soil if the climatic conditions are right.
It lives in a forest type of habitat
The soil in the Boreal Forest is more fertile than tundra but more acidic(harsh) which limits the number of plants that can thrive
generally nutrient poor
25 degrese farinhite
Brown forest soil is merely the name given to a particular type of soil, similar to a gley or a podzol. It does not infer location or colour. Brown forest soils are predominantly utilised for agriculture to high levels of organic matter. A. Cox
It is rich and dark because of the decomposed organisms.
The red fox would be the most common fox found in a forest.
The northern (aka common) raccoon lives in the deciduous forest,
think about it the only type of soil under the ocean is sand and rock and kelp cant grow on the rocks so???? Sand!
rocky, acidic soil or this is what i could find please change this answer if you find a better answer