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Caterpillars that I have observed seem to prefer live vegetation, but a rotting log may contain grubs and other larvae.
Fungus grows on the rotting log because the log is dying. The log could be rotting because of the fungus being on the log.
you go to your dad and find his but then slap it and u get a rotting log
The place will be dark and cold in a rotting log community.
rotting logs is a home to wood lice,bugs and maybe some snakes.Termites live in rotting logs.
Its a part of a tree that is dead and rotting away.
Many saprophytic fungi, such as Polyporus, live under a rotting log.
cause it is rotting
non living thing
Rotting log? Animals? e.g. toadstools and bracket fungus Credits - Mr. Black Don't mind the word
If you are assuming the rotting log is still a livingorganism, it would be a parasitic relationship. But the log is dead.You could discuss the relationship between the fungus producing fertilizer for the living trees around the rotting log.
Can a fallen log be considered an ecosystem? Explain your answer.
the rotten log eating insect (named dixie normus)
The temperature is around 20C
The relationship represented by fungus growing on a rotting log is a decomposer relationship. Ants crawling all over the body of a dead worm would be an example of scavengers.
The log itself, if it is dead, is abiotic. But decomposers on it, such as fungi, are biotic.
you guys are idiots if you dont know what they benefit from a rotin log so you tell me
i dont get ur question =P
organisms live in it... O_O
A roting log is indeed an ecosystem. There can be bugs and small animals living in it so it is therefore an ecosystem.
Fugus.woodlice.milipedes.earthworm.centipedes.spiders.ants.termites.passalid beetle.bugs.maybe snakes.slugs.bacteria.snail.mosses.cricket and lichen