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Question: what are 10 biotic factors in a montane shrubland

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1. Shrubs: The vegetation is typically dominated by shrubs. Examples include Manzanita, mountain mahogany, or sagebrush depending on the area in question. 2. Trees: Although less common, some trees such as pines, firs, or oaks can be found in montane shrubland. 3. Small Mammals: Rodents like chipmunks, squirrels, rats, mice and rabbits are common in this biome. 4. Large Mammals: Some mountainous areas have larger mammals such as bears, mountain lions, elk, and deer. 5. Birds: Numerous bird species inhabit this biome, including sparrows, hawks, and jays. 6. Insects: There are a variety of insects, such as butterflies, beetles, ants, and bees that play crucial roles in pollination and as part of the food chain. 7. Reptiles/Amphibians: This group includes species like lizards, snakes, toads, and frogs. 8. Grasses/Herbs: Grasses and herbs are part of the understorey layer of vegetation in montane shrublands. 9. Fungi/Decomposers: Mushrooms and other decomposers are key in breaking down dead organic material and returning nutrients to the soil. 10. Bacteria/Soil Microbes: These play a crucial role in maintaining soil health by participating in various nutrient cycles.

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April 3, 2024, 11:26 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, April 3, 2024

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