Kinds of succession - ecology, Biology

Kinds of Succession - Ecology

The ecological succession can be broadly classified into two kinds, on the basis of the nature of the habitat.

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Figure: Kinds of Succession

Hydrarch

  • Hydrosere
  • Halosere

Xerarch

  • Lithosere
  • Psammosere
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