Xerarch - kinds of succession, Biology

Xerarch - Kinds of Succession

When the succession takes place in drier area, i.e., the succession progresses from xeric to mesic conditions. It is further subdivided as:

  • Lithosere - when it takes place on bare rocks;
  • Psammosere - when succession takes place in a sandy area, like sand dunes. In this section, we shall discuss in detail, an example each of Hydrarch and Xerarch.
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