Choose the correct sequence of transitional communities in Xerach succession A. Mosses – lichens – grasses B. Bryophytes – forest – shrubs C. Bryophytes – herbs – shrubs D. Lichens – mosses – herbs

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Muskan Anand

7 months ago

Option D Xerarch Succession: Plant succession starting on bare ground or rock and culminating in a mature climax forest. The pioneer species, such as lichens and mosses, result in the gradual accumulation of soil.  Some of the important stages of succession are as follows: 1. Crustose Lichen Stage 2. Foliose Lichens Stage 3. Moss Stage 4. Herbs Stage 5. Shrub Stage 6. Xerophytic Trees Stage 7. Forest Stage

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