Macrobiota

Macrobiota: The living organisms (or flora and fauna) of a region that are large enough to be seen with the naked eye. From the Greek macro-, large + bios, life.
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macrobiota

The living organisms (or flora and fauna) of a region that are large enough to be seen with the naked eye. From the greek macro-, large + bios, life. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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macrobiota

macrobiota 1. The population of organisms of a size larger than a few centimeters in any habitat or ecosystem (especially applied to soil). 2. Large soil organisms, exceeding about 40-50 mm in length. 3. All soil organisms of larger size than those of the mesobiota including plant roots, larger insects, earthworms, etc.
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