Hydrosere

A hydrosere is a plant succession which occurs in an area of fresh water such as in oxbow lakes and kettle lakes. In time, an area of open freshwater will naturally dry out, ultimately becoming woodland. During this change, a range of different landtypes such as swamp and marsh will succeed each other. The succession from open water to climax wood...
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hydrosere

<botany> An ecological community which results when plants migrate to open water and decompose, creating deposits of moss or peat. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hydrosere

hydrosere 1. A community that is created by plants migrating to open water, decomposing, and forming moss or peat deposits. 2. A community in which the pioneer plants invade open water, eventually forming some kind of soil; such as, peat or muck.
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