Biotic Factors of the Temperate Deciduous Forest?

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Temperate deciduous forests are also known as temperate broad-leaf forests.These forests are mostly dominated by trees that lose their leaves each year. The 3 biotic factors that are in these kind of forests are: soil, air and temperature.
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Biotic: Vegetation- American Beech. Carpet Moss. Common Lime. Guelder Rose. Lady Fern. Northern Arrowhead. Pecan. Shagbark Hickory. Tawny Milsap Mushroom. White Birch. White Oak.
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Biotic factors are the living factors of the biome.
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In a temperate deciduous forest, there is a distinctive difference between summer and winter. Rainfall is between 28-60 inches per year, with frost occurring throughout the biome.
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