What are deciduous forest decomposers?

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The deciduous forest decomposers are quite a number. There are so many living things that are decomposers in a temperate deciduous forest. They include fungi, earthworms maggots and much more.
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Decomposers in a temperate deciduous forest are: Fungi, Bacteria, Earth Worms, Fly maggots.
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Decomposers like mushrooms, ants and termites are very common in
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There are many different locations of a deciduous forest. They are located in the Eastern half of the United States, Russia, Japan and in Eastern China.
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C) mushroom - or rather the entire fungus with an underground network of mycelium that decomposes detritus the other three leave. Algae, oaks, and lichen are all producers either
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