corticolous

cor·tic·o·lous

 (kôr-tĭk′ə-ləs)
adj.
Growing or living on the bark of trees or shrubs, as some lichens and mosses.

corticolous

(kɔːˈtɪkələs)
adj
(Biology) biology living or growing on the surface of bark
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In habitat terms, corticolous lichens are the commonest, followed by saxicolous, terricolous and lichenicolous fungi (Figure 2).
Lignicolous (log), corticolous (Pinus slrobus cone); terricolous.
The lichen corticolous species do not occur identically on all tree species.
Phorophyte specificity and environmental parameters versus stochasticity as determinants for species composition of corticolous lichen communities in the Atlantic rain forest of northeastern Brazil.
Resident corticolous oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida): Decay in community similarity with vertical distance from the ground.
The main aim of this paper is to describe the corticolous lichen community present in remnant areas of the Espinal and to analyze whether the different management of a forest determine changes in the composition and structure of that community.
92 ascospores are described corticolous lichen species, grouped in 38 genera and 18 familism, distributed in the Caribbean region of Colombia.
Microarthropods diversity (mites and springtails) from corticolous moss in the floodable lowland Nicolas Bravo, Quintana Roo.
Phorophyte specificity and environmental parameters versus stochasticity as determinants for species composition of corticolous crustose lichen communities in the Atlantic rain forest of northeastern Brazil.
Awasthi (Ramalinaceae) is a tufted, errect, fruticose lichen with thallus corticolous, tufted, errect, yellowish grey in colour, branched [14].
Abstract: The diversity of invertebrates in corticolous moss was compared along an altitudinal gradient on the NW slope of the Iztaccihuatl Volcano, in the central part of Mexico.