Biotic factors: fungi 🍄, trees 🌳, Bacteria 🌀, and A. tumefaciens ( microorganisms)
Most organisms are parasitic
The microorganisms that usually live in this area are heterotrophic or autotrophic, some have flagella's to move around, and they get there source of food from decaying plant like or leaking nutrients from the plants. A. tumefaciens and M. equina are harmful to the ecosystem.
Major limiting factor is sunlight and temperature
The microbes a just to the temperature in order to survive.
Abiotic factors: Water, sand, riverbeds, etc.
Biotic factors: common whelk(green shell),blue mussel, Neptune whelk ,periwinkle
Symbiosis varies in this ecosystem
The microorganisms that usually live in this area are very small and mainly all have flagella's in order to move through the option. Most organisms are autotrophic and make there own food. E. colli is heterotrophic though but, N. gruberi is autotrophic.