Ecological community means an assemblage of native species that inhabits a particular area in nature. A legislative definition is provided in the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
All the populations of living things that inhabit a given area. The term also is used to mean a collection of populations in a given area that potentially interact with each other.
A naturally occurring group of organisms that live and interact together.
biotic communities that are identified through a combination of parameters including species composition, structure and habitat.
The species living together at a particular site.
a group of two or more ecologically related species living in a defined area
Collective group of organisms in an ecosystem.
a collection of organisms occurring together in a location and interacting to varying degrees
a group of native species occurring together in a particular place in nature
a group of species (plants and animals) found together in a particular area, usually with similar soil, landscape and weather
an aggregation of populations thar are interacting physically, chemically, and behavioral in the same place
a variable assemblage of interacting plant and animal populations that share a common environment
Assemblages of plants and animals, that have a relatively consistent composition, and structure. Collectively providing habitat for individual organisms. Similar to an ecosystem. Individuals and groups of biota in communities and ecosystems influence each other.
The interaction of living organisms with their environment
The living parts of an ecosystem. ('Community': Natural Heritage Charter) An assemblage of native species that inhabits a particular area in nature. ( EPBC Act)
a term used in the Commonwealth Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. It is defined as 'an assemblage of native species that: (a) inhabits a particular area in nature; and (b) meets the additional criteria specified in the regulations (if any) made for the purposes of this definition.'