This pie chart shows the relative likelihood of observing particular other species commonly observed near Allocapnia vivipara
These species are those which most commonly occur in our observation database near Allocapnia vivipara. Observations favor some phyla over others. Typically Bacteria, Fungi, Protozoa, and Arthropods are more common in the field than in our records.
In sections below, we make some habitat inferences based on the known habitat preferences of those species most commonly associated with Allocapnia vivipara.
alpine, montane, subtropics, temperate.
alluvial woods, boreal forest, brush piles, brushy fence rows, canebrakes, coniferous forests, croplands, cultivated areas, deciduous woods and forests, desert, disturbed sites, evergreen forests, fence rows, fields, forest edges, forests, gardens, grasslands, hammocks, hardwood forests, mature forests, meadows, mesic forest, moist woods, montane forests, open forests, pasture, pine forests, rain forest, shrubby vegetation, swamp forests, thickets, tropical forest, tundra grassland.
dry slopes, flood plains, hillsides, pastureland, roadsides, rock outcrops, rocky soils, streamsides, urban areas, valleys.
clay, limestone, loam, marl, sandy areas, sandy soil, thin soil.
bays, bogs, brackish water, ditches, dry areas, estuaries, fens, flood plains, lagoon, lakes, marshes, mesic areas, ponds, river banks, rivers, saltwater, shores, stream banks, streams, swamps, swampy areas.
hillsides, ravines, rocky slopes.