Microflora vs. Microfauna

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Microscopic plant life, especially the bacterial colonies found in the gut of normal, healthy animals and humans.


The smallest of the faunal size divisions, including mainly microorganisms but also sometimes applied to the tiniest species of animal groups such as ticks, insects, etc.


Microfauna (Ancient Greek mikros + New Latin fauna ) refers to microscopic animals and organisms that exhibit animal-like qualities. Microfauna are represented in the animal kingdom (e.g., nematodes, small arthropods) and the protist kingdom (i.e., protozoans).

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