The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between pioneer community and climax community.
1. It is the first biotic community which develops in bare area.
2. Pioneer community is established over a previously bare area.
3. Pioneer community consists of a fewer small sized organisms.
4. The area is hostile to pioneer community.
5. The community consists of hardy organisms.
6. Life span of organisms is short.
7. Growth is fast.
8. It is soon replaced by the next seral community.
1. It is final biotic community that develops in an area.
2. Climax community occurs over an area previously occupied by several communities.
3. Climax community consists of large and small sized organisms.
4. The area is favourable to the climax community.
5. The community consists of normal or non- hardy organisms.
6. Life span of component organisms is generally long.
7. Growth is slow.
8. Climax community is stable. It is not replaced by any other community.