There is a loophole of specific studies on degradation of species specific bat guano
, in general the most abundant organisms in soil that contribute to organic matter decomposition are bacteria and fungi.
He did not report any exposures to bird droppings, bat guano
, caves, or potting soils.
Fletcher (1982), in a study of the microbial ecology of a community living on gray bat guano
in a Missouri cave, noted the presence of 30 species of mites.
There was bat guano
dripping from the inside of the cabins.
I add as much manure as much as possible - cow, chicken and bat guano
Tales are told of the two wriggling through a blowhole no bigger than the interior of a coat hanger, and squirming on their bellies along tunnels barely 10 inches high, their nostrils assaulted by the overpowering scent of bat guano
is one of the oldest fertilizers known to humans.
is an important food source in caves and is eaten by microscopic invertebrates, cave insects, cave crayfish, and cave fish.
At the landfill, workers moved topsoil from an area that previously housed a barn; at the bridge, workers observed bat guano
on bridge beams.
Well, it means that bat guano
(even called waste) damage in a homeowner's attic cannot be denied insurance recovery under the homeowner pollution exclusion, in which pollutants specifically are defined to include "any .
Exports of bat guano
accounted for three quarters of the revenue of what South American country in the 1860s?
The nearby Windsor Caves, now owned by the World Wildlife Federation, are the domain of a bat found exclusively in this area, and the Windsor Great House now serves as a boardinghouse for scholarly enthusiasts of bat guano