what is the difference between epiphytes and climbers
Climbers can either move horizontally or vertically. Creepers only move horizontally.
Plants such as ferns, mosses, epiphytes (orchids, bromeliads etc.), vines and climbers as well as a range of parasitic plants
The eastern himalayas 1)Chinese and malayan flora present 2)flora is much thicker than that of the west 3)members of cycadaceae are present and orchids palms and bamboos are common 4)epiphytes and climbers are in great profusion. The western Himalayas 1)European and Siberian flora are present 2)flora is much poorer than that of the east 3)cycadaceae is absent and orchids,palms and bamboos are fewer in number 4)epiphytes and climbers diminish to a considerable extent.
Both creepers and climbers are weak-stemmed plants and, hence cannot grow erect without support. The difference between these two is, creepers spread horizontally along with the soil, whereas climbers take the support of an object for climbing.'
if you are talking about vines, a creeper creeps along the ground and a climber climbs up a cliff or tree or something.
what is the scientific name for epiphytes?
Lianas = Woody vines Epiphytes = Plants that grow on other plants Both are plants.
The answer is Epiphytes
what kind of epiphytes are found in the flood planes of north east u.s. forests
animals in the rain forest eat epiphytes like beetles, salamander, and tree frogs
Climbers and creepers are plants that have weak stems. They must have support in order to grow erect. They are both often used for decorating, or greening, facades.
To look pretty