|Water flow with a high energy. In times of high flow vegetation is regularly scoured from the channel leaving shingle boulders and sand. Most often associated with upland streams and high energy rivers.
|fast flowing streams & waterfalls
|The assemblage type is found within and on the margins of fast-flowing streams, especially in moss on bedrock and boulders often in the splash zone of waterfalls and torrents.
|Fruits such as apples and plums.
|flour mills/bone works
|Species associated with human activities and feeding on flour or bone products
|A resource category within the running water habitat, further subdivided into slow and fast flow
|Species as adults that visit flowers for either nectar, pollen or to hunt for prey.
|flowers, buds & shoots
|A species that feeds on flowers, or the young buds and shoots before they form.
|Foliage feeders, including leaves, shoots, fruits and seeds.
|Freshly dead trunks and boughs support a specialist early successional fauna, with most species using both standing and fallen/felled wood.
|Roots that have only recent been exposed to the air.
|Freshwater seepages, often on beaches, that run through coastal habitats. These are often very small, shallow and discreet, sometimes surrounded by reeds and other vegetation.
|fungal fruiting bodies
|A large variety of wood-decay fungi are active in all types of woody tissues from heartwood through to twigs and roots. All produce fruiting bodies on the outside of the decaying wood and above ground, which are exploited by this assemblage type.
|fungal fruiting bodies (ISIS)
|The assemblage type is found in and around trees and shrubs generally, but especially in older specimens. A large variety of wood-decay fungi are active in all types of woody tissues from heartwood through to twigs and roots. All produce fruiting bodies on the outside of the decaying wood and above ground, which are exploited by this assemblage type.