Black locust has nitrogen-fixing bacteria on its root system; for this reason it can grow on poor soils and is an early colonizer of disturbed areas.
The Cimarrón Uruguayo descends from European dogs brought by early colonizers, and released or abandoned.
They have been noted as some of the early colonizers on the volcanic island of Rakata.
Most successful of the early Mediterranean colonizers were the Phoenicians, who worked by absorption and merger as much as military conquest.
The early colonizers of Kohala came by wind, storm or floating on the ocean.
The formation begins by the adsorption of early colonizers onto an acquired pellicle through chemical processes.
These bound early colonizers manipulate the environment for the immediate benefit of other bacteria.
Once the environment has been manipulated other bacterial colonizers are able to co-adhere to the early colonizers.
They had access to sources that the prehistory of Europe lacks such as ethnographies and the historical records of the early colonizers.
S. parasanguinis is one of the major early colonizers of dental surfaces in the human oral cavity.