also-, als- +

(Greek: forest, woods, a woodland)

alsocole (verb), alsocoles; alsocoled; alsocoling: forest
Living in woody (forest) groves.

Some creatures that alsocole include the following:

  • Long-nosed Spiny Anteater is bigger than the short-nosed Ant Eater and it has fewer, shorter spines that are scattered in its hairs. Range: New Guinea
  • Short-nosed Spiny Anteater. Range: Australia, Tasmania, S.E. New Guinea
  • South American Mouse-opossum; Range: Belize to N.W. South America, Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada
  • Virginia Opossum; Range: Central America, Nicaragua
alsophilous (adjective), more alsophilous, most alsophilous
Regarding a form of life that thrives in woody grove habitats: One kind of an alsophilous plant is moss that grows on the surface of trees.
alsophily (s) (noun), alsophilies (pl)
An organism that exists in forest environments: Such alsophilies can be ferns, climbers, groundcovers and grasses that grow as an undergrowth in woody habitats.