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  • We created the Banda Sea Islands Moist Deciduous Forests by combining the islands in the Kai and Tanimbar archipelagos, which were distinguished as a biogeographic unit by Monk et al. The primary vegetation on the islands in both these archipelagos is moist deciduous forests and semi-evergreen forests, whereas the vegetation in the other, nearby large islands (Seram and Aru) is evergreen rain forests.

    Halmahera rain forests

  • We created the Banda Sea Islands moist deciduous forests by combining the islands in the Kai and Tanimbar archipelagos, which Monk et al. distinguished as a biogeographic unit.

    Buru rain forests

  • We created the Banda Sea Islands Moist Deciduous Forests by combining the islands in the Kai and Tanimbar archipelagos, which were distinguished as a biogeographic unit by Monk et al. The primary vegetation on the islands in both these archipelagos is moist deciduous forests and semi-evergreen forests, whereas the vegetation in the other, nearby large islands (Seram and Aru) is evergreen rain forests.

    Banda Sea Islands moist deciduous forests

  • We created the Banda Sea Islands moist deciduous forests by combining the islands in the Kai and Tanimbar archipelagos, which were distinguished as a biogeographic unit by Monk et al. The primary vegetation on the islands in both these archipelagos is moist deciduous forests and semi-evergreen forests, whereas the vegetation in the other, nearby large islands (Seram and Aru) is evergreen rain forests.

    Seram rain forests

  • Description of a new species of bush warbler of the genus Cettia Bonaparte, 1834 (Aves: Sylviidae) from Yamdena, Tanimbar Islands, Indonesia.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • This ecoregion represents the moist deciduous and limestone forests of Tanimbar, Kai, Banda, and smaller island groups in the Banda Sea, part of the eastern Indonesian Archipelago.

    Banda Sea Islands moist deciduous forests

  • Reuters reported Saturday that a 6. 0-magnitude quake hit the Tanimbar islands in Maluku province, at a depth of 56 kilometers, sending tourists in nearby Tual island fleeing from their hotels.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • A small site about the Tanimbar islands in East Indonesia.

    thinkBuddha.org

  • A small site about the Tanimbar islands in East Indonesia.

    thinkBuddha.org

  • A small site about the Tanimbar islands in East Indonesia.

    thinkBuddha.org

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