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  • n. Plural form of ecoregion.


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  • The high endemic number of birds in this and other ecoregions is restricted to arid lowlands.

    Lara-Falcón dry forests

  • This modification of Rodgers and Panwar is to conform to our rules for delineating ecoregions, that is, to represent distinct habitat types of regional extent.

    Narmada Valley dry deciduous forests

  • A study published in 1999 concluded that there are 150 different "ecoregions" in North America alone.

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  • "ecoregions," and species from each ecoregion meet and mix in the diverse habitats provided by the area's unique geology, climate, and topography.

    Fact Sheet On Cascade Siskiyou National Monument

  • From the AFP: "Oyster reefs are at less than 10 percent of their prior abundance in most bays (70 percent) and ecoregions (63 percent)," said the study.

    Oysters Are 'Functionally Extinct'

  • "They are functionally extinct -- in that they lack any significant ecosystem role and remain at less than one percent of prior abundances in many bays (37 percent) and ecoregions (28 percent) -- particularly in North America, Australia and Europe."

    Oysters Are 'Functionally Extinct'

  • The pine forests of Hispaniola Island contain various endemic species of plants and animals, including numerous specialist species in limestone and serpentine soils that are among those listed in the Global 200 ecoregions that have been assigned the highest conservation priority.


  • Haiti hosts four distinct ecoregions, each with distinct and important endemic species:


  • The Island of Hispaniola is home to a rich mixture of ecoregions and biodiversity.


  • A conservation assessment of the terrestrial ecoregions of Latin America and the Caribbean.

    Isthmian-Pacific moist forests


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