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phytogeographic

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  • adj. Phytogeographical.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to phytogeography.

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Examples

  • The phytogeographic subdivisions of Amazonia and their influence on the selection of biological reservers.

    Tocantins-Araguaia-Maranhão moist forests

  • The Sangha flora communities represent an interface between different phytogeographic regions (Sudano-Sahelian and Sahelian) and consist of relict ravine vegetation (ancient humid flora) in an otherwise arid Sahelian climate.

    Cliffs of Bandiagara (Land of the Dogons), Mali

  • The botany of the region is of great phytogeographic interest.

    Cliffs of Bandiagara (Land of the Dogons), Mali

  • The ecoregion as a whole has four distinct phytogeographic districts each grouped into mountain blocks, and each with its own characteristic and endemic taxa.

    Canaima National Park, Venezuela

  • The eight sites together form a representative sample of the eight phytogeographic centers of the Region within 6% of its area, but with surrounding protected lands, cover nearly 21 % of the Region.

    Cape Floral Protected Areas, South Africa

  • In general, the hotspot can be divided into two major phytogeographic regions, the Chocó/Darién wet and moist forests in the north and the Ecuadorian/Peruvian Tumbesian dry forests in the south.

    Peru

  • Although to date there is no satisfactory phytogeographic classification for the flora of the islands, the data presented indicate that this is a very unique area, with few relationships with nearby flora, and the greatest affinity would be with the flora of the Atacama Desert.

    San Félix-San Ambrosio Islands temperate forests

  • In terms of phytogeographic affinities, species that are neither endemic nor auchthonous, an important group of species, have a geographic distribution that includes the Atacama Desert coast of Peru and Chile.

    San Félix-San Ambrosio Islands temperate forests

  • Buka, Bougainville, and the rest of the Solomon Islands (excluding the Santa Cruz Group) form a distinct and rather uniform phytogeographic unit.

    Solomon Islands rain forests

  • According to phytogeographic vegetation classification, this lowland forest ecoregion falls within the Lower Guinea block of the Guineo-Congolian regional center of endemism.

    Cross-Sanaga-Bioko coastal forests

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