biogeographical region

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Noun1.biogeographical region - an area of the Earth determined by distribution of flora and fauna
benthic division, benthonic zone, benthos - a region including the bottom of the sea and the littoral zones
region - a large indefinite location on the surface of the Earth; "penguins inhabit the polar regions"
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Background : The first country report on the implementation of Natura 2000 in Hungary and the situation of species and habitats of community interest highlight that the conservation status of certain water-related and forest habitats is unfavorable or bad in the Pannonian biogeographical region Hungary is belonging to.
lamorali appears to be limited to the temperate South-West biogeographical region, and specifically to the Cape Peninsula.
Therefore, this research constitutes the first analysis of this kind conducted in the Yucatan Peninsula, and the main results are that parrot populations vary in their relative abundances and dominant species vary between areas within the same biogeographical region.
The Mediterranean Sea has been colonized and invaded by alien marine organisms from the Indo-Pacific biogeographical region in a movement of thermophilic marine species from the Red Sea via the Suez Canal.
Their topics include species performance and treatment effectiveness for revegetating the Mojave Desert in the US, soil acidification and buffering mechanisms in the boreal biogeographical region, analyzing shadows to measure soil surface roughness to evaluate wind erosion, a case study in northern China of a new concept and measures to control wind erosion in agricultural land, and the effects of solar disinfection and heating on the sensitivity of virulent multiple-antibiotic resistance and non-virulent sensible strains of non-01 Vibrio cholerae and fecal coliforms isolated from Marrakesh groundwater.
Cytogenetic characterized Pholcidae species with their respective diploid numbers (2n), chromosome morphology (CM) and biogeographical region of origin (BR).
During this period, members of 29 families of Panamic fishes were recorded from California waters, and ten of those were reported as new or first records from the warm-temperate or San Diegan biogeographical region of the eastern North Pacific (Lea and Rosenblatt 2000).
In this paper the author reviews the zoological evidence for climatic change for the northern part of Borneo, which forms the eastern block of the West Malesian biogeographical region, i.
2] in the Humid Chaco biogeographical region and is characterized by areas of grasslands and forests.
The largest savanna ecosystem in South America and the second largest biogeographical region in Brazil, the cerrado covers 25 percent of the country.
Within the Tropical Andes biogeographical region, percentages of genera with superior ovaries are: Costa Rica , Panama, and Venezuela, 29%; Colombia, 21%; Ecuador and Peru, 18%; and Bolivia, 22%.
El Bagual Ecological Reserve is a 3,462 hectare protected area located in the Chaco Biogeographical Region of northeastern Argentina (Formosa province).