ecoregion

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ecoregion

(ˈiːkəʊˌriːdʒən)
n
(Physical Geography) an area defined by its environmental conditions, esp climate, landforms, and soil characteristics
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écorégion
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However, peatlands of the same type and floristic content extend to parallel 40[degrees] south in the northern part of the Valdivian biogeographical province due to the high levels of rainfall prevailing the length of the Chilean Pacific coast.
in the Peruvian Andes, in Puna biogeographical province (Figures 2, 22, 37).
Three of the new localities appear to represent part of a disjunct northern population in a biogeographical province where the species was previously unknown.
Their analysis, underpinned by faunal and paleomagnetic evidence, indicates that i) only Avalonia should be considered a separate microcontinent on a separate plate; ii) Armorica is composed of several terranes, and iii) Perunica should be considered only as a separate biogeographical province.
Our paper reports an independent test of the relationship between galling and soil fertility in a different biogeographical province, that of New South Wales, Australia.
We know Sarcocornia hispanica, only from the Iberian Peninsula, from the Manchego--Murciano biogeographical sector (Manchego sector, Castellana subprovince, Mediterranea Iberica Central province), and Murciano--Almeriense biogeographical province; our taxon reachs also some inland localities of the eastern Betica biogeographical province (Accitano--Baztetano sector, Hoyano Accitano--Baztetano subsector) (Rivas--Martinez & al., 2002; Rivas--Martinez & col., 2011).
A phylogeographical analysis across three biogeographical provinces of the south-eastern Pacific: the case of the marine gastropod Concholepas concholepas.