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CONIFER/TEMPERATE BROADLEAF FORESTS

  • 93.

    - Sierra de Juarez pine-oak forests - 4V/IV

  • 94.

    - San Lucan pine-oak forests - 4I/IV

  • 95.

    - Sierra Madre Occidental pine-oak forests - 1E/I

  • 96.

    - Central Mexican pine-oak forests - 3E/II

  • 97.

    - Sierra Madre Oriental pine-oak forests - 2S/II

  • 98.

    - Veracruz oak forests - 4C/III

(The spanish version of Dinnerstein et. al. 1995, utilizes bosques de roble,instead of pine-oak forests used in the english version, thus pine will be droped from all references of this ecoregion, characterized by associations dominated by Quercus oleoides, present from Tamaulipas to Campeche)

  • 99.

    - Mexican transvolcanic pine-oak forests - 2S/I

  • 100.

    - Veracruz montane forests - 3S/III

  • 101.

    - Sierra Madre del Sur pine-oak forests - 1C/I

  • 102.

    - Central American pine-oak forests -3V/III

  • 103.

    - Belizean Pine Forests - 2S/II

(not mapped for Mexico, present only in Savana el Jaguactal, Q.Roo)

GRASSLANDS/SAVANNAS/SHRUBLANDS Grasslands/Savannas/Shrublands

  • 106.

    - Central Mexican grasslands - 3-/-

  • 107.

    - Eastern Mexican grasslands - 4-/-

  • 108.

    - Tabasco/Veracruz savannas - 4C/III*

  • 109.

    - Tehuantepec savannas - 4C/III

Flooded Grasslands

  • 124.

    - Central Mexican wetlands - 2C/I

  • 125.

    - Jalisco palm Savannas - 3C/II*

  • 126.

    - Veracruz palm savannas - 3C/II

  • 127.

    - Quintana Roo wetlands - 3I/IV

N/A. Laguna Madre wetlands - --/- Montane Grasslands 135.- Mexican Alpine Tundra - 3V/III*

XERIC FORMATIONS Mediterranean Scrub 147.- California coastal sage-chaparral - 1C/I Desert and Xeric Srublands

  • 153.

    - Baja California xeric scrub - 3I/IV

  • 154.

    - San Lucan mezquital - 4I/IV

  • 155.

    - Western Mexican mezquital - 4-/-

  • 156.

    - Sonoran xeric scrub - 2S/II

  • 157.

    - Northern Sonora cactus scrub - 1S/I

  • 158.

    - Mexican Interior chaparral - 4-/-

  • 159.

    - Chihuahuan xeric scrub - 4V/IV

  • 160.

    - Central Mexican mezquital - 4E/III

  • 161.

    - Eastern Mexican matorral - 3-/-

  • 162.

    - Eastern Mexican mezquital - 4V/IV

  • 163.

    - Central Mexican cactus scrub - 3-/-

  • 164.

    - Pueblan Xeric Scrub - 3C/II*

  • 165.

    - Guerreran cactus scrub - 3V/III

MANGROVES See details on mangrove ecoregions Mangrove Ecosystems of Latin America

in the chapter 2.4.1

A

and the Caribbean,

WWF

Conservation Assessment (Olson et al. 1996)

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