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I

Mediterranean Scrub 147.- California coastal sage-chaparral

I Ia

Desert and Xeric Srublands 157.- Northern Sonora cactus scrub 164.- Pueblan xeric scrub

Level I = Highest Priority at Regional Scale

Level I (in italics) = Critical and Globally/Regionally Outstanding or Endangered and Globally Outstanding

Level Ia = Ecoregion considered of Highest Priority at Regional Scale to achieve bioregional representation.

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Ia

Grasslands/Savannas/Shrublands 108.- Tabasco/Veracruz savannas

I Ia

Flooded Grasslands 124.- Central Mexican Wetlands 125.- Jalisco palm savannas

Ia

Montane Grasslands 135.- Mexican alpine tundra

MEXICAN ECOREGIONS OF HIGHEST PRIORITY AT REGIONAL SCALE

XERIC FORMATIONS

GRASSLANDS/SAVANNAS/SHRUBLANDS

Ia

Tropical Moist Broadleaf Forests 8.- Tehuantepec moist forests

I I Ia

Tropical Dry Broadleaf Forests 67.- Jalisco dry forests 68.- Balsas dry forests 66.- Tamaulipas/Veracruz dry forests

MAJOR ECOSYSTEM TYPE

TROPICAL BROADLEAF FORESTS

Level

Major Habitat Type Ecoregion

CONIFER/TEMPERATE BROADLEAF FORESTS

I I I

  • 95.

    - Sierra Madre Occidental pine-oak forests

  • 99.

    - Mexican transvolcanic pine-oak forests

  • 101.

    - Sierra Madre del Sur pine-oak forests

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