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LEVEL II Globally Important or Nationally Urgent Ecoregions in Mexico

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    28 out of 98 ecoregions

Terrestrial - 17 ecoregions out of 50

Tabasco/Veracruz savannas - (Immersed in 4 - Peten Veracruz moist forests) Tehuantepec savannas - (Partially in 83 - Chiapas depression dry forests) Veracruz oak forests - (Immersed by 4 - Peten Veracruz moist forests and 5 - Sierra de los Tuxtlas) Veracruz dry forests - (Southern portion of 1 - Veracruz moist forests) Central American Pacific dry forests - (In 84 - Central American Pacific dry forests and partially in Southern Pacific dry forests) Veracruz palm savannas - (Immersed in 81 - Veracruz dry forests and 4 Peten Veracruz moist forests) Laguna Madre wetlands - (Norheast corner of 126 - Tamaulipas Pastizal) Central Mexican wetlands - (142- Central Mexican wetlands) Tamaulipas/Veracruz dry forests - (Northern polygon basically in 165 - Tamaulipas mezquital, Central polygon in 1 - Veracruz moist forests, northern polygon in 81 - Veracruz dry forests) Tehuantepec moist forests - (Basically 4 - Peten - Veracruz moist forests) Sinaloan dry forests - (76 - Sinaloan dry forests. plus the southern portion of 223 Sonora /Sinaloan transition) Central American pine-oak forests - (Basically 120 - Central American pine-oak forests) Sierra Madre Oriental pine-oak forests - (Reduced version of 115 - Sierra Madre Oriental pine-oak forests) Jalisco palm Savannas - (Inmersed in 77 - Jalisco dry forests) Chihuahuan xeric scrub - (Basically 164- Chihuahuan desert and 167 -Meseta Central matorral) Sierra de Juarez pine-oak forests - (113 - Sierra de Juarez & San Pedro Martir pine-oak forests and highland portion of 159 - California Coastal Sage and chaparral) Sonoran xeric scrub - (Northeastern and southern portion of 162 - Sonoran Desert and northern portion of 163 - Gulf of California xeric scrub)

Freshwater - 2 ecoregions out of 28

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