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Fig. 66 Biogeographical region. The faunal regions of the world: 1a, Palaearctic; 1b, Nearctic; 2a, Ethiopian; 2b, Madagascan; 3, Oriental; 4, Neotropical; 5, Notogaea; 6,Wallacea.

biogeographical region

the regions of the earth's surface which contain distinctive groups of animals and plants that are normally prevented from moving out of those regions by various natural barriers.
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With several ecozone developments being planned in the country, more credit facilities will be needed.
Another contribution is the upliftment of the once 5th, 4th class municipalities which are now cities because of ecozones and industries which create multiplier effect once we give their people jobs and created more businesses.
From 2009 to 2011, collared caribou in all three sub-areas used the Coastal Hudson Bay Lowland in the summer and moved south to the Hudson Bay Lowland and Boreal Shield Ecozone and James Bay Lowland in the winter (Fig.
1: Switchgrass yields during (A) establishment year (2007) and (B) first full production year (2008) by ecotype and ecozone.
The status would mean priority inside the ecozone would be given to conserving wildlife and creating new habitats.
Alongside the music there is entertainment and activities for children in the Kids' Area, as well as hands-on environmental fun in the Ecozone.
In 2006, the EU and the Bulgarian government co-funded the development of the Middle Yantra Ecozone, comprising three "geocomplexes", three "ecotrails" and one roadside park, beside the Sofia-Varna road.
IT WAS love, rather than environmental consciousness, which flashed before his eyes when Russ Callain picked up the Ecozone Ecoballs on aisle three and delivered them steadfastly to the till.
Or, better still, get some Ecozone Ecoballs from The Ethical Superstore (www.
1) whose larvae parasitize the nasal passages and pharyngeal regions of a variety of cervid hosts within the Holarctic ecozone.
TCP also is an active sponsor of the EcoZone green schools initiative in conjunction with CBS media and EcoMedia, a proud promoter of Earth Day and member of the United States Business Council of Mayors.
This volume collects botanical data on the taxonomy and chorology of species of the largest families of Compositae or Asteraceae (the aster, daisy, or sunflower family) of the Holarctic ecozone, which comprise 92 genera and 558 species found in Siberia, including a number being described for the first time.