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Forests

Meanings and phrases

montane forests

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  • Its habitat is montane forests from to altitude.
  • The species is arboreal and lives in montane forests.
  • The habitat consists of semi-montane and montane forests.

lowland forests

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  • The habitat consists of primary lowland forests.
  • It is found in wet lowland forests in Peru and Brazil.
  • The habitat consists of lowland forests.

moist lowland forests

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  • Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

moist montane forests

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  • It is a resident breeder of tropical moist montane forests in parts of East Africa.
  • It is a resident breeder in the tropical moist montane forests of southeast Kenya and northeast Tanzania.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

dry forests

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  • Its natural habitats are rainforest and dry forests.
  • In Vietnam, it is described as common in dry forests.
  • The habitat consists of dry forests in Guinea savanna.

pine forests

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  • It is surrounded by pine forests and vineyards.
  • On dry "islands" there are areas deciduous pine forests.
  • The species prefers settled pine forests.

forests and subtropical

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  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.

deciduous forests

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  • It is not as often found in dry deciduous forests.
  • The hot and dry summer gives the deciduous forests.
  • The Middle Andamans harbour mostly moist deciduous forests.

tropical dry forests

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  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
  • The pine-oak forests lie between elevation, and are surrounded at lower elevations by tropical moist forests and tropical dry forests.
  • The Atlantic Forest region is home to tropical and subtropical moist forests, tropical dry forests, tropical savannas, and mangrove forests.

rain forests

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  • Its natural habitat includes lowland rain forests.
  • Areas of mountain rain forests are located inland.
  • Sri Lanka montane rain forests includes in EBA Sri Lanka.

tropical forests

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  • Its natural habitat is African tropical forests.
  • This bat inhabits humid tropical forests.
  • All of the species in the genus live in the tropical forests of Africa.

consists of forests

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  • The habitat consists of forests and swamp forests.
  • The habitat consists of forests and cleared lands.
  • The habitat consists of forests and forest edges.

coniferous forests

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  • They inhabit dry meadows or dry coniferous forests.
  • There are temperate broadleaf, mixed and coniferous forests.
  • The mountains are generally covered with coniferous forests.

dense forests

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  • The former is typical of bulls in dense forests.
  • Karen village is surrounded by dense forests.
  • However, crowns are narrower and shallower in dense forests.

mixed forests

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  • Typically habitats include deciduous or mixed forests.
  • Belt Woods lies within the Southeastern mixed forests ecoregion.
  • Grey-headed woodpeckers live in both deciduous and mixed forests.

mangrove forests

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  • On the coastline are numerous sandy beaches and mangrove forests.
  • The most pristine mangrove forests are found in Koh Kong Province.
  • The place has expanses of mangrove forests, paddy fields and coconut groves.

moist forests

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  • It likes tropical dry and moist forests.
  • The river drains the Guayanan Highlands moist forests ecoregion.

evergreen forests

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  • The habitat consists of submontane evergreen forests.
  • The habitat consists of dense upland evergreen forests.
  • Conover for its abundant evergreen forests.

temperate forests

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  • They usually grow in temperate forests associated with Alders.
  • The Middle Pleistocene deposits indicate a warm temperate climate, and temperate forests of land.
  • Species are common in northern temperate forests, producing medium to large fleshy fruit bodies of various colors.

forests ecoregion

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  • It is part of the Northeastern coastal forests ecoregion.
  • The park is part of the Magellanic subpolar forests ecoregion.
  • The river drains the Guayanan Highlands moist forests ecoregion.

cloud forests

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  • Haputale is surrounded by hills covered with cloud forests and tea plantations.
  • It is found from coastal plains to cloud forests as high as , but is more common below .
  • It is endemic and restricted to cloud forests of central highlands of Sri Lanka such as Horton Plains.

forests and rivers

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  • The government has designated several regions as Ecologically Critical Areas, including wetlands, forests and rivers.
  • Because of this, New Brunswickers tend to attribute their cultural heritage less with the sea and more with their forests and rivers.
  • The town of Okunezato was based on the real-life town Karuizawa; Kanazawa had wanted to set a game in the actual Karuizawa, but was asked to make it a fictitious place, so he took artistic liberties with the location and changed it to a crescent-shaped town surrounded by forests and rivers; some specific areas remained largely unchanged, such as Okunezato's main street, based on the Old Karuizawa Ginza Avenue.

wet forests

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  • They are more likely to be found in wet forests.
  • The habitat consists of dense, wet forests.

national forests

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  • The two would share adventure in America's national forests and scenic wonderlands.
  • Many lands started out as preserves, but were expanded by later presidents and made into national forests.
  • The platform did not specify whether the lands would include national parks, national forests, or wilderness areas.

broadleaf forests

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  • This habitat consists of tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests.
  • Therefore, it grows in valleys and swampy areas within the lowland tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests that carpet eastern Madagascar.
  • It prefers mostly forested habitats such as tropical rainforests, evergreen forests, deciduous forests, tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests.

coastal forests

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  • It is part of the Northeastern coastal forests ecoregion.
  • The habitat consists of coastal forests.

mountain forests

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  • Its natural habitat is in open mountain forests.
  • This woodpecker inhabits dense mountain forests above 1,000 m as well as urban areas.
  • It grows in many types of habitat from mountain forests to grassland to desert scrub.

heavy forests

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  • Out of the forested land, all of the forested land area is covered with heavy forests.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 1.3% of the area Out of the forested land, all of the forested land area is covered with heavy forests.

secondary forests

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  • The habitat consists of primary and secondary forests.
  • The habitat consists of primary forests and dense secondary forests.

hardwood forests

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  • They can also be seen at streamsides and in open hardwood forests.
  • The vegetation in the area consists of second-growth hardwood forests.

state forests

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  • Most of it lies within the Morton National Park or state forests.
  • Much of it lies within the Jerrawangala National Park or state forests.
  • In 1962, Toro Negro had , representing 11.32% of Puerto Rico's state forests.

forests at elevations

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  • They inhabit arid shrubs and forests at elevations greater than 1,500 meters or 4,921 feet.
  • "Ichthyophis nguyenorum" inhabits tropical evergreen forests at elevations of above sea level.
  • In Bhutan, it has been recorded in Royal Manas National Park, and in broadleaved and mixed conifer forests at elevations up to in Jigme Dorji National Park and Wangchuck Centennial National Park.

oak forests

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  • In Spessart there are great oak forests.
  • In France, Colbert planted oak forests to supply the French navy in the future.
  • The tree is thought to be a descendant of the once widespread ancient oak forests of Ireland.

swamp forests

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  • The habitat consists of forests and swamp forests.
  • Peat swamp forests occupy the entire coastline of Borneo.
  • Conversion of peat swamp forests to oil palm plantations is a major threat.

conifer forests

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  • The understorey of moist conifer forests may contain thickets of bamboo.
  • Myakka River State Park is in the southeastern conifer forests ecoregion.
  • The surrounding area is heavily wooded, with mixed hardwood and conifer forests.

boreal forests

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  • The boreal forests account for four-fifths of Canada's forestland.
  • Bird species like the rare Bicknell's thrush and ruffed grouse nest in the boreal forests.
  • The Shield is also covered by vast boreal forests that support an important logging industry.

primary forests

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  • The habitat consists of dense, primary forests.

found in forests

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  • It is found in forests and moist places at altitudes of .
  • They are mostly found in forests, both deciduous and evergreen.
  • Most species are found in forests.

forests around

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  • The forests around Creswick were reserved later in 1866.
  • Between 2000 and 2012, of forests around the world were cut down.
  • Mountain forests around the Mediterranean and in Britain had been cleared 1,500 years ago.

through forests

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  • The highway runs to the northeast away from the river through forests.
  • The Mauritius kestrel hunts by means of short, swift flights through forests.
  • M-65 runs inland through several small communities in the region, passing through forests and fields along its course.

native forests

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  • They add trees and shrubs to the native forests, "to give greater variety."
  • The wild and unspoilt have a rich variety of flora, ancient oaks, native forests.
  • This was to address growing timber shortages as slow-growing native forests were exhausted.

forests near

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  • Typical habitat is moist forests near water with dense understorey of bamboos.
  • After the fall of the uprising, Rozenfeld took refuge in forests near Wyszków, where he fought in a unit of the People's Guard.
  • After the UPC was made illegal on 13 July 1955 by the French government, Ruben Um Nyobé became a guerrilla in the forests near Boumnyébel.

surrounding forests

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  • They also sold wood from the surrounding forests and practiced lace-making.
  • Remnants of the Winter War, such as trenches and dug-outs, can be seen in the surrounding forests.
  • (see also: Villa Rufinella) The surrounding forests were used as a game reserve and for sport fishing.

thick forests

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  • In the valley meadows flowers of every color grow, sheltered by thick forests.
  • From fertile floors, orchards and thick forests rise to touch snow-covered peaks.
  • It can be called a gated community, surrounded by the thick forests of the Western Ghats.
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