biotic province

biotic province

[bī′äd·ik ′präv·əns]
(ecology)
A community, according to some systems of classification, occupying an area where similarity of climate, physiography, and soils leads to the recurrence of similar combinations of organisms.
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villae, which is distributed in the La Sierra Madre Oriental biotic province of the central mountains of Tamaulipas, Mexico.
Blair (1952) stated that the Tamaulipan biotic province was one of the most interesting regions in Texas because it was an area in which diverse faunas and floras meet and intermingle.
The 45,000-ha area is within the CSP, which is part of the Tamaulipan biotic province (Dice 1943, Blair 1950).
The largest population occurred in the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV) of Texas, a four-county region at the southern-most portion of the state in the Tamaulipian biotic province (Blair 1950, Hayslette et al.
In the Lower Rio Grande Valley, red-billed pigeons occur in the falcon woodland biotic community of the Tamaulipan biotic province (Blair, 1950; Butterwick and Strong, 1976), which is ranked fifth in the top 100 nationally significant fish and wildlife areas (United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1980).
HCSNA lies within the Edwards Plateau vegetation zone (Gould 1975) and the Balconian biotic province (Blair 1950).
2 ha of Chihuahuan Thorn Forest biotic community (Jahrsdoerfer & Leslie 1988) within the larger area that Blair (1950) referred to as the Tamaulipan Biotic Province.
This section of the Rio Grande marks a gradual transition from the Chihuahuan Biotic Province towards a landscape that becomes increasingly characteristic of the convergence zone between the Balconian and Tamaulipan biotic provinces described by Blair (1940; 1950) and Dice (1943).
Burroughs Park is located within the Pineywoods area of the Austroriparian biotic province as defined by Blair (1950).
The Post Oak Savannah is included within the Texan biotic province, which includes no endemic vertebrates (Blair 1950).
Located within the Kansan Biotic Province (Blair 1950), Taylor County is bordered by Jones, Shackleford, Callahan, Coleman, Runnels, Nolan and Fisher counties.
Mammals from the southern border of the Kansan Biotic Province.