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Misiones

 

a province in northeastern Argentina. Area, 29,-800 sq km; population, 443,000 (1970). The capital is Posadas. Misiones is located in a humid subtropical region. It is Argentina’s main region for the cultivation of tea (primarily mate), tung trees, and citrus fruits. Agricultural products are processed, and there is a lumber industry.

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laucha was first mentioned for Misiones province by Massoia (1980, 1983), based on materials derived from owl pellets recovered in the locality of El Cruce, about 7 km NE Aposteles.
In addition to the UPAF and AMF, in the Southern end of Misiones province there is another ecoregion: Southern Cone Mesopotamian Savanna (SCMS).
Among the plans reportedly being discussed is the negotiation of another military base in Argentina's Misiones Province, located in the Northeastern corner of the country at the border between Paraguay and Brazil.
Informed consent was obtained from all participants and the study was approved by the human subjects review committee of Misiones Province.
Finally deciding to tell the truth after escaping death, the young model from the Misiones province in north-eastern Argentina has now given the full details of the abuse that she has suffered at his hands.
In the case study addressed in Misiones province (Argentina), the proposed method was suitable for the purpose of gathering information (in the absence of empirical data) providing evidence for the proposed methodological procedure to create flexible networks of SMEs in cooperation municipalities and regions of lower socio-economic development of rational and effective, from a strategic orientation to sustainable local development that enhances local capacities.
caingua in the Cerrado and Atlantic Forest, which includes all extent of occurrence of the current species' distribution, but higher probabilities of occurrence mostly include the western region of Parana state, south of Mato Grosso do Sul state, southeastern Paraguay, and Misiones Province in Argentina (Figure 2D and 2E).
14 km FracrEin 1020, Department Guarani, Misiones Province, has few sources of water, which is accentuated with deforestation occurring in the fields of agricultural produce decreased activity and loss of existing sources of water in the area, preventing horticultural production and water available for consumption in the homes of families, recharging the work of women and children by carrying water.
apicalis, was described from Misiones province and from the department of Lavalleja (Uruguay), both localities with quartz sand.