paleotropical

paleotropical

[¦pāl·ē·ō′träp·ə·kəl]
(ecology)
Of or pertaining to a biogeographic region that includes the Oriental and Ethiopian regions. Also spelled palaeotropical.
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In the floristic regions of the World (Takhtajan, 1978), the line corresponds well to the demarcation between the East Asiatic Kingdom (Wu & Wu, 1996) or Holarctic Kingdom and the Paleotropical Kingdom.
Revision of Paleotropical Megalastrum (Dryopteridaceae).
With regard to forest management, the lack of floristic identity between neotropical and paleotropical SDTF and savannas makes cross-continental comparison in some contexts almost meaningless.
Neotropical lianas are smaller and less stable than paleotropical lianas and large lianas are less common in Neotropical forests than African forests (Emmons and Gentry, 1983).
2010), should have generated a distinct sedimentological and stratigraphic imprint on far-field paleotropical carbonate platforms.
Convergence in tent architecture and tent-making behavior among Neotropical and Paleotropical bats.
Corresponde a zona paleotropical cuja vegetacao esta submetida a dupla estacionalidade fisiologica, provocadas uma pelo frio e outra pela seca (VELOSO e GOES FILHO, 1982).
Alders on ravines and banks hosting populations of paleotropical ferns of community interest: Woodwardia radicans and Trichomanes speciosum .
En el caso de especies con distribucion Neotropical y Paleotropical fueron referidas como Pantropical.