Les Andes tropicales forment un ensemble biogéographique dans le nord-ouest de l'Amérique du Sud défini par Conservation International comme un hotspot de biodiversité.

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  • Les Andes tropicales forment un ensemble biogéographique dans le nord-ouest de l'Amérique du Sud défini par Conservation International comme un hotspot de biodiversité.
  • The Tropical Andes is a subregion of the Andes spanning all of the Andes except the southern mediterranean and temperate zones. The Tropical Andes is a biodiversity hotspot named the "global epicenter of biodiversity" according to the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.[citation needed]The Tropical Andes area is an area of rich biodiversity. This location holds about 45,000 plant species of which 20,000 are endemic. There are over 3,000 vertebrate species with about 1,500 endemic. Besides plants and vertebrates, 1666 bird species, 479 reptile species, and 830 amphibian species reside in the Tropical Andes. All hotspots are important for conservation biology, especially the tropical Andes with so many endemic species. The biodiversity within the Tropical Andes is dwindling down in numbers due to threats. The Tropical Andes area also spans 1,542,644 km2.
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  • Les Andes tropicales forment un ensemble biogéographique dans le nord-ouest de l'Amérique du Sud défini par Conservation International comme un hotspot de biodiversité.
  • The Tropical Andes is a subregion of the Andes spanning all of the Andes except the southern mediterranean and temperate zones. The Tropical Andes is a biodiversity hotspot named the "global epicenter of biodiversity" according to the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.[citation needed]The Tropical Andes area is an area of rich biodiversity. This location holds about 45,000 plant species of which 20,000 are endemic. There are over 3,000 vertebrate species with about 1,500 endemic.
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  • Andes tropicales
  • Tropical Andes
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