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Irano-Anatolian Definition

(Wikipedia) - Irano-Anatolian

The Irano-Anatolian region is a biodiversity hotspot designated by Conservation International, extending across portions of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Turkmenistan. It includes highlands of the central and eastern Anatolian Plateau as well as the Zagros, Alborz, and Kopet Dag mountain ranges.

The ecoregions included within the hotspot are:

  • Central Anatolian steppe
  • Central Anatolian deciduous forests
  • Eastern Anatolian deciduous forests
  • Eastern Anatolian montane steppe
  • Elburz Range forest steppe
  • Kopet Dag woodlands and forest steppe
  • Zagros Mountains forest steppe
External links
  • Irano-Anatolian (Conservation International)
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Tags:Alborz, Anatolian, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Irano-Anatolian, Iraq, Plateau, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Wikipedia, Zagros, Zagros Mountains

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