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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forests_of_Mexico

The forests of Mexico cover a surface area of about 64 million hectares, or 34.5% of the country. .... Natural vegetation that surrounds the archeological site of Uxmal ...

www.britannica.com/place/Mexico/Plant-and-animal-life

The semiarid Balsas Depression has tropical scrub vegetation composed of ... In contrast, the natural wildlife of northern Mexico was severely affected by the ...

www.voyagesphotosmanu.com/mexico_plants_animals.html

Sep 11, 2017 ... ... extremely varied. Mexican fauna also varies according to the climatic zones. ... Arctic vegetation is found at the highest elevations in Mexico.

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040618297000323

Neo-ecologists make assumptions about a 'natural' or potential vegetation when ... of the Bajío of Central Mexico from archival repositories, to characterise the ...

www.countriesquest.com/north_america/mexico/land_and_resources/plant_and_animal_life.htm

Much of northern Mexico is covered by desert vegetation, including mesquite, cactus, ... more of the natural flora and fauna have survived in southern Mexico.

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Neo-ecologists make assumptions about a 'natural' or potential vegetation when they argue whether a particular landscape is in secondary and degraded ...

onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.2307/1931569/pdf

1) of Mexican vegetation was compiled as part of a survey of the wildlife resources of Mexico.1. The objective has been to divide the country into natural biogeo-.

www.researchgate.net/figure/247854844_fig1_FIGURE-1-The-four-types-of-vegetation-in-Mexico-divided-into-two-important

FIGURE 1. The four types of vegetation in Mexico, divided into two important biogeographic zones by the Tropic of Cancer: Tropical vegetation, with both ...

www.quora.com/What-type-of-vegetation-grows-naturally-in-Mexico-City-How-has-changed-throughout-time

México City is surrounded by perennial and non-perennial conifer forests, where the corresponding forest shrubs, ferns and vegetation.