Title, Ecología Basada en Zonas de Vida Issue 34 of IICA: Serie libros y materiales educativos. Author, Leslie R. Holdridge H. Publisher, IICA, Length, Ecología basada en zonas de vida. Responsibility: Leslie R. Holdridge, ilustrada por Joseph A. Tosi, traductor Humberto Jiménez Saa. Imprint: San Jose, Costa. Get this from a library! Ecología basada en zonas de vida. [L R Holdridge].
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Relations were inferred from temperature and rainfall data recorded at weather stations and by sampling the vegetation around these stations. Across this extensive area three macrobioclimates were identified, Mediterranean, Temperate and Bo- real, within which we were able to distinguish nine bioclimates.
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The twelfth digit is a check digit and usually appears at the bottom right of the symbol. Data on distribution, habitat and ecology, etymology, and phenology are provided. An ISSN is a standardized international code which allows the identification of a serial publication. The species is similar to Prosthechea ionocentra, but it is easily distinguishable by its inflorescence originating from the penultimate mature pseudobulb; its purple spotted sepals and petals; the cordate, acute labellum; the disc with two longer, narrower keels; the stigmatic arms of the column, which are convergent and rounded; and the narrower stigma.