Chiquitano dry forests

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The Chiquitano dry forests is a tropical dry broadleaf forest ecoregion in Bolivia and Brazil.wikipedia
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Amazon biome

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The World Wildlife Fund includes the Chiquitano dry forests in the Amazon biome.
The World Wildlife Fund takes a similar scope, where the Amazon biome includes the Guiana Shield rain forests in the north and the Chiquitano dry forests of Bolivia.

Pantanal

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The ecoregion adjoins the Dry Chaco ecoregion to the south and the Pantanal ecoregion to the southeast.
The Pantanal is bounded by the Chiquitano dry forests to the west and northwest, by the Arid Chaco dry forests to the southwest, and the Humid Chaco to the south.

Madeira-Tapajós moist forests

Madeira-Tapajós
To the northwest it adjoins the Madeira-Tapajós moist forests and Southwest Amazon moist forests ecoregions.
In the south the bounds of the ecoregion are defined by distinct changes in vegetation, with the transition to Mato Grosso tropical dry forests in the southeast and to the Beni savanna and later the Chiquitano dry forests in the southeast.

Goodfellow's tuco-tuco

* Goodfellow's tuco-tuco
It is endemic to Bolivia, where it is found in the Chiquitano dry forest ecoregion, bordering on the cerrado.

Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests

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The Chiquitano dry forests is a tropical dry broadleaf forest ecoregion in Bolivia and Brazil.

Ecoregion

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The Chiquitano dry forests is a tropical dry broadleaf forest ecoregion in Bolivia and Brazil.

Bolivia

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The Chiquitano dry forests is a tropical dry broadleaf forest ecoregion in Bolivia and Brazil.

Brazil

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The Chiquitano dry forests is a tropical dry broadleaf forest ecoregion in Bolivia and Brazil.

Andes

AndeanAndes MountainsAndean region
The ecoregion lies east of the Andes in the lowlands of eastern Bolivia and the Brazilian states of Mato Grosso and Rondônia.

Mato Grosso

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The ecoregion lies east of the Andes in the lowlands of eastern Bolivia and the Brazilian states of Mato Grosso and Rondônia.

Rondônia

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The ecoregion lies east of the Andes in the lowlands of eastern Bolivia and the Brazilian states of Mato Grosso and Rondônia.

World Wide Fund for Nature

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The World Wildlife Fund includes the Chiquitano dry forests in the Amazon biome.

Gran Chaco

ChacoChaco regionDry Chaco
The ecoregion adjoins the Dry Chaco ecoregion to the south and the Pantanal ecoregion to the southeast.

Cerrado

Brazilian cerradoCampos CerradosCerrado ecoregion
To the northeast it blends into the Cerrado ecoregion.

Southwest Amazon moist forests

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To the northwest it adjoins the Madeira-Tapajós moist forests and Southwest Amazon moist forests ecoregions.

Tropics

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The climate of the Chiquitano dry forests is tropical, with a strong dry season during the southern hemisphere winter.

Amboró National Park

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Amboró National Park lies within the Central Andes bioregion and protects parts of several distinct ecoregions: Southwest Amazon moist forests, Dry Chaco, Bolivian montane dry forests, Chiquitano dry forests, and Yungas at higher elevations.

2019 Amazon rainforest wildfires

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The Bolivian Amazon covers 19.402 e6hectare which comprise 37.7 percent of Bolivia's forests and 17.7 percent of Bolivia's land mass. Bolivia's forests cover a total of 51.407 e6hectare, including the Chiquitano dry forests which is part of the Amazon biome and a transition zone between the Amazon rainforest and the drier forests of the southern Chaco region.

Dendropsophus arndti

D. arndti
Dendropsophus arndti has been recorded in Beni savanna, Chiquitano dry forests, and Bolivian Yungas at elevations of 148 – above sea level.