Northeast India-Myanmar pine forests

India–Myanmar Pine ForestsNortheast India-Burma pine forests
The Northeast India-Myanmar pine forests is a montane subtropical coniferous forest ecoregion in the mountains of Northeastern India and adjacent portions of Myanmar (also known as Burma).wikipedia
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Northeast India

North-East IndiaNorth East IndiaNortheastern India
The Northeast India-Myanmar pine forests is a montane subtropical coniferous forest ecoregion in the mountains of Northeastern India and adjacent portions of Myanmar (also known as Burma).

Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rainforest ecoregion

Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forestsMizoram-Manipur-Kachin rainforest
The pine forests are surrounded at lower elevations by the predominantly broadleaf Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forests and are part of the huge Burma Monsoon Forest transition zone between the South Asia and Indochina ecozones.
The Northeast India-Burma pine forests occupy the higher elevations of the Naga Hills along the Nagaland-Burma border, and are surrounded by the Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forests west, south and east.

Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane forests

Chin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane forests ecoregionChin Hills-Arakan Yoma montane rain forests
Two enclaves of Northeast India-Myanmar pine forests lie immediately to the north.

Ecoregion

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The Northeast India-Myanmar pine forests is a montane subtropical coniferous forest ecoregion in the mountains of Northeastern India and adjacent portions of Myanmar (also known as Burma).

Myanmar

BurmaBurmeseBurma (Myanmar)
The Northeast India-Myanmar pine forests is a montane subtropical coniferous forest ecoregion in the mountains of Northeastern India and adjacent portions of Myanmar (also known as Burma).

Naga Hills

NagaNaga hillNagahill Ophiolite Site
The ecoregion covers an area of 9700 km² of the Naga Hills that with the Patkai (including the Lushai Hills) and the Manipur Hills form part of the Burmese-Java arc of folded mountains that run south-east of the Himalayas and make up the India-Myanmar border region.

Patkai

Patkai RangePatkai HillsPatkoi
The ecoregion covers an area of 9700 km² of the Naga Hills that with the Patkai (including the Lushai Hills) and the Manipur Hills form part of the Burmese-Java arc of folded mountains that run south-east of the Himalayas and make up the India-Myanmar border region.

Lushai Hills

Mizo Hills
The ecoregion covers an area of 9700 km² of the Naga Hills that with the Patkai (including the Lushai Hills) and the Manipur Hills form part of the Burmese-Java arc of folded mountains that run south-east of the Himalayas and make up the India-Myanmar border region.

Manipur

Manipur StateKangleipakManipuris
The ecoregion covers an area of 9700 km² of the Naga Hills that with the Patkai (including the Lushai Hills) and the Manipur Hills form part of the Burmese-Java arc of folded mountains that run south-east of the Himalayas and make up the India-Myanmar border region.

Himalayas

HimalayaHimalayanHimalayan Mountains
The ecoregion covers an area of 9700 km² of the Naga Hills that with the Patkai (including the Lushai Hills) and the Manipur Hills form part of the Burmese-Java arc of folded mountains that run south-east of the Himalayas and make up the India-Myanmar border region.

Nagaland

NagaNagalimNaga Hills
The largest enclave straddles the boundary between India's Nagaland state and Myanmar, and the two smaller enclaves grows in the southern part of India's Mizoram state, also along the Myanmar border.

Mizoram

Mizoram StateLushai HillsMizo
The largest enclave straddles the boundary between India's Nagaland state and Myanmar, and the two smaller enclaves grows in the southern part of India's Mizoram state, also along the Myanmar border.

South Asia

SouthSouth AsianSouthern Asia
The pine forests are surrounded at lower elevations by the predominantly broadleaf Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forests and are part of the huge Burma Monsoon Forest transition zone between the South Asia and Indochina ecozones.

Mainland Southeast Asia

IndochinaIndo-ChinaIndochinese
The pine forests are surrounded at lower elevations by the predominantly broadleaf Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forests and are part of the huge Burma Monsoon Forest transition zone between the South Asia and Indochina ecozones.

Biogeographic realm

ecozoneecozonesbiogeographic realms
The pine forests are surrounded at lower elevations by the predominantly broadleaf Mizoram-Manipur-Kachin rain forests and are part of the huge Burma Monsoon Forest transition zone between the South Asia and Indochina ecozones.

Pine

Pinuspine treepine trees
The pine forests forms a habitat that is rare in the Indomalaya ecozone.

Indomalayan realm

IndomalayanIndomalayaIndomalaya ecozone
The pine forests forms a habitat that is rare in the Indomalaya ecozone.

Pinus latteri

Tenasserim pineP. latteri
Tenasserim pine (Pinus latteri) is the dominant species at lower elevations, sometimes associated with dipterocarps.

Species

specificspecific epithetspecific name
Tenasserim pine (Pinus latteri) is the dominant species at lower elevations, sometimes associated with dipterocarps.

Dipterocarpaceae

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Tenasserim pine (Pinus latteri) is the dominant species at lower elevations, sometimes associated with dipterocarps.

Pinus kesiya

Khasi pinePinus insularisBenguet pine
At higher elevations, Khasi pine ''(P.

Pinus wallichiana

blue pinekail pineP. wallichiana
kesiya) and blue pine (P.

Tsuga

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wallichiana) are the predominant species, associated with other evergreens including hemlocks (Tsuga) and firs (Abies), and broadleaf trees, including oaks (Quercus) and maples (Acer), while Rhododendron, Ilex, Prunus, and bamboo (Arundinaria)'' are common understory shrubs.