tropical seasonal forest

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A tropical forest that grows in regions with a marked dry season. There is some defoliation during the dry season, the degree depending on the severity of the moisture deficit. The structure of the forest is also simpler than that of the rain forest, with fewer tree strata, and less luxuriant growths of climbing and herbaceous plants.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.

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