Montane grasslands and shrublands
Southern Asia: Central Afghanistan
25,700 square miles
Location and General Description
Types and Severity of Threats
Justification of Ecoregion Delineation
This ecoregion is located in a mountainous region of central Afghanistan. The boundaries were drawn according to Freitag’s (1971) map of natural vegetation. They correspond to the region classified as thornbush meadows and alpine grasslands.
Freitag, H. 1971. Studies in the natural vegetation of Afghanistan. Pages 89-106 in P. H. Davis, Harper, and I. C. Hedge, editors. Plant life of South-West Asia. The Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.
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