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The Himalayan subtropical broadleaf forests is an ecoregion that extends from the middle hills of central Nepal through Darjeeling into Bhutan and also into the Indian States of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. It represents the east-west-directed band of subtropical broadleaf forest at an altitude of between 500 to 1,000 m (1,600 to 3,300 ft) along the Outer Himalayan Range, and includes several forest types traversing an east to west moisture gradient.

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  • Himalayan subtropical broadleaf forests
  • Forests sub-tropicals de fulla ampla de l'Himàlaia
  • Himalajaj subtropikaj foliarbaroj
  • Foreste di latifoglie subtropicali dell'Himalaya
  • Гималайские субтропические широколиственные леса
  • Гімалайські субтропічні широколисті ліси
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  • Els boscos subtropicals de fulla ampla de l'Himàlaia, és una ecoregió que s'estén des de les muntanyes mitjanes del centre del Nepal passant per Darjeeling fins a Bhutan i també a l'estat indi d'Uttar Pradesh. Representa la banda de bosc de subtropical de fulla ampla orientada a est-oest a una altitud d'entre 500 a 1.000 m al llarg de la serralada de l'Himàlaia exterior i inclou diversos tipus de bosc que s'adapten a un gradient d'humitat d'est a oest.
  • La himalajaj subtropikaj foliarbaroj estas tersupraĵa ekoregiono el la hinda ekoprovinco de la orientalisa ekozono laŭ la tipologio de la Monda Natur-Fonduso (WWF). Biome ĝi apartenas al tropikaj kaj subtropikaj humidaj foliarbaroj de Barato, Butano kaj Nepalo.
  • The Himalayan subtropical broadleaf forests is an ecoregion that extends from the middle hills of central Nepal through Darjeeling into Bhutan and also into the Indian States of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. It represents the east-west-directed band of subtropical broadleaf forest at an altitude of between 500 to 1,000 m (1,600 to 3,300 ft) along the Outer Himalayan Range, and includes several forest types traversing an east to west moisture gradient.
  • Le foreste di latifoglie subtropicali dell'Himalaya sono un'ecoregione dell'ecozona indomalese, definita dal WWF, che si estende prevalentemente attraverso le colline del Nepal centrale, ma copre anche settori del Darjeeling, del Bhutan e dello stato indiano dell'Uttar Pradesh (codice ecoregione: IM0115). Rappresentano una fascia di foresta di latifoglie subtropicale che si allunga da est ad ovest ad un'altitudine di circa 500-1000 m lungo le colline dei Sivalik, e comprende tipi diversi di vegetazione man mano che aumenta il gradiente delle precipitazioni, procedendo da occidente verso oriente.
  • Гимала́йские субтропи́ческие широколи́ственные леса́ — экорегион в Индии, Непале, Бутане и Пакистане.
  • Гімалайські субтропічні широколисті ліси-екорегіон в Індії, Непалі, Бутані і Пакистані.
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