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The Cuban moist forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion that occupies 21,400 km2 (8,300 sq mi; 5,300,000 acres) on Cuba and Isla de la Juventud. The ecoregion receives more than 2,000 mm (79 in) of rainfall annually, and does not have a dry season. Soils are usually derived from quartz, limestone, or serpentinites. Cuban moist forests can be differentiated into lowland forests (sea level to 400 m or 1,300 ft), sub-montane forests (400–800 m or 1,300–2,600 ft), and montane forests (800–1,900 m or 2,600–6,200 ft).

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  • Die Kubanischen Feuchtwälder sind eine Ökoregion tropischer Regenwälder, die eine Fläche von 21.400 km2 auf Kuba und der Isla de la Juventud bedeckt. Die Ökoregion hat keine Trockenzeit. Die Böden bildeten sich überwiegend über Quarz-, Kalk- oder Serpentinit-Gestein. Kubanische Feuchtwälder können in Tiefebenenwälder in Höhenlagen bis zu 400 Metern, „Vorbergswälder“ in Höhenlagen von 400 bis 800 Metern und Bergwälder in Höhenlagen von 800 bis 1900 Metern eingeteilt werden. (de)
  • The Cuban moist forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion that occupies 21,400 km2 (8,300 sq mi; 5,300,000 acres) on Cuba and Isla de la Juventud. The ecoregion receives more than 2,000 mm (79 in) of rainfall annually, and does not have a dry season. Soils are usually derived from quartz, limestone, or serpentinites. Cuban moist forests can be differentiated into lowland forests (sea level to 400 m or 1,300 ft), sub-montane forests (400–800 m or 1,300–2,600 ft), and montane forests (800–1,900 m or 2,600–6,200 ft). (en)
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  • Vulnerable (en)
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  • Greater Antillean moist forests (en)
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  • Montane forest, Pico Turquino (en)
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  • Cuban moist forests (en)
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  • Die Kubanischen Feuchtwälder sind eine Ökoregion tropischer Regenwälder, die eine Fläche von 21.400 km2 auf Kuba und der Isla de la Juventud bedeckt. Die Ökoregion hat keine Trockenzeit. Die Böden bildeten sich überwiegend über Quarz-, Kalk- oder Serpentinit-Gestein. Kubanische Feuchtwälder können in Tiefebenenwälder in Höhenlagen bis zu 400 Metern, „Vorbergswälder“ in Höhenlagen von 400 bis 800 Metern und Bergwälder in Höhenlagen von 800 bis 1900 Metern eingeteilt werden. (de)
  • The Cuban moist forests is a tropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion that occupies 21,400 km2 (8,300 sq mi; 5,300,000 acres) on Cuba and Isla de la Juventud. The ecoregion receives more than 2,000 mm (79 in) of rainfall annually, and does not have a dry season. Soils are usually derived from quartz, limestone, or serpentinites. Cuban moist forests can be differentiated into lowland forests (sea level to 400 m or 1,300 ft), sub-montane forests (400–800 m or 1,300–2,600 ft), and montane forests (800–1,900 m or 2,600–6,200 ft). (en)
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  • Kubanische Feuchtwälder (de)
  • Cuban moist forests (en)
  • Kubaj humidaj arbaroj (eo)
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