Northern Indochina subtropical forests

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The Northern Indochina subtropical forests are a subtropical moist broadleaf forest ecoregion of northern Indochina, covering portions of Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, and China's Yunnan Province.

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The Northern Indochina subtropical forests occupy the highlands of northern Indochina, extending from Northeastern Vietnam, where they cover the upper portion of the Red River watershed and the northern Annamite Range, across northern Laos and northernmost Thailand and southeastern Yunnan to Shan State in eastern Myanmar.

The Northern Indochina subtropical forests are a transition between the tropical forests of Indochina and the subtropical and temperate forests of China and the Tibetan Plateau.

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