Mesoamerican pine-oak forests

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The Mesoamerican pine-oak forests is a composite ecoregion of southern Mexico and Central America, designated by the World Wildlife Fund as one of their Global 200 ecoregions, a list of priority ecoregions for conservation.

These forests include montane subtropical forests where pine and oak trees predominate, stretching across several major mountain ranges, including the Trans-Mexican volcanic belt and the Sierra Madre del Sur. Ecoregions include:

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