Sierra de la Laguna dry forests
The dry forests cover the lower elevations of the Sierra de la Laguna, from 250 to 800 m (820 to 2,620 ft) elevation. They are surrounded at lower elevations by the San Lucan xeric scrub, which lies between sea level and 250 m (820 ft) elevation. Above 800 meters elevation, the dry forests transition to the subhumid and temperate Sierra de la Laguna pine-oak forests.
- Ecoregions of Mexico
- Natural history of Baja California Sur
- Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests
- "Sierra de la Laguna dry forests". Terrestrial Ecoregions. World Wildlife Fund. Retrieved 2010-10-01.
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