The palearctic is one of the eight écozone terrestrial S or biogeographic areas.
It corresponds primarily to the terrestrial écorégions of the Europe, the north of the Asia (until the north of the the Himalayas), of the Africa (in the north of the the Sahara) and a small portion of the the Middle East.
From a physical point of view, it is a écozone of very large surface, but relatively little varied, because of primarily moderated or cold climate. It does not contain any zone with tropical climate, but certain zones are arid, the such Greece, the south of the Spain or the Sicily.
Because of its large surface, it is often subdivided in two zones, the palearctic west and the palearctic one is, the the Ural constituting the limit between the “east” and the “west”.
The palearctic one and the Néarctique present many similarities from a point of view fauna and Flore, because of terrestrial connections of the Bering Strait. For this reason, it is sometimes refers to the Holarctique zone to indicate the whole of these two zones.
- River of Europe : divided into River per country
- River of Russia
Single families with this écozone
Écorégions terrestrial of the palearctic one
Flora of the Palearctic one
- Plants with seeds by scientific name
- Plants with spores by scientific name
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