Indochina Mixed Forests & Peatlands bioregion
- 91,172Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 17Number of Ecoregions
- 32%Protection Target
- 5Protection Level
The Indochina Mixed Forests & Peatlands bioregion is located in the Southeast Asian Forests subrealm of Indomalaya and contains 15 terrestrial ecoregions – Red River Freshwater Swamp Forests , Northern Vietnam Lowland Rainforests , Northern Annamites Rainforests , Southern Annamites Montane Rainforests , Southern Vietnam Lowland Dry Forests , Southeastern Indochina Dry Evergreen Forests , Central Indochina Dry Forests , Tonle Sap-Mekong Peat Swamp Forest , Tonle Sap Freshwater Swamp Forests , Cardamom Mountains Rainforests , Chao Phraya Lowland Moist Deciduous Forests , Chao Phraya Freshwater Swamp Forests , Northern Thailand-Laos Moist Deciduous Forests , Luang Prabang Montane Rainforests , Northern Khorat Plateau Moist Deciduous Forests , Indochina Mangroves , South China Sea Islands  – totaling approximately 90.5 million hectares of land area. This bioregion also includes the South China Sea Islands (267) and surrounding marine areas.
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