Japan Forest Islands bioregion
- 38,032Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 7Number of Ecoregions
- 58%Protection Target
- 5Protection Level
The Japan Forest Islands bioregion is located in the Eastern Eurasia realm (eastern Palearctic) and contains seven ecoregions – Hokkaido Deciduous Forests (666), Nihonkai Evergreen Forests (670), Nihonkai Montane Deciduous Forests (671), Taiheiyo Evergreen Forests (682), Taiheiyo Montane Deciduous Forests (683), Hokkaido Montane Conifer Forests (698), Honshu Alpine Conifer Forests (699) – totaling approximately 38 million hectares of land area.
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