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Philippines & Sulu Sea Tropical Forests bioregion

The bioregion’s land area is provided in units of 1,000 hectares. The protection goal is the combined Global Safety Net (GSN1) areas for the component ecoregions. The protection level indicates the percentage of the GSN goal that is currently protected on a scale of 0-10. N/A means data is not available at this time.

  • 30,044
    Total Land Area (1000 ha)
  • 9
    Number of Ecoregions
  • 54%
    Protection Target
  • 3
    Protection Level

The Philippines & Sulu Sea Tropical Forests bioregion is located in the Southeast Asian Forests subrealm of Indomalaya and contains nine ecoregions – Luzon Rainforests [1], Luzon Montane Rainforests [2], Luzon Tropical Pine Forests [3], Palawan Rainforests [4], Mindoro Rainforests [5], Greater Negros-Panay Rainforests [6], Mindanao-Eastern Visayas Rainforests [7], Mindanao Montane Rainforests [8], Sulu Archipelago Rainforests [9] – totaling approximately 30 million hectares of land area. 

The Philippines & Sulu Sea Tropical Forests bioregion is part of the Indomalaya subrealm and is made up of nine ecoregions: Luzon Rainforests [1], Luzon Montane Rainforests [2], Luzon Tropical Pine Forests [3], Palawan Rainforests [4], Mindoro Rainforests [5], Greater Negros-Panay Rainforests [6], Mindanao-Eastern Visayas Rainforests [7], Mindanao Montane Rainforests [8], Sulu Archipelago Rainforests [9].

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