Red Sea, Arabian Deserts & Salt Marshes bioregion
- 332,859Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 14Number of Ecoregions
- 45%Protection Target
- 1Protection Level
The Red Sea, Arabian Deserts & Salt Marshes bioregion is located in the Southern Eurasia realm (southern Palearctic) and contains 14 ecoregions – Al-Hajar Foothill Xeric Woodlands and Shrublands (722), Al-Hajar Montane Woodlands and Shrublands (723), Syrian Xeric Grasslands and Shrublands (739), Tigris-Euphrates Alluvial Salt Marsh (747), Arabian Desert (809), Arabian Sand Desert (810), Arabian-Persian Gulf Coastal Plain Desert (811), East Arabian Fog Shrublands and Sand Desert (821), Mesopotamian Shrub Desert (830), North Arabian Desert (831), North Arabian Highland Shrublands (832), Red Sea Coastal Desert (836), Red Sea-Arabian Desert Shrublands (837) South Arabian Plains and Plateau Desert (840) – totaling approximately 333 million hectares of land area.
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