Southeast Indonesian Dry Forest Islands bioregion
- 8,392Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 3Number of Ecoregions
- 44%Protection Target
- 2Protection Level
The Southeast Indonesian bioregion, located in the Australasia realm, includes most of the Lesser Sunda Islands, of long chain of volcanic islands running along the Flores and Savu Seas, from Timor-Leste to the Lombok Strait that divides the Australasian and Indomalayan realms. This bioregion is dominated by tropical dry forests with three ecoregions – Sumba Deciduous Forests , Lesser Sundas Deciduous Forests , Timor and Wetar Deciduous Forests  – totaling more than 8 million hectares of land area.
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