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  • adjective Not seasonal


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a- +‎ seasonal


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  • The forest habitats of this ecoregion include Atlantic slope "aseasonal" rain forest, Pacific slope seasonally dry but mostly evergreen forest, and "perpetually dripping cloud forest" on the mountain tops, above approximately 1,500 m.

    Talamancan montane forests 2010

  • This hot and humid aseasonal tropical ecoregion receives on average 2,500 mm of precipitation per year.

    Juruá-Purus moist forests 2008

  • This hot and humid aseasonal tropical region receives on average 2,500 millimeters (mm) of precipitation per year but with some areas to 3,500 mm.

    Juruá-Purus moist forests 2008

  • The region has a relatively aseasonal climate with an average annual temperature of 24°C.

    Solimões-Japurá moist forest 2008

  • Rainfall is aseasonal, but shows great variability between years.

    Great Victoria desert 2008

  • The predominant forest types found in the ecoregion include evergreen rain forest, moist deciduous forest, and seasonal and aseasonal montane forest.

    Eastern Java-Bali montane rain forests 2008

  • The main forest types in this ecoregion are evergreen rain forest, semi-evergreen rain forest, and aseasonal montane forest.

    Western Java montane rain forests 2008

  • All life-cycle stages of the booby were found during this survey, suggesting that their breeding was aseasonal.

    St. Peter and St. Paul rocks 2007


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