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Once we were beyond the Ituri Forest, with its lovely little Pygmy exhibits, we got on the Ubangi-Shari Highway, heading on north into the ever-dryer grasslands of the Sudan and the Sahelian subdesert.
They are subdesert mesite (Monias benschi) and long-tailed ground roller (Uratelornis chimaera).
Seddon N, et al. (2005) Mating system, philopatry and patterns of kinship in the cooperatively breeding subdesert mesite
The Aïr and Ténéré National Nature Reserve in Niger and the Ouadi Rimé-Ouadi Achim Faunal Reserve in Chad are the two most important protected areas in the Sahelian subdesert zone of Africa.
In Colombia, linework "for the Guajira Peninsula follows the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) classifications of" subdesert deciduous shrubland with succulents "and" subdesert deciduoud shrubland without succulents ".
For portions extending into Argentina and Chile we referred to the classifications scheme of UNESCO, and our linework lumps their "Andean caespitose herbaceous community (very dry puna)" and "subdesert semi-deciduous, facultative deciduous, shrubland (halophye communities".