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Tropical Birding's Habitats of the World
'A Supplementary Website for Princeton's Habitats of the World: A Field Guide for Birders, Naturalists and Ecologists'
Biome: FRESHWATER WETLANDS
FRESHWATER HABITATS: Habitats whose most important aspect is their inundation with fresh water.
Swamp Forest: Forested habitats that are seasonally or permanently inundated.
Example: Neotropical Igapó and Várzea Flooded Forest
Freshwater Wetland: Nonforested habitats whose most important aspect is that they are seasonally or permanently flooded.
Latitudes and Precipitation Where this Biome Exists
Typical Fauna in this Biome
Typical Biome Habitats
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