Neotropical [nē΄əträp′i kəl]
designating or of the biogeographic realm that includes South America, the West Indies, Central America, and tropical Mexico: also Neotropic

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  • Neotropical Birds Online — est une encyclopédie qui traite de la biologie, de l’écologie et de la conservation des oiseaux de l’Amérique centrale, des Antilles et de l’Amérique du Sud. L’encyclopédie mise en ligne en 2009 et gratuitement accessible est éditée par le… …   Wikipédia en Français

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