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- seamounts on the ocean floor with peaks above the ocean's surface. The Macaronesian islands belong to three countries: Portugal, Spain, and Cape Verde. Politically...
- The Macaronesian Biogeographic Region is a biogeographic region, as defined by the European Environment Agency, that covers the Canary Islands, Azores...
- are native to North Africa, mainland Europe to Central Asia and the Macaronesian islands, where it reaches its maximum diversity. There are 27 known species...
- Tenerife, Madeira and other Macaronesian islands have a laurisilva forest where the rain shadow effect is not present....
- finely branched and are misleadingly known as "asparagus fern". In the Macaronesian Islands, several species (such as Asparagus umbellatus and Asparagus...
- known to have lived in the Macaronesian region before the arrival of Europeans, as there is no evidence that the other Macaronesian archipelagos (the Azores...
- species of holly native to Macaronesian islands. It is a species of plant in the family Aquifoliaceae. It is found in Macaronesian islands of Madeira (Portugal)...
- province, with a petrologic succession similar to that found in other Macaronesian islands. Magnetic anomalies identified in the vicinity of the archipelago...
- widespread like the stag beetle (Luc**** cervus) and the cicada. The Macaronesian islands (Azores and Madeira) have many endemic species (like birds, reptiles...
- (including North Sea and Baltic Sea). A clearly distinct area is also the Macaronesian Biogeographic Region. The North Sea is home to about 230 species of fish...
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