Altitudinal belt

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altitudinal belt (noun,biogeography term, pl. altitudinal belts) – a geographic distribution area delimited by climatic constraints of the altitude, both upper and lower boundary represent a tension zone, where altitudinal belts overlap and plants (or plant-like organisms) reach a distribution limit.

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