Lowland flooded savanna and woodland geocomplex. 1. Deciduous woodland: Schinopsis brasiliensis-Lonchocarpus nudiflorens community. Drought deciduous to semideciduous Chiquitano forest on poorly drained soils of semi-upland areas with shallow phreatic levels (gleyic luvisols). 2. Seasonal evergreen sclerophyllous woodland: Attalea eichleri-Hymenaea stigonocarpa community. Precambric shield pediment with deep sand-eolic cover (arenic ferralsols). 3. Palm woodland: Copernicia alba-Tabebuia heptaphylla community. Seasonally ponded alluvial plain semi elevations on eutric-calcic vertisols and gleyic stagnosols with strong gilgai microrelief and termite mounds. 3. Flooded woodland on oligotrophic semi elevations (paleolevées): Muellera fluvialis-Tabebuia aurea community. Seasonally ponded dystric planosols. 4. Seasonally flooded herbaceous savanna: Cyperus surinamensis-Panicum laxum community. Alluvial seasonally flooded flat depressions. 5. Riverine seasonally flooded forest: Ficus obtusifolia-Sapindus saponaria community. Fluvial riverbanks and recent levées (eutric fluvisols). 6. Seasonally flooded palm-woodland: Microlobius foetidus-Copernicia alba community. Slightly to low flooded alluvial veretic soils (calcic vertisols). 7. Flooded palm-savanna: Triplaris gardneriana-Copernicia alba community. Highly flooded sodic alluvial soils (calcic solonetzs). 8. Ponded woodland: Zygia pithecollobioides-Geoffroea spinosa community. Very poorly drained to seasonally ponded alluvial vertic soils (calcic gleyic vertisols) on fluvial paleo channels. 9. Semipermanently flooded sedge-marsh: Rhabdadenia pohlii-Cyperus giganteus community. Pantanal “Junquillo” communities in swamps and lakes with semi-floating hydromorphic soils (tropical fibrimoor). 10. Pantanal aquatic vegetation. Graphic geobotanical interpretation based on cited references, our own field data (San Matías and Otuquis Bolivian Pantanal), and Google Earth images.

 
 
  Part of: Navarro G, Luebert F, Molina JA (2023) South American terrestrial biomes as geocomplexes: a geobotanical landscape approach. Vegetation Classification and Survey 4: 75-114. https://doi.org/10.3897/VCS.96710