Lowland & montane hyperoceanic temperate forest geocomplex. 1. Coastal thicket: Ambrosia chamissonis communities. Psammophilous vegetation on coastal sand dunes. 2. Lowland evergreen Valdivian Forest: Lapageria rosea-Aextoxicon punctatum community. 3. Lowland cold deciduous Valdivian Forest: Persea lingue-Nothofagus obliqua community, with Nothofagus alpina. 4. Flooded Forest & woodland: Temu divaricata-Myrceugenia exsucca community. 5. Montane evergreen humid Valdivian Forest: Nothofagus dombeyi-Eucryphia cordifolia community. 6. Montane evergreen hyperhumid zonal forest: Laurelia sempervirens-Weinmannia trichosperma community. 7. Montane cold deciduous humid forest: Nothofagus nitida communities in mosaic with: 7a. Edapho-xerophilous coniferous forest: Fitzroya cupressoides community, on sandy-stony podsoil soils. 7b. Coniferous domed peat bog: Pilgerodendron uviferum-Gaimardia australis community. 7c. Sphagnum magellanicum peat bog with Dacrydium fonckii. 7d. Subantarctic domed peat bog: Oreobolus obtusangulus-Donatia fascicularis community. 7e. Helophytic vegetation: Marsippospermum community. 7f. Aquatic vegetation: Scirpus inundatus communities. 8. Flooded cold deciduous woodland: Notohofagus antarctica communities. On marshy wet soils. 9. Upper Montane evergreen hyperhumid Valdivian Forest: Chrysosplenium valdivianum-Nothofagus dombeyi community. 10. Upper montane cold deciduous hyperhumid Valdivian woodland: Nothofagus pumilio communities. 11. High-montane cold deciduous hyperhumid Valdivian woodland: Nothofagus antarctica community. 12. High-montane pulvinate thorn shrubland & thicket: 12a Adesmia longipes-Empetrum rubrum community; in mosaic with: 12b Meadows: Elymus andinus-Hierochloe juncifolia community; 12c Helophytic vegetation: Carex spp. Communities. Graphic geobotanical interpretation based on our field transect data and cited references.

 
 
  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