Montane evergreen and seasonal andean forest geocomplex. 1. Evergreen high-montane woodland: Gynoxys asterotricha-Polylepis pepei community. High-montane Polylepis Yungas woodland. 1. High-montane bunch-grassland: Deyeuxia chrysanta-Festuca steinbachii community. High-montane Yungas grassland & wet Meadows. 2. Evergreen upper montane woodland: Ilex mandonii-Polylepis lanata community. Upper montane Polylepis Yungas forest & woodland. 3. Evergreen upper montane forest: Weinmannia bangii-Weinmannia fagaroides community. Upper montane Yungas forest. 4. Evergreen montane forest: Weinmannia cordata-Podocarpus oleifolius community. Montane Yungas pluvial forest. 5. Evergreen seasonal montane forest: Juglans boliviana-Podocarpus oleifolius community. Montane Yungas pluviseasonal forest on rain-shadow topographic situations. 6. Deciduous forest and woodland: Samaipaticereus inquisivensis-Schinopsis haenkeana community. Low-montane Yungas interandean dry forest and woodland. 7. Evergreen low-montane palm-forest: Protium aff. altsonii-Dictyocaryum lamarckianum community. Low-montane Yungas forest. 8. Montane riverine forest: Vallea stipularis-Alnus acuminata community. Intermitently or episodic flooded Yungas streams and riverbanks. Lotic. 9. Low-montane riverine forest: Inga adenophylla-Inga marginata community. Intermitently or episodic flooded Yungas streams and riverbanks. Lotic. 10. Low-montane erosive successional forest: Heliocarpus americanus-Inga nobilis community. Secondary forest on steep hillside landslides. Graphic 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.