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INDO-MALAYAN
Tropical & Subtropical Dry (Deciduous/Monsoon) Forest

The tropical and subtropical dry deciduous and monsoon forest of tropical Asia...

Distribution of Indo-Malayan Dry Forest (By Terpsichores - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=22441311)

This map shows the distribution of dry forest on the south-east Asian mainland, but it also extends to patches in Java and Bali. Dry forest further east of here belongs to the Wallacean dry forest. 

the biome and vegetation communities

As with any biome, there are many variations within the habitat. Even small differences in conditions such as geology & soil, altitude, latitude and rainfall can result in different plant species dominating, and thus we have various vegetation communities.

the granite outcrops of Yala National Park, Sri Lanka

The physical structure can also vary; at the drier end of the open forest, the trees are further apart and the fields are more extensive, and the biome segues into a savanna grassland or dry xeric shrubland. At the wetter end of the scale (such as along rivers as in the image below), the trees start to form a canopy and become a riverine forest; in even wetter areas, it becomes a rainforest.   

Lunugamvehera National Park, Yala, Sri Lanka.

the seasons

The tropical deciduous woodlands of south-east Asia at the end of the dry season, just at the start of the first rains (Cambodia). At this time of the year, many of the dominant trees are leafless.

The first rains of the summer monsoon season produce the initial carpet of bright green grass.

For the page on the plants of the dry forest & woodland of tropical Asia

Order Araneae: Spiders

(Tmatboey, Cambodia)

Lynx Spiders tend to have long abdomens and large stiff hairs spaced out across their body. They ambush insects from their perch on the flowers and fruits on plants. 

Scarabaeinae: Dung Beetles

Yala National Park

For the page on the reptiles of the dry forest & woodland of tropical Asia

For the page on the non-passerine birds (birds of prey, woodpeckers, etc) of the dry forest & woodland of tropical Asia

For the page on the passerine songbirds of the dry forest & woodland of tropical Asia

For the page on the mammals of the dry forest & woodland of tropical Asia

For the page on the places to experience dry forest & woodland of tropical Asia

Can't go travelling until everything settles down? Here I am doing a virtual guided walk for Noble Caledonia, and here I am doing other virtual guided walks...