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NEOTROPICAL
Tropical & Subtropical Savanna

The diverse but often overlooked savanna grasslands of tropical South and Central America, including the Cerrado and Llanos... 

For the page on the plants of the South American tropical open woodlands & savanna

Class Insecta

Class Reptilia

Family Telidae: mostly 'Whiptails' and 'Racerunners'

There are over 150 species in this family found across the Americas.

(Pousa Alegre, Brazil)

Ameiva ameiva, 'Amazonian Racerunner'. Widespread in Central and South America.

Salvator; 'Tegu'

There are various lizards in differenet genera known as 'Tegu'. The three species in this genus look and act somewhat like old world tropical monitor lizards, but are not closely related to them.

(Pousa Alegre, Brazil)

Salvator merianae, 'Argentine Black and White Tegu'. Found in many habitats across South America.

For the page on the birds of the South American tropical open woodlands & savanna

Class Mammalia

Order Artiodactyla: 'Even toed Ungulates (Hoofed mammals)'

Family Cervidae: Deer

(Pousa Alegre, Brazil)

Mazama americana,'Red Brocket Deer'. Found in forests and woodlands in South America.

For the page on the places to experience the South American tropical open woodlands & savanna

Updates
Well it looks like my first trip after the virus will be the Great Barrier Reef (where I started!) with Coral Expeditions.....I hope. If you can't go travelling until everything settles down, then until then, here I am doing online guided walks for Noble Caledonia and online lectures for Silversea.