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Ecoregions of Wyoming

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NameColor on Map
Absaroka Volcanic Subalpine Zone
Sedimentary Subalpine Zone
Black Hills Plateau
Black Hills Core Highlands
Alpine Zone
Absaroka-Gallatin Volcanic Mountains
Yellowstone Plateau
Dry Mid-elevation Sedimentary Mountains
High Elevation Valleys
Partly Forested Mountains
Foothill Shrublands and Low Mountains
Salt Desert Shrub Basins
Laramie Basin
Bighorn Salt Desert Shrub Basins
Mid-Elevation Uinta Mountains
Rolling Sagebrush Steppe
Bighorn Basin
Sub-Irrigated High Valleys
Crystalline Subalpine Forests
Foothill Shrublands
Pine Ridge Escarpment
Moderate Relief Plains
Flat to Rolling Plains
Pine Bluffs and Hills
Sandy and Silty Tablelands
Platte River Valley and Terraces
Semiarid Pierre Shale Plains
Pine Scoria Hills
Montana Central Grasslands
Dissected Plateaus and Teton Basin
Black Hills Foothills
Mid-elevation Sedimentary Mountains
Granitic Subalpine Zone
Gneissic-Schistose Forested Mountains
Alpine Zone
Crystalline Mid-Elevation Forests
Sagebrush Steppe
Mesic Dissected Plains
Pryor-Bighorn Foothills
Powder River Basin
Casper Arch

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