Do you mean Deciduous forests?
2 types of deciduous forests are
1. Temperate deciduous forests &
2. Tropical and subtropical deciduous forests
Temperate deciduous forests are plant communities developed in response to seasonal temperature variations. They are distributed in North and South America, Asia and Europe.
Tropical and subtropical forests have developed in response to seasonal rain fall patterns.During prolong dry periods leaves are dropped for conserve water.
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Two distinctive types of deciduous forest are found growing around the world.
Temperate deciduous forest biomes are plant communities distributed in North and South America, Asia and Europe. They have formed under climatic conditions which have great seasonable temperature variability with growth occurring during warm summers and leaf drop in fall and dormancy during cold winters. These seasonally distinctive communities have diverse life forms that are impacted greatly by the seasonality of their climate, mainly temperature and precipitation rates. These varying and regionally different ecological conditions produce distinctive forest plant communities in different regions.
Dry-season deciduous tropical forest
Tropical and subtropical deciduous forest biomes have developed in response not to seasonal temperature variations but to seasonal rainfall patterns. During prolonged dry periods the foliage is dropped to conserve water and prevent death from drought.
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