Arctogea A traditional zoogeographical region that comprises the northern continents, Africa, and Indo-China. It is usually subdivided into the Palaearctic and Nearctic (together Holarctica), Ethiopian, and Oriental faunal regions. See faunal region and faunal zoogeographic kingdom. Compare Neogea and Notogea.
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