campo The general regional term applied to the tropical savannah grasslands, with scattered, broad-leaved trees, of Brazil, developed on very poor soils, although, in the absence of fire, woodland or scrub would no doubt prevail. There are several variants of campo, including campo cerrado and campo sujo.
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