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Interactive EPA Ecoregions Map for Missouri

Based on Ecoregions developed by the EPA, Plantmaps Ecoregions describe areas of general similarity in ecosystems and in the type, quality, and quantity of environmental resources, as well as similarity of climate that can assist Missouri gardenders.

39a - Springfield Plateau
39b - Dissected Springfield Plateau-Elk River Hills
39c - White River Hills
39d - Central Plateau
39e - Osage/Gasconade Hills
39f - St. Francois Knobs and Basins
39g - Meramec River Hills
39h - Current River Hills
39i - Eastern Ozark Border
39j - Black River Hills Border
39k - Prairie Ozark Border
40a - Loess Flats and Till Plains
40b - Osage Cuestas
40c - Wooded Osage Plains
40d - Cherokee Plains
40e - Claypan Prairie
47d - Missouri Alluvial Plain
47e - Steeply Rolling Loess Prairies
47f - Rolling Loess Prairies
47h - Nebraska/Kansas Loess Hills
47m - Western Loess Hills
72a - Wabash-Ohio Bottomlands
72d - Upper Mississippi Alluvial Plain
72e - Middle Mississippi Alluvial Plain
72f - River Hills
72g - Southern Ozarkian River Bluffs
73a - Northern Holocene Meander Belts
73c - St. Francis Lowlands
73f - Western Lowlands Holocene Meander Belts
73g - Western Lowlands Pleistocene Valley Trains
74a - Bluff Hills