Woodlands with a mix of broadleaf and needleleaf trees
The mixed woodland biome is characterized by a mix of broadleaf and needleleaf trees and shrubs with grasses and other understory vegetation. This biome ranks fifth out of the eight biomes for percentage of total land area, protected area, and caloric food production. Mixed woodlands rank sixth out of eight for key biodiversity area but has more crucial biodiversity than the temperate woodland biome. This biome contributes the third highest percentage to global carbon storage, indicating after the tropical woodland and grassland, savanna, and steppe biomes.
Mixed Woodlands biomes near Valdivia River, Chile https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Forest_around_the_Valdivia_river.jpg Framarting, CC BY-SA 4.0