What is the variety of species in a habitat called?

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What is the variety of species in a habitat called?

Habitat Diversity:

There are a wide variety of habitats across our planet with varying species diversity within. For example, a tropical rainforest could have hundreds of species of trees, while an aspen forest might have few others besides aspen.

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The variety of species in a habitat is called biodiversity. Broadly speaking, high biodiversity represents a flourishing and successful ecology,...

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