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Hoang Lien National Park

Hoang Lien National Park

Scientific and conservation activities[ edit ] Numerous endemic species, having their type locality at CTNP, have been described by Vietnamese and international scientists: including those at the Vietnam-Russia Tropical Centre. Lianas are abundant and include: Ancistrocladus tectorius , box beans: Entada spp. Secondary forest with abundant bamboo species: this due to human activity, the forest having been degraded by logging , forest fires and in some areas war-time defoliants , which have caused the forest canopy to be replaced with bamboos.

Cát Tiên National Park

Meru National Park

Anogeissus acuminata Combretaceae. The abundance L. Ficus racemosa and wild bananas Musa acuminata. Cycas inermis in CTNP with megaspores 3. Secondary forest with abundant bamboo species: this due to human activity, the forest having been degraded by loggingforest fires and in some areas war-time defoliantswhich have caused Hoang Lien National Park forest canopy to be replaced with bamboos. Common trees include Lagerstroemia calyculata, Mesua sp.

In the flat eastern half of Nam Cat Tien especially, there are a number of swamps see above surrounding isolated, poorly-drained small open areas — typically ha – that might best be described as wet meadows – that are often surrounded with swamp forest and may also contain vernal pools.

Lianas are abundant and include: Ancistrocladus tectoriusbox beans: Entada spp. Riparian areas[ edit ] In flat lowland areas and especially along streams, areas of freshwater swamp forest notable tree species often include: Ficus benjaminaLivistona saribusCratevaSyzygium Hoang Lien National Park Horsfieldia spp.

Other plants include Schumannianthus dichotomus “cool mat” which occurs in muddy areas along streams. Scientific and conservation activities[ edit ] Numerous endemic species, having their type locality at CTNP, have Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt described by Vietnamese and international scientists: including those at the Vietnam-Russia Tropical Centre.

Between the Park headquarters and Ta Lai village there are substantial replanting areas, including a ha area supported by European Community between

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Tent Camping Near Acadia National Park

Secondary forest with abundant bamboo species: this due to human activity, the forest having been degraded by logging , forest fires and in some areas war-time defoliants , which have caused the forest canopy to be replaced with bamboos. Common trees include Lagerstroemia calyculata, Mesua sp. The abundance L. Between the Park headquarters and Ta Lai village there are substantial replanting areas, including a ha area supported by European Community between