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  • Along the clearwater Tapajós River, the white-sand igapó forest is predominant with members of the Myrtaceae family and Triplaris surinamensis, Piranhea trifoliata, Copaifera martii, and Alchornea castaneaefolia.

    Tapajós-Xingu moist forests

  • Some focal tree species include Cariniana estrellensis, Copaifera langsdorfii, Alchornea triplinervia, and Aspidosperma polyneuron.

    Parañá-Paraíba interior forests

  • Constant wetting due to spray and important levels of insolation determine a fairly distinctive flora, known as cupay forest Copaifera langsdorfii, with Anadenantera macrocarpa and Xilopia brasiliensis in the highest stratum.

    Iguazú National Park, Argentina

  • Along the clearwater Tapajós and Aripuanã Rivers, white-sand igapó forest is predominant, hosting large trees such as Triplaris surinamensis, Piranhea trifoliata, Copaifera martii, and Alchornea castaneaefolia in forest that is slightly more open than that in non-flooded areas.

    Madeira-Tapajós moist forests

  • The tall evergreen forests 30-40m high with dense crowns and some emergent trees are of the genera Calophyllum, Anacardium, Manilkara, Protium, Inga, Parkia, Copaifera, Erythrina, and Dipteryx.

    Canaima National Park, Venezuela

  • Parinari curatellifolia, Ochna pulchra, Baphia massaiensis subsp. obovata, Diplorhynchus condylocarpon, Terminalia brachystemma, Burkea africana, Copaifera baumiana and Bauhinia petersiana serpae.

    Zambezian Baikiaea woodlands

  • The most common vegetation in the ecoregion includes Acacia glomerosa, Bourreria cumanensis, Bulnesia arborea, Caesalpinia coriniana, Copaifera venezolana, Croton sp.,

    Guajira-Barranquilla xeric scrub

  • Emergent and canopy layers are rich in tree species of Leguminosae (Copaifera trapezifolia), Sapotaceae (Pouteria, Chrysophyllum), and several species of Lauraceae.

    Serra do Mar coastal forests

  • These forests are dominated by Gonystylus bancanus (the single most valuable timber species), Dactylocladus stenostachys, Copaifera palustris, and four Shorea species.

    Borneo peat swamp forests

  • Cedrela oderata, Copaifera reticulata, and Phytelephas macrocarpa.

    Iquitos varzea


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