Biodiversity And Ecosystem In Tanjung Putting National Park

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April 26, 2016
June 15, 2016

The ecosystems in the area of Tanjung Puting National Park is lowland tropical forests, dry land forest (forest Kerangas), freshwater swamp forest, peat swamp forests, mangrove forests, coastal forests and secondary forests.

The main type of vegetation in the northern area of Tanjung Puting National Park is heath forest, on the white quartz sand that has podsolik autumn tree and marked by small and medium, as well as the bottom layer of dense delta, palms and pandanus.

Other properties include a low level of epiphytic vegetation growth spacious, the lack of large woody vines, leaves and abundant mikrofil phenol compounds for protective and insektivor like Nepenthes sp. Variations of this type of vegetation occurs when the peat is formed in the basin and when the composition of the flora associated with peat bogs thrive. But the real peat swamp forest is found in the central part of the region and on the banks of some rivers, marked by wide-open canopy or concatenated and adaptation to waterlogging, such as knee and will air roots. For see this, you can do a Orangutans Tour in Tanjung Puting National Park

Type of pasture in Tanjung Puting National Park include meranti (Shorea sp), ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), jelutung (Dyera costulata), sandalwood, wood lanan, Keruing (Dipterocarpus sp) play (Eusiderroxylon zwageri), tallow (Dracontomelas sp) Dacrydium , Lithocarpus, Castanopsis, Hopea, Schima, melaleuca, Diospyros, Beckie, Jackie, moist, Vatica, tetramerista, Palaquium, Campnosperma, casuarina, ganu, perfect, dactylocladus, Alstonia, dusio, eugenia, Calophyllum, pandanus, imperata cylindrica, Crinum sp , Sonneratia, Rhizophora, Barringtonia commander (Nypa fruticans), Podocarpus and Scaevola, the plant consists of rattan and regeneration / saplings. All you can see in Orangutan Tour  in Tanjung Puting National Park.

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