|Identification||Temporary identification in this area is: sandalwood (Santalum album), Gofasa (Vitex coffasus), angsana (Pterocarpusindicus), nyatoh (Palaquium sp) and black wood (Diospyros celebica).|
Tree level forest vegetation is grouped into three crown stratum, ie canopy strata> 30 m, crown strata 20 – 30 m and crown strata <20 m. Stratum height> 30 m is dominated by Shorea sp, Pterospermum sp, Alstonia sp, Tamarindus indica and Ficus benyamina. The 20-30 m crown canopy is dominated by Aleuretes moluccana, Canarium sp, Mangifera indica, Terminalia catappa, Octomeles sumatrana, Koorsidendrom pinnatum, Duabanga moluccana, Spondias sp, Ceiba petandra and Arthocarpus sp, while the crown strata <20 m is dominated by Cassea siamea type, Acacia auricauliformis, Acacia nilotica, leucaena gluaca, Santalum album, Pandanus sp, and Eugenia sp.
The types of shrubs that dominate the area, are the red distance (Japtora aurantifiolia), roviega (Caloptropis gigantea) and chicken dung (Lantana camara). While the dominant shrubs are sidagari (Sida rhombifolia), Hibiscus teliaceus and Bambusa sp.
Types of grass in the Tahura region are generally dominated by Imperata cylindrica, grass puzzles (Cyperus rotundus), pimping (Themedo arguens), fragrant roots (Andropogun sp) and grass creeping with row-shape leaves (Graminae).
Other plant species are also found in the Tahura area, ie climbing species such as Rotan (Calamus sp) and Sirih forest (Piper aduncum), strangler (Beringin), epiphytes (Anggrek), saprofit, parasites (Benalu) and nail type – pakuan.
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