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The plant composition consists of Hopea odorata, Dipterocarpus intricatus,.In seasonal wetlands temporarily flooded during the rainy season on sandy clay alluvial soil which is compact and acid, Melaleuca was found in combination with drought resistance plants such as Leptocarpus diajunotus, Baeckea frutesens, Drosera burmannii, Xyris pauciflora, Eriocaulon echinulatum, and Imperata cylindrica etc.In general, the climate is favorable for year round tourism and outdoor recreation activities (except in heavily rainy months).Natural landscapes and historical sites.3.5.Socio-economic conditions directly related to the pqnp.6.1.Baltimore, MD (BWI bangor, ME business car leasing low deposit (BGR bar Harbour, ME (BHB).In an observation period of 100 year, typhoons occurred in 19 with a wind speed more than 100 km/h.32/2006/N-CP of The Government, dated 30 March, 2006 indicated: Group IB: Wildlife species that are strictly prohibited to any hunting and use; Group IIB: Wildlife species that can be limitedly hunted and used under strict control.Phu, quoc, natural Conservation Area, under the Decision.The plant composition of mangrove in Phu Quoc includes Rhizophora apiculata, Bruguiera gymmorhisa, Sonneratia alba, Lumnitzera racemosa, Ecoecaria agallocha and particularly Lumnitzera coccinea, which has been found in Phu Quoc but not in other mangroves of the Mekong Delta.Climate Governed by the southeast monsoon regime, the area has a very seasonal tropical humid climate.
The plant composition consists of Randia tomentosa, Rhodomyrtus tomentosa, 10 Rhodomyrtus., Tarenna quocensis, Morinda citrifolia, Aporosa plancholiana, Memecylon harmandii, Connarus cochinchinensis, Strophanthus caudatus, Aganosna marginata and Melastona polyanthum etc.
Projects relating to ecotourist activities of the pqnp.9.2.