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  Flora

To the south of this island-municipality, the vegetation is characterized by semi-deciduous woods having bushes and scarce herbs with low development of epiphytes and abundant lianes in varieties like cedar (Cedrela odorata), the Adelia ricinella, the mastic tree (Bursera simaruba) or the ateje (Cordia collococa).
Pines are typical. One can find the pino hembra (Pinus tropicalis), the pino macho (Pinus caribaea), the Pinus cubensis, and the Pinus maestrensis. In this region the pino hembra mixes with the palma barrigona (Colpothrinax wrigtii) and the pino macho mixes with a variety of heaths.
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