Biodiversity and conservation
The Occidental La Hotte Mountain Range is the highest and most biologically diverse area of the massif. Ascend to the summit of Pick Makaya at an elevation of approximately 7700 feet (2347 m). The high and variable elevation of this massif, the second highest mountain in Haiti, supports some of Hispaniola's highest levels of biodiversity and endemism. Endemic plants of the massif include Samuelssonia verrucosa, Cinnamodendron angustifolium, Miconia revolutifolia, Miconia ayisyena, Miconia tetrazygioides, Pleurothallis atrohiata, Wercklea hottensis, Clavija domingensis, Magnolia ekmanii, Sapium haitiense, Psidium hotteanum, and Phyllanthus abditus. I will. , Phyllanthusurbanianus, Myrcianthes esnardiana, Alsoophila confinis, Eugenia albimarginata, Eugenia cristula, Eugenia goavensis, Eugenia miragoanae, Eugenia perriniana, Tapura haitiensis, Sapium haitiense, Dussia Sanguinea, Nectandra caudatoacuminata, Pavonia hotteana, Myrcia calophylla, Myrcia chrysophylloides, Myrcia densifolia, Myrcia neohotteana , Myrcia neoinvolucurata, Myrcia tiburoniana, Mosiera tiburona. Endemic orchids include Cranikis galatea, Lepanthes flucatypetala, Lepanthes hottiana, Lepanthes magnipetala, Lepanthes pteroglossa, Lepanthes quadrispaturata, Lepanthes semperflorens, Lepantopsis aristata, Lepantopsis micheliae, Lepantopsis ornipteridion, Maraxis dodi, and Pluurothalis atrohi. will be Atta, Specklinia formondii, Specklinia mitchellii, Specklinia Stillsonii, Stelis choriantha, Stelis glacensis, Stelis magnicava, Tomzanonia filicina. Conservation International recognizes this area as one of the world's most critically endangered areas, home to 13 of Hispaniola's most endangered species (all amphibians). Masu. Among the most endangered frog species are Eleutherodactylus chlorophenax and Eleutherodactylus parapelates, his two species of frog endemic to Haiti. Haiti's national bird, the Hispanic Trogon, is recognized in the region, as is the wintering Bicknell Thrush. Notable Protected Areas in the Ott Mountains include 5 National Parks, 5 Habitat/Species Management Areas and 2 Sustainable Use Protected Areas. Cave of Marie-Jeanne, the largest cave in the Caribbean islands with its natural resources. The national parks are Pic Macaya National Park, Grande Colline National Park, De Mammel National Park, Grand Bois National Park and Ile à Vache National Park. Habitat/species management areas are Gros Key/Zone Humides Dacan, Olivier/Anglais, Point Abacou, Fond de Cay and La Couain. Two reserves where natural resources can be used sustainably are Jeremy-Abricot and Barkadres Keimitz.
= La Hotte Biosphere Reserve =
The La Hotte Biosphere Reserve was designated by UNESCO in 2016. The protected area covers 435,193.5 ha (terrestrial and marine), with a core area of 117,119 ha (land: 52,781.5 ha, ocean: 64,337.5 ha), a buffer zone of 185,027.5 ha (land: 130,074.5 ha, sea: 54,953 ha). Qtar), transition area 133,047 ha (82,423 ha land, 50,624 ha sea).
Geography of Haiti caribbean mountains World Conservation Monitoring Center
Definition & Meaning
- a block of the earth's crust bounded by faults and shifted to form peaks of a mountain range
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