Hamiguitan Range: A sanctuary for native flora.

@article{Amoroso2011HamiguitanRA,
  title={Hamiguitan Range: A sanctuary for native flora.},
  author={Victor B. Amoroso and Reyno A Aspiras},
  journal={Saudi journal of biological sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={7-15}
}
Hamiguitan Range is one of the wildlife sanctuaries in the Philippines having unique biodiversity resources that are at risk due to forest degradation and conversion of forested land to agriculture, shifting cultivation, and over-collection. Thus, it is the main concern of this research to identify and assess the endemic and endangered flora of Hamiguitan Range. Field reconnaissance and transect walk showed five vegetation types namely: agro-ecosystem, dipterocarp, montane, typical mossy and… CONTINUE READING

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