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Other endemic plants include an orchid Ornithidium donaldeedodii (UC Berkeley), Gesneria haitiensis , Miconia macayana , Meriania brevipedunculata , Ternstroemia barkeri , Mecranium revolutum , Rhytidophyllum bicolor , Clavija domingensis , Magnolia ekmani and Sagraea polychaete (p. 2 of Haiti National Trust pdf file), Phyllanthus myriophyllus ...

sites.google.com/a/bluedemons.org/haiti/animals-plants

A plant native to Haiti is the Copernicia Ekmanii. It is an endangered plant that belongs to the palmae family. Another plant that is in Haiti is the Tomzonia. It is an orchid that is a flowering plant. All in all, Haiti was many peculiar plants and animals. Sooty Mustached Bat. Haitian Pale- Lipped Blind snake ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildlife_of_Haiti

The wildlife of Haiti is important to the country because of its biodiversity.According to the World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Haiti is considered to be "one of the most biologically significant countries of the West Indies".With an estimated 5,600 plant species on the island of Hispaniola, some of which only occur in Haiti, 36% are considered as endemic to the island.

www.reference.com/geography/animals-live-haiti-7475a1824ad...

The geography of Haiti is well-suited to its diverse collection of wildlife and plants. Haiti's terrain is generally mountainous, with elevation varying from sea level to 8,790 feet at the peak of the Chaîne de la Selle mountain chain.

www.answers.com/Q/What_are_three_plants_found_in_Haiti

Many plants in the rainforests have adapted leaf shapes that help water drip off the plant to avoid too much moisture, which might make bacteria and fungus grow. ... Answer Haiti is a country on ...

www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/plantox/detail.cfm?id=26056

FDA Poisonous Plant Database - AUTHOR(S): Standley, P. C. ... There is, naturally, danger in handling the leaves, although in Port au Prince, Haiti, where the sand-box is almost the only shade tree, little attention seems to be paid to its poisonous qualities, nor is it much feared in Central America. In Mexico, however, the tree is considered ...

www.theguardian.com/environment/2008/oct/02/biofuels.haiti

Jatropha shows tremendous promise and could help remedy chronic shortages of diesel fuel and electricity

kids.britannica.com/students/article/Haiti/274729

Plants and Animals. Haiti was once almost entirely covered with pine, hardwood, and mixed pine-hardwood forests. However, fire, uncontrolled cutting, and the conversion of woodland to agriculture destroyed most of the trees (see deforestation). Firewood is still a principal source of energy for cooking. Patches of virgin forest remain in the ...

ethnobiomed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1746-4269-5-16

Haitian migrants played an important role shaping Cuban culture and traditional ethnobotanical knowledge. An ethnobotanical investigation was conducted to collect information on medicinal plant use by Haitian immigrants and their descendants in the Province of Camagüey, Cuba. Information was obtained from semi-structured interviews with Haitian immigrants and their descendants, direct ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2690575

Background. Haitian migrants played an important role shaping Cuban culture and traditional ethnobotanical knowledge. An ethnobotanical investigation was conducted to collect information on medicinal plant use by Haitian immigrants and their descendants in the Province of Camagüey, Cuba.