Plant resource
Category:Plant and Animal resource

The geopark is at the north rim of the mid-subtropical zone, a transition zone of southern and northern flora, with a forest coverage of 93% and abundant biodiversity.

There are more than 1,650 species of wild plants, including 17 species of rare plants, accounting for 85% of the total species protected at the national level, and many relic plants, such as first-grade rare Metasequoia, second-grade rare and protected Gingko, Emmenopterys henryi and Liriodendron chinense; second-grade key protected Pinus dabieshanensis and cercidiphyllum, second-grade endangered Magnolia sieboldii and Rhizoma Gastrodiae, among others.

Latin Name

Species

Protected Level

Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Metasequoia

First-grade

Taxus chinensis

Taxus

First- grade

Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo

First- grade

Pseudolarix amabilis

Pseudolarix

Second- grade

Emmenopterys henryi

Emmenopterys

Second- grade

Liriodendron chinense

Liriodendron chinense

Second- grade

Ormosia henryi

Ormosia

Second- grade

Toona ciliata var. pubescens

Cedrela

Second- grade

Pinus dabeshanensis

Pinus

Second- grade

Eucommia ulmoides

Eucommia ulmoides

Second- grade

Cercidiphyllum japonicum

Cercidiphyllum japonicum

Second- grade

Torreya grandis

Chinese torreya

Second- grade


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