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Montrichardia arborescens is a Neotropical flowering plant that ranges as far south as the northern portion of South America. An example specific area of occurrence is the Gulf of Panama mangroves ecoregion, a locale of severe threat for the entire mangrove ecosystem; common associates in this ecoregion are Black mangroves (Avicennia germinans and A. bicolor), White mangrove (Laguncularia racemosa), Mora oleifera), and Mangle piñuelo (Pelliciera rhizophorae).

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