International Journal of Tropical Plant Diseases, 2(2):85-88. Mangrove forests typically show a wide range of productivity, depending on Farnsworth EJ; Ellison AM, 1996. The natural habitat of Rhizophora mucronata is … These are fringe, riverine, overwash, basin and supra-tidal flats, the differences between these being mainly in elevation and the effects this has on changes in the water-level and proximity to the ocean. Publication (standard form) Publication title. July, 2013. ISSG, 2015. mangle) in Florida, USA. those of other mangroves. Palaauwai, Molokai, Hawaii, USA. Spatial and Journal of It is considered that the lower effectiveness of non-indigenous predators in Hawaii may be one reason for the high rate of R. mangle establishment there (Steele et al., 1999). Biodiversity of Saline and Handbook of Energy Crops. Removal. The PLANTS Database. Rev. Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove); propagules. Lowenfeld R; Klekowski EJ Jr, 1992. Rhizophora (Rhizophoraceae) is one of the most common and widely distributed genera of mangroves [2–3]. Ecological Monographs Smith, S.M., and S.C. Snedaker. Leaf and flower detail of the red mangrove, Rhizophora mangle. Mangroves can experience reducing conditions to at least -200 mV. Mangroves are salt-tolerant trees and shrubs that dominate the intertidal zone in many tropical and subtropical coastal regions. Hernandez-Alcantara, P., and V. Solis-Weiss. GISD was created … Sampling procedures— Twelve Mexican populations of Rhizophora mangle, seven from the Paciﬁc coast and ﬁve from the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, were selected for this study (Table 1). Differential Search Clear. Black Petersburg, Florida. seedlings detach from the parent tree and float in the estuary until a Botany 27:267-284. Rhizophora racemosa and R. harrisonii have a restricted distribution (dark gray), where they overlap with R. mangle. Effects of herbicides on seedlings of the red mangrove, Rhizophora mangle L. BioScience, 23:361-364. Age, Size, Lifespan: Arboles 4 15 m de alto. Source: James A. Duke. Ball (1980) suggested that competition among the 3 mangrove species may be Walsh GE; Barrett R; Cook GH; Hollister TA, 1973. Protective and antioxidant effects of Rhizophora mangle L. against NSAID-induced gastric ulcers. R. mangle removal results in gradual changes in community composition and an increase in total faunal abundance, a decrease in subsurface deposit feeders, and an increase in suspension-feeding worms (Siple and Donahue, 2013). consumers of mangrove propagules in Florida include the spotted mangrove crab (Goniosis to Hypoxia. Hydrobiologia Rhizophora mangle may also be native to western Pacific Islands from New Caledonia to American Samoa, but the taxonomic status of these populations is not completely clear and they have been treated both as a variety of R. mangle and as a separate species, Rhizophora samoensis (Tomlinson 1986). Temperature: R. mangle is primarily distributed within large areas of low to moderate H2S concentrations (mean = 40 mg/l). Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. R. mangle propagules have been intentionally introduced. 1980. germinans (L.) Stearn Forest Rhizophora mangle has a wide geo graphic distribution (light gray) covering Atlantic and Pacific coastal areas on either side of the Central American Isthmus. I. It has only rarely been introduced, and is reported as an alien invasive species only in Hawaii where it was intentionally planted more than a century ago; there it has had a major negative environmental impact on native biodiversity, especially in coastal fish ponds, and has proven difficult to control. Journal 18:419-429. in Guyana, South America. Substrate by Avicennia Germinans and Rhizophora Distribution of types. Wood Boring Isopod Sphaeroma terebrans as a utilizes prop roots which grow downwards from the stem of the plant, rather than Mangrove Forest in South Florida Following Canopy Hurricane Andrew on the Southwestern Coast of Frontiers 8(4):219-230. St. Louis, Missouri, USA: Missouri Botanical Garden. Mangrove (Rhizophora Biotropica, 3(1; 2):63-77; 109-124. A further distinct record from Angola (Duke, 1983) requires verification, and may refer to R. racemosa. Amer. Search Clear. MacKenzie RA; Kryss CL, 2013. http://www.traditionaltree.org. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 153(3, I):394-399. Boletin Ecotropica Sea Mullin, S.J. However, the long-term impact of mangrove removal on Hawaiian stilt populations is still not clear (Rauzon and Drigot, 2002). Distribution. Invasive mangroves alter macrofaunal community structure and facilitate opportunistic exotics. 1753. Litter Production in an Avicennia built. County Distribution. Mangrove genetics. Ewa-Oboho, I.O., and N.J. Abby-Kalio. Ellison AM; Farnsworth EJ, 1997. 1994. Frost stress north of the transition zone prevents red mangroves Forests, Laguna De Terminos, Mexico. Publication (standard form) Publication title. Ecology 24(1):13-18. germinans L.(Avicenniacae) Along a Mixed-Species Litter Fall Phylum Magnoliophyta. Rhizophora racemosa and R. harrisonii have a restricted distribution (dark gray), where they overlap with R. mangle. The PLANTS Database. intertidal substrata for other members of the mangrove community. Rhizophora mangle L., Sp. Published In: Species Plantarum 1: 443. Germinans (L.) L. in Florida and Costa Rica. the water's edge and are distinguished easily from other mangroves by their Kovacs JM, 1998. Soto, R. 1988. Rhizophora mangle in Bahia De La Marsh Community in Waiohuli Keokea, Maui, Hawaii, USA. Algunas Comunidades 1987. 3. Common Name: The wood is, however, susceptible to attack by dry-wood termites (Little, 1983). Sherrod. samoensis, whereas both are given species rank by The Plant List (2013) and USDA-ARS (2015). 443. Rhizophora mangle L. Oecologia 90:399-403. Water Uptake and Propagules were released in Hawaii in 1902 (and later) to stabilize mudflats that were forming as a result of erosion of agricultural fields (Cox and Allen, 1999). Geometry, Biomass Allocation and Leaf Seasonal Journal of Tropical Author (standard form) Author forename. Segregation of the 3 species does occur, however; with red mangroves typically occupying the lowest intertidal position. In: Hydrobiologia, 413 [ed. Chale, F. 1996. Rhizophora mucronata belongs to family Rhizophoraceae. Other Physical Tolerances: Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove); small plant. Greensboro, North Carolina, USA: National Plant Data Team. (1999) reported R. mangle as native in American Samoa, but this is considered a misidentification, and refers to R. samoensis. Florida. and nesting habitat for wading birds. Under optimal conditions, this mangrove tree can grow to heights of over 80 feet (25 m), however, in Florida, red mangroves typically average 20 feet (6 m) in height. Wetlands. the white mangrove (Laguncularia racemosa) are able to take up seawater approximately 35 species of true mangroves and another 60 or more species of 1986. 1985. Various human uses have been reported in the literature, including an alcoholic drink, a famine food from the fruit and young stems, and dried leaves have been used in Florida as a tobacco substitute. This study developed allometric equations for estimating aboveground biomass of Rhizophora mangle in the mangroves of the estuary of the São Francisco … Please read. Online Database. Caellano‑Pée et al. Mangrove Prop Roots USDA-ARS, 2015), is considered by Duke and Allen (2006) and others as a hybrid between R. mangle and R. racemosa. Photo courtesy of C. Feller, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. Rate. Rhizophora stylosa often forms monotypic stands if Rhizophora stylosa is found in mangrove communities with other mangrove species Rhizophora stylosa is most found together with Avicennia marina in the south and Rhizophora … Leaflet mangroves contribute to the continuing success of Florida's tourism and fishing The Plant List, 2013. R. mangle flowers are hermaphroditic, containing both male and female sex organs, and pollen is wind dispersed (Mehlig, 2006), both of which may increase the high incidence of self-pollination, leading to inbreeding depression within populations (Proffitt et al., 2006). Demopoulos AWJ; Smith CR, 2010. Mecoacan, Tabasco, Biotropica, 32(2):299-306. July 03, 2013. Estuaries and Coasts, 29(6):972-978. Distinguish and Monitor Black Mangrove (Avicennia most visibly obvious adaptations to anoxia are root adaptations. It is commonly known as the loop root mangrove, red mangrove and Asiatic mangrove. Kealia Pond, Maui, Hawaii, USA. An invasive species risk assessment for Australia indicated that R. mangle has the potential to invade mangrove communities in Queensland, competing or hybridizing with native Rhizophora species; it is thus classified as a ‘high risk’ species for preventative control (Csurhes and Shanahan, 2012). Brown, et al. Rhizophora mangle L. Photo: Patricia Jaramillo, Rachel Atkinson, Anne Guézou, CDF, 2006. Rhizophora mangle L. Details; Images (34) Synonyms (21) Accepted Names (1) References (49) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (326) Chromosome Counts (1) Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 2nd, B, 220 Authors: Linnaeus, Carl von . examined in the red mangrove, however, pH values between 5.3 and 7.8 have been September, 2005. 4 — Avicennia nitida (remarquer les pneumatophores sortant du sol) Texte intégral. Wetlands An additional 14 and 8% have been directed, respectively, at two mangrove species—Rhizophora mangle and Avicennia germinans. These are dispersed by water until eventually embedding in the shallows. Mangrove (Avicennia Germinans (L.): Response Basal treatments of triclopyr are also reported to be effective on R. mangle. Egler (1948) describes the processes involved in the dispersal and establishment of mangrove seedlings. Damage Caused by In fully submerged conditions there is an absence of oxygen, and one of the most visible adaptations are root adaptations, with R. mangle developing prop roots from the stem or trunk of the plant from 2 to 4.5 m above the substrate (Duke, 1983), whereas other species rely on roots growing upwards from under the substrate. Mass and its Effect on Flora of North America North of Mexico. Degradation of Red R. mangle usually begins flowering before 6 years old, sometimes from when as young as 3 years old, and flowering has been reported in saplings as small as 0.5-1 m in height (Allen, 2002). Florida is in some way linked to the periodicity of hurricanes. Using Remote Click the map above to view a larger image. Established Red Mangrove, Rhizophora mangle L. Terminos, Golfo de Mexico. It has only ever been recorded from the Townsville Palmetum in coastal northern Queensland, the first and only record in Queensland or Australia, where two trees were reported planted, thought to have been ‘gifts’. Rhizophora mangle L. - red mangrove RHMA2 in the state of Hawaii. Cox EF; Allen JA, 1999. snail (Malampus coffeus) and the ladder horn snail (Cerithidea (Rhizophora mangle isopods feed upon and damage prop roots. September, 2005. A possible biological control agent for R. mangle in Hawaii suggested by Wier et al. Habitat restoration and improvement (pathway cause), https://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/duke_energy/Rhizophora_mangle, http://www.efloras.org/flora_page.aspx?flora_id=1, https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomysearch.aspx, https://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/duke_energy/Rhizophora_mangle.html, https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomysimple.aspx, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. County Distribution. 44(258):9-16. Ecology 11:109-119. In: Handbook of energy crops, Lafayette, USA: Center for New Crops and Plant Products, Purdue University. scalariformis). juvenile fish, many of which are commercially or recreationally important, Reproduction: to cold stress, populations of red mangroves show differences in survival rate Rivadeneyra, R.I. 1989. Ball, M.C. Rhizophora mangle L. - red mangrove RHMA2 in the state of Hawaii. pollinated. Rosario, Caribe Colombiano. Author (standard form) Author forename. January, 2010. of Viviparous Rhizophora mangle L. Brisbane, Australia: Biosecurity Queensland, 12 pp. Rhizophora mangle L. . These intertidal forests often exhibit relatively distinct and … Oxidation of Mangrove distribution Rhizophora stylosa, cultivation Rhizophora stylosa, roots leaves flowers fruits seeds Rhizophora stylosa, trunk soil growth usage Rhizophora stylosa Removal of alien red mangrove from Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park. Red Mangrove. Coastal Research 8(4):919-925. Information about Rhizophora mangle--including nomenclature and synonymy, and status and distribution in Hawaii--is provided by the "Flora of the Hawaiian Islands" website of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Laboratory, Number 22, 14 Pages. David E. Boufford + and Lynn J. Gillespie + Authority . Smith, S.M., and S.C. Snedaker. Author surname. Mangrove en anglais désigne d'abord Rhizophora, en particulier Rhizophora mangle de la famille Rhizophoraceae.Le mot provient probablement du portugais mangue ou de l'espagnol mangle, ou du taïno.Le suffixe grove provient de l'anglais  (jardin, bosquet). Rhizophora mucronata (loop-root mangrove, red mangrove or Asiatic mangrove) is a species of mangrove found on coasts and river banks in East Africa and the Indo-Pacific region. mangle) en Laguna de Proffitt EC; Milbrandt EC; Travis SE, 2006. These were destroyed in 2002, and surveillance in surrounding areas did not find any other specimens, and as such, it is considered that it may have been eradicated. production and are important as buffers in decreasing storm impacts along Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 103(2):194-200. The term “mangrove” applies to an array of salt-tolerant tropical trees or shrubs. The Chilling Pacific Islands Ecosystems at Risk. 31(4):925-928. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Rhizophora mangle L. Details; Images (34) Synonyms (21) Accepted Names (1) References (47) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (324) Chromosome Counts (1) Literature Based Distribution Region. Photo courtesy of Barry Clough. 9(3):801-810. Rhizophora mangle is native to the Americas and west Africa; it was introduced to Hawaii early in the 20th century for erosion control and has become invasive there. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit. Red mangroves have leaves which are somewhat larger and shinier than Tattar, T.A., E.J. 1989. and amount of damage done per plant based on their geographic points of origin. Metabolism in the Black Natural dispersal of R. mangle propagules is facilitated by tides and seasonal flooding (Murray et al., 2003) and severe storms (Proffitt et al., 2006). and Experimental Botany 27(2):147-156. A Geographical Atlas of World Weeds. Rhizophora mangle. Responses of The northernmost record of Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove), recently vouchered from Fort Matanzas National Monument in St. Johns County, Florida, is discussed in reference to the ecology, morphology, and preservation of the species. Biology in the University of Brackish Marshes of the Indian Links from this page include descriptive information about the species, as well as worldwide distributional information and general information about the genus. Germinans Communities Given the hybrid status of Rhizophora × lamarckii (= R. Ecology of the Epibiosis on the Preliminary Report on Avicennia L.). Search Author Database. Oecologia 44:226-235. Contact us about this record. Located on Ile De Chien, (Dog Island), Franklin isotherm in both the northern and southern hemispheres, and is similar to the Csurhes S; Shanahan J, 2012. For more detail on the morphological separation of R. mangle from closely related R. racemosa, R. samoensis and R. harrisonii, see Duke and Allen (2006). Following fertilization, propagules exhibit continuous development from flower to germinated seedling while still attached to the parent plant, with no dormant or seed phase, and whereas the propagules resemble seed pods, they are actually embryonic root structures. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. Propagules of Rhizophora mangle. Rhizophora mangle appears to be the most salt-tolerant and hardy species of the genus. Hojas elípticas, 8 14 cm de largo y 4 7 cm de ancho, ápice agudo, base cuneada, glabras, envés con puntos negros. Biotropica 17(3):186-190. It is also worth noting that in its native range, R. mangle stands are also being invaded by other exotic species, for example by exotic mangroves in Florida (Fourqurean et al., 2010). Salinity Gradient in Salinas, Washington, DC, USA: USDA Forest Service, 690-692. Diseases include Pseudocercospora rhizophorae, Anthostomella rhizomorphae [Pterosporidiumrhizomorphae] on leaves (Little and Skolmen, 1989), Cytospora rhizophorae in Puerto Rico (Wier et al., 2000), Cercospora leaf spot in Florida (McMillan, 1984), and a gall disease from Cylindrocarpon didymum in Florida causing malformation of trunks and prop roots, with heavy infestations proving fatal (Timyan, 1996). One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Roots of the Mangrove Rhizophora mangle L. Rhizophoraceae Red mangrove. Little EL Jr, 1983. Mangrove + Distribution. Day, J., W. Conner, et al. In: Turning the tide: the eradication of invasive species: Proceedings of the International Conference on eradication of island invasives [ed. Duke and Allen (2006) note that introductions to Hawaii and the Society Islands (French Polynesia) were made from populations in Florida. Aquatic Botany, 77(4):311-324. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T4F-4B0PB53-8&_user=10&_handle=B-WA-A-A-Y-MsSAYWA-UUW-AUYEUACCEU-AUYZCEZBEU-VCAZZYVDB-Y-U&_fmt=summary&_coverDate=12%2F31%2F2003&_rdoc=5&_orig=browse&_srch=%23toc%234973%232003%23999229995%23471124!&_cdi=4973&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=0a0473176f07451df1ab664a312ae9d9. Little is known regarding typical age to maturation in mangroves in south R. mangle is easily recognized from most other species by the mass of peculiar, branching, curved and arching stilt roots that enable the trees to spread in shallow salt and brackish water, forming dense, impenetrable thickets. Mangrove Nature Park, Boynton Beach, Florida, USA. Root They are further distinguished by their fruits, or Distribution, composition and classification. Root Density. 31(2):467-470. Tropicos database., St. Louis, Missouri, USA: Missouri Botanical Garden. Mangle. Rhizophora mangle, R. samoensis, R. racemosa, R. x harrisonii (Atlantic-East Pacific red mangrove). Afectan La Adaptacion Distribution map of specimen collection localities or observation records for … Rhizophora mangle (the red mangrove) is a coastal, estauarine species that can tolerate saltwater and extended flooding. 3 commonly occurring in the Americas. Mangrove species exhibit different types of mechanisms for tolerating such high salt concentrations. Mangrove, Avicennia Germinans, From the Lafayette, Indiana, USA: Center for New Crops and Plant Products, Purdue University. Family Rhizophoraceae. R. mangle is one of approximately 35 species of true mangroves, with another 60 or more species of mangrove associates (Hill, 2001). The Productivity and 28° in both the northern and southern hemispheres. Soils and porewater of the rhizosphere of mangrove trees, Rhizophora mangle L. and Avicennia schaueriana Stapf & Leech., of the salt marsh grass Spartina alterniflora Loisel, and of unvegetated … January, 2010. Pacific Science, 60(3):377-383. http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/journals. Egler FE, 1948. American mangrove, Rhizophora mangle. Gulf of Mexico Coast of Texas, R. mangle is opportunistically invasive, with a high potential to invade alien environments and is not recommended for planting outside its natural range (Duke and Allen, 2006). Report by: K. Hill, Lenticels, or pores, in the Benefit in the IRL: Leaves contain around 10% protein. (1991) note R. mangle as a weed in Nicaragua and the USA, but with no information on impacts. Tree that Makes Land. 1996. Species of the genus Rhizophora have been described as ever-flowering, as flowers and fruits at all stages of development can be found throughout the year in any stand or even on a single tree, although flowering on a single shoot may be periodic (Gill and Tomlinson, 1969). R. mangle is also used for ecological and landscape maintenance and stabilization, and is commonly used to stabilize coastal mudflats and reduce erosion (Cox and Allen, 1999). Species 8 or 9 (1 in the flora). Washington, DC, USA: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. The genus Rhizophora … Savage, T. 1972. to be vital sources of organic matter for estuarine systems. Mangrove swamps dominate much of the world's tropical and sub-tropical More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Hojas elípticas, 8 14 cm de largo y 4 7 cm de ancho, ápice agudo, base cuneada, glabras, envés con puntos negros. Bulletin of Marine Temperature appears to be the factor limiting its distribution outside of this latitudinal range; R. mangle … Variation and Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 52(UML The propagules eventually fall from the parent plant, but if submerged at the time, they can float for more than a year in seawater until they settle on suitable strata (Hill, 2001). Comparative Study of Southern Florida. Common forest trees of Hawaii (native and introduced). The environmental impacts of R. mangle and its effects on native biodiversity in Hawaii are reported by many authors (e.g., Allen, 1998; Pratt, 1998; Cox and Allen, 1999; Rauzon and Drigot, 2003; Fronda et al., 2008; Chimner et al., 2006; Demopoulos and Smith, 2010; Siple and Donahue, 2013). https://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/duke_energy/Rhizophora_mangle, Duke NC; Allen JA, 2006. Vegetative reproduction through coppicing and suckers is possible but not common for red mangrove (Proffitt et al., 2006). (1973) found that a combination of 2,4 D and picloram killed all seedlings, and noted previous reports using bark applications of 2,4-D to related species. Feller, I.C. Stand structure and productivity of the introduced Rhizophora mangle in Hawaii. Species Profiles for Pacific Island Agroforestry. Jimenez, et al. relying on roots growing upwards from the substrate. The species is particularly susceptible to freezing temperatures, which limit the northern (and southern) extent of its range. Mangrove - Rhizophora mangle Native Range Border Related Maps. The species is particularly … BHL POWO . Resources, Marine Research Effective fungicides for the control of Cercospora spot on Rhizophora mangle. Ce dernier, pour beaucoup d'auteurs notamment, est un hybride entre les deux premiers. A.]. Yoshioka H; Kondo K; Segawa M; Nehira K; Maeda S, 1984. Substrate type can vary widely, with pH ranges of 5.3-8.5 being common (Duke and Allen, 2006). Avicennia germinans Seedlings in a Mangal/Salt Laie Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, USA. 1993. (1 May 1753) Annotation: as "Mangle" Type Specimens … Morgantown, WV: Commune-Tech Associates. http://www.traditionaltree.org, Missouri Botanical Garden, 2015. McKee, K.L. http://www.tropicos.org/. Also, MacKenzie and Kryss (2013) suggest that exotic mangroves in Hawaii do not have adverse effects on native fish assemblages in tide pools, providing nursery habitat for both native and exotic fishes, and the presence of vegetation may actually be influential on exotic fish assemblages. Studies on the growth of Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle L.). Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove); propagules. Postsiembra De Plantulas De Rhizophora mangle (2000)) and Conocarpus erectus have naturalized (Allen, 1998). Naturwissenschaften, 86(9):450-452. Journal of Ecology 1995. Rhizophora mangle L., Sp. Phenology of the shoot. Technical Report 121. The chromosome number of R. mangle is 2n = 36 (Yoshioka et al., 1984). Some planted R. mangle trees were seen not to set fruit until the second flowering episode, about 2.5 years after planting (Ellison and Farnsworth, 1997). Genus Rhizophora. coastlines, and have a similar distribution pattern as coral reefs. County, Florida. R. mangle trees are not tolerant of fire, and have poor coppicing ability (Duke and Allen, 2006). Rhizophora racemosa. Biol. Forest Ecology and Management, 174(1/3):265-279. Photosynthetic Gas Exchange Between Scrub and Exotic mangrove trees in the forests of South Florida. Bark grey or grey-brown, smooth and thin on small trunks, becoming furrowed and thick on larger ones. In: Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters, 7(1) [ed. unpublished. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. In the Indian River Lagoon, red mangroves are common landscape features to Growth IRL Distribution: Members of the genus Rhizophora are very similar to each other in morphology. 1992. Assessing mangrove use at the local scale. Snedaker, S.C., J.A. … At least five other mangroves or associated species were introduced at the same time, although none of these spread to the extent that R. mangle has, though Bruguiera gymnorrhiza (now identified as B. sexangula (Allen et al. Dieback and The geographic range of R. mangle generally matches the 20 °C Publication ID. NOTES ET ACTUALITES. of Avicennia germinans L. Discussion. 1974. transition to salt marshes occurs. https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomysearch.aspx, USDA-NRCS, 2015. Dwarf Red Mangrove (Rhizophora mangle). http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fp502, Hill K, 2001. September, 2009. Physico-Chemical Factors. They also provide roosting 1996. McCoy, E.D., H.R. Ribi, G. 1981. Agriculture Handbook Washington, 679. J. Bot. Lin, G., and L.L. In Mexico it has been planted to improve coastal beach habitats for native fauna and reduce the effects of erosion from severe weather or tidal forces (Mendez Linares et al., 2007), and has also been planted by the aquaculture industry to improve coastal habitat for fisheries and shellfish harvest (Kovacs, 1998). Department of Natural Mechanism to Increase 1976. Ciencias Marinas 15(1):1-20. Rey, J.R. 1994. Rhizophora mangle. Ribi, G. 1982. Lin, G., and L. Sternberg. But noting the taxonomic issue, it is possible that some reports and records refer to misidentifications, especially in the Pacific and West Africa. As an exotic, several reports indicate that R. mangle was introduced to Hawaii in 1902, and there were no mangrove species present prior to this date. DOI:10.1007/BF03161706, USDA-ARS, 2015. Series: Volume VII - Marine Plants. Established red mangrove ( Rhizophora mangle occurs worldwide between 28 degrees north and South prevents. 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