- mangrove (n.)
- 1610s, mangrow, probably from Spanish mangle, mangue (1530s), which is perhaps from Carib or Arawakan. Modern spelling in English (1690s) is from influence of grove. A Malay origin also has been proposed, but it is difficult to explain how it came to be used for an American plant.
- 1. It is the world's largest tidal mangrove forest.
- 2. The area also contains forests of palm, cypress, mangrove and pine.
- 大沼泽的林区里有棕榈树, 丝柏, 红树林和松树.
- 3. It contains the world's largest area of mangrove forests.
- 4. Ants of Mangrove Area of Yingluo Bay in Guangxi ( Hymenoptera: Formicoidea )
- 广西英罗港红树林区蚁科昆虫记述 ( 膜翅目: 蚁总科 )
- 5. Mangrove solochak is a special type of soil under mangrove vegetation.
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