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Implantation of rhizophores
Rhizophores, which are always partially inundated by marine waters, thrive on the sandy-muddy and silty soils of mangroves. They also adapt to the harder substrates of the coral rocks of the raised atolls of New Caledonia. They are common in the sheltered bays of the archipelago and at the mouths of the slow-flowing rivers on the west coast of Grande-Terre.
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