Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 3:27PM
[chuck] in Myanmar, Neonauclea, Sagaing Diviison, Science, thitwa

U Myint Thein from the Htamanthi Wildlife Sanctuary examines the stump of a large thitwa (Neonauclea griffithii Hook f. Merr) tree near the site of our first inventory transect in the forests outside of Tikon (see Tikon). [NOTE: I was standing precariously on a piece of log when I took the photo. The red color of the wood was even more spectacular than shown in the image].

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