Looking into the oak laurel montane forest, and it’s immediately clear why it differs from forest dominated by dipterocarp trees. Trees are shorter and smaller here. The big fern on the right is a oak leaf fern (Drynaria quercifolia).
Lower montane oak laurel forest
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