Phytogeographic review of Vietnam and adjacent areas of Eastern Indochina

L. V. Averyanov, Phan Ke Loc, Nguyen Tien Hiep, D. K. Harder 

The northeastern and southwesterm frontiers of Vietnam are formed  by the waters of the Bac Bo (Tonkin) and Thailand (Siam) Gulfs of the South China Sea. The coastline of mainland Vietnam extends nearly 3440 km. A large number of islands, mainly of continental origin and also numerous small coral atolls are included in the territory of Vietnam. The Annamite mountain chains, mainly the Den Dinh, Sam Sao, Hua Phan and Truong Son Ridges form the natuaral western Vietnamese boundary with Laos and Cambodia.

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