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According to the classification proposed by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), the vegetation cover of the Grumari slopes belongs to the Submontana Dense Ombrophylous Forest, while in the lowland they are part of the Pioneiras Formations (restinga, manguezal and flooded).

The Papeles
However, unlike the bird's nest, which is held together by excretion, his is a nest that seldom needs an adhesive. I searched "Automatic Doom" to see what cover was and seems to be a song from @mistersparrow or Special Pillow .

Separated in 1997 by Estrada State of Guanabara, most of the restinga extends from this to the slopes. It has some trails and clearings, but in some places the vegetation becomes thick and almost impenetrable, composed basically of herbaceous and mostly shrubs, with few trees of small to medium size. In the Grumari restinga, endangered species such as the goeta (Pavonia alnifolia - Malvaceae), Cathedra rubricaulis - Olacaceae, with no known common name, the black muirapinima (Brosimum guianense - Moraceae), the muirapinima (Coussapoa microcarpa - Moraceae), the macacaúba (Platymiscium nitens - Leguminosae) and the vase (Aristolochia macroura - Aristolochiaceae), as well as Cactaceae (Cereus sp and Opuntia sp). Orchids (Cattleya forbesii, C. guttata and Epidendum denticulatum - Orchidaceae), as well as the endangered (Cyrtopodium paranaënse - Orchidaceae) and the amaryllis (Amaryllis rutila - Amaryllidaceae) are still to be found.

According to the classification proposed by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics - IBGE, the canopy of the hillsides Grumari belongs to the lower montane rain forest, while in the lowlands are integrated with the Pioneer Formations (dunes , mangroves and wetlands).