San Jorge Cananguchal
The Cananguchales are one of the most important palms in the Department and cover large areas of the river basins. It is a high, generous and gregarious palm that forms large groups called "Cananguchales"; these species integrate very peculiar formations, becoming the dominant element of the tree stratum in the region, and the palms are usually seen on the banks of rivers, because their roots system adapts easily to flood soils.
These cananguchales are among of the few that still remain in Caquetá's geography, despite the indiscriminate felling of forest in this Department. They are located twenty minutes far from Morelia town on the road that leads to San Jorge village.