Capital City Colima
Territory 5,625 km2
Population 735,724 0.6%
(of the country’s total population)
GDP $6,554,564,102 USD
(0.6% of the national GDP in 2017)
GDP main sectors
- Commerce: 23.1%
- Real estate sector: 12.0%
- Construction: 11.1%
- Transportation: 11.0%
A rainfall of 1,007 cubic millimeters. Mainly from June to October. In the coastal zone and Armería river basin, there is humid and warm weather, while ranges from temperate at higher elevations to warm in the south zone.
Located in most parts of the State territory. It is characterized by the fact that the species has a height of fewer than 15 meters that ordinarily possess a large number of vines.
Median jungle or high forest
It develops in the central and western area of the State. In its maximum development, the threes have maximum heights of 25 to 30 meters.
The dominant species “Pinus spp”, it is located in the “Volcanes de Colima” sub-province and in the mountain of the coast of Jalisco and Colima. The dominant species within it are: Pinus devoniana, Pinus montezumae, Pinus hartwegii, Pinus maximinoi, Pinus pseudostrobus. Pinus rudis and Pinus ayacahuite with a height between 25 to 30 meters.
The main species there, are: Quercus magnoliifolia, Quercuas castanea and as companion species are mexican Clethra, Clusia salvinii, Guadichaudia macvauchii and Bunchosia lanceolata.
It is an evergreen community with the presence of fog creating a microclimate where deciduous and evergreen elements are mixed, the height of the threes fluctuates between 12 and 40 m. with diameters from 30 to 150 cm, found at altitudes ranging from 700 and 2600 meters above sea level.
Formed by high palms of pinnatifid leaves, like corozo (Attalea butiracea, Attalea cohune, coquito de Aceite, Guacoyol) and mexican Sabal, inter alia, that have their distribution in the slopes and plains of the Pacific.
The mangrove is a woody, dense, shrubby or arborescent formation with an absence of herbaceous and climbing plants. The species that compose it are Rhizophora mangle (red mangrove) and Laguncularia racemosa (white mangrove), both evergreen.