NEW REPORT OF (FAMILY LAURACEAE) FROM RAJASTHAN, INDIA LITSEA GLUTINOSA

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Published: 2016-01-02

Page: 81-82


SATISH KUMAR SHARMA *

Assistant Conservator of Forests, Wildlife Sanctuary Jaisamand, Post- Jaisamand, Dist: Udaipur, Pin- 313905, Rajasthan, India

DHARMENDRA KHANDAL *

Conservation Biologist, Tiger Watch Ranthambhore Road, Sawai Madhopur Pin- 322001, Rajasthan- India

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve confined tothe south-eastern part of Rajasthan in Sawai Madhopur district. Confluence of Aravallis and Vindhyas mountain ranges is present within the legal boundaries of the park. Biotic elements of both the mountain ranges are present in the Tiger Reserve. Though park is known for tigers and other faunal species but its flora is also an attraction for the scholars. Various aspects of the flora of Ranthambore have been studied by many workers like
Bhardwaj (2008), Chaudhary,(1997 & 2000), Das (1987,1997), Das and Singh (1995), Jain (1960), Parmar and Shrivastava (2004), Sharma (1983), Sharma and Singh (1998), Shetty and Singh (1987,1991 & 1993) and Singh and Shrivastava (2007). Recently, an extensive and intensive study of the flora of the park is presented by Singh and Shrivastava (2007). They have reported 98 Families, 328 genera and 539 species from RanthamboreTiger Reserve.


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SHARMA, S. K., & KHANDAL, D. (2016). NEW REPORT OF (FAMILY LAURACEAE) FROM RAJASTHAN, INDIA LITSEA GLUTINOSA. BIONATURE, 36(2), 81–82. Retrieved from https://globalpresshub.com/index.php/BN/article/view/545

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