SOME RARE HERBS OF ALIRAJPUR, MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA
Keywords:Alirajpur, Floristic studies, vegetation, Botanical garden, Dry deciduous forest
Alirajpur is situated in the south west corner of Madhya Pradesh. Alirajpur is declared as a new district on 17th May 2008. Dry deciduous forest is found in the area. Major part of the area is covered by the Deccan trap. Floristic studies were carried out in the year 2013-2015. This area are the representative of climax vegetation and exhibit the diversity of species such as trees, climbers, epiphyte and other shade living herbs. Present study reports 10 plant species which is distributed in 09 families 10 Genera are found in Alirajpur, Madhya Pradesh, India
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