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A Field Guide to Flowering Plants of the Mekhal Hills, Central India

Field / Identification Guide
By: Shivaji Chaudhry(Author), Naveen Kumar Sharma(Author), Nidhan Singh(Author)
371 pages, illustrations
A Field Guide to Flowering Plants of the Mekhal Hills, Central India
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  • A Field Guide to Flowering Plants of the Mekhal Hills, Central India ISBN: 9789388812047 Paperback Jan 2019 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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The Mekal Hill Area in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh is an abode of great plant diversity that plays integral part in the sustenance and economic welfare of its inhabitant, a majority of which consists of different tribal groups. The book is a compilation of information on proper identification of flowering plants in and around the areas of the Mekal Hills, up to the genus and family level. Apart from hitherto scattered listings of the flora of the region, hardly anything has been written on the aspects related to the identification of these plants in the field. This is an easy to use identification guide for the naturalists as well as researchers. The book contains descriptions of 410 flowering plants, including morphological notes and images. The book is intended to rejuvenate the interest of plant lovers, from beginner to expert in an authentic way by following standard identification protocols.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Shivaji Chaudhry(Author), Naveen Kumar Sharma(Author), Nidhan Singh(Author)
371 pages, illustrations
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