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Plants of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Himalaya A Field Guide

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By: Ishwari Datt Rai(Author), Gajendra Singh(Author), Gopal Singh Rawat(Author), AN Purohit(Foreword By)
393 pages, colour photos
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This book is the first to cover the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, a national sanctuary in Uttarakhand, India, which harbours a diverse array of flora and fauna typical of the western Himalayas. Owing to a wide altitudinal range of about 1100 to 7068 m above sea level, this area has a varied topography and range of bio-edaphic conditions, and one finds a large number of vegetation types, and a rich array of mammals, butterflies, birds and reptiles. Plants of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Himalaya not only covers in detail 575 plant species with photographs for easy identification using key characters, but also gives a complete overview of the area of the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, including its biodiversity, knowledge of local people, general vegetation types, history, and management.

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Field / Identification Guide SPECIAL OFFER
By: Ishwari Datt Rai(Author), Gajendra Singh(Author), Gopal Singh Rawat(Author), AN Purohit(Foreword By)
393 pages, colour photos
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