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Rare Endemic and Threatened Plants of Western Ghats

By: MK Ratheesh Narayanan(Author), MK Nandakumar(Author), CN Sunil(Author), V Balakrishnan(Author), KA Sujana(Author)
270 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Rare Endemic and Threatened Plants of Western Ghats
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  • Rare Endemic and Threatened Plants of Western Ghats ISBN: 9788186660270 Hardback Jan 2018 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 months
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Language: English

The mountainous Western Ghats covers just 6% of the total land area of lndia, but holds more than 30% of lndia's biodiversity and several endemics. Unfortunately, the Western Ghats is an under-explored region even in the case of higher plant species. The terrain is one of the 10 "Hottest biodiversity hotspots" of the world, apart from it being one of the 34 global biodiversity hotspots and serving a critical role in sequestration of carbon emissions in India.

Many factors continue to threaten the survival of endangered plants of this region. This book has documented 2113 flowering plants from Wayanad district alone, including 496 endemic plants, and contains a detailed account of 230 selected rare, endemic, and threatened plant species of Western Ghats. The high quality colour photos of each plant species given in this book will help the readers in the proper identification of plants in the field.

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By: MK Ratheesh Narayanan(Author), MK Nandakumar(Author), CN Sunil(Author), V Balakrishnan(Author), KA Sujana(Author)
270 pages, colour photos, colour maps
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