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Threatened Flora & Fauna of Punjab

By: Jatinder Kaur Arora(Author), Gurharminder Singh(Author)
88 pages, 100+ colour photos
Threatened Flora & Fauna of Punjab
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  • Threatened Flora & Fauna of Punjab ISBN: 9789394991231 Hardback Jan 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

This book showcases the threatened flora and fauna of the Indian state of Punjab. Information on key attributes and other aspects of threatened species is presented in a well-rounded manner and is interspersed with more than 100 photographs, not only of threatened species but also of other key facets of the biodiversity of Punjab.



1. Roheda - The Blooming Beauty ‘Desert Teak’: Tecomella undulata
2. The Button tree: Anogeissus sericea
3. Sweet Alyce Clover: Alysicarpus bupleurifolius
4. Khappar Kaddu - Nature’s Tumbi : Ceropegia bulbosa
5. The Indian Cheese Maker: Withania coagulans
6. Shoe Flower’s Lesser-Known Cousin: Hibiscus hoshiarpurensis
7. Larger Adder’s Tongue: Ophioglossum polyphyllum
8. Snake Tongue Fern: Ophioglossum gramineum
9. Saras - The Tallest Flying Bird: Grus antigone
10. Dolphin - The state aquatic animal of Punjab: Platanista gangetica
11. Chitti Gidh - Nature’s Crusader for Environment cleaning: Gyps bengalensis
12. Azgar - One of the Largest Snake of South Asia: Python molurus
13. Tilhara Kachukuma - Patterned Charmer under Shelled Armour: Kachuga tecta

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By: Jatinder Kaur Arora(Author), Gurharminder Singh(Author)
88 pages, 100+ colour photos
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