Additions to the angiosperms of the flora of Kannur district, Kerala, India from Aralam wildlife sanctuary

Dantas K.J.*, Sasidharan N., Binu K.V.

Abstract


A total of 216 species additions to the flora of Kannur district, Kerala, India from Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is reported based on the floristic studies carried out. Out of 216 species, 161 are dicotyledons and 55 monocotyledons spread across 72 families. The list includes 109 Peninsular Indian endemics comprising 59 southern Western Ghats endemics.

Keywords


Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary; Western Ghats; Additions; Kerala.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21746/aps.2016.07.003

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