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Further Contribution to the Flora of the Karimnagar District of Andhra Pradesh


The Karimnagar District lies in the Telangana Region of Andhra Pradesh (18°-19°10' N ; 78°30'-80°20'E). It was recently surveyed with the objective of exploring the possibility of exploiting non agricultural plants of economic value. The survey and collection was done mainly at Mahadevpur, Nimmagodem and Manthani Ranges of the District. The present paper records those taxa which are found as additions to the flora of Karimnagar. The district lies within the tropical deciduous belt which occupies a larger part of the peninsular India. The forests abound in teak mixed with deciduous trees of a number of species, the preponderance of which depends on soil and habitat conditions.


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