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Forest Flora of Nichlaul-III. Phytosociological Studies


The present paper deals with the phytosociological studies of Nichlaul forest. Important features of the forest concerning geographical location, topography, soil, climate and vegetational composition have been outlined. Eight types of plant communities have been recognised. The phytosociological characters noted in the field on visual estimation are dominance and sociability of perennial species. Only selected associates of the communities have been included in the table.

The eight types of communities described appear to be interrelated floristically. The sociological values show that 17.8% of the species are common to all the eight communities indicating a high degree of congnuity.



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