FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2020 Vol.26 No.2 PP 231­-242
https://doi.org/10.33451/florafauna.v26i2pp231-242
A preliminary floristic survey of Baisipalli wildlife sanctuary, Odisha, India
Anuradha Pradhan1, H.N.Subudhi2and *Bandana Kullu3
1Department of Botany,
Ravenshaw Junior College,
CUTTACK (ODISHA) - 753003
2National Rice Research Institute,
CUTTACK (ODISHA) - 753006
3Department of Botany,
Utkal University,
BHUBANESWAR-751004
*Corresponding Author : Email : bandkullu@gmail.com
ABSTRACT
Present study documented floristic diversity of Baisipalli wildlife sanctuary with a preliminary survey. Total of 202 indigenous Angiospermic species belonging to 163 genera under 68 families were recorded, out of which 170 (84%) were dicot plant species and 32 (16%) were monocot plant species. According the habit, 87 (43%) tree species, 68 (34%) herb species, 24 (12%) climber species and 23 (11%) shrub species were documented. Findings of the present study will be useful for further phytosociological and ethobotanical studies of the sanctuary.

Key words : Baisipalli wildlife sanctuary, Floristic survey, Species composition,
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