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Biodiversity of angiospermic climbers of daund tahsil from pune district (M.S.), India


Bagal JG*

The regional floristic studies are very important and it can be achieved by exploration of smaller areas. This is useful in the revision of existing flora. In present paper an account of Biodiversity of Angiospermic climbers of Daund Tahsil from Pune district of Maharashtra state, India is highlighted. Plant exploration was conducted to determine Angiosperm climber species in Daund tahsil. The present paper gives an account of total 73 species of climbers belonging to 53 genera and 23 families of Angiosperms. Out of 73 species, 71 species are belonging to Dicotyledons while only 2 species are of Monocotyledons. The family Cucurbitaceae (16 Species), Convolvulaceae (13 Species) and Fabaceae (7 Species) are dominant families of climbing Angiosperms in Daund tahsil. The genus Ipomea (7 species) is largest genera. Each plant is studied with respect to its botanical name, local name, family name, flowering and fruiting period etc.

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