From Plains to Hills: Floristic Diversity in Kheralu and Satlasana Taluka, Mehsana District, Gujarat
Keywords:Floristic Diversity, Kheralu, Satlasana, Taranga Hill, Mehsana District
The studies of Floristic diversity contributes greatly to understanding the diversity of plant species and their importance in the environment. Floristic diversity is an indicator of the natural heritage and ecological wealth of a region. This paper presents the findings of preliminary floristic studies conducted in Kheralu and Satlasana Taluka of Mehsana District, Gujarat. Both these talukas offer a valuable opportunity to study the variety of flora in a single district with geographic variations ranging from the plains to the hills. The results reveal a rich and diverse flora in Kheralu and Satlasana Taluka consisting 239 plant species belonging to 195 genera and 68 angiosperm families.
Keywords: Floristic diversity, Kheralu, Satlasana, Mehsana District, Biodiversity Conservation
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