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Phyto diversity of pullur banda, siddipet (d), Telangana, India: a field study

Author: 
Rupa, P. and Lakshmi Bhavani, N.
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Abstract: 

Pullur banda is a huge, natural, monolithic (Single rock) form and spread over above 100 acres at high altitude of Pullur village, Siddipet district, Telangana, India. It is one of the historical and archeological places of Telangana state. The present study carried out during monsoon season. Pullur Banda is wealthy of diversified plants from lower plants to higher plants and shows true plant diversity. The species of Algae, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Angiosperms and Lichens are lavishly distributed on top of the rock as well as around of it. Cryptogams like Marchantia, Funaria and Selaginella were found abundantly. Very limited distribution of Adiantum and Actinopteris species also found beneath the rocks of this area. Rare species, snake tongue fern Ophioglossum species has been reporting at first in Siddipet district and it is constrained to very limited area within finger count. Angiosperms: Butea, Borasus, Ficus sps, Neem, Andrographis, Tribulus, Pongamia, Cyper and Cleome spp…etc. were found commonly. The field observations have shown evolutionarily important species all at a place. In the present study explored the diversified vegetative forms concern to 54 families with 142 species and has been reporting of true plant diversity of this area in the form of photos and data.

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