Distribution of A. modesta, A. julibrissin And M. himalayana Gamble In Pir Lasura National Park
Pir Lasura National Park (PLNP) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan is located in the Kotli Forest division and spans across an area of 13,900 acres. The list obtained through this study included 46 tree species of angiosperms, out of which only 3 species belong to the family Mimosaceae; A. modesta, A. julibrissin and M. himalayana gamble. A. modesta had 1.6 % constancy and belonged to class Ⅰ, A. julibrissin had 3.3% relative cover and belonged to class Ⅰ, whereas the relative vegetative cover of Mimosa himalayana gamble was too less to be tabulated. All the three species of the Mimosaceae family were scantily available. However, A. modesta and A. julibrissin had enough vegetative cover with respect to other species for them to be reported whereas M. himalayana gamble didn’t have any significant distribution in the selected area.
Khan, S. W.,
Hanif, N. Q.,
& Manzoor, M.
Distribution of A. modesta, A. julibrissin And M. himalayana Gamble In Pir Lasura National Park,
Journal of Bioresource Management, 5