Five protected areas from temperate highlands of Pakistan were gauged for biodiversity of the Moraceae family. The National Park in Pir Lasura was studied from June to July 2009, in Banjosa from May to June 2009, in Pir Chanasi from April to May 2010, in Dhirkot (February 2008) and in Tolipir from April to May 2008. From the five protected areas surveyed, only three had species belonging to the family Moraceae. Three species were observed from Banjosa Game Reserve, two from Tolipir Nature Reserve and six from Pir Lasura National Park. The species commonly found were Ficus carica, Ficus Palmate, Ficus religiosa, Ficus bengalensis, Ficus spp., Ficus virens and Morus spp.
Khan, S. W.,
Shah, S. A.,
& Haider, J.
Ethnobotanical Importance and Relative Abundance of the Mulberry Family from Temperate Highlands, Pakistan,
Journal of Bioresource Management, 6