Relative Abundance and Diversity of Rosaceae from Protected Parks in Northern Areas of Pakistan
The Rosaceae family is also considered as the rose family. There are 27 genera and nearly 160 species from this family in Pakistan. This study was carried out to determine the diversity and population size of species belonging to the Rosaceae family in selected national parks from Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. Unbiased stage-sampling was carried out. Four species belonging to the Rosaceae family were observed in Banjosa Game Reserve. Rosa brunonii and Duchesnea indica present, were not enough to calculate relative abundance. Only two species from this family were recorded from Dhirkot National Park, Rubus fruticosus and Fragaria nubicola. Pir Chanasi National Park and Tolipir National Park had the most diversity out of all the National Parks surveyed.
& Farooq, M.
Relative Abundance and Diversity of Rosaceae from Protected Parks in Northern Areas of Pakistan,
Journal of Bioresource Management, 6
Biodiversity Commons, Biology Commons, Forest Sciences Commons