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    Magnolia lanuginosa (Wall.) Figlar & Noot. in West Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, northeastern India: re-collection and implications for conservation
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    Magnolia lanuginosa (Wall.) Figlar & Noot. [= Michelia lanuginosa Wall.], a rare tree species of Meghalaya, is restricted to the West Khasi Hills District, Meghalaya. The species was considered to have become extinct from the state. The present paper reports a recent re-collection of the species from four locations in the West Khasi Hills after a lapse of almost 100 years. In addition, the population structure, regeneration status and the threat to the species are also discussed so as to develop effective strategies for its conservation.
    Attribution
    Mir Aabid Hussain, Iralu Viheno, Pao Ngakhainii Trune, Chaudhury Gunjana, Khonglah Clarence G, Chaudhary Kanhaiya Lal, Tiwari Brijesh Kumar, Upadhaya Krishna (2016). Journal of Threatened Taxa 1(8) pp. 8398-8402; doi:10.11609/jott.2242.8.1.8398-8402