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    Blooming non-native trees in Pune city 2015-16
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    Presentation
    Description
    TO study the origin of tree spp from the field guide books by Dr. Mahajan written in Marathi, I documented both native and non-native spp in bloom. I came to know that I had taken some common spp for granted as native. This is a pdf which contains flowering non native trees and other habit plants during 2015-16.
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    Flowers of native plants in Pune, Maharashtra.
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    Presentation
    Description
    Pune city - a largest city in WG, has maximum green cover and tree bio-diversity. I am fortunate to live in this city. I tried to photodocument the flowering trees during 2015-16 year round. I have segregated the species into native and exotic (non-native) This pdf contains flowers of native spp.
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    Northernmost distribution of five tree species to the Western Ghats from the sacred groves of Pune District, Maharashtra, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    Sacred Groves are the forest patches dedicated to a local deity, which have been conserved since centuries and play a very important role in conserving many threatened plants as well as animal species. In the present work, we have studied fifteen sacred groves in Pune District for their floristic diversity. A total of 296 species were recorded of which five species show their northernmost distribution to the Western Ghats in the sacred groves of Pune District. The present paper highlights this unique feature of sacred groves as the abodes of rare species having their northernmost distribution recorded in the grove.
    Attribution
    Kulkarni A., Datar M.N., Awasarkar U., Upadhye A. (2014). Journal of Threatened Taxa 8(6) pp. 6093-6100; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o3644.6093-100
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    A note on five freshwater sponges (Porifera: Spongillina: Spongillidae) from Pune, Maharashtra, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    We report the presence of five freshwater sponges in ephemeral and permanent fresh water bodies in and around Pune, Maharashtra, India. Field observations, descriptive notes, habitus photographs and SEM photographs of body spicules, gemmule spicules and gemmules of five species are provided. Eunapius carteri (Bowerbank, 1863), Radiospongilla cerebellata (Bowerbank, 1863) and Corvospongilla lapidosa (Annandale, 1908) are commonly occurring species, whereas Ephydatia meyeni (Carter, 1849) and Dosilia plumosa (Carter, 1849) are rarely found. This report fills a longstanding gap in observations of freshwater sponges near Pune, and it is heartening to note that species reported earlier are still found in these environs.
    Attribution
    Jakhalekar S.S., Ghate H.V. (2013). Journal of Threatened Taxa 9(5) pp. 4392-4403; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o3356.4392-403
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    New locality records and additional information on habitats of three species of clam shrimps (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) from a region in northern part of Western Ghats (Sahyadris), India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    Sampling in two freshwater bodies near Pune City, Maharashtra State located in the northern region of the Western Ghats revealed the presence of three species of clam shrimps. In this paper we provide new locality records of genera Caenestheriella sp. and Lynceus sp. from the northern region of the Western Ghats in Maharashtra State, India. We also provide some habitat description and information on ecological parameters of the water bodies.
    Attribution
    Padhye S.M., Ghate H.V., Pai K. (2011). Journal of Threatened Taxa 5(3) pp. 1756-1763; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o2486.1756-63