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    H. Hara,etc.
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Enumeration of flowering plants recorded from Imja Valley, SNP. POLYGONACEAE. Building capacity for plant biodiversity, inventory and conservation in Nepal: Activities of the recent Darwin Initiative Project in Nepal. Aconogonum sibiricum (Laxm. Pangboche surrounding, 4000m, 27o51. 57’E, October 1, 2007, SNP53. Aconogonum tortuosum (D. Do. H. Hara. 57’E, October 1, 2007, SNP54. Bistorta affinis (D. Don) Greene.

Hara, W. T. Stearn andL. Institute of Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. J. Williams AN ENUMERATION OF THE FLOWERING PLANTS OF NEPAL Trustees of British Museum (Natural History), London 1978, 154 . price: 22, 50 £Google Scholar. Personalised recommendations.

Book Publishing WeChat. 1982) An Enumeration of the Flowering Plants of Nepal. ABSTRACT: Central Nepal has long history in the field of botanical investigation in contrast with different parts of the nation. Nevertheless, the present study area (Manaslu Conservation Area) is still under-explored. MCA and its affinity are likewise house to 10 endemic flowering plants.

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Enumeration of flowering plants of Nepal. Trustees of British Museum (Nat. Hist. Floristic regions of the world. Soviet sciences Press, Moscow, 522 p. (in russian). Hara H. & Hohashi . 1966, 1971, 1974. The Flora of Eastern Himalaya. The University of Tokyo Press, 3 vol. Authors. This work was initiated in the late 60s by Pr Jean-François Dobremez. In the early 70s, Dr Puspa Ratna Shakya worked out the flora of Eastern Nepal.

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An enumeration of the flowering plants of Nepal. Retrieved 22 July 2014. Tej Kumar Shrestha Wildlife of Nepal: A Study of Renewable Resources of Nepal Himalayas, p. 579, at Google Books. "Iridaceae Iris staintonii Hara". Retrieved 17 October 2014. "Iris barbatula Noltie & . Guan, New Plantsman 2: 137 (1995)".

For further information on Nepal and its plants see ww. loraofnepal. Krishna Shrestha (kksu. np) or Dr. Robert Press (. [email protected] The following organizations are acknowledged for their support in preparation of the original printed checklist and the updates for this online version. Darwin Initiative (UK), The Natural History Museum, London (UK), Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University (Nepal), Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (UK), University of Tokyo (Japan), and Missouri Botanical Garden (USA)