Additions of the flowering plants in the herbarium of Department of Plant Resources, Nepal (KATH), collected through Darwin Initiative Project (U.K.) in 2004 and 2005

  • Keshab R. Rajbhandari Professor, Department of Plant Resources
  • Vaidya K. Manandhar Professor, Department of Plant Resources
  • Sajan Dahal Professor, Department of Plant Resources
  • Rajesh K. Uprety Professor, Department of Plant Resources
  • Nirmala Pandey Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Keywords: plants, Nepal, UK

Abstract

As a part of the training programme of the Darwin Initiative Project (U.K.) on ‘Building capacity for plant biodiversity, inventory and conservation in Nepal', two botanical expeditions were conducted in Sagarmatha National Park, Solukhumbu District, East Nepal in 2004 and 2005 and one in Chitwan and adjoining areas, Central Nepal in 2004. In total about 1800 plant species were collected during these three expeditions. Among these, 158 species are new additions to the Herbarium of Department of Plant Resources (KATH).

Keywords: plants; Nepal; UK.

Bulletin of the Department of Plant Resources Vol 30, 2008 pp 22-46

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Author Biographies

Keshab R. Rajbhandari, Professor, Department of Plant Resources

Professor, Department of Plant Resources

 

Vaidya K. Manandhar, Professor, Department of Plant Resources

Professor, Department of Plant Resources

 

Sajan Dahal, Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Rajesh K. Uprety, Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Nirmala Pandey, Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Professor, Department of Plant Resources
Published
2008-12-23
How to Cite
Rajbhandari, K., Manandhar, V., Dahal, S., Uprety, R., & Pandey, N. (2008). Additions of the flowering plants in the herbarium of Department of Plant Resources, Nepal (KATH), collected through Darwin Initiative Project (U.K.) in 2004 and 2005. Bulletin of the Department of Plant Resources, 30, 22-46. Retrieved from https://www.nepjol.info/index.php/BDPR/article/view/1520
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