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Tree regeneration in sacred groves of Kathmandu valley, Nepal
Ecoprint An International Journal of Ecology
<p>Population structure and regeneration status of tree species were studied in two sacred groves of Kathmandu valley, Pashupati (PSG) and Bajrabarahi (BSG) by sampling in concentric circular plots of 20 m radius. The dominant tree species of PSG are Schima wallichii, Pyrus pashia, Myrsine capitellata, Persea odoratissima and Quercus glauca, where as those in BSG are Neolitsea cuipala, Castanopsis indica" Choerospondias axillaris, Schima wallichii and, Myrsine capitellata. On the basis ofdoi:10.3126/eco.v22i0.15468 fatcat:sig4plj3wvehnot7x3x6ouk4qy