International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 6, Part C (2015)
Plant diversity of angiosperm at Takhteshwer temple and around, Bhavnagar City, Gujarat, India
Bharat B. Maitreya
Takhteshwer temple situated on rocky hill area in the middle of Bhavnagar city. It’s a place of tourist interest for religious purpose and view of entire city from the place. Forest department and local people planned to plantation of trees in scheme of social forestry and Municipal Corporation take interest for development of the area. Floristic composition survey carried out from 2013 to 2014 at Takhteshwer temple and around. Angiosperms are surveyed and identified, phenological study in each month of year and prepare a complete list of plants forming a vegetation community of the area. The study area shows a plant diversity comprise of 108 genera and 133 species belong to 45 angiospermic families. It was found that habit compose of 29 Trees, 12 Shrubs, 80 Herbs and 07 Climbers and 05 Twiners in the area. These are cultivated and wild species. Ephemerals grown in monsoon which covered the ground area.
How to cite this article:
Bharat B. Maitreya. Plant diversity of angiosperm at Takhteshwer temple and around, Bhavnagar City, Gujarat, India. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(6): 104-108.