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Taken on 18 Jan 2010 at Nagarahole'.
The predominant vegetation in the Nagarhole National Park is of southern tropical, moist, mixed deciduous type with a substantial eastern portion intergrading into dry deciduous type. 
The upper tree canopy is dominated by Terminalia tomentosa is association with Tectonia grandis, Dalbergia latifolia, Pterocarpus marsupium, Lagerstroemia lanceolata, Anogeissus latifolia, Adina cordifolia, Boambax malabaricum, Schleichera trijuga, Ficus sp. and others. The lower canopy has Kydia calycina, Emblica officinalis, Gmelina arborea etc. 
Several shrubs belonging to Solanum, Desmodium and Helicteres sp. etc. are abundantly found but exotic weedy shrubs like Eupatorium and Lantana now have taken over the undergrowth.

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6 comments:

Sarabjot Singh Pabla said...

this is what i call photography... keep up the good work...

Mr. Stupid said...

Its beautiful. Great shot. Is that a lake at the back?
Have a good day!:)

R. Ramesh said...

vallah beautiful ya..:)

Tarun Mitra said...

Beautiful shot...

magiceye said...

beautifully done!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Great shot!

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