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The Biobrio 6 (3 & 4), 2019

Carnivorous Plant Drosera Burmannii Vahl. From Ranchi District, Jharkhand, India

Amit Kumar and Preeti Verma

ABSTRACT:

The forest Jharkhand area is mainly belong to the major group tropical dry deciduous forest as per champion and seth whereas in Chaibasa region of state it is confirm presence of moist tropical deciduous forest mixed with the species of tree, lianas, shrub, and epiphytic parasitic, aromatic and medicinal herbs as well as of Insectivorous plants. Drosera burmannii Vahl. is an annual insectivorous plant popularly known as Sundews also seen well growing in large number at some area of Ranchi district. Density of this plant has been recorded from minimum 1.6 and 3.1 maximum. In the present study, the diameter of the mature Drosera rosette had ranged from 1.4 to 2.1 cm, while for juvenile plants rosette diameter was 0.9 to 1.6 cm. Sites are subject to persistent anthropogenic disturbance like grazing, soil removal, thatch collection, annual weeding growth like Eupatorium and Lantana spp., use of agrochemicals, habitat destruction during fishing, are the primary threats to persistence and survival of the species. Therefore, population of this natural growing plants and habitat should need to be conserved before this plant face the day by day global change.

Keywords:    Insectivorous plants, Anthropogenic, Habitat destruction



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