Predicting habitat suitability of Selaginella adunca A.Br. ex Hieron., an endangered and endemic fern-allies of Western Himalaya
Tropical Plant Research , Volume 7, pp 547-552; doi:10.22271/tpr.2020.v7.i3.067
Abstract: Selaginella adunca is a quite distinct and rare species of Selaginella found in Western Himalaya. This species is reported only from few populations occurring in India and Nepal. Since most of its reported habitats are under anthropogenic pressure, therefore for proper conservation of this species it is necessary to mark the suitable habitat for its conservation and reintroduction. The present study was aimed to find out the suitable habitat of this species through ecological niche modelling (ENM) technique using Maxent model. This will also help in relocating the species in other preferred habitat type and its reintroduction as well.
Keywords: Himalaya / endemic / fern / Western / Anthropogenic / Selaginella / Allies / suitable habitat / Adunca
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