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7 Exposed Trees Species In India

 7 Exposed Trees Species In India. 


Did you know that there are some species of trees in India which are so rare that there are claims of having only a couple of them being? There are strange nonentity- eating flowers which simply smell like meat- India has a variety of similar species which are inconceivable but also risked. 

1. Assam Catkin Yew( Amentotaxus assamica)- Arunachal Pradesh.


These are coniferous trees which are set up only in the Delei Valley and Turoo Hills of Arunachal Pradesh. There have been records of low rates of reduplication from this trees and therefore are an risked the factory species in India. 

2. Ilex Khasiana- Shillong Meghalaya. 

SetUp in the upper hills of Shillong, Meghalaya, these are veritably rare and exposed. They're characterised by little bright red fruits and long leaves.


3. Red Sandalwood( Pterocarpus Santalinus)- Eastern Ghats.



This is a veritably rare form of sandalwood set up in southeastern India. The red sandalwood is veritably well- known for its medicinal parcels. It's especially useful for treating skin problems and giving a natural luster , gleam, and fairness to the skin. Also, acne, open pores, sun- tan and uneven skin tone can be treated with red sandalwood. Its cooling parcels are used to treat skin inflammation. 

4. Ebony( Diospyros Celibica)- Karnataka. 

Well- known for its dark, durable and high- quality wood, ebony is a important popular tree set up in Karnataka, India. It's largely sought- after for cabinetwork and woodwork. still, due to the magpie slice and deforestation in the region, the viscosity of these trees has remarkably depleted. Also, as the ebony wood is popular in cabinetwork, the high demand for its wood has also led to the reduction of its quality. 

5. Musli( Chlorophytum Tuberosum)- Tamil Nadu. 

Musli is a flowering factory set up simply in the innards of Africa and South India. It's a well- known Ayurvedic drug which gives vitality and strength. still, due to magpie harvesting, there's a notable reduction in the volume of this shops. 

6. Actinodaphne Lawsoni- Kerala. 

This is a cover orsub-canopy tree which is set up in the in Kerala. It's popular for its medicinal parcels and therefore due to expansive harvesting, is risked. 

7. Malabar Mahagony( Kingiodendron Pinnatum)- Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu. 


Another tree which is known for its wood; Malabar Mahogany is on its way of reduction. The durable wood is extensively used in cabinetwork and due to its wide demand, there has been a huge number of tree slice. Also, the destruction of niche has led to low reduplication in these trees. 

After looking at the list of endangered trees in India, one may fluently know the necessity of tree colony and preservation of trees which are of utmost significance. We need to borrow a sustainable life,eco-friendly products, and smart development which don't destruct the equilibrium of the terrain.

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