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Capparis sepiaria L.: an important dry season fodder plant for wildlife


, : Capparis sepiaria L.: an important dry season fodder plant for wildlife. Range Management and Agroforestry 11(2): 199-206

Data on density, habitat and biomass availability of C. sepiaria in Sariske Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan are presented. The CP values in summer (1985, 1988) and winter (1984) were in the ranges 9.6-12.95%, and 10.27-11.85%, respectively.

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