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A NEW RECORD OF CRITICALLY ENDANGERED CRINUM WOODROWII BAKER (AMARYLLIDACEAE) FROM BHIMASHANKAR, DISTRICT: PUNE, MAHARASHTRA (INDIA)

Sanjay Jagtap*, Rajendrasatpute, Ramjan Mulani, Sayaji Gaikawad

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Crinum woodrowii Baker is a critically endangered bulbous plant belonging to family Amaryllidaceae found only at Kates point, Mahabaleshwar. It was considered as Crinum brachynema Herb but G. M. Woodrow first collected this species from Mahabaleshwar in 1899 and confirmed as a new species by Baker as Crinum woodrowii. It is also called as Woodrow’s Crinum lily. It was rediscovered by Dr. Punekar from same location in 2004.There were only 150 individuals growing on hill slopes at Kates Points, Mahabaleshwar. It is endemic to Kates Points, Mahabaleshwar in Satara district of Maharashtra. It was rediscovered from Vahigaon in Thane district in 2012 and from Katraj in Pune district in 2013. In present findings there was new location of Crinum woodrowii Baker after 2004, 2012 and 2013 on hill slopes of Bhimashankar Wild Life Sanctuary in Pune district of Western Ghats of Maharashtra. There were 200-250 individuals along the water springs on the hill slopes of BWLS. All these places are part of Western Ghats of Maharashtra.

Keywords: BWLS, Critically endangered, Crinum woodrowii, Endemic, Western Ghats.


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