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A biodiversity status profile of Bundala National Park

a ramsar wetland in Sri Lanka

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 37).This publication has been prepared by IUCN-Sri Lanka, with financial assistance from the Royal Netherlands Government.

        StatementIUCN, Sri Lanka
        PublishersIUCN, Sri Lanka
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        LC Classifications2002
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 132 p. :
        Number of Pages48
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109558177164
        Series
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        2no. 2
        3Occasional papers of IUCN Sri Lanka ;

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Water hyacinth is a very fast growing plant, with populations known to double in as little as 12 days. The ruins of the ancient Rohana Kingdom which excisted about 2,000 years ago are diffused all over the district. It has proven to be extremely expensive to attempt controlling Alternanthera philoxeroides. The largest rainforest in South East Asia and one of great international importance, Sinharaja has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The country has four major climatic zones; namely wet zone, dry zone, intermediate zone and arid zone. Macfadyena unguis-cati effects all layers of infected forest ecosystems by rapidly spreading both vertically and horizontally across everything with which it makes contact, overwhelming both the understorey plants and the canopy trees.

The main industry affected is the cattle industry but Ziziphus mauritiana also has environmental impacts in woodland and savanna ecosystems. floricola are in tropical and sub-tropical regions from latitudes above 30 degrees; populations in latitudes above 35 degrees are found in heated buildings or inside greenhouses. Phillips, ; ;.

A, B, C, D, E, F

RichRottboellia denudata Steud. A biodiversity status profile of Bundala National Park: a Ramsar national wetland of Sri Lanka Bambaradeniya, Channa N.Digitaria tristachya Leconte Schult. Sri Lanka Wetlands Information and Database. Dioscorea oppositifolia herb, vine, climber English Dioscorea oppositifolia is a fast growing twining vine that has escaped from cultivation.

Commelina benghalensis herb English Believed to be native only to tropical Asia and Africa, Commelina benghalensis is a widely distributed herbaceous weed that commonly invades agricultural sites and disturbed areas.

They are Bundala lagoon of 520 hectares 2. Secondary forest and scrub occur where the original forest cover has been removed by shifting cultivation and in other places the forest has been replaced by rubber and tea plantations Rosayro, 1954.

The asil game fowls of India. Handbook of the Birds of the World: Broadbills to Tapaculos Vol. It is considered a serious threat in wet meadows, wetlands, marshes, fens, old fields, floodplains, wet prairies, roadsides and ditchbanks.