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To save, study and sustainably use the biodiversity of Malabar region of India

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Everyday presence of Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher in MSSBG

Everyday presence of Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher in MSSBG

The sightings of Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher (Cyornis tickelliae Blyth) become very common in the MSSBG and surroundings for the last ...
Baccaurea courtallensis (Wight) Muell.-Arg.

Baccaurea courtallensis (Wight) Muell.-Arg.

Family: Phyllanthaceae Common Name: Mootipazham Conservation Status: Rare Key characters: Medium-sized dioecious trees; Flowers borne on the main trunk, dense ...
Humboldtia Vahliana Wight

Humboldtia Vahliana Wight

Family: Leguminosae; sub family Caesalpinioideae Common name: Karapongu Conservation status: Endangered Key characters: Medium-sized riparian tree; leaves pinnate with4 pairs ...
Humboldtia brunonis Wall.

Humboldtia brunonis Wall.

Family: Leguminosae; Sub Family  : Caesalpinioideae Common Name: Kattasokam Conservation Status: Endangered Key characters: Small tree; leaves pinnate with 2 ...

 

MSSRF now wants to expand the scope and reach of the Botanical Garden into the level of an internationally renowned garden to save, study and sustainably use the biodiversity of Malabar region of India in partnership with the custodian farmers across the region. The scope of this new phase of MSSBG is on scientific research, education and recreation. Kindly watch the video