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  1. Fuschs, Gerhard, Rudolf W. Widder and Ramesh Tuladhar 1988 Contributions to the Geology of the Annapurna Range (Manang Area, Nepal) Jb. Geol 131 (4) 593-607
  2. IUCN Nepal 2010Tinjure-Milke-Jaljale Rhododendron Conservation Area. A Strategy for Sustainable Development IUCN Nepal
  3. Kumar, Pradeep Biogeographic response of rhododendrons to climate change in the Sikkim Himalaya 179-192
  4. Łach, Janusz 2015 A geotouristic valuation of the Marsyangdi Valley in the Annapurna Himal region and its potential for the development of geotourist attractions Geotourism 3–4 (42–43): 39–56
  5. Parsons, Andrew J., Richard D. Law, Michael P. Searle, Richard J. Phillips and Geoffrey E. Lloyd 2016 Geology of the Dhaulagiri-Annapurna-Manaslu Himalaya, Western Region, Nepal. 1:200,000 Journal of Maps 12:1, 100-110
  6. Pohle, Perdita 1990 Useful plants of Mananf Distruct -A contribution to the ethnobotany of the Nepal - Himalaya Nepal Research centre pbulications
  7. Ranjitkar, Sailesh 2013 Effect of elevation and latitude on spring phenology of Rhododendron at Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, East Nepal Int J Appl Sci Biotechnol 1 (4): 253-257

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  1. Adrian and Jimmy Storrs 1988 Trees and Shrubs of Nepal and the Himalayas Books Faith India ISBN 81-7303-098-7
  2. Polunin, Oleg and Adam Stainton 2013 Concise Flowers of the Himalaya (Oxford India Paperbacks) 9th Oxford University Press ISBN 0-19-564414-X
  3. Raskoti, Bhakta B. and Rita Ale 2012 A Pictorial Guide to Himalayan Flowers of Nepal Himalayan Map House Ltd. ISBN:99933-47-99-6
  4. Shrestha, Tej Kumar, Sabina Shrestha and Atmaz Kumar Shrestha 2011 Himalayan Flowers, Trees and Animals Padma Karpo Translation Committee ISBN 978-9937-2-3541-9
  5. Stainton, Adam 2000 Flowers of the Himalaya: A Supplement (Oxford India Paperbacks) 7th Oxford University Press ISBN 0-19-564415-8

Plant Reference

  1. Bhatta, Kuber Prasad and Ram Prasad Chaudhary 2009 Species diversity and distribution pattern of grassland and cultivated land Species in upper Manang, Nepal Trans-Himalayas Scientific World 7 (7) 76-79
  2. Buffa, Giorgio, Carlo Ferrari and Sandro Lovari 1998 The upper Subalpine vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park (Nepal) and its relationship with Himalayan tahr, musk deer and domestic yak. An outline. Top of the World environmental research: Mount Everest - Himalayan ecosystem
  3. Ghimire, Suresh K. and Yildiz Aumeeruddy-Thomas 2009Ethnobotanical classification and plant nomenclature system of high altitude agro-pastoralists in Dolpo, Nepal Botanica Orientalis – Journal of Plant Science 6: 56–68
  4. IUCN Nepal 2010 Tinjure-Milke-Jaljale Rhododendron Conservation Area A strategy for sustainable development IUCN Nepal
  5. Limbu, Dilkumar, Madan Koirala and Zhanhuan Shang 2012 A Checklist of Angiospermic Flora of Tinjure-Milke-Jaljale, Eastern Nepal Nepal Journal of Science and Technology 13 (2): 87-96
  6. O'Neill, Alexander Robert and Santosh Kumar Rana 2016 An ethnobotanical analysis of parasitic plants (Parijibi) in the Nepal Himalaya Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 12 14-28
  7. Parajuli, A. V., D. Lamichhane and P. R. Tamrakar Forest genetic resources and management in Nepal – status, needs, challenges and actions required Working Paper for the Meeting of National Coordinators of the Asia Pacific Forest Genetic Resources Programme
  8. Shrestha, Mani Raj, Maan B. Rokaya and Suresh Kumar Ghimire 2006 A checklist of Trans-Himalayan dicot flora of Dolpo and its surrounding Region in northwest Nepal Scientific World 4 (4) 84-95
  9. Shrestha, Tirtha Bahadur 2001 Forest Diversity of Nepal's Protected Areas in the Mountains The Himalayan Review 32 25-28
  10. Thapa, D. 2010 Bio-diversity conservation in nepal Bibechana 6 31-36
  11. Wagner, Ariane, Monika Kriechbaum and Marcus A. Koch 2008 Applied Vulnerability Assessment of Useful Plants: A case study of Tibetan Medicinal Plants from Nepal Bot. Jahrb. sys. 127 (3) 1-29