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Table 2 Abundance (Individuals ha−1) of top 10 species of seedlings, saplings, and trees

From: Effect of forest fire on tree diversity and regeneration potential in a tropical dry deciduous forest of Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Western Ghats, India

Seedlings
S.N. Species name Family SB0 SB2 SB5 SB15
1 Anogeissus latifolia (DC.) Wall. ex Guill & Perr. Combretaceae 270 370 330 470
2 Randia dumetorum (Retz.) Poir Rubiaceae 170 330 270 330
3 Tectona grandis L.f. Verbenaceae 200 200 330 330
4 Terminalia crenulata (Heyne) Roth Combretaceae 230 270 270 270
5 Grewia tiliifolia Vahl Tiliaceae 200 200 270 330
6 Phyllanthus emblica L. Euphorbiaceae 130 130 130 470
7 Kydia calycina Roxb. Malvaceae 70 270 270 70
8 Lagerstroemia microcarpa Wight Lythraceae 170 300 200 N/P
9 Cassia fistula L. Caesalpiniaceae 30 170 230 200
10 Shorea roxburghii G. Don Dipterocarpaceae 130 N/P 130 200
Saplings
1 Anogeissus latifolia (DC.) Wall. ex Guill & Perr. Combretaceae 20 17 33 50
2 Tectona grandis L.f. Verbenaceae 13 20 40 13
3 Terminalia crenulata (Heyne) Roth Combretaceae 17 13 20 17
4 Phyllanthus emblica L. Euphorbiaceae 7 3 N/P 30
5 Randia dumetorum (Retz.) Poir Rubiaceae 3 3 N/P 17
6 Grewia tiliifolia Vahl Tiliaceae 10 N/P N/P 3
7 Dalbergia latifolia Roxb. Fabaceae N/P 7 3 N/P
8 Cassia fistula L. Caesalpiniaceae N/P 3 3 3
9 Terminalia chebula Retz. Combretaceae N/P 0 7 N/P
10 Lagerstroemia microcarpa Wight Lythraceae N/P 3 3 N/P
Trees
1 Tectona grandis L.f. Verbenaceae 97 80 123 77
2 Terminalia crenulata (Heyne) Roth Combretaceae 67 67 90 107
3 Anogeissus latifolia (DC.) Wall. ex Guill & Perr. Combretaceae 43 73 83 70
4 Phyllanthus emblica L. Euphorbiaceae 20 13 20 140
5 Lagerstroemia microcarpa Wight Lythraceae 47 27 20 N/P
6 Cassia fistula L. Caesalpiniaceae 7 17 33 20
7 Randia dumetorum (Retz.) Poir Rubiaceae 27 17 13 17
8 Grewia tiliifolia Vahl Tiliaceae 10 7 17 17
9 Radermachera xylocarpa (Roxb.) Roxb. ex K.Schum. Bignoniaceae 17 7 13 N/P
10 Dalbergia latifolia Roxb. Fabaceae 13 10 10 3
  1. N/P not present
  2. Most abundant species in the group is in bold