Ochlandra

Ochlandra is a genus of shrubby, clustered, reed-like, running bamboo that grows in India, particular in the region of the Western Ghat mountains. Ochlandra species typically have papery culm-sheaths that do not fall off in maturity (persistent.)

The Western Ghats, also known as Sahyadri (The Benevolent Mountains) are a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for being one of the top eight most diverse biological “hot-spots” in the world!

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