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Nep. Jeevanbuti Sans. Yarsa Gumba
Eng. Cordyseps
Fami. Hypocreaceae
Nep. Bisma
Sans. Bikha
Eng. Aconite
Fami. Ranunculaceae
Nep. Panchaule
Sans. Salap
Eng. Orchid
Fami. Orchidaceae
Protected NTFPs/Herbs in Nepal:

Table: Plant species and forest products legally protected under the Forest Regulations, 1995 (amended in 2001)


Botanical Name or Forest Resource

Vernacular name

Family

IUCN Status

Cites code

Species banned for collection, use, sale, distribution, transportation and export

Dactylorhiza hatagirea

Panch Ounle

Orchidaceae

 

II

Picrorhiza scrophulariiflora

Kutki

Scrophulariaceae

 

 

Juglans regia (bark)

Okhar

Juglandaceae

 

 

Species banned for export

Abies spectabilis

Talis patra

Pinaceae

 

 

Cinnamomum glaucescens

Sugandakokila

Lauraceae

 

 

Cordyceps sinensis

Yarsa gomba

Clavicipitaceae

 

 

Lichen species

Jhyau                       

 

 

 

Nardostachys grandifloraI

Jatamansi *

Valerianaceae

V

II

Rauvolfa serpentine

Sarpaganda,

Apocynaceae

E

 

 

harbaruwa

 

 

 

Asphaltum (rock exudate)

Silajit

 

 

 

Taxus buccata subsp. wallichiana

Loth salla

    Taxaceae

 

 

Valerina jatamansii

Sugandabala

Valerianaceae

 

II

Acacia catechu

Khayer

Leguminosae

 

 

Bombax ceiba

Simal

Bombacaceae

T

 

Dalbergia latifolia

Satisal

Fabaceae

 

 

Juglans regia

Okhar

Juglandaceae

 

 

Michelia champaca

Champ

Magnoliaceae

 

 

Pterocarpus marsupium

Bijaya sal

Fabaceae

E

 

Shorea robusta

Sal, Sakhuwa

Dipterocarpaceae

 

 

Source: Forest Regulations 1995, amended in 2001
*Products processed in the country can be exported abroad with special permission from the MFSC.
IUCN Threat categories: E=Endangered; T=Threatened; V=Vulnerable


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