In the months of monsoon, the entire stretch transforms into a green bed with gushing … Tiger beetles are observed mating in large numbers on Kas during September–October. The plateau is a biodiversity hotspot known as flower valley of Maharashtra and home to various types of seasonal wild flowers, endemic butterflies and flowering plants. It is not possible to judge the impact of these activities on the plateau diversity, as no baseline data is available. Meanwhile, the Ghats in Karnataka have fewer passes and gaps and therefore the western slopes of Karnataka receive heavy rainfall, over 400 cm more than other regional parts of the Western Ghats. Ruddy mongoose, Rusty spotted cat have been observed in surrounding scrub area. 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Ranjit, Wildlife institute of India, "Biodiversity in the Western Ghats", Sálim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History. Chikane and Bhosale (2012)[17] have compiled herpetofaunal list of the Kas area including 57 species.Photo documentation of spiders from Kas is available with Vishal Deshpande, Ranwata. This is a mountain range that run parallel to India's west coast from Kerala to Maharashtra. Geologic evidence indicates that they were formed during the break-up of the supercontinent of Gondwana some 150 million years ago. This deity of the Ganapati Temple in this area faces the West side, so as to guard the western gates, unlike deities in other Indian temples who face the east side. [7] The small shrubs and trees are located at the periphery of the plateau. The area is one of the world's ten "hottest biodiversity hotspots." Historically the Western Ghats were covered in dense forests that provided wild foods and natural habitats for native tribal people. Some enigmatic endemic reptiles include the venomous snakes such as the striped coral snake, the Malabar pit viper, the large-scaled pitviper and the horseshoe pitviper. The Malabar gliding frog is endemic to the Western Ghats. [39][40][41], These hill ranges serve as important wildlife corridors and form an important part of Project Elephant and Project Tiger reserves. [2][3] It is sometimes called the Great Escarpment of India. Recent popularity and sudden growth in tourism are at present the most serious threats, not only to the plateau but also to the surrounding areas. This ghat is on the way from Kolhapur to Sawantwadi. Ganapatipule Beach is situated in the state of Maharashtra along the Konkan coast. It has also been observed that the coldest periods in the South Western Ghats coincide with the wettest. Amboli Ghat is a mountain pass in the Sahyadri. It is situated on the Chiplun - Sangli state highway on the banks of Koyna River. The Western Ghats or Sahyādri runs north to south along the western edge of the Deccan Plateau, and separates the plateau from a narrow coastal plain along the Arabian Sea. At least 325 globally threatened species occur in the Western Ghats. Although the Ghats run parallel to the coast for a length of about 267 km, the width of the coastal lowland varies. After the arrival of the British in the area, large swathes of territory were cleared for agricultural plantations and timber. On the one hand, Maharashtra boasts of the dense and picturesque Western Ghats and on the other, it is connected to the mighty Arabian Sea. [6][7], The range starts near the Songadh town of Gujarat, south of the Tapti river, and runs approximately 1,600 km (990 mi) through the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu ending at Marunthuvazh Malai, at Swamithope near the southern tip of India in Tamil Nadu. An additional 19 species are considered data deficient. The area covers five percent of India's land; 27% of all species of higher plants in India (4,000 of 15,000 species) are found here and 1,800 of these are endemic to the region. A Joint Forest Management Committee has been constituted to manage tourist inflow. The majestic Malshej Ghat located in the Western Ghats range in Pune district of Maharashtra. 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Golden frog or also known as small wood frog and Trivandrum frog, endemic to the Western Ghats of Kerala and found in a wide variety of habitats including coastal, bamboo and rice paddies. The easily visible ecological impacts of tourism are high levels of vegetation trampling, microhabitat damage and solid waste problem. Kumbharali Ghat. Disturbance was also caused by the road that passes through the plateau. More than 850 species of flowering plants are reported on the plateau. An additional 26 species from the region are considered data deficient (their status is unclear at present). The Western Ghats have 67 species of damselflies. Traveling through Amboli … There are two ways to reach Kaas. So far, the team has conducted multiple expeditions in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Karnataka as part of the project fieldwork. Out of these 624 species, 39 are found only in Kaas Region.[9]. Kaas Plateau has more than 150 or more types of flowers, shrubs and grasses. Geophysical evidence indicates that the west coast of India came into being somewhere around 100 to 80 mya after it broke away from Madagascar. The plateau is largely formed of basalt which is directly exposed to atmosphere. [13][14] Roads passing through ghats are called Ghat Roads. Kaas Pathar is a plateau made from volcanic rocks in the Satara district of Maharashtra, and comes under the biosphere of the Western Ghats. The region is also home to many caecilian species. Best Passes and Ghat Roads of Maharashtra are Malshej Ghat, Tamhini Ghat,Amboli Ghat,Kumbharli Ghat, Bopdev Ghat,Dive Ghat,Shidi Ghat,Ganesh Ghat and Upande Ghat. The Western Ghats are the mountainous faulted and eroded edge of the Deccan Plateau. [4] It contains a very large proportion of the country's flora and fauna, many of which are only found in India and nowhere else in the world. The following is a list of some of the flowers found on at Kaas: The plateau was always under local pressures of grazing and burning. Brahmagiri is a mountain range in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. The mountains intercept the rain-bearing westerly monsoon winds, and are consequently an area of high rainfall, particularly on their western side. [11][56][57] The region is home to several brilliantly coloured ornamental fishes like the Denison (or red line torpedo) barb,[58] melon barb, several species of Dawkinsia barbs, zebra loach, Horabagrus catfish, dwarf pufferfish and dwarf Malabar pufferfish. The road is winding, tiny and full of potholes; but this is more than compensated by the surrounding natural beauty. Tadpole shrimps were reported some years back. The Varandha ghat stretches almost 10 kilometres on route to Shivtharghal a famous tourist … [5] According to UNESCO, the Western Ghats are older than the Himalayas. The Western Ghats meet the Eastern Ghats at the Nilgiri mountains in northwestern Tamil Nadu. [59] The rivers are also home to Osteobrama bakeri, and larger species such as the Malabar snakehead and Malabar mahseer. [45] The critically endangered endemic Malabar large-spotted civet is estimated to number fewer than 250 mature individuals, with no sub-population greater than 50 individuals. The Eastern Ghats are a discontinuous range of mountains along India's eastern coast. Endemic Malabar Lark is commonly observed nesting on the rocky plateau. Endemic genera include the toads Pedostibes, Ghatophryne, Xanthophryne; arboreal frogs such as Ghatixalus, Mercurana and Beddomixalus; and microhylids like Melanobatrachus. [1] It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the eight hot-spots of biological diversity in the world. This Ghat is one of the tourist attractions in Maharashtra. At certain places water gets accumulated because of uneven surface. Kaas lake is on the south of the Kaas Plateau and is surrounded by dense forest. Herbaceous plant communities of this plateau were systematically surveyed during 2004-2006 as a part of Department of Science and Technology funded project on plant communities of rocky plateaus. [48] Several endemic reptile genera occur here, including the cane turtle Vijayachelys silvatica, lizards like Salea, Ristella, Kaestlea, snakes like Melanophidium, Plectrurus, Teretrurus, Platyplectrurus, Xylophis, Rhabdops and so on. Phallus indusiatus found in the Western Ghats, Seasonal rainfall patterns of the Western Ghats necessitate a period of dormancy for its land snails, resulting in their high abundance and diversity including at least 258 species of gastropods from 57 genera and 24 families. Residual laterite and bauxite ores are also found in the southern hills. [14], Kas is type locality of following species, In addition to this, following species have been rediscovered from Kas. The main plateau of Kas has been surveyed in detail by many researchers. the entire flowering plants and their related plants are typically restricted to that particular locality only.This is because the plateau is largely formed of basalt which is directly exposed to atmosphere.The basalt is almost covered entirely by a thin cover of soil formed due to erosion and has accumulated a layer of not more than an inch or so. Western Ghats are home to many hill stations like Matheran, Lonavala-Khandala, Mahabaleshwar, Panchgani, Amboli Ghat, Kudremukh and Kodagu. The Western Ghats lie roughly parallel to the west coast of India. Koyna project is around 30 km towards the south of Kaas Lake. In 2012, thirty-nine places in the Western Ghats region have been declared as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. #12. Other articles where Western Ghats is discussed: Anai Peak: Located in the Western Ghats range, it rises to 8,842 feet (2,695 metres) and is peninsular India’s highest peak. It runs north to south along the western edge of the Deccan Plateau, and separates the plateau from a narrow coastal plain along the Arabian Sea. The evergreen forests in Wayanad mark the transition zone between the northern and southern ecoregions of the Western Ghats. Western Ghats The Western Ghats, also the "Sahyadri", is a mountain range that covers an area of 140,000 square kilometres in a stretch of 1,600 kilometres parallel to the western coast of the Indian peninsula, traversing the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat. 624 species have entered in the Red Data Book. The Gadgil report was criticised as being too environment-friendly and the Kasturirangan report was labelled as being anti-environmental. Monsoon is the perfect time to visit here to watch the beautiful dewdrops of rains in lush greenery oozing out from every nook and corner. sharavathiensis). Sahyadri is another name of Western Ghats and consist of the belt of Gujarat, Goa, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka. It is not known to many that the Western Ghats of our country make for a popular trekking hub. Two passes in the Sahyadri mountains are the Palakkad Gap and the Thal Ghat. The range is known as Sahyan or Sahian in Kerala. South of the Palghat Gap are the Anamala Hills, located in western Tamil Nadu and Kerala with smaller ranges further south, including the Cardamom Hills, then Aryankavu pass, and Aralvaimozhi pass near Kanyakumari. Konkan is famous for its many reasons. Pipe snakes are found only in South India and Sri Lanka. [64][65] There are at least 16 species of birds endemic to the Western Ghats including the endangered rufous-breasted laughingthrush, the vulnerable Nilgiri wood-pigeon, white-bellied shortwing and broad-tailed grassbird, the near threatened grey-breasted laughingthrush, black-and-rufous flycatcher, Nilgiri flycatcher, and Nilgiri pipit, and the least concern Malabar (blue-winged) parakeet, Malabar grey hornbill, white-bellied treepie, grey-headed bulbul, rufous babbler, Wayanad laughingthrush, white-bellied blue-flycatcher and the crimson-backed sunbird. The Government of India has established many protected areas including 2 biosphere reserves, 13 national parks to restrict human access, several wildlife sanctuaries to protect specific endangered species and many reserve forests, which are all managed by the forest departments of their respective state to preserve some of the ecoregions still undeveloped. [42] The Western Ghats ecoregion has the largest Indian elephant population in the wild with an estimated 11,000 individuals across eight distinct populations. The basalt rock is covered by a thin cover of soil formed due to erosion and has accumulated a layer of not more than an inch or so. The average annual temperature is around 15 °C (59 °F). [56] All but one (Tor khudree) of these are endemic to the Western Ghats. The southern ecoregions are generally wetter and more species-rich. Raghavan, R., Philip, S., Ali, A. An Urgent Appeal. New frog species were described from the Western Ghats in 2005, and more recently a new species, monotypic of its genus Mysticellus, was discovered. Mahe in Pondicherry is situated on the Malabar coast on the Western Ghats surrounded by Kerala; Western Ghats are known as Sahyadri in northern Maharashtra, Sahya Parvatam in Kerala and Nilagiri Malai in Tamil Nadu. [28] The not so easily visible impacts are changing land-use in surrounding area, socio-economic and cultural changes in the surrounding villages. The Western Ghats, owing to its richness in biodiversity, nurtures more the 5,000 species of plants, 1,700 of which are endemic. Sathodi, Magod, Hogenakkal, Jog, Kunchikal, Shivanasamudra, Meenmutty Falls, Athirappilly Falls. The Western Ghats have several man-made lakes and reservoirs with major lakes at Ooty (34 hectares (84 acres)) in Nilgiris, Kodaikanal (26 hectares (64 acres)) and Berijam in Palani Hills, Pookode lake, Karlad Lake in Wayanad, Vagamon lake, Devikulam (6 hectares (15 acres)) and Letchmi (2 hectares (4.9 acres)) in Idukki, Kerala. [56], There are at least 508 bird species. Among the villages to be excluded are some where companies have been pulled up for pollution and for operating without environmental permissions. The Western Ghats better known as Sahyadri, are a hilly range running parallel to the coast, at an average elevation of 1,200 metres (4,000 ft). [citation needed] The average elevation is around 1,200 m (3,900 ft).[8]. Complex and species rich habitats like the tropical rainforest are much more adversely affected than other habitats. Kaas Plateau, Maharashtra. Malshej Ghat is known for its rugged hills, curvy road,dark woods and different kinds of flora and fauna especially avifauna such as quails, rails, crakes, flamingos and cuckoos. The amphibians of the Western Ghats are diverse and unique, with more than 80% of the 179 amphibian species being endemic to the rainforests of the mountains. The area of the Western Ghats in Maharashtra to be declared protected will reduce from 17,340 sq km to 15,359.40 sq km if the central environment ministry approves the proposal. The Nilgiris connect the Biligiriranga Hills in southeastern Karnataka with the Shevaroys and Tirumala hills. 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