International Journal of Biodiversity / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Domestication, Conservation, and Livelihoods: A Case Study of Piper peepuloides Roxb.—An Important Nontimber Forest Product in South Meghalaya, Northeast India

Table 3

Comparison of benefits accrued by collectors from different forest products.

NTFPsStatesNet benefit of collector (%)Reference

Piper peepuloides (wild pepper)Meghalaya42This study
Phrynium capitatum (packing leaf) Meghalaya28Tynsong and Tiwari [19]
Cinnamomum tamala (bayleaf)Meghalaya23Tynsong [13]
Phyllanthus emblica (amla)Karnataka4Shankar et al. [20]
Thysanolaena maxima (broom grass)Sikkim35Shankar et al. [21]