Dry deciduous plot represents mostly arid eco-region in north western India that stretches across Gujarat, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The dry deciduous forests are dominated by teak, and thorny trees and shrub in drier areas. Dry deciduous forests feature 18 major national reserves and wildlife sanctuaries. it is home to the endangered great Indian bustard, Indian leopard, Asiatic lion, Black buck, Indian wolf and many other species of flora and fauna. This plot comprises of more than 42 species. The representative species in such forest type are Terminalia arjuna, Anogeissu latifolia, Diosphyros montana, Semicarpus anacardium, etc.