Synopsis of the genus Ledebouria Roth (Hyacinthaceae: Hyacinthoideae) in India
Four species of Ledebouria Roth (Hyacinthaceae: Hyacinthoideae) from India are recognized, with their synonymy and updated nomenclature, and Lectotypes are designated for Ledebouchina Roth & Bernardia indica Wight.
Impact of urbanization on avenue trees and its role in carbon sequestration: a case study in Kolhapur city
Avenue trees will be most effective in providing “true” shade and a commanding visual contrast between dense landscaping and open space when planted in groups. Moreover, avenues are part of urban…
Karyomorphology of Flemingia nilgheriensis (Baker) Wight ex T. Cooke: An Endemic from Western Ghats
The Chromosome number, 2n=22 is reported for the first time in this species and the karyotype is found to be highly symmetrical (1a).
Commelina badamica (Commelinaceae), a new species from India
A new species, Commelina badamica from the sandstone plateaus of Badami, Karnataka, India is described and illustrated. C. badamica is similar to C. clavata and C. diffusa, but differs in indefinite…
Lectotypification and notes on the identity of Christisonia calcarata ( Orobanchaceae )
The root parasitic species of Christisonia Gardner (Orobanchaceae) are lectotypified. After screening of herbarium specimens and the results of field expeditions, the morphological characters and…
Additions to the family Commelinaceae in flora of India
Murdannia saddlepeakensis (Commelinaceae) – a new species from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
A new species of Commelinaceae remarkable for its narrowly linear leaves, two fertile stamens, single seeded locule and scorbiculate seeds from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India.
A Revision of the Genus ＂Cyanotis＂ D. Don (Commelinaceae) in India
Thirteen taxa ofyanotis have been recognized with their updated nomenclature and notes on the complex of C. arachnoidea, C. burmaniana, and C. tuberose have been given.
A new species of Commelina (Commelinaceae) from India
A new species of Commelina from dryland hillocks of Karnataka, India is described and illustrated that shares morphological similarities with C. badamica, C. hirsuta and C. attenuata but differs in its perennial habit.