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The taxonomic status of two geophytic Euphorbia species (Euphorbiaceae) from Maharashtra, India
In the present communication, we resurrect E. khandallensis and synonymize E. panchganiensis under it owing to the overlap of distinguishing characters, as inferred from literature and first hand…
Ceropegia concanensis, a new species (Apocynaceae: Ceropegieae) from Western Ghats, India
SummaryA new species, Ceropegia concanensis Kambale, Chandore & S. R. Yadav is described from the Sindhudurg and Kolhapur districts of Maharashtra, India.
Legumes (Angiosperms: Fabaceae) of Bagalkot District, Karnataka, India
- J. Dalavi, Ramesh Pujar, S. Kambale, Varsha Jadhav-Rathod, S. Yadav
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Threatened Taxa
- 28 April 2021
Fabaceae Lindl. or Leguminosae is one of the largest families of Angiosperms. Due to adaptability in various climatic conditions, members of the family Fabaceae are worldwide in their distribution.…
Two new species of Brachystelma Sims (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae-Ceropegieae) from the Western Ghats of India
Two new species of Brachystelma are described and illustrated from Ebbanad, Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu and Periya, Kasargod District, Kerala.
Crotalaria kanchiana (Fabaceae), a new species from Balaghat Ranges of Maharashtra, India
The Crotalaria kanchiana is morphologically resembling with C. juncea but differs in having 2–6 flowers in inflorescence and 2–4 seeds in a pod.
Lepidagathis shrirangii (Acanthaceae) a new species from Konkan region of Maharashtra, India
A new species of Lepidagathis is described and illustrated from Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, India and is closely allied with L. lutea, which was also described from Konkan region of Maharashtra.
Vicoa gokhalei (Inuleae, Asteraceae), a new species from the northern Western Ghats, India
A new species of Vicoa, V. gokhalei is described and illustrated from high elevated areas of northern Western Ghats, India. The new species is closely related with V. cernua which is also known from…
Origin and diversification of Indian Ceropegieae (Apocynaceae) and its possible relation to the Indian monsoon
- S. Surveswaran, S. Kambale, Mansa Srivastav, Sachin A. Punekar, S. Yadav, K. P. Karanth
- Environmental Science
- 7 April 2020
The Indian subcontinent has experienced a major shift in climatic regime from a wet tropical regime to increased seasonal rainfall, since the late Miocene. This shift has been attributed to the…
A new Piper from the northern Western Ghats and notes on economic potential of Piper section Muldera
Piper dravidii Lekhak, Kambale et S. Yadav, a new species from northern Western Ghats is described and illustrated and the significance of species of Piper section Muldera as a candidate in breeding programs of P. nigrum is discussed.
Piper relictum sp. nov. (Piperaceae) from northern Western Ghats, India
A new species of Piper, P. relictum Lekhak, which grows as a climber on the edges of high altitude lateritic plateaus in evergreen forests of the northern Western Ghats in India and differs in the characters of the male inflorescence.