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An Illustrated Pteridophytic Flora of Jammu and Kashmir

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: SP Khullar(Author), HS Kirn(Author), Christopher R Fraser-Jenkins(Author)
522 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
An Illustrated Pteridophytic Flora of Jammu and Kashmir
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An Illustrated Pteridophytic Flora of Jammu and Kashmir provides for the first time a comprehensive modern account with detailed descriptions of 207 species, subspecies, and hybrids of pteridophytes recognised from Jammu and Kashmir on the border of India and Pakistan. The work is based mainly on the personal collection of the authors and is the result of long, painstaking excursions to various parts of Jammu and Kashmir over many years by the authors. One of the authors (CRFJ) made additional collections from Muzaffarabad and the adjoining areas, as well as Kathua and the Kashmir Valley. While the main objective is concentrated on the ferns of Jammu and Kashmir, details of the distribution of species in Jammu and Kashmir and also for the rest of the West Himalaya have been provided.

This work is profusely illustrated with colour photographs and line diagrams. Keys to help with identification are provided, and relevant literature has been consulted and referred to, to make this work as complete as possible. Herbarium specimen numbers, localities, and collectors are given for the specimens illustrated by line diagrams. Similarly, the place and collector's name are mentioned under the photographs. Nomenclature follows a series of publications by Fraser-Jenkins and colleagues. Wherever there is a departure from this, the name used by Fraser-Jenkins is given immediately after the name used here. This is a unique piece of work and is the only pteridophyte flora of Jammu and Kashmir fully illustrated by colour photographs for all the taxa dealt with.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: SP Khullar(Author), HS Kirn(Author), Christopher R Fraser-Jenkins(Author)
522 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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