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Flora of Pan-Himalaya, Volume 19(6): Fabaceae VI

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Pan-Himalaya Volume: 19(6)
By: Sa Ren(Author)
130 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w ddistribution maps
Publisher: Science Press
Flora of Pan-Himalaya, Volume 19(6): Fabaceae VI
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Language: English

Volume 19 is dedicated to the Fabaceae, the third largest family in the Pan-Himalaya region, which will be covered in six books. Book six of volume 19 is the first to be published and includes 84 83 species (excluding two questionable species), belonging to 14 genera in five tribes. Of them, six species (Trigonella gracilis Benth.,Vicia benthamiana Ali. Vicia dichroantha Diels. Vicia ternata Z. D. Xia, Vicia rigidula Yoyle, and Vicia tibetica Prain ex C. E. C. Fisch.) are endemic to the region

Trigonella gracilis Benth. is recorded from China here for the first time; distribution information of some species are updated based on the examination of a large quantity of herbarium specimens. In the present book, 14 specific names are lectotypified, and two new synonyms are proposed. Some taxonomic notes follow the description of species, and related taxonomic problems are discussed

The scientific names are recognized here with very much attention, based on reliable specimens. Those names, which are based on misidentified specimens or recorded in the Pan-Himalayan regions only based on the literature but not reliable specimens, are removed in the present book

Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Preface
Acknowledgements

Tribe Hedysareae 1
1. Stracheya 1
2. Onobrychis 3
Tribe Trifolieae 10
3. Ononis 10
4. Parochetus 13
5. Melilotus 16
6. Trigonella 22
7. Medicago 30
8. Trifolium 51
Tribe Cicereae 60
9. Cicer 60
Tribe Fabeae 65
10. Vicia 65
11. Lathyrus 108
12. Lens 119
13. Pisum 121
Tribe Poiretieae 124
14. Zornia 124

List of nomenclatural novelties published in the present book 128
Index of scientific names 129

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Pan-Himalaya Volume: 19(6)
By: Sa Ren(Author)
130 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w ddistribution maps
Publisher: Science Press
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