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Flora of Pan-Himalaya, Volume 46: Lentibulariaceae, Acanthaceae, Bignoniaceae, Verbenaceae, Martyniaceae, Stemonuraceae, Cardiopteridaceae

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Series: Flora of Pan-Himalaya Volume: 46
By: Yun-Fei Deng(Author), Zhen-Yu Li(Author), Qiang Wang(Author), Hua Peng(Author), Hong De-Yuan(Editor), Peter H Raven(Foreword By)
570 pages, 141 b/w line drawings, 244 b/w distribution maps, 1 colour & 1 b/w map
Publisher: Science Press
Flora of Pan-Himalaya, Volume 46: Lentibulariaceae, Acanthaceae, Bignoniaceae, Verbenaceae, Martyniaceae, Stemonuraceae, Cardiopteridaceae
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Language: English

Volume 46 deals with seven families: Lentibulariaceae, Acanthaceae, Bignoniaceae, Verbenaceae, Martyniaceae, Stemonuraceae, Cardiopteridaceae. It covers 52 genera and 245 species. For each plant the record contains a name, document source, type specimen information, morphological description, specimen citation and geographic distribution information, with a total of 141 line drawings included. It also provides information on the conservation and sustainable use of plant resources in the area.

Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Preface
Acknowledgements

Lentibulariaceae 1
      1. Pinguicula L. 1
      2. Utricularia L. 4
Acanthaceae 39
      1. Nelsonia R. Br. 42
      2. Staurogyne Wall. 46
      3. Thunbergia Retz. 51
      4. Acanthus L. 68
      5. Blepharis Juss. 73
      6. Barleria L. 75
      7. Lepidagathis Willd. 88
      8. Eranthemum L. 96
      9. Petalidium Nees 106
      10. Phaulopsis Willd. 109
      11. Strobilanthes Blume 112
      12. Hygrophila R. Br. 298
      13. Echinacanthus Nees 308
      14. Pararuellia Bremek. & Nann.-bremek. 311
      15. Ruellia L. 315
      16. Phlogacanthus Nees 319
      17. Andrographis Wall. Ex Nees 335
      18. Haplanthus Nees 339
      19. Asystasia Blume 341
      20. Phialacanthus Benth. 346
      21. Mackaya Harv. 347
      22. Codonacanthus Nees 352
      23. Pseuderanthemum Radlk. 353
      24. Wuacanthus Y. F. Deng, N. H. Xia & H. Peng 357
      25. Hypoestes Sol. Ex R. Br. 359
      26. Dicliptera Juss. 365
      27. Peristrophe Nees 372
      28. Rungia Nees 381
      29. Justicia L. 395
      30. Rhinacanthus Nees 431
      31. Sphinctacanthus Benth. 434
      32. Isoglossa Oerst. 436
      33. Leptostachya Nees 441
Bignoniaceae 444
      1. Oroxylum Vent. 445
      2. Catalpa Scop. 449
      3. Incarvillea Juss. 455
      4. Pauldopia Steenis 501
      5. Radermachera Zoll. & Moritz 504
      6. Stereospermum Champ. 507
Verbenaceae 512
      1. Petrea L. 513
      2. Duranta L. 515
      3. Stachytarpheta Vahl 518
      4. Priva Adans. 520
      5. Verbena L. 522
      6. Phyla Lour. 526
      7. Lippia L. 529
      8. Lantana L. 530
Martyniaceae 534
      1. Martynia L. 534
Stemonuraceae 539
      1. Gomphandra Wall. Ex Lindl. 539
Cardiopteridaceae 543
      1. Cardiopteris Wall. ex Royle 544

Nomenclatural novelty appearing in this volume 547
Typification appearing in this volume 548
New synonyms appearing in this volume 553
Index of scientific names 554

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Pan-Himalaya Volume: 46
By: Yun-Fei Deng(Author), Zhen-Yu Li(Author), Qiang Wang(Author), Hua Peng(Author), Hong De-Yuan(Editor), Peter H Raven(Foreword By)
570 pages, 141 b/w line drawings, 244 b/w distribution maps, 1 colour & 1 b/w map
Publisher: Science Press
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