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Osbeckia L. (Melastomataceae) in India

Identification Key Monograph
By: Prashob P(Author), SM Thomas(Author)
122 pages, plates with colour photos, maps
Osbeckia L. (Melastomataceae) in India
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  • Osbeckia L. (Melastomataceae) in India ISBN: 9788194332305 Hardback Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

Osbeckia L. (Melastomataceae) in India gives a complete account of the Indian species of Osbeckia. This genus is one of the most beautiful with a high level of diversity. In this book, a total of 23 species and 4 varieties of Osbeckia distributed in the Indian region have been documented through original taxonomic revisionary study. It provides accounts of species of Osbeckia present in the Indian region with their correct nomenclatural status in light of modern classification. One new taxon and a few new combinations have also been made in Osbeckia L. (Melastomataceae) in India. The distributional aspects, nomenclatural and ecological notes are revisited here to evaluate the information on spread, endemic nature and habitat. The book is supplemented with detailed descriptions, photographic plates showing the details of the habit, floral parts, correct nomenclature together with keys for easy field identification. One of the significant features is the presentation of the comparative morphology of all the species with photographs of live plants.


1. Introduction
2. Materials and methods
3. Taxonomic treatment
4. General morphology
5. Comparative morphology
6. Literature cited
7. Index to botanical names

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Identification Key Monograph
By: Prashob P(Author), SM Thomas(Author)
122 pages, plates with colour photos, maps
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