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Strobilanthes Blume (Acanthaceae) in Peninsular India

By: CK Vats(Author), M Sanjappa(Editor), P Daniel(Editor)
216 pages, 19 plates with colour photos; 15 b/w maps
Strobilanthes Blume (Acanthaceae) in Peninsular India
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  • Strobilanthes Blume (Acanthaceae) in Peninsular India ISBN: 9788181770165 Hardback Jan 2007 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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About this book

It is often assumed and truly so that a viable and practical option to achieve near completion of the Flora of India is by giving serious stress to revisions of certain major genera under different families. They are pretty small in number, between 50 and 80, and Strobilanthes of the Acanthaceae is one such genus under and represented by circa 150 species in the mountainous region of Peninsular India and the Himalayas of northeast and northwest India. This is quite a good proportion (circa 50%) when compared to the world distribution (circa 300 spp.). This book presents a taxonomic revision of this genus.


Details of figures maps and photo plates
The Area covered
The western ghats
The eastern ghats
Herbaria consulted
Plan of presentation
Key to species

1. Strobilanthes amabilis / C.B. Clarke
2. Strobilanthes anamallaica / J.R.I. Wood
3. Strobilanthes anceps / Nees
4. Strobilanthes andersonii / Bedd
5. Strobilanthes auriculatus / Nees
6. Strobilanthes aurita / J.R.I. Wood
7. Strobilanthes barbatus / Nees
8. Strobilanthes bolampattianus / Bedd
9. Strobilanthes callosus / Nees
10. Strobilanthes campanulatus / Wight
11. Strobilanthes canaricus / Bedd
12. Strobilanthes ciliatus / Nees
13. Strobilanthes consanguineus / (Nees) T. Anderson
14. Strobilanthes cuspidatus (Benth.) / T. Anderson
15. Strobilanthes decurrens / Nees
16. Strobilanthes dupeni Bedd. ex. / C.B. Clarke
17. Strobilanthes foliosus (Wight) / T. Anderson
18. Strobilanthes glandulosus / Kurz
19. Strobilanthes gracilis / Bedd
20. Strobilanthes hamiltoniana (steud.) / Bosser and Heine
21. Strobilanthes heteromallus / T. Anderson ex C.B. Clarke
22. Strobilanthes heyneanus / Nees
23. Strobilanthes homotropus / Nees
24. Strobilanthes humilis (Nees) / Gamble
25. Strobilanthes integrifolius (Dalzell) / Kuntze
26. Strobilanthes isophyllus (Nees) / T. Anderson
27. Strobilanthes ixiocephalus / Benth
28. Strobilanthes jeyporensis / Bedd
29. Strobilanthes kunthianus (Nees) / T. Anderson
30. Strobilanthes lanatus / Nees
31. Strobilanthes lawsoni / Gamble
32. Strobilanthes lupulinus / Nees
33. Strobilanthes luridus / Wight
34. Strobilanthes matthewiana / R.W. Scotland
35. Strobilanthes meeboldii / Craib
36. Strobilanthes membranaceus / Talbot
37. Strobilanthes micranthes / Wight
38. Strobilanthes microcarpus / T. Anderson
39. Strobilanthes microstachya / Benth. ex Hohen
40. Strobilanthes minor / Talbot
41. Strobilanthes neilgherrensis / Bedd
42. Strobilanthes neoasper / Venu and P. Daniel
43. Strobilanthes newii / Bedd. ex C.B. Clarke
44. Strobilanthes papillosus / T. Anderson
45. Strobilanthes perrottetianus / Nees
46. Strobilanthes pulneyensis / C.B. Clarke
47. Strobilanthes reticulatus / Stapf
48. Strobilanthes rubicundus / (Nees) T. Anderson
49. Strobilanthes scrobiculatus / Dalzell ex C.B. Clarke
50. Strobilanthes sessilis / Nees
51. Strobilanthes sexennis / Nees
52. Strobilanthes tristis (Wight) / T. Anderson
53. Strobilanthes urceolaris / Gamble
54. Strobilanthes violaceus / Bedd
55. Strobilanthes virendrakumarana / Venu and P. Daniel
56. Strobilanthes walkeri / Arn. ex Nees
57. Strobilanthes warreensis / Dalzell
58. Strobilanthes wightianus / Nees
59. Strobilanthes zenkerianus / (Nees) T. Anderson

Index to scientific names

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By: CK Vats(Author), M Sanjappa(Editor), P Daniel(Editor)
216 pages, 19 plates with colour photos; 15 b/w maps
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