Cycas pschannae R.C. Srivast. & Lalji Singh sp. nov., Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol. 2015, 2(8): 35-37;
Fwd: new cycas from india : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)- 7Cycas pschannae Aug 2015.pdf
I am sending herewith the desired reprint for your kind perusal.
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Fwd: Cycas pschannae RCSrivastava & Lalji Singh : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Pl see the attached file on a newly described Cycas
Fwd: images of Cycas pschannae : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (5)
Please find the attached files containing images of Cycas pschannae.
I think the spelling of the specific epithet is correctable to ps-channae.
Regarding status of Cycas andamanica and C. pschannae : 1 post by 1 author.
Please log on to the following link to find out what they have to say on the status of the above species.
Cycas sainathiiR.C.Srivast. (syn: Cycas pschannae R.C.Srivast. & L.J.Singh; Cycas andamanica K.Prassad, M.V.Ramana, Sanjappa & B.R.P.Rao)
Fwd: e-flora of India e-group: Thank you very much for comments and post on e-flora of India e-group regarding status of Cycas of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. I have several serious concerns about your comments in terms of science (novelty of the species concept) and herewith I have added following comments.
Attachments (1) – Bionature-_Cycas_pschannae- 1 MB.
Thank you very much for the in depth analysis from which I could understand that Cycas pschannae has priority over C. andamanica. With my limited knowledge on the group I am unable to understand the differences between phytogeographical species and taxonomic species.
Kindly find enclosed herewith the images of new species recently described from Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Cycas pschannae R. C. Srivast. & L.J.Singh International Journal of Current Research in Biosciences and Plant Biology 2(8): 35-37.
IPNI A New Species of Indian Cycas (2015- Abstract- A new species of Cycas, C. pschannae R.C. Srivast. & Lalji Singh sp. nov. first recorded in West Bengal, India during 2001 has been described in this article. Many populations of this species have been recently (2014) found in Andaman Islands. Allied to Cycas zeylanica and Cycas sainathii R.C.Srivast. but differs significantly in morphology of the megasprophylls which posses two lateral horn like teeth at the base of the sterile portion of the fertile megasporophylls)