Zingiber sabuanum KONICKAL MAMBETTA PRABHUKUMAR, ALFRED JOE, INDIRA BALACHANDRAN, Phytotaxa Vol 247, No 1 (2016);
A new species of Zingiber from Western Ghats : 17 posts by 12 authors. Attachments (1) – Zingiber sabuanum.pdf (3 MB)
Pls find the attachment or go through the link for the publication of a new species of Zingiber, Z. sabuanum
, from Kerala.
The discovery honor to the great Taxonomist and expert in Zingiberales order, Dr. M. Sabu, Professor, Department of Botany, Calicut University. He led to me the world of Angiosperm taxonomy and his support and help is the strength in my life and research. I dedicate this species to him and I believe it is the best publication in my life.
Thanks & congrats, …
You are really doing a wonderful work.
Hearty congrats …!!!! Wish you carry on with more and more of finding new species.
Congratulations … Ofcourse Prof Sabu and Dr Jana are two most promising scientists for this family so a well deserved name!!! I miss the line drawing in this article !!! But still a good one!!
Zingiber sabuanum (Zingiberaceae): a new species from Kerala, India– KONICKAL MAMBETTA PRABHUKUMAR, ALFRED JOE, INDIRA BALACHANDRAN- Phytotaxa Vol 247, No 1 (2016)- (Abstract- Zingiber Miller (1754: 525; Zingiberaceae) it is distinct from other genera of the family in having a single anther with a beak or horn-like appendage, wrapping around the upper part of style (Sabu et al. 2013). It is considered the largest genus in subfamily Zingiberoideae with 100–160 species globally and is distributed in tropical to warm-temperate Asia with the highest diversity in the monsoonal parts of Asia (Govaerts et al. 2016, Leong-Skornickova et al. 2015). In India, the genus is represented by 29 species (Kumar et al. 2015), of which eight are recorded from South India (Sabu 2006)).