Chlorophytum assamicum DIPANKAR BORAH, PARIXIT KAFLEY, ABHAYA P. DAS, SUMPAM TANGJANG, LEONID AVERYNOV, Phytotaxa 394(1):123-125, February 2019;


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Chlorophytum assamicum (Asparagaceae), a new species from Northeast India.pdf 
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Attached here the only ones I have now. The ones I had used in the publication got deleted somehow.

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References:
Chlorophytum assamicum (Asparagaceae), a new species from Northeast India (pdf)- DIPANKAR BORAH, PARIXIT KAFLEY, ABHAYA P. DAS, SUMPAM TANGJANG, LEONID AVERYNOV, Phytotaxa 394(1):123-125 · February 2019 (Abstract- The genus Chlorophytum Ker Gawler (1808: 1071) (Asparagaceae), includes about 200 species (Govaerts et al. 2012) distributed in the Old World tropics (Mabberley 2017). In India, this genus is represented by 19 species (Malpure & Yadav 2009; Chandore et al. 2012), including the new species proposed below. Indian species of Chlorophytum are usually forest dwellers and are cryptophytic with aboveground organs disappearing in the dry season (Chandore et al. 2012). Most of the members of Chlorophytum, reported from India have their distribution in Western Ghats except C. nepalense (Lindley 1826: 277) Baker (1876: 320), C. comosum (Thunberg 1794: 63) Jacques (1862: 345), C. breviscapum Dalzell (1850: 141), and C. arundinaceum Baker (1876: 323) growing in northeastern Himalaya (Adsul 2015))

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