Pseudobartsia glandulosa (Benth.) W.B.Yu & D.Z.Li, Phytotaxa 217: 197 (2015). (syn: Euphrasia glandulosa Benth.; Phtheirospermum glandulosum (Benth.) Benth.; Pseudobartsia yunnanensis D.Y.Hong);
China South-Central, East Himalaya, Tibet as per POWO;
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Rediscovery of Pseudobartsia glandulosa, Orobanchaceae, a little knowncritically endangered herb after 179 years from India, and first report from Eastern Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh.pdf
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Rediscovery of Pseudobartsia glandulosa (Orobanchaceae), a little known, critically endangered herb after 179 years from India, and first report from Eastern Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh– DIPANKAR BORAH, RAJEEV KUMAR SINGH, PURANJOY MIPUN, DEIJI NARAH- Phytotaxa 451(1):97-102 · July 2020 (Abstract- While working on the floristic diversity of Eastern Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh, India a remarkable species of Pseudobartsia was collected from Bomdila, West Kameng district at about 2500 m a.s.l. After a critical study including a comparison with its protologue and type specimens, it is identified as Pseudobartsia glandulosa, a little known, endangered small herb. The present collection is a rediscovery of this endangered species after the lapse of 179 years from India. Extended taxonomical description, color plates with the first available photographs are provided along with discussion on habitat, phenology and conservation status)
Pseudobartsia glandulosa, a new combination to replace Pseudobartsia yunnanensis (Orobanchaceae) – Wen-Bin Yu, De-Zhu Li, Hong Wang- Phytotaxa 217(2):197-199 · June 2015 (Abstract- Pseudobartsia Hong (1979: 406) was established during the preparation of the Chinese edition of Flora Republicae Popularis Sinicae . This genus only contains one species, Pseudobartsia yunnanensis Hong (1979: 406), which is endemic to Yunnan (Hong et al. 1998). Based on comparisons of type specimens, Tao (1993) found that Pseudobartsia yunnanensis can not be distinguished from Phtheirospermum glandulosum (Bentham 1846: 555) Hooker (1884: 304), which was originally only recorded from the Western Himalayas. Therefore, Pseudobartsia was treated as a synonym of Phtheirospermum Bunge ex Fischer & Meyer (1835: 35), and Pseudobartsia yunnanensis was regarded as a synonym of Phtheirospermum glandulosum in a full revision of Phtheirospermum by Tao (1996))