Fern book – Fraser-Jenkins’, Taxonomic Revision of 300 Indian subcontinental Pteridophytes with a Revised Census List (illustrated).
The site given below no longer exists. Can I access this book from somewhere else ?
“If people would like to know more about the taxonomy of Indian ferns at least they can see the Tax. Rev. 300 book by joining the Indian-Ferns group (free) – find it on www.groups.yahoo.com/group/Indian-Ferns – then click on Files and find book. It will at least put people in touch with the complexities of modern Indian Fern Taxonomy, and the references therein will be useful, as also the photos.”

Yes, you are right Yahoo groups had a sudden upheaval last year – presumably not enough profit and deleted all groups unless you joined something else – so actually a lot of refs I posted went down the tubes at that time!
That 300 species book is pretty outdated by ongoing later research, but there is important content in it all the same.  My Indian Checklist vols. 1-3 are more comprehensive. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh (Dehra Dun) sell them.
C R Fraser-Jenkins- Dehra Dun : Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, 2008

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