Atriplex pseudotatarica Alexander P. Sukhorukov, Nidhan Singh, Maria Kushunina, Maxim A. Zaika, Alexander N. Sennikov, July 2023 PhytoKeys 229(1):167-183;

Nidhan ji and others: A new species of Atriplex (Amaranthaceae) from the Indian subcontinent:
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It is a fine paper updating Atriples spp account in India and with a NEW SPECIES.
Your keen eyes were able to locate novelty.

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Many congratulations to Dr. Sukhorukova and Nidhan Sir !

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Nidhan ji, a big congratulations for resolving the mystery in Artiplex. This is the best practice to have a thorough account of the species. Good to read, it is comprehensive.

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Photokeys (Abstract: A new subshrubby C4-species from the lowlands and foothills of India, Pakistan and SE Afghanistan, Atriplex pseudotatarica, is described and illustrated. Previously, it was incorrectly identified as A. crassifolia auct. non C.A.Mey. belonging to a distant C3-group of the genus. A phylogenetic analysis based on nrITS and nrETS revealed its position as sister to A. schugnanica (sect. Obionopsis). Both species share aphyllous inflorescence and smooth bract-like cover, but differ in life form, leaves, seed colour, and geographical distribution. We revised native Indian Atriplex species and excluded some of them from the flora of the country. An improved checklist of the native Atriplex species in India with their corrected synonymy and nomenclature is given, and a new diagnostic key is provided.)