Endemics and Pseudo-Endemics in Relation to the Distribution Patterns of Indian Pteridophytes

@inproceedings{FraserJenkins2008EndemicsAP,
  title={Endemics and Pseudo-Endemics in Relation to the Distribution Patterns of Indian Pteridophytes},
  author={C. R. Fraser-Jenkins},
  year={2008}
}
  • C. R. Fraser-Jenkins
  • Published 2008
  • Geography
  • Of c. 530 Pteridophytes reported as endemic to the India in recent decades (about half the total number of c. 950-1000 known Indian species), the great bulk are mistaken, particularly those from the Indo-Himalaya. Only 47 endemic Indian ferns, less than 10% of those reported previously, are accepted here. But this figure includes several that are rather doubtfully endemic, mainly due to unresolved taxonomic doubt, or because they may be expected to occur in adjacent Countries. Thus 8 are… CONTINUE READING
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