Symplocos nicolsonii, (Symplocaceae) a new species from the Southern Western Ghats, India.

Jagadeesan R., Gangaprasad A., Sam P. Mathew*, Santhosh Kumar E.S., Stephan J.

Abstract


Symplocos nicolsonii Jagadeesan et al. closely allied to Symplocos lancifolia Siebold. & Zucc., from the Southern Western Ghats is described and illustrated here as a new species.

Keywords


Symplocos nicolsonii; New species; Symplocaceae; Southern Western Ghats.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21746/aps.2016.07.004

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