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Some additions to Flora of the Presidency of Madras



Some additions to Flora of the Presidency of Madras



Bull Bot Surv India 4(1/4): 219-225



J. S. Gamble began the compilation of the Flora of the Presidency of Madras in 1912 and the 1st part was published in 1915. In 1925, after completing part VII Gamble died. The work was then continued by C. E. C. Fischer and finished with part XI in 1935. This monumental work deals with 4,516 spp. of plants from the old Madras Presidency which comprises the present states of Madras, Kerala, parts of Mysore, and Andhra Pradesh. During the 26 years that have elapsed since its publication, several botanists have studied the flora of the region and have been able to discover many taxa new to science and several new records. The scattered information on the new taxa described by various authors in different journals and periodicals has been presented in this paper. The following data are given for each taxon : citation of the original publication, critical notes if any, the place of collection, collector's number, and the Herbarium where the type specimen is permanently preserved (if known).

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