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ERIOCAULON KANNURENSE (ERIOCAULACEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM KERALA, INDIA

C. N. Sunil2, M. K. Ratheesh Narayanan1*, M. K. Nandakumar1, Sujana K. A.3, Jayesh P. Joseph1 and N. Anil Kumar1
  1. M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Puthoorvayal P. O., Kalpetta, Wayanad, Kerala, India – 673121, Ph. +91 (0)4936 204477, Tele fax: +91 (0)4936 207019.
  2. SNM College, Moothakunnam, Maliankrara P.O., Ernakulam, Kerala, India– 683 516. Ph. +91 (0)484- 2482386, Tele fax: +91 (0)484 2483600.
  3. Botanical Survey of India, Central Botanical Laboratory, AJCB Indian Botanical Garden, Botanical garden P. O., Howrah, West Bengal, India – 711103, Ph. +91 (0)33 2668 5771, Tele fax: +91 (0)33 2668 3163.
Corresponding Author: M. K. Ratheesh Narayanan , Department of Botany, Payyanur College, Edat P.O., Payyanur, Kannur Dist. – 670 327, Kerala, India. Email. [email protected]
Received: 21st Sept-2012 Accepted: 29th Mar-2013
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Abstract

Eriocaulon kannurense Sunil, Ratheesh & Nandakumar (Eriocaulaceae), a new species from the Kannur District, Kerala, India, is described and illustrated. The species is allied to Eriocaulon setaceum and E. capillus-naiadis in its submerged aquatic habit and elongated stem bearing filiform leaves, but differs mainly in having split sheath limb, white coloured heads and anther and isodiametric cells of seed coat without appendages.

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