Ficus superba Miq. and F.fergusoni (King) worthington (Moraceae), two new reports from India

Dharma Rajan, Priyadarsanan (1999) Ficus superba Miq. and F.fergusoni (King) worthington (Moraceae), two new reports from India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 96 (3). pp. 492-493.

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Abstract

Ficus (Moraceae) is one of the largest plant genera of the tropics which enjoys a cosmopolitan distribution. It includes an estimated 900·950 species (750 known) In 4 subgenera viz . Urostigma (Gasp.) Miq. Pharmacosycea Miq., Sycomorus (Gasp .) Miq and Ficus (Corner, 1965). India has a Ficus flora of 59 spp. (Corner,1967). Two more species, Ficus superba Miq. and F.fergusoni (King) Worthington belonging to the subgenus Urostigma are now reported from India.

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Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2016 06:29
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URI: http://eprints.atree.org/id/eprint/417

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