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J.M. Garg

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Dec 19, 2018, 12:57:57 PM12/19/18
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Thanks, Ramesh ji 

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Megasporophylls and ovules of Cycas indica Lindstrom & Hill C.swamyii Pant nom.nud.(after Pant 2002)

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J.M. Garg

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Thanks, Ramesh ji 

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Cycas indica Lindstrom & Hill:male cone(after Pant 2002)
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J.M. Garg

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Jan 9, 2019, 11:07:34 AM1/9/19
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Hi, Srivastava ji,
When and where these images have been clicked ?

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It seems to be Cycade revoluta.


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Forwarding for ID
Distributed as Cycas indica ?
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Saroj Kasaju

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Sep 8, 2021, 2:40:59 AM9/8/21
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Cycas beddomei Dyer ??
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Saroj Kasaju


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Sep 8, 2021, 2:41:18 AM9/8/21
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Cycas beddomei Dyer ??
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Saroj Kasaju

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Sep 8, 2021, 4:38:53 AM9/8/21
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OK  sir!
Thank you.

Saroj Kasaju


On Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 2:01 PM Ramesh Srivastava <rcs...@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
Dear Dr Kasaju
Cycas beddomei Dyer is unique.Its leaflets are thinnest of all the known species from India.It is endemic to Tirumala hills and Cuddappa.

Plants mentioned by late Prof  B G L Swamy and Prof. D D Pant are totally different.These are tall trees  with dichotomous branching. This species is endemic to Bellur and has been named as Cycas bglswamyii.These two coloured photographs are of Cycas bglswamyii.
 
Cycas indica Lindstrom & Hill  is based on a single collection of Late Father Saldanha from Nagpuri locality,deposited in E Herbarium and the drawings published by Lindstrom and Hill.

Regards
Sincerely yours
RCS

PS.I have tried to clarify these in my recent book on  "Living Gymnosperms in India" published from amazon.com

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Dear Dr Kasaju
Cycas beddomei Dyer is unique.Its leaflets are thinnest of all the known species from India.It is endemic to Tirumala hills and Cuddappa.

Plants mentioned by late Prof  B G L Swamy and Prof. D D Pant are totally different.These are tall trees  with dichotomous branching. This species is endemic to Bellur and has been named as Cycas bglswamyii.These two coloured photographs are of Cycas bglswamyii.
 
Cycas indica Lindstrom & Hill  is based on a single collection of Late Father Saldanha from Nagpuri locality,deposited in E Herbarium and the drawings published by Lindstrom and Hill.

Regards
Sincerely yours
RCS

PS.I have tried to clarify these in my recent book on  "Living Gymnosperms in India" published from amazon.com

On Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 12:11, Saroj Kasaju


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