Palms of Southern Asia (Princeton Field Guides)
Southern Asia is an unlimited and ecologically diversified quarter that extends from the deserts of Afghanistan to the rainforests of Thailand, and is domestic to a marvelously wealthy palm plant life. Palms of Southern Asia is the single entire box advisor to the forty three genera and 352 species of fingers and rattans that take place in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. This beautiful guide's good-looking illustrations and succinct, authoritative, and jargon-free textual content make id effortless. every one species account contains the proper clinical and customary names, and completely describes morphology, habitat, and makes use of. that includes a distribution map for many species and 256 full-color images, this is often additionally the one box advisor to hide the tremendous various palm vegetation of Vietnam, and the 1st to provide a taxonomic evaluate of the rattan species of Southern Asia.
Palms of Southern Asia is a publication of significant value for botanists and a useful relief for naturalists and conservationists, and it is the excellent box consultant for ecotourists touring within the region.
- Covers all 352 evidently happening arms in Southern Asia
- Features full-color pictures of 256 species, many by no means prior to illustrated
- Includes a distribution map for many species
- Provides the 1st taxonomic assessment of the rattans of Southern Asia
Absent; culmination to 2.5 cm diameter . . . . . C. wuliangshanensis. 25a. Leaf sheath spines upward- pointing; ocreas conspicuous, tattering and shortly falling; inflorescence bracts now not sheathing, break up open and flat, brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. guruba. 25b. Leaf sheath spines now not upward- pointing; ocreas brief, inconspicuous; inflorescence bracts no longer cut up open and flat, nor brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26. 26a. Leaf sheath spines densely prepared, to.
Calamus aggregatus Burret, Calamus diffusus Becc., Calamus helferianus Kurz, Calamus leiospathus Bartlett, Calamus fernandezii H. Wendl., Calamus oxleyanus var. diffusus Becc., Calamus oxleyanus var. obovatus Becc., Daemonorops fasciculata Mart., Palmijuncus fernandezii (H. Wendl.) Kuntze, Palmijuncus helferianus (Kurz) Kuntze, Palmijuncus oxleyanus (Teijsm. & Binn.) Kuntze Calamus oxycarpus Becc. Calamus pachystemonus box characters. Stems clustered, mountaineering, to fifteen m lengthy and 1 cm.
Cm diameter. Leaf sheaths brownish eco-friendly with gentle brown hairs, with densely prepared, black, needlelike or ﬂattened, to 7- cm-long spines; ocreas vague; knees current, conspicuous; leaf rachis to three m lengthy with 65–80 linear leaﬂets in keeping with part, those usually and heavily prepared; cirri current, to 1.25 m lengthy. Inﬂorescences to 0.4 m lengthy, erect; bracts consistent with sistent, swollen, splitting lengthwise to bare the ﬂowering branches; outer inﬂorescence bract with densely prepared, needlelike spines;.
Taken from numerous sources—monographs, ﬂoras, herbarium specimen labels, and from neighborhood infor mants. those are just a range of the various universal names in use within the zone, and a given universal identify is by no means a sign that this can be the normal identify. universal names have to be used with a lot warning. simply because there are such a lot of neighborhood languages and dialects within the zone coated via this ebook, universal names will not be famous via neighborhood population in the course of the quarter the place a palm happens. a similar.
wooded area at 1200 m elevation. makes use of. None recorded. PLATE 38 Licuala bracteata Gagnep. los angeles non (Vie) cay mac cac, cay moc coc, l. a. non, sa rac (Vie) Licuala bachmaensis Licuala bracteata box characters. Stems solitary, to 1.5 m tall and 20 cm diameter, frequently brief and subterranean. Petioles to 1.8 m lengthy; blades to 1.3 m large, divided into 12–18 leaﬂets, those deeply indented on the apices, the primary one no longer cut up, borne on a quick stalk, a few leaﬂets joined at their apices. Monoecious;.