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Uddin S.N.,Bangladesh National Herbarium | Hassan A.,University of Dhaka
Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy | Year: 2012

A systematic floristic study of Rampahar reserve forest under Rangamati district in Bangladesh has revealed 89 monocot (Liliopsida) taxa belonging to 66 genera under 15 families. Out of these recorded taxa, 73 are herbs, 9 climbers, 3 bamboos, 3 reeds and 1 tree species. The area harbours 11 threatened species of the country. Updated nomenclature with full reference citation, habit and representative specimen have been provided for each species. Well known synonyms and local name(s) have also been given in some cases. © 2012 Bangladesh Association of Plant Taxonomists. Source


Ara H.,Bangladesh National Herbarium | Hassan A.,Bangladesh National Herbarium
Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy | Year: 2012

The paper deals with five species of the family Araceae which are new records for Bangladesh, viz. Amorphophallus excentricus Hett., A. krausei Engl., Colocasia virosa Kunth, Steudnera gagei Krause and Xanthosoma undipes (K. Koch) K. Koch. An updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, phenology, ecology, specimen citation and geographical distribution are provided for each species. © 2012 Bangladesh Association of Plant Taxonomists. Source


Rahman M.S.,Jahangirnagar University | Hossain G.M.,Jahangirnagar University | Khan S.A.,Jahangirnagar University | Uddin S.N.,Bangladesh National Herbarium
Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy | Year: 2015

The study revealed the occurrence of 528 species of vascular plants belonging to 356 genera and 111 families in the Sundarban Mangrove Forest of Bangladesh. Among these species, 24 were pteridophytes and the rest were angiosperms, of which only 24 were true mangroves and 70 were mangrove associates. Magnoliopsida and Liliopsida were represented by 373 and 131 species, respectively. These species belonged to 345 herbs, 89 shrubs and 94 trees. Sixty-four species were climbers, 14 were epiphytes, 6 were parasites, and 7 were palms. The species number per family varied from 1 to 42. In pteridophytes, Pteridaceae with 4 genera and 5 species was the largest family. In angiosperms, Fabaceae with 24 genera and 42 species and Poaceae with 27 genera and 42 species were the largest families, respectively, in Magnoliopsida and Liliopsida. Most of the species included in this checklist were found in oligohaline zone, Sarankhola range and the forest margins, and recognized as economically important. Eleven species categorized as threatened in Bangladesh were found to occur in this mangrove forest. © 2015 Bangladesh Association of Plant Taxonomists. Source

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