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Pages
Author(s)
Title
1981
4(2)
64-67
C. Sathish Kumar, Dan H. Nicholson A new species of Theriophonum Bl. (Araceae) from India (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Theriophonum fischeri Sivadasan, sp. nov. is described.
1983
6(2)
36-38
C. Sathish Kumar, Dan H. Nicholson Arisaema nilamburense
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 ABSTRACT: In South India, Arisaema is represented by ten species, including six varieties. One species, hitherto known as Arisaema auriculatum Barnes, is quite rare. It is distinguished by having ony a single compound leaf with sessile, radiate leaflets and a slightly bent, irregularly corrugated tip of the sterile appendix.
1985
8(1)
14-25
Josef Bogner, S. J. Mayo, C. Sathish Kumar New species and changing concepts in Amorphophallus (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The reduction of Thomsonia Wallich (1830) to the synonymy of Amorphophallus Blume ex Decaisne (1834), nom. cons. is discussed, along with the resultant renaming of Amorphophallus napalensis and Amorphophallus sumawongii. Amorphophallus pendulus is described. Pseudodracontium and Plesmonium are also discussed.
1987
10(4)
18-21
M. Sivadasan, C. Sathish Kumar A new species of Arisaema (Araceae) from India with a note on variation and evolution of staminate flowers (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Arisaema agasthyanum Sivadasan et Sathish, a new species of Araceae is described from India. A short note on variation and evolutionary trends of staminate flowers in the genus is also given.
1989
12(1)
32-37
C. Sathish Kumar, T. Sabu Beetle-pollination--Cantharophily--in Amorphophallus hohenackeri (Araceae) (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: The beetle, Haptoncurina motschulskii (Reitter) Jelinek (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) is found to be an effective agent of cantharophily in AmorphophalIus hohenackeri (Schott) Engl. et Gehrm., an endemic of Southwest India. Detailed observations on the floral characters and the pollination mechanism are given.
2001
24
94-99
V. Abdul Jeleel, C. Sathish Kumar Amorphophallus mysorensis E. Barnes & C. E. C. Fisch. (Amorphophallus sect. Raphiophallus) (Araceae) in India with notes on related species (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Amorphophallus mysorensis E. Barnes & C. E. C. Fisch. (Araceae) has been recollected from its type locality after more than 60 years. The present paper provides a detailed description and illustrations of vegetative and floral parts of the species based on the recent collection, together with an overview of Amorphophallus sect. Raphiophallus in India.
2005
28
104-112
C. Sathish Kumar, R. Kavalan Flowering phenology and beetle pollination in Theriophonum infaustum N.E. Br. (Araceae) (Buy)
 ABSTRACT: Theriophonum infaustum N.E.Br. (Araceae), an endemic species of SW India, consists of small tuberous plants. The species was found to have protogynous inflorescences and to be visited by several kinds of beetles. Beetles belonging to the species Anotylus rubidus Cameron (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) are found to be the main potential pollinators. Other species observed were only casual visitors. A detailed account on the process of cantharophily in this species is given with explanatory illustrations.
2009
32
136-141
C. Sathish Kumar, V. A. Jaleel Amorphophallus bognerianus (Araceae), a new species from India (Buy)
2009
32
142-146
C. N. Sunil, C. Sathish Kumar Rediscovery of Cryptocoryne consobrina, a little-known and suspected-to-be-extinct species of Araceae of India (Buy)