• R M Sharda

      Articles written in Proceedings – Plant Sciences

    • The genusRamaria in the Eastern Himalayas: SubgeneraRamaria, Echinoramaria andLentoramaria

      K S Thind R M Sharda

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      In this paper an account of 12 taxa of the genusRamaria (Fr) Bonorden collected from various localities in the eastern Himalayas and adjoining hills is given. Of the taxa includedR. rubella varhimalaica is described as new;R. rubrievanescens, R. rubripermanens, R. botrytis, R. strasseri andR. flaccida varlongiramosa are now records for the Himalayas; whileR. clarobrunnea, R. flaccida, R. pusilla, R. concolor andR. apiculata are the first records of their occurrence in the eastern Himalayas.

    • GenusRamaria in the eastern Himalaya: SubgenusLaeticolora—I

      K S Thind R M Sharda

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      In this paper an account of 11 taxa of the genusRamaria (Fr.) Bonorden collected from different localities in the eastern Himalaya and adjoining hills is given. Of the taxa included,Ramaria conjunctipes, Ramaria araiospora var.rubella, Ramaria xanthosperma, Ramaria rubribrunnescens, Ramaria flavigelatinosa, Ramaria flavigelatinosa var.carnisalmonea andRamaria gelatiniaurantia are new records for the Himalayas; whileRamaria rubrogelatinosa, Ramaria brevispora, Ramaria brevispora var.albida andRamaria perbrunnea were not known earlier from the eastern Himalaya.

    • GenusRamaria in the eastern Himalaya: subgenusLaeticolora-II

      R M Sharda K S Thind

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      This paper records 10 more taxa of the genusRamaria (Fr.) Bonorden subgenusLaeticolora Marr and Stuntz collected from different localities in the eastern Himalaya and adjoining hills.Ramaria synaptopoda, Ramaria rasilispora var.scatesiana, Ramaria sandaracina andRamaria suecica are new records for the Himalaya whileRamaria flaviceps var.cremea, Ramaria flavobrunnescens, Ramaria flavobrunnescens var.formosoides, Ramaria flavobrunnescens var.aurea, Ramaria obtusissima andRamaria camelicolor are being recorded for the first time from the eastern Himalaya. Type/authentic collections of the first 3 taxa have also been examined.

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