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সর্ব-শেষ হাল-নাগাদ: ১৮ নভেম্বর ২০১৫

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বাংলাদেশ ন্যাশনাল হারবেরিয়াম কর্তৃক পরিচালিত বিভিন্ন উদ্ভিদ সমীক্ষা কার্যক্রমের ফলাফল, ট্যাক্সোনমিক গবেষণার মাধ্যমে আবিস্কৃত নতুন রেকর্ড/ প্রজাতিসমূহ এবং লব্ধ অন্যান্য গবেষণা ফলাফল প্রবন্ধাকারে ‘বুলেটিন অব দি বাংলাদেশ ন্যাশনাল হারবেরিয়াম’ শীর্ষক জার্ণালে প্রকাশিত হচ্ছে। এযাবত এ জার্ণালের ৪টি সংখ্যা প্রকাশিত হয়েছে। এছাড়া ‘বাংলাদেশ জার্ণাল অব প্লান্ট ট্যাক্সোনমি’ এর অফিসিয়াল ঠিকানাও বাংলাদেশ ন্যাশনাল হারবেরিয়াম। 

 

‘বুলেটিন অব বাংলাদেশ ন্যাশনাল হারবেরিয়াম, ভলিউম-৪’ এর সূচী
 
1. Title: Nineteen new records of Urticaceae from Bangladesh.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin, Bushra Khan and Md. Abul Hassan
Abstract: Nineteen species of Urticaceae belonging to seven genera are reported here as new records for Bangladesh viz. Boehmeria aspera (Weddell) Blume; Boehmeria clidemioides Miquel; Boehmeria hamiltoniana Weddell; Boehmeria manipurensis Friis & Wilmot-Dear; Elatostema dissectum Weddell; Elatostema ellipticum Weddell; Elatostema griffithii Hook.f.; Elatostema obtusum Weddell; Elatostema procridioides Weddell; Elatostema subincisum Weddell; Laportea bulbifera (Siebold & Zuccarini) Weddell; Neodistemon indicum (Weddell) Babu & Henry; Pellionia heteroloba Weddell; Pellionia heyneana Weddell; Pellionia repens (Loureiro) Merrill; Pilea anisophylla Weddell; Pilea bracteosa Weddell; Pilea insolens Weddell and Phenax mexicanus Weddell. Among these seven genera, Neodistemon Babu & Henry, Pellionia Gaudichaud-Beaupré and Phenax Weddell are also new generic records for the country. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, phenology, ecology, distribution and specimen citation are provided for each species.
 
2. Title: Three new records of Lauraceae from Bangladesh.
Authors: Hosne Ara And Bushra Khan
Abstract: The paper deals with three species of the family Lauraceae which are new records for Bangladesh, viz. Lindera neesiana (Wallich ex Nees) Kurz, Litsea  khasyana Meissn., and Litsea umbellata (Lour.) Merr. An updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, phenology, ecology, specimen citation and geographical distribution are provided for each species.
 
3. Title: Discovery of eight angiosperm new records for Bangladesh from Rampahar and Sitapahar reserve forests under Rangamati district.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin And Md. Abul Hassan
Abstract: This paper deals with eight new angiosperm species records for Bangladesh from Rampahar and Sitapahar reserve forests under Rangamati district. These species are: Aspidopterys tomentosa (Blume) Juss., Begonia rubella Buch.-Ham., Beilschmiedia sikkimensis King ex Hook.f., Cryptocarya calderi M. Gangop., Maytenus hookeri Loes., Mitrephora grandiflora Beddome, Phyllanthus columnaris Müll.-Arg. and Pollia thyrsiflora (Blume) Endley ex Hasskarl. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, ecology, geographical distribution and photographs or illustrations are provided for each species.
 
4. Title: A floristic and ecological study on the pteridophytes of Sundarbans mangrove forest of Bangladesh.
Authors: Gazi Mosharof Hossain, Mohammad Sayedur Rahman, Saleh Ahammad Khan and Sarder Nasir Uddin
Abstract: This study shows that the pteridophytic flora of Sundarbans mangrove forest of Bangladesh (SMFB) is comprised of 21 species belonging to 18 genera under 12 families including one dubious genus and species. Only one species was recognized as true mangrove, 12 species as mangrove-associate and 8 species as non-mangrove in nature. All genera (except Ceratopteris and Salvinia) of pteridophytes found in SMFB were monospesific. 18 species were recorded from oligohaline zone (OZ), 16 species from mesohaline zone (MZ) and nine species from polyhaline zone (PZ). Seven species were found to be distributed in all saline zones. Density and species richness of pteridophytes was higher in oligohaline zone than that in mesohaline or polyhaline zones. Similarly, the Shannon-Wiener diversity index value, ranged from 1.476 to 2.413, exhibited the trend of gradual decreasing from oligohaline to polyhaline zone. According to DAFOR scale of frequency classes 18 species belonged to rare category and only three species namely, Acrorstichum aureum, Microsorum punctatum and Pyrrosia nuda, to occasional category. Based on IUCN Red List criteria, 10 species were recognized under data deficient (DD) category and seven species under the least concern (LC) category. Three species, namely Asplenium polyodon, Psilotum nudum and Ophioglossum reticulatum belonged to critically endangered (CR), endangered (EN) and vulnerable (VU) categories respectively based on IUCN criteria.
 
5. Title: Discovery of four angiospermic new records for Bangladesh from Pharua reserve forest under Rangamati district.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin, Bushra Khan and Momtaz Mahal Mirza
Abstract: This paper deals with four angiospermic new records for Bangladesh from Pharua reserve forest under Rangamati district. They are: Aristolochia coadunata Back., Illigera khasiana C.B. Clarke, Pyrenaria diospyricarpa Kurz and and Vanilla havilandii Rolfe. Among these four genera, Illigera Blume and Pyrenaria Blume are also two new generic records for the country and Hernandiaceae is a new family record for the country as well. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, ecology, geographical distribution and photographs are provided for each species.
 
6. Title: Discovery of four angiosperm new records for Bangladesh from Madhabkundo eco-park under Moulvibazar district.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin, Bushra Khan and Md. Emdadul Haque Khokan
Abstract: This paper deals with four angiosperm species new records for Bangladesh from the forest of Madhabkundo Eco-park under Moulvibazar district. These are: Allophylus samarensis Merr., Atalantia kwangtungensis Merrill, Boeica filiformis C.B. Clarke and Trigonostemon viridissimus (Kurz) Airy Shaw. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, ecology, geographical distribution and photographs are provided for each species.
7. Title: Discovery of three angiosperm new records for Bangladesh from Lawachara National Park under Moulvibazar district.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin, Md. Emdadul Haque Khokan and Bushra Khan
Abstract: This paper deals with three species of angiosperm new records for Bangladesh from the forest of Lawachara National Park under Moulvibazar district. These are: Alchornea mollis Bentham ex Müller-Argoviensis, Ancistrocladus tectorius (Loureiro) Merrill, and Ilex glomerata King. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, ecology, geographical distribution and photographs are provided for each species.
 
8. Title: Discovery of three new angiosperm records for Bangladesh from Juri Forest Range-1 under Moulvibazar district.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin, Md. Emdadul Haque Khokan, Bushra Khan and Khandakar Kamrul Islam
Abstract: This paper deals with three angiosperm new records for Bangladesh from Juri Forest Range-1 under Moulvibazar district. They are: Embelia parviflora Wallich ex A. de Candolle, Sarcopyramis napalensis Wallich and Staurogyne simonsii (T. Anders.) O. Kuntze. Among these three genera, Sarcopyramis Wallich is a new genus record for the country also. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, ecology, geographical distribution and photographs are provided for each species.
 
9. Title: Notes on occurrence of the genus Mycetia Reinwardt (Rubiaceae) in Bangladesh.
Authors: Sarder Nasir Uddin and Naimur Rahman
Abstract: This paper deals with four species of Mycetia Reinwardt under family Rubiaceae, which were not reported or wrongly reported from Bangladesh territory previously. They are: Mycetia malayana (G. Don) Craib, Mycetia mukerjiana Deb & Dutta, Mycetia sinensis (Hemsley) Craib and Mycetia stipulata (Hook. f.) O. Ktze. Updated nomenclature, important synonyms, description, ecology, geographical distribution and photographs are provided for each species.
 
10. Title: Sida spinosa L. (Malvaceae): a new angiosperm species record for Bangladesh.
Authors: Shayla Sharmin Shetu, Md. Saleh Ahmed Khan and Sarder Nasir Uddin
 
11. Title: Cuphea carthagenensis (Jacq.) J.F. Macbr. (Lythraceae) - a new angiosperm record for Bangladesh.
Authors: Gazi Mosharof Hossain, Saleh Ahammad Khan, Mohammad Sayedur Rahman, A.K.M. Kamrul Haque and Mohammod Abdur Rahim

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