Amarillidaceae from Nepal

Jacob Knecht
Thu, 06 Jan 2011 12:11:29 PST

I also think that it sounds like Zephyranthes, which has been recorded as
naturalised in parts of Nepal.


You got me curious about Amaryllidaceae in Nepal, so I did a search on Kew's
checklist.  Apparently there are three members the family native to Nepal:
Pancratium verecundum, Crinum amoenum and C. viviparum.


More information about the pbs mailing list