A new species of Psammogeton (Apiaceae) found in Jammu district
of Jammu and Kashmir, India, is described and illustrated. It is similar
to Psammogeton canescens and P. shivalikense but differing
from them in having noticeably radical leaves, deeply ternate leave with
acuminate apex, pale yellow flowers, an elongated stylopodium, and
fruits hairs that are over three times longer than they are wide.
Together with the images, a distribution map, comparison of closely
related Psammogeton canescens and P. shivalikense with
comparable morphologies and phenology, and a key are included.