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Jasminum andamanicum is endemic to the Andaman group of Islands. It is assessed as Endangered as per the IUCN red list criteria using primary and secondary information on trends in EOO, AOO and numbers of collection. Taxonomy of the species, distribution, herbarium image, and causes of rarity are discussed.
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