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Hypecoum pendulum L., a rare, herbaceous angiosperm plant is being reported here as a new record for the flora of Haryana State. In the present communication, a detailed account of the plant along with coloured photographic plates has been provided to facilitate its easy identification.
Keywords: New record, wild herb
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