Glyphochloa acuminata (Hack.) Clayton var. laevis (Poaceae): a new variety from central Western Ghats of Karnataka, India

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H.U. Abhijit
Y.L. Krishnamurthy


This communication describes a new variety of Glyphochloa acuminata var. laevis from the lateritic plateau of central Western Ghats of Karnataka, southern India.

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