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Momordica subangulataÂ Blume subsp. subangulata collected from Tuensang district of Nagaland forms a new distributional record for India. Earlier, this taxon was reported from Indo-China (Mainland Southeast Asia) and southern China. Its description, phenology, ecology, relevant notes and uses are presented.Â
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