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Dipcadi concanense (Dalzell) Baker a highly threatened species is endemic to the Konkan region of Maharashtra State, India.Â Now, it is recorded from a new locality in Goa State, extending its distribution further southwards.Â A total of 10 patches of a large population were identified in the new locality with an area of occupancy of about 14,400sq.m.Â
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