Extended distribution of Ceropegia mahabalei Hemadri & Ansari (Apocynaceae) to the state of Gujarat, India

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Mukta Rajaram Bhamare
Hemantkumar Atmaram Thakur
Sharad Suresh Kambale

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Ceropegia mahabalei Hemadri & Ansari is reported from Chichali Ghat, Dang District, Gujarat and from Salher Fort, Nashik District, Maharashtra).  The note on the distribution of this rare endemic is also provided.


 

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Bhamare, M.R., Thakur, H.A. and Kambale, S.S. 2019. Extended distribution of Ceropegia mahabalei Hemadri & Ansari (Apocynaceae) to the state of Gujarat, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 11, 13 (Oct. 2019), 14784–14786. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.3103.11.13.14784-14786.
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Mukta Rajaram Bhamare, M.V.P. Samaj’s KRT Arts, BH Commerce and AM Science College, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002, India.

Assistant Professor in Botany Department

Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj’s G.M.D. Arts, B.W.D. Commerce & Science College Sinnar, 422103, Nashik,(MS) India.

Hemantkumar Atmaram Thakur, Department of Botany, H.P.T. Arts & R.Y.K Science College, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005, India.

Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, H.P.T. Arts and R.Y.K Science College Nashik-422005.

Sharad Suresh Kambale, Department of Botany, Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj’s Arts, Commerce & Science College, Tryambakeshwar- Nashik, Maharashtra 422212, India.

Assistant Prfessor. Department of Botany.

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