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Cinnamomum goaense was proposed by Kostermans based on the collection from Karnataka, India.Â The species was collected after a lapse of 57 years outside the type locality and forms a new record for Kerala.Â A detailed description along with an illustrated distribution map and conservation status is provided.Â
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