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Cinnamomum travancoricum Gamble was recollected after its type from Chemunji, Agasthyamala Biosphere Reserve in Kerala.Â It had long been confused with C. sulphuratum Nees and several naturalists reported its collection from different parts of the Western Ghats for the last few years.Â Taxonomic treatment along with distribution, ecology and color photographs are provided.Â
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