On the occurrence and distribution of the narrowly endemic Andaman Lantern Flower Ceropegia andamanica (Apocynaceae: Ceropegieae)

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M. Uma Maheshwari
http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2852-6269
K. Karthigeyan
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5948-0203

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Ceropegia andamanica is a herbaceous plant which is narrowly endemic to South Andaman Island in India.  It is assessed as critically endangered per IUCN Red List criteria using primary and secondary information on EOO, AOO and number of collection.

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Maheshwari, M.U. and Karthigeyan, K. 2021. On the occurrence and distribution of the narrowly endemic Andaman Lantern Flower Ceropegia andamanica (Apocynaceae: Ceropegieae). Journal of Threatened Taxa. 13, 1 (Jan. 2021), 17597–17600. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.4479.13.1.17597-17600.
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