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Ceropegia anjanerica has been collected from Bhaskargad, Bramha Hill, Bramhagiri Hill, Harihar fort, and Vatvad Hill. Earlier, this endemic species was known from the type locality Anjaneri Hill and its adjacent locality Kushegaon Hill in Nashik District. The notes on its conservation status, occurrence, and variations are provided.
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