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Ceropegia mizoramensis and C. murlensis (Asclepiadaceae) - Two new species from Northeast India with Phylogenetic and morphological evidence support

Ramesh Kumar, Sachin Sharma and Mayank D. Dwivedi

Published on: 06 June 2018

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2018.63.163

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2018 vol.63 no.2 pp.163-170

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