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Arundinaria faberi Rendle (Poaceae):A New Record of Bamboo from India


Arundinaria faberi Rendle, an alpine dwarf bamboo of family Poaceae (Sub family: Bambuseae), earlier endemic from China is recorded here for the first time from India (Arunachal Pradesh).


Arundinaria, Arunachal Pradesh, Bamboo, India, Poaceae.



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