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Notes on Re-Collection of Phyllanthus tetrandrus (Phyllanthaceae) from Mizoram, India


A lesser known species, Phyllanthus tetrandrus Roxb. (Phyllanthaceae) recollected after a lapse of six decades from Mizoram, India. This present communication deals with a brief taxonomic description of the species along with notes on its habit, habitat and distribution.


Phyllanthus, Re-Collection, Distribution, India, Bangladesh.


Author Biography

M. Sawmliana

Mizoram State Biodiversity Board

Gopal Krishna

Central National Herbarium


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