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Lectotypification of Sida beddomei (Malvaceae)


The lectotype is designated for the name  Sida beddomei K.C.Jacob (Malvaceae).


Lectotype, Holotype, Madras Herbarium, Protologue.


Author Biography

Perumal Murugan

Botanical Suruvey of India, Southern Regional Centre, Coimbatore and Junior Project Fellow

Chidambaram Murugan

Botany and Scientist E


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