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Tephrosia subtriflora (Fabaceae): A new distributional record for Southern India


Tephrosia subtriflora Hochst. ex Baker (Fabaceae) is reported as a new distributional record for Southern India. The updated nomenclature, detailed description and photo plate are provided here to facilitate the easy identification of the species. 


Flora, Moyar River Valley, New Report, Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu.



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