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Extended distribution of two endemic Crotalaria species to Telangana state, India


Two endemic Crotalaria species viz., Crotalaria sandoorensis Bedd. ex Gamble and Crotalaria vestita Baker of the family Fabaceae have been reported first time from the Telangana state. Nomenclatural citation, detailed description and phenological data along with distribution map, pictorial data and herbarium voucher numbers have been provided here to facilitate easy identification and future references.


Crotalaria sandoorensis, Crotalaria vestita, Extended distribution, Peninsular India.


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Gollamandala Ravi

Department of Botany


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