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Interesting Distributional Notes on Chlorophytum nepalense (Lindl.) Baker. (Asparagaceae) from Chotanagpur Plateau Area of Jharkhand, India


During botanical exploration tour to Betla National Park, Jharkhand, during 2015–19, the first author collected one species namely Chlorophytum nepalense (Lindl.) Baker. This collection from the Park is reported here as new distributional record for the Flora of Jharkhand. Detailed morphological description, habitat, phenology, distribution and colour photographs are provided.


Jharkhand, Chlorophytum nepalense, New Record.


Author Biography

P. P. Ghoshal


Botanical Survey of India


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