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Name correction for Himalayan linear-leaved Rhodiola (Crassulaceae)


A new combination, Rhodiola pauciflora (Edgew.) Pusalkar, based on Sedum pauciflorum Edgew. is proposed here as a correct name for Himalayan Linear-leaved Rhodiola (Crassulaceae).


Indian Himalaya, Nomenclature, Rhodiola, Synonym



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