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A new species of Teramnus P.Browne (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae) from Bengaluru, Karnataka, India


A new species of Teramnus from Karnataka, India, is described as T. kameswararaoi. Presently it is considered endemic to Karnataka (Bengaluru Urban district).


India, Karnataka, Leguminosae, Phaseoleae, Teramnus.



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