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A Synoptic Flora of Liverworts and Hornworts of Manipur


The flora includes 111 species and one variety belonging to 46 genera and 20 families of liverworts and seven species belonging to three genera in family Anthocerotaceae of the hornworts from Manipur. Of these 92 taxa (91 species and 01 variety) are recorded for the first time from the State of Manipur. Bazzania orientalis (Steph.) Parihar, is new to the Himalayan region, whereas Porella madagascariensis (Nees & Mont.) Trevis. and Phaeoceros kashyapii A.K. Asthana & S.C. Srivast are new to the East Himalayan bryo-geographical region.


First Records, Liverworts, Hornworts, Manipur, Synoptic Key.



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