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Revision of Genus Docynia Decne. (Rosaceae) in India


The revisionary studies of the genus Docynia Decne. in India, recognises three taxa viz. Docynia hookeriana Decne., D. indica (Colebrooke ex Wall.) Decne., D. indica var. griffithiana (Decne.) Ghora described from Eastern Himalaya. They are described here with indication of their types and specimens studied.


Docynia, India, Taxonomy.



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