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Two Mosses New to the Bryoflora of the Indian Mainland


Two mosses, viz., Calymperes moluccense and C. taitense, earlier known to occur only in the Andamans in India, are recorded for the Indian mainland. They are described in detail and illustrated.


Andamans, New Records, Mainland India, Calymperes moluccense, Calymperes taitense.



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