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A Note on the Occurrence and Distribution of Dipcadi concanense


The paper assess the distribution status of Dipcadi concanense (Dalzell) Baker in Maharashtra. During the field survey three new localities of the species have also been identified.


Dipcadi, Maharashtra, Distribution Status.



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