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Daniels A.,Research Center Nagercoil | Kariyappa K.,Research Center Nagercoil | Mabel J.,Research Center Nagercoil | Raja R.,Research Center Nagercoil
Acta Botanica Hungarica | Year: 2010

Frullania ramuligera , an overlooked, rare and long-lost liverwort, has been rediscovered in the southern Western Ghats in India after nearly two centuries. Till now the collection made by Perrottet during 1834-1839 in the Nilgiri Hills is the only representative of this species. Source


Daniels A.,Research Center Nagercoil | Kariyappa K.,Research Center Nagercoil
Acta Botanica Hungarica | Year: 2010

It is concluded that Cololejeunea lanciloba is a highly polymorphic species. As C. kashyapii, C. latilobula and C. udarii are found conspecific with it, they are reduced to synonyms. The description of C. lanciloba is amended to include all the variations now observed. Additional information is provided on habitat. Source

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