Research Paper

Ceropegia ansariana (Apocynaceae: Ceropegieae), a new species from Mizoram, Northeast India

Maruthakkutti Murugesan, Ashiho A. Mao

Published on: 23 March 2021

Page: 121 - 125

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2021.66.121

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