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Published: 2022-01-06

Typifications in the genus Dichanthium (Andropogoneae: Poaceae)

Department of Botany, Yashwantrao Chavan College of Science, Karad (MS), India.
Department of Botany, Dapoli Urban Bank Senior Science College, Dapoli (MS) India.
Department of Botany, Yashwantrao Chavan College of Science, Karad (MS), India.
Dichanthium lectotype Poaceae Monocots

Abstract

Dichanthium aristatum (Poir.) C.E. Hubb, D. foulkesii (Hook.f.) S.K. Jain & Deshp., D. mccannii Blatt., D. panchganiense Blatt. & McCann and D. paranjpyeanum (Bhide) Clayton are lectotypified, the selection of lectotype is discussed.

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