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Correspondence
Published: 2022-09-16

Lectotypification of Andropogon hackelii (Poaceae: Andropogoneae) and its correct identification in India

The Blatter Herbarium (BLAT), St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous) Mumbai 400001.
St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous) Mumbai 400001.
Lectotypification Andropogoneae Poaceae Gramineae Chrysopogon Monocots

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