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A new record for Valsad district, Gujarat: Salmalia insigne (Wall.) Schott & Endl.

Dilipkumar D. Patel, Solanki A.

Abstract


The present paper deals with indigenous taxa of Angiosperm belonging to family Bombacaceae. It is reported as an addition to the flora of Valsad District and a new record from wild areas of the Valsad. The paper envisages citation, detailed, description, flowering and fruiting time, followed by ecological notes along with photographs and longitudinal and latitudinal and height of the area is also provided & mention.

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Salmalia insigne Wall.Pl. As. Rar.Kunth. New record, Gujarat

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21746/aps.2018.7.2.14

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