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On the Occurrence of Thelypteris polycarpa (Blume) K. Iwats. in Andaman Island with a Note on its Dispersal and Distribution in India


  • Botanical Survey of India, ANRC, P. O, No. 692, Haddo, Port Blair- 744102, India
  • Botanical Survey of India, NRC, 192- Kaulagarh Road, Dehradun- 248195, India


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