Rediscovery and lectotypification of Lepidagathis diffusa (Acanthaceae), an endemic species from southern India

Abstract : Lepidagathis diffusa C.B. Clarke, a species endemic to Karnataka and Tamil Nadu states in southern India, has been rediscovered after a century from Dharmapuri district in Tamil Nadu and also the name is lectotypified here.
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N. Dhatchanamoorthy, N. Balachandran, K. Ravikumar. Rediscovery and lectotypification of Lepidagathis diffusa (Acanthaceae), an endemic species from southern India. Rheedea, http://www.iaat.org.in/journal.html, 2017, 27 (2), pp.96-98. ⟨hal-01823655⟩

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