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New addition to the flora of Madhya Pradesh, India

Vijay V. Wagh*, Ashok K. Jain

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Present study reported 2 flowering plants which are new records for the flora of Madhya Pradesh namely Neuracanthus sphaerostachys (Nees) Dalz. (Acanthaceae) and Habenaria longicorniculata Graham. (Orchidaceae).  Plants are enumerated along with proper citations, collection number, brief description, family, synonyms, habitat, flowering and fruiting, locality and any other uses.

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New records; flora; Acanthaceae; Orchidaceae; Madhya Pradesh.

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