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Lectotypification of the name Rubus micropetalus (Rosaceae)

Bhavadas Narayanan, Balakrishnan Thara Umesh


The lectotype of Rubus micropetalus Gardner is designated here.


Rubus micropetalus, Gardner, Rosaceae, lectotypification, Western Ghats

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