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Studies on family Convolvulaceae of Howrah, West Bengal, India.

Saurav Dwari, Amal Kumar Mondal


The present communication provides a comprehensive description of family Convolvulaceae of Howrah, West Bengal, India. Overall 5 genera and 15 species have been reported from this district. Ipomoea is the dominant genus among them. 4 species viz., Evolvulus alsinoides, Ipomoea pes-caprae, Ipomoea quamoclit and Ipomoea triloba have been newly recorded among 15 species from the area.


Convolvulaceae, Ipomoea, Newly record, Howrah, West Bengal, India

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