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A taxonomic revision of the genus Eriolaena (Malvaceae) in India.

Kolagani Chandramohan, Mahesh Y., Rambabu K., Kiran E.


A detailed work on genus Eriolaena archives all names published in a concise nomenclatural review. It is derived from the tribe Dombeya with specific limitations and under the generic delimitation. Detailed taxonomic information & descriptions of all taxa and photographs have been provided for easy identification.


Dombeya; Endemic; Eriolaena; India; Malvaceae

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