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., Karunakaran, P. V., Nayak, K. G., Prasad, S., Puyravaud, P., Ramesh, B. R., Subramanian, K. A. and Vasanthy, G. (2007): A brief overview of the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot. - Curr. Sci. 93 : 1567

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brief overview of the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot. — Curr. Sci. 93 : 1567–1572. Vasanthy G. A brief overview of the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot

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, P. V. , Nayak , K. G. , Prasad , S. , Puyravaud , P. , Ramesh , B. R. , Subramanian , K. A. and Vasanthy , G. ( 2007 ): A brief overview of the Western Ghats–Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot . — Curr. Sci. 93 : 1567 – 1572

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, K. P. and Madhusoodanan, P. V. (2005): Bryophytes of Wayanad in Western Ghats . — Malabar Natural History Society, Kozhikode, 284 pp. Madhusoodanan P. V

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. Daniels , A. E. D. , Kariyappa , K. C. and Sreebha , R. ( 2014 ): On the occurrence of Calycularia crispula Mitt. (Calyculariaceae) in the Western Ghats, India . — Acta Bot. Hung. 56 ( 3–4 ): 293 – 297 . http://dx.doi.org/10.1556/ABot.56

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. ( 2005 ): Studies on the angiosperm flora and its diversity in the New Amarambalam Reserved Forests of Nilgiri Biosphre Reserve, Western Ghats of India . – PhD Thesis, Forest Research Institute University , Dehradun

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, M. M. Wilkinson, M. M. Bahir, K. Manamendra-Arachchi, P. K. L. Ng, C. J. Schneider, O. V. Oommen and M. C. Milinkovitch. 2004. Local endemism within the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot. Science 306

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An illustrated account of Lejeunea cocoes Mitt. of Lejeuneaceae is reported for the first time from Peninsular India (Western Ghats, Kerala).

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) , and later to Bryocrumia as B. andersonii (E. B. Bartram) L. E. Anderson (1980) . The other species was first described as Taxithelium vivicolor Broth. et Dixon ( Dixon 1914 ) from the Western Ghats of India. It was later transferred to

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Ceratolejeunea belangeriana is added here to the liverwort flora of India from the Indira Gandhi National Park, Anamalais in the Western Ghats. A brief description together with illustrations are provided.

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