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  • 1 Botanical Survey of India, Shillong—793003, India
  • | 2 Institute of Biology, Eszterházy Károly College, H-3301 Eger, Pf. 43, Hungary
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Four species of Lejeunea viz., L. discreta, L. kashyapii, L. mehrana and L. parva are reported here for the first time from Meghalaya. Of which, Lejeunea kashyapii and L. mehrana are endemic, earlier reported from Sikkim only. The taxonomic description and illustrations of all are provided in present communication.

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