Volume 10 Number 2 (April 2019)


Bioscience Discovery, 10(2):53-57, April - 2019

Habenaria longicorniculata J. Graham (Orchidaceae), A new distributional record from Sabarkantha district for Gujarat State

1Bhasker Punjani, 2Suresh Patel, 1Prashant Desai, 3Yagnesh Chaudhary and 1Vinod Pandey

1Department of Botany, Smt. S. M. Panchal Science College, Talod (Sabarkantha), Gujarat, India
2Department of Biology, Gujarat Arts and Science College, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
3Department of Biology, Government Science College, Gandhinagar-16, Gujarat, India
sk_8003@yahoo.com

Article info
Received: 10-02-2019,
Revised: 19-03-2019,
Accepted: 22-03-2019

Abstract

Habenaria longicorniculata J. Grahamis an endemic species to India belonging to family Orchidaceae. It is reported here as a new distributional record from Vijaynagar forest area in Sabarkantha district of North Gujarat in the Gujarat state. A detailed description, notes, photographs and distributional records are provided for easy identification.

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Bhasker Punjani, Suresh Patel, Prashant Desai, Yagnesh Chaudhary and Vinod Pandey, 2019. Habenaria longicorniculata J. Graham (Orchidaceae), A new distributional record from Sabarkantha district for Gujarat State. Bioscience Discovery, 10(2):53-57.

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