Genus Ophioglossum L., from Western Part of India with Special Reference to Gujarat State

@article{Kachhiyapatel2018GenusOL,
  title={Genus Ophioglossum L., from Western Part of India with Special Reference to Gujarat State},
  author={Ronak N. Kachhiyapatel and Sachin M Patil and Suresh Patel and Kishore S. Rajput},
  journal={Notulae Scientia Biologicae},
  year={2018}
}
The genus Ophioglossum L. is revised for the Gujarat state and there were reported eight species viz. Ophioglossum costatum R. Br., O. gramineum Willd., O. gujaratense SM Patil, RN Kachhiyapatel, R Patel and KS Rajput, O. lusitanicum L., O. reticulatum L., O. parvifolium Grev. & Hook., O. nudicaule L. f. and O. thermale Kom., from different parts of the state. Amongst these, Ophioglossum thermale Kom. and O. lusitanicum L. were collected for the first time from Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary and… 

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